The Best Way to Get Around Rome – All You Need to Know
I’m often asked what’s the best way to get around Rome. For short vacations spent in the city center, we can agree that on foot … Read more
Where to go if you are looking into sightseeing in Rome. Find here great museums, parks, ancient sites, notable palaces, and great Rome neighborhoods.
I’m often asked what’s the best way to get around Rome. For short vacations spent in the city center, we can agree that on foot … Read more
If you are planning to visit Rome on a budget and are looking for ways to save wherever you can, this article was written just … Read more
Whether we need to show a reservation we made, find the perfect restaurant in our neighborhood, or check out the map, having easy access to … Read more
Are you thinking about traveling to Rome in May and are not sure how to plan your trip? I love May in Rome. The flowers … Read more
Exploring the beautiful and historic Santa Croce in Gerusalemme basilica in Rome’s Esquilino neighbourhood.
When we learned that one of our favorite tour companies in Rome launched a Roman icons tour that includes Castel Sant’Angelo and the Pantheon, we … Read more
With so much to see and do, exploring the landmarks of the Holy See can take quite a lot of time. This is why we … Read more
Discover the most interesting and fascinating facts about the Vatican before your visit. Know more about the history and the life beyond the walls of the Holy See.
Rome in spring sees its highest tourist season. This is because it’s a fantastic period to be in the city thanks to the lovely weather … Read more
Think of a gorgeous old actress that instead of walking on her sunset boulevard shows no sign of cooling despite her age and instead celebrates … Read more
The most important ancient temples in Rome are also some of the main landmarks in the city. While some require tickets to be visited because … Read more
My best tips for visiting the Colosseum. Find out the Colosseum opening hours, how to skip the line, the best time to go, what to see and why you need to go.
Easter in Rome is a very high season. This is when large crowds flock into the eternal city to celebrate one of the most important … Read more
A tour around Rome is always a tour of beauty. If you are spending a whole day in Rome’s city center trying to collect as … Read more
One of the central ancient ruins in Rome stands tall and beautiful in the Jewish quarter. Together with the other ancient sites, Portico di Ottavia … Read more
Everything you need to know to visit Trajan’s Markets archaeological site and museum in Rome city center.
Explore the museums of Rome to know the city and its history. A great way to spend a rainy day, these are the best Rome museums and exhibition halls.
Discover the best hidden gems in Rome. Explore the city like a local discovering some of the most unusual things to do in Rome.
That Rome is full of secrets and hidden gems, it’s hardly an unknown fact. But discovering such a fascinating underground world right next to popular … Read more
One of the very first questions you want to ask when planning a trip to Italy is “how many days should I spend in Rome?”. … Read more
Roman architecture and engineering feats are the most praised and copied around the world, both ancient and modern. Palaces built as a show of wealth … Read more
Autumn is starting and while it’s one of my favorite seasons, in Italy it can be pretty wet. If you are worried about what to … Read more
The city of Rome has had a special relationship with water from the very beginning of its history. It’s not a case, in fact, that … Read more
Even though some 20 years haven’t been enough for me to explore everything is to be explored in the city, one week in Rome is … Read more
There are many things Rome is famous for, and one of these is Her moniker of being eternal. But why is Rome called the Eternal … Read more
Are you planning a trip to Rome in April and not sure what to expect? From the weather to packing tips, we are about to … Read more
Are you looking for a perfect date idea in Rome? Discover some fantastic romantic things to do in Rome and find the best place to propose or impress your other half.
Our beautiful Rome has many parks. Some are famous and always crowded like the central Villa Borghese or the elegant Villa Pamphilj, while others are … Read more
Serra Moresca, the Italian for Moorish greenhouse, remained in dire condition for decades and was reopened to the public only recently after years of renovation … Read more
One of the most famous and best landmarks to visit in Rome’s lovely Villa Torlonia park is its Casina delle Civette, the Italian for Owls’ … Read more
Among the coolest things to do in Rome, one of my favorites certainly is to explore its main landmarks. From the most famous ones such … Read more
Wondering what to do in Villa Borghese Gardens? Between scenic outdoor activities and museums, check out the best things to do in one of Rome’s best parks.
Are you a street art fan and not sure where to find it in Rome? Stroll around Rome’s Quadraro neighborhood for some spectacular murals!
