How many visit rome for its climate?
I don't think too many people visit Rome for its climate. It can get downright hot in the summer. Most people visit Rome for its almost 3,000 years of history along with its restaurants and museums. A trip to the Vatican is also a must for many tourists. If one is the lest bit interested in history, from the ancient Etruscans, the ancient Romans, Medieval structures and artists, or present day attractions, Rome it the place to visit.
As the saying goes 'When in Rome, do as the Romans'. Eat and drink at a sidewalk cafe, sit on the Spanish Steps, visit the Vatican, walk everywhere you can, see the Colosseum at night and during the day, visit the Forum and the Pantheon, see the fountains. Actually, anything you do in Rome is good because you are in Rome!
A: Paul wrote his Epistle to the Romans to a Christian community already established in Rome, so it could not have been his intention to begin a church in Rome. In that epistle, he expressed a desire to visit Rome on his way to Spain, and to preach his gospel to the church already existing in Rome. It seems likely that he did visit Rome on his way to Spain, but we have no way…