Rome

Italy's Classical Trio

Rome, Florence, Venice
There is so much to see and live in these fantastic cities.
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Rome, Florence, Venice
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Welcome to Rome the Eternal City
Come and walk with me, let’s discover the mystery of the charm and eternity of this noble city.
Come walk with me through my Rome
One must never leave Rome without having dreamt a moment and stopped at the Trevi Fountain to throw 3 coins and make three wishes, but the first will always be the most important, “to come back to Rome”.

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Let's discover her many secrets.

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Listen to find out more – Rome Caput Mundi

Henry Wadsworth Longfellow


“…Tis the center to which all gravitates. One finds no rest elswhere than here. There may be other cities that please us for a while, but Rome alone completely satisfies. It becomes to all a second native land by predilection, and not by accident of birth alone.“

Do It Like an Italian!

WELCOME TO ROME, THE ETERNAL CITY.

History, facts and travel tips about Rome.

Rome is charming, it is eternal and romantic. One must never leave Rome without having dreamt a moment and stopped at the Trevi Fountain to throw 3 coins and make three wishes, but the first will always be the most important, “to come back to Rome”.
This monumental city is a sun-shinning city of fountains, palaces, churches, piazzas, colossal monuments, cupolas, ancient bridges and aqueducts, home of many sovereign states and diplomatic immunities, embassies, public gardens, of talking statues and cobble stone streets.
This extraordinary city houses another country within its own city limits, the Vatican City, the smallest country in the world. It is the home of the Pope, the cradle of Christianity, the location of the Sistine Chapel, Michelangelo’s sculpture of the Pietà in St. Peter’s Basilica.
It is amazing but once one comes to Rome, one always returns!
Come and walk with me, let’s discover the mystery of the charm and eternity of this noble city.
Let’s discover her many secrets. 

Best Sites in

Rome is an open air museum just put on your walking shoes and go.

COLOSSEUM
The prototype of all Stadiums in the World, was built by the working class Romans at the end of the 1st Cent. AD on a on line construction project much like today.
PANTHEON
The monument was built by Agrippa beginning 28 B.C., probably used as the temple for all pagan Gods, restored several times and in 609 converted into a Christian Church.
Its Piazza is one of the sitting rooms of Rome.
St PETER'S SQUARE
This square was built by Gian Lorenzo Bernini in the 1600’s.
It represents God’s embracement of the multitude.
The Dome by Michelangelo sits vertically on the tomb of Peter, the first Apostle.

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In The Eternal City Together

Innumerable visits are necessary to experience Rome and lead you to the most significant monuments, museums and churches of the city.
Come and walk with me, let’s discover the mystery of the charm and eternity of this noble city.

Let’s discover her many secrets.

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Ancient Rome

It is an unforgettable experience and in-depth understanding of the splendours of Ancient Rome, this tour will lead you to the most significant monuments and sights of this spectacular open-air museum.​

Listen to find out more – The Roman Forum, also known by its Latin name Forum Romanum (Italian: Foro Romano)

During the Tour

  • Colosseum
  • Roman Forum
  • Palatine hill
  • Imperial forum
  • Venice Square
  • Pantheon 

About this Tour

  • Low Activity
  • Time 3 Hours

During this Tour

  • Four Seasons Restaurant
  • Gabriele Restaurant
The Ancient Roman Jewish Ghetto

The oldest Jewish community in the world, for the first came the second century B.C. and then a large number after the Temple of Solomon was destroyed in the 1st Cent. A.D.

Listen to find out more -The Roman Ghetto or Ghetto of Rome (Italian: Ghetto di Roma)

During the Tour

  • Trastevere
  • Campo dei Fiori
  • Capitoline Museums
  • Mouth of Truth
  • Pantheon and Piazza Navona

About this Tour

  • Low Activity
  • Time 4 Hours

During this Tour

  •  Via del Portico d’Ottavia, the main tourist stretch which is lined by restaurants, like… a main tourist stretch lined by restaurants. They’re mostly touristic and mediocre (yes, even the famous ones that people mysteriously still rave about on TripAdvisor), with one exception — the new-ish arrival BellaCarne Kosher Restaurant.
Hidden Marvels of Rome No Standing in Line,
No entrance fees

Hidden Marvels of Rome. This is one of a very few cities where it is possible to admire the works of the greatest masters of the world…

During the Tour

  • Piazza del Campidoglio – Palatine hill
  • Basilica di San Pietro in Vincoli
  • Imperial forum
  • Venice Square
  • Piazza Navona
  • Santa Maria della Pace
  • Via Veneto
  • Piazza San Pietro

About this Tour

  • Low Activity
  • Time 3 Hours

During this Tour

Restaurant PIERLUIGI Since 1938

Founded by Umberto Pierluigi in 1938, the restaurant originally was a small osteria, always located in Piazza de’ Ricci in the center of Rome. Over the years, its privilaged position and constantly updated menus, have rendered this elegant venue extremely requested by local and international clients.

In 1980, a young Roberto Lisi took over the property, keeping its name and embarking on an evolutionary path that transformed the small family-run trattoria into an upscale restaurant.

In the 1990’s, Roberto became a pioneer among the Roman culinary scene, in the preparation of fish and seafood dishes. Sensitive to the evolution of his growing clientele, he understood the need to meet their continuously changing tastes and requests. In doing so, he began proposing menus featuring only the freshest ingredients in season, prepared in a traditional healthy manner, but with innovative accents.

Piazza de’ Ricci, 144, 00186 Roma RM

So many exciting things to do in Rome

History, facts and travel tips about Rome.

Discover the local street art scene, walk along the Via Appia Antica, visit the Gladiator School see Rome through my eyes, stroll through the  open air markets, taste Jewish  Italian cuisine, visit hidden places, visit underground Rome,  do it like an Italian, eat pasta everyday, do a theme tour, see Caravaggio’s paintings, 3 coins and make three wishes, but the first will always be the most important,

“to come back to Rome”.

This monumental city is a sun-shinning city of fountains, palaces, churches, piazzas, colossal monuments, cupolas, ancient bridges and aqueducts, home of many sovereign states and diplomatic immunities, embassies, public gardens, of talking statues and cobble stone streets.

This extraordinary city houses another country within its own city limits, the Vatican City, the smallest country in the world. It is the home of the Pope, the cradle of Christianity, the location of the Sistine Chapel, Michelangelo’s sculpture of the Pietà in St. Peter’s Basilica.
It is amazing but once one comes to Rome, one always returns!

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