A complete guide with the best things to do in Rome and tips on where to stay, where to eat a great Roman meal and how to use Rome public transport.
Discover some interesting facts about Piazza Navona to learn what’s behind one of Rome’s most beautiful piazzas and unmissable landmaks.
Find the best Colosseum tours to learn everything about Rome’s famous landmark and get a VIP access to the restricted areas and Colosseum tickets skip-the-line.
Discover fun and historical facts about the Spanish Steps in Rome, one of Rome’s most famous landmarks. Find out what to see and where to eat nearby.
With almost three millennia under its collective belt, Rome is one of the most exciting European capitals and my favorite city in the world. But … Read more
Are you joining the crowds to feel the Yuletide spirit in Italy? Discover the fantastic events and what to do in Rome for Christmas.
12 fascinating Colosseum facts to know more of one of the most imposing ancient buildings from ancient Rome. Plus some tips to know before you go!
One of the best Christmas things to do in Rome for both adults and kids certainly is to explore and shop at the local season … Read more
A perfect and easy itinerary to explore Rome in 2 days. Our best tips on what to see with only two days in Rome, how to save time and places where to eat.
Someone said that a lifetime is not enough to explore Rome, and the more I explore the more I realize that probably nowhere in the … Read more
One of my favorite Rome neighborhoods, there are so many things to do in Ostiense that you can easily spend here a whole day. Located … Read more
Barely included in the classic tours of Rome, Testaccio is one of those Rome neighborhoods where you can feel the Roman vibe, experience a traditional … Read more
It’s no secret to anyone that Rome is a top destination for archaeology buffs. From the Colosseum to the ruins of the ancient aqueducts scattered … Read more
The Basilica of Saint Paul Outside the Walls is often neglected by travellers and tour guides in Rome. Wrongly so as it’s stunning and historically important. Discover with us its interior with the tomb of St. Paul, the cloister and the archaeological site.
Are 4 days in Rome enough? Honestly, we don’t think so. However, if you can only afford 10 days or two weeks in Italy, this … Read more
Alongside the Owls’ Lodge (Casina delle Civette) and the Moorish-style Greenhouse (Serra Moresca), Casino Nobile is one of the buildings of Villa Torlonia park that … Read more
Find out the top things to do in Trastevere, one of the coolest and most traditional neighborhoods in Rome. Read our easy Trastevere guide to explore the area.
So you are planning a trip to Rome and food plays a big role in the success of your vacation. You have been hearing and … Read more
Find the best cooking classes in Rome. Learn to make a perfect pizza, a traditional pasta, a scrumptious gelato and tiramisu and a proper Italian meal.
We always like to taste some local treats and discover new restaurants we didn’t know about. So we took the Rome Testaccio Food & Market … Read more
For anyone traveling to Rome for the first time, visiting the Colosseum is a must. But how many stray a bit further south towards the … Read more
Rome in August is definitely hot, but I love it. In August in Rome, there is a large organization of events, festivals, and concerts in … Read more
Along with piazzas and fountains, wandering the magical streets of Rome is one of the favorite experiences tourists make in the eternal city. Steeped in … Read more
Book one of the underground tours of Rome to discover what hides beneath the surface. Explore the Colosseum underground, the best Catacombs in Rome and more.
One of the most interesting ancient sites in Rome and very little known is the Mausoleum of Augustus, which reopened in 2021 after 14 years … Read more
So you’ve decided to pop the question. Congratulations! Whether you are into art, history, breathtaking views, Prosecco, or Jacuzzi, with so many perfect places to … Read more
Explore Rome’s Protestant Cemetery of Rome near the Pyramid of Caius Caestius with a tour around the graves of foreigners and famous people.
One of the most fascinating sights to visit in the Vatican is the Roman necropolis under St. Peter’s Basilica on top of which stands the … Read more
The Aventine Hill in Rome is one of the most fascinating areas of the city centre. Discover its beautiful churches, culture and all the major moments that define its history.
Are you looking for the best souvenirs from Rome? Here is our complete list of fantastic gifts to buy in Rome and bring home from your trip!
