Heading to Rome this spring? It's easy to get your arts fix in the Eternal City, where the plethora of sightseeing options is almost paralyzing. Culture vultures won't want to miss MAXXI, Rome's new Museum of 21st Century Art
, housed in an impressive building designed by acclaimed architect Zaha Hadid. Italy's first national museum devoted to contemporary art will be opening in May. Or for something more classical, hit up the Caravaggio exhibition at The Scuderie del Quirinale and soak up the timeless beauty of the artist's key works including the Bacchus from Florence's Uffizi Gallery, the "David with the Head of Goliath" from Rome's Borghese Gallery, "The Musicians" from New York's Metropolitan, "The Lute Player" from the Hermitage in St. Petersburg, and more... The Hotel Hassler Roma
-- the award-winning luxury hotel perched atop the Spanish Steps-- is inviting guests to immerse themselves in the spring colors of the city and its culture with the "Legendary Caravaggio Package." Available through June 13, 2010 and priced from 540 euros per night, the package
includes luxurious accommodations, daily buffet breakfast, private airport transfers, two tickets for the Caravaggio exhibition, a special gift from the hotel, free Internet access, and a 10% discount for one dinner for two at Imàgo, the Michelin-starred panoramic restaurant. Three-night minimum stay required.