If you enjoy driving, Rome is well connected through highways to the rest of Central and Southern Italy. Italian highways have tolls, though, and are packed with trucks. Therefore reaching Rome by car is not a great idea. Furthermore once you are here it will be very difficult to use your car to visit the city. Downtown has traffic flow restrictions, unless you live in the historical center, and parking is a nightmare. We highly recommend you leave your car at home and come to Rome in some other way!
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