One of the big stars of Rome’s art and architecture heritage, the all-around artist Gian Lorenzo Bernini has left his stunning traces all over the … Read more
Introvert and bad-tempered, Switzerland-born Francesco Borromini was a true genius architect. Never shying away from challenges, even seeking them himself, quintessentially eccentric and brilliant, one … Read more
Discover the rich art collection of the Barberini family in their splendid Baroque residence of Palazzo Barberini in Rome’s city center.
One of the biggest reasons people travel to Rome is religion. Hosting the seat of Christianity in its heart, it’s only natural that the most … Read more
Ponte Sant’Angelo bridge might not be the most ancient in Rome (Pons Fabricius holds this record) but bears such a stormy, fascinating history that it … Read more
Walking along the Tiber River feels a bit like walking through the local history. Reaching and crossing the many bridges in Rome one by one … Read more
Let’s say you are on a short trip to Italy or on a quick city break and are spending only one day in Rome. Whether … Read more
Can a square deserve a full guide to visiting it? When we are talking about Piazza del Popolo, possibly the world’s most glamorous entrance to … Read more
If you can only afford 3 days in Rome, follow our fascinating itinerary covering popular highlights and how to save time and money!
Unearth the fun and interesting facts about the Trevi Fountain to enjoy a deeper visit to this gorgeous Italian Baroque masterpiece in Rome.
Are you ready to discover Rome’s most beautiful piazzas? Whether you are looking for world-famous squares or smaller gems, Rome has it all!
It’s not easy to explore Rome with a toddler involving him in all the activities you like. Here is what we do in Rome with our 2-year-old son!
Discover the unfair destiny of Roman patrician Beatrice Cenci, her romantic legacy and where you can walk in her footsteps.
The short Ponte Fabricio, Rome’s oldest bridge, is located between the Jewish quarter and the Trastevere neighborhood. It’s one of the two bridges that connect … Read more
The district aimed at serving the industrial reality of Rome, Ostiense has a great wealth of things to see and do and great places to … Read more
Ostiense is a cool and trendy district that has been becoming one of the best areas to stay in Rome thanks to its vibrant nightlife … Read more
With a couple of thousands of years of history, art and aqueducts under its collective belts, many are the experiences the Eternal City has to … Read more
While everybody knows and visits the Vatican, Rome has many beautiful and lesser-known worship places. Discover some of the most beautiful and least-visited churches in Rome.
Interesting facts and what you need to know to visit the gorgeous St. Peter’s Basilica, one of the Vatican’s main landmarks and Rome’s most stunning church.
Who doesn’t know Caravaggio? And who doesn’t like his outstanding work? The Italian painter, whose real name was Michelangelo Merisi, is one of my very … Read more
A rich 1-day Rome itinerary packed with things to see and do. Make the most of Rome in a day with our tips on what to do, where to eat and how to save time.
Not only tickets and entrance fees, there are plenty of things to do in Rome for free for a holiday on a budget!
Why do we travel to Italy? Architecture? Art? That, too, but let’s face it, some treats of Italian culinary tradition are as inspiring as the … Read more
One of the favourite landmarks in central Rome, Campo de’ Fiori is unmissable if it’s your first trip and a great location for sightseeing and eating out any time.
One of the lesser-visited galleries in Rome, don’t miss the fascinating Centrale Montemartini Museum, old power plant turned into a charming display of classic statues.
There is a church that, even though near the historic center, is far from the immediate tourist eye, hence often neglected and without the stream … Read more
One of the lesser-known churches in Rome, Santa Cecilia in Trastevere Basilica is a fantastic stop if you are exploring Trastevere neighborhood. In fact, I … Read more
One of the hidden gems in Rome and in the Trastevere neighborhood, the ancient pharmacy Santa Maria della Scala (known in Rome as Antica Spezieria … Read more
Feeling confused over what to do in Rome? Here are three themed Rome itineraries that will guide through different aspects: history, food and street art!
Designed by Italian architect Paolo Portoghesi with the collaboration of Iraqi architect Sami Mousawi and Italian engineer Gigliotti, Rome’s grand mosque is located in the … Read more
Archaeological ruins, ancient art, beautiful views. The Eternal City offers all this and more. But let’s face it, what most travelers long for is trying … Read more
So you love Piazza Navona? Who doesn’t! Now head beneath and visit the colossal Domitian Stadium to soak in Rome’s ancient history.
Discover and walk across the modern yet traditional Garbatella lots and neighborhood for a village-like vibe you never thought Rome could have.