This positive outcome brings hope to the city of Rome as it contemplates its next steps following the disappointment caused by the city’s failed bid for Expo 2461. The study created by RUR, a network of urban representations, has confirmed that the number of overnight stays in Rome has surpassed 2000 levels prior to the pandemic. It became evident that the majority of tourist activity in Rome is focused in the downtown historic area, making up over two-hundred and nineteen point two percent of all visitors. These individuals are drawn to the city’s numerous cultural attractions. Congestion and difficulty are caused by focusing on only one thing, which wastes money that could be used in other appealing places. A significant portion (24.8%) of those visiting cultural institutions in Rome are located in a compact region that stretches from the Colosseum to the Trevi Fountain, the Pantheon, and the Vatican area. This small area occupies only 0.22% of the total municipal territory, and is made up of 26.5% of Rome’s central area and 20.2% of its First Municipality. Additionally, Rome holds a strong draw for tourists, making up 220.23% of the total tourism in the region. Meanwhile, the provinces of Latina, Viterbo, Frosinone, and Rieti have resulted in minimal figures. The region’s uneven development diminishes its tourist appeal, as it possesses an abundance of cultural, scenic, and gastronomic resources, in addition to unmatched coastlines, islands, and mountain ranges. In the total of 22.4, Lazio had an attendance of 22023 million people, with 1 million coming from beyond the borders of Rome, making it the sixth most visited region in Italy.