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Blog - Rome

These Are The Most Impressive Squares In Rome

Rome brims with scenic squares of great historical importance. Some of them are known for their fountains while others boast Rome’s vibrant life. Start your walking tour in the Italian capital and learn the fascinating stories of the city’s worldwide known piazzas. These are the 10 most impressive squares in Rome. St. Peter’s Square Situated […]

30% discount: 10 tours you should buy now!

Having guided 28.000 travelers during 2019, we decided to begin 2020 on the most positive note possible, giving to all of you a 30% discount on our tours, as a thank you for your support. Choosing just a couple of tours could be really difficult, especially when their content is so different and includes various […]

Rome in November – Top 10 things to do

Rome is a beauty no matter the season or the month. However, if you decide to visit Rome in November you will have some extra benefits. The weather is still mild although a bit rainy, there are not too many visitors and of course, prices are notably lower! Wear the most comfortable clothes and shoes […]

The 10 most authentic restaurants and cafés in Rome

Are you planning your trip and you’re craving authentic Italian restaurants and cafés in Rome? Keep reading and you will find exactly what you are looking for! PizZzZza Time ArVolo Ristorante Pizzeria is one of the best in Italy. The pizza is really yummy and there are gluten-free and vegan options, too. It is very […]

Roaming around Rome: Top 10 Things to Do

Put on your wayfarers, sling on a helmet, and hop on a Vespa because we’re going to Rome! There’s never a shortage of things to do in the Eternal City. Culture vultures, cinema lovers, fashionistas & foodies alike all agree on one thing: torn between elegance and decay, Rome is a city of yearning and […]

Rome: 10 Museums to visit in the Eternal City

One might say that Rome is a vast open museum under the sky. It attracts all visitors to meander around its streets and discover its local charms, including breathtaking monuments and ancient ruins scattered all around. Yet, the Eternal City has no shortage of museums either. They are home to invaluable treasures focusing on various […]

5 Tips To Enjoy The Perfect Solo Trip to Rome

You first felt the urge to set out on a trip of self-discovery when you read The Catcher in the Rye, our teenagehood’s anthem about the agitated chap who sold his typewriter and bought a train ticket straight to New York. But, you didn’t do it back then and now we’re not teenagers anymore and […]

Rome: Politics & Roman Holidays

The center of the Eternal City is the most quintessentially Italian place you might imagine. When one thinks of Italy, the first thing that springs to mind is the rolling green hills of Tuscany or some cobbled city streets drenched in golden sunlight. Get to know and spend unforgettable Roman holidays. Rome’s city center has […]

12 Things You Need to Know Before Visiting St. Peter’s Basilica

1. If you wish to visit the Basilica, you must dress appropriately. Visitors wearing clothing that bares their legs and arms will be asked to cover up. Hawkers sell cover-up scarfs outside specifically for this purpose (they’ll set you back around €5) 2. St. Peter’s Basilica is an incredible repository of art, treasures and awe-inspiring […]

Castel Sant’Angelo: One Monument, Many Stories

From a funerary monument to a fortified castle, from a dark and terrible prison to a splendid Renaissance residence, from a Risorgimento prison to a museum, Castel Sant’Angelo is an embodiment of the past and the present; from its thick impregnable walls and solemn funerary rooms to the lavishly frescoed halls, it reflects the long […]