The Colosseum is probably the most impressive building of the Roman Empire.
Originally known as the Flavian Amphitheater, it was the largest building of the era.
Rome’s great gladiatorial arena is the most thrilling of the city’s ancient sights
and maybe is the main symbol of Rome.
It is an imposing construction that, with almost 2,000 years of history,
will bring you back in time to discover the way of life in the Roman Empire.
If you are wondering what to see in Rome during your vacation, Baths of Caracalla is an astonishing place to visit. Also known as Terme Antoniniane, the Baths are some of the best preserved ancient buildings of the Roman times. They are a must see when visiting Rome: even in their present state the ruins are breathtaking and are a magnificent testament to Roman architecture. This building is among the most monumental and imposing archeological complexes of the entire Imperial age.
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The Baths of Caracalla, located by ancient Appian Way in Rome, were named after the emperor Caracalla (whose (altro…)0 più info
There’s no place like Rome. The rich tapestry of ancient history, monuments, emotional people, and iconic food formulates the ideal destination for anyone with a thirst for world culture.
There are relics of old worshipped gods scattered across the city, cafe bars through which both the young and old pass briefly for an espresso and the latest gossip, a rush of waiters laying out tables on the pavement before the lunchtime rush, and too much traffic on the road.
Rome is every stereotype you’ve ever heard and more – and I wouldn’t have it any other way.
Equally as predictable in Rome are the attractions that people want to see, and the cool things they want to do.
Everyone wants to see the Colosseum, the Pantheon, and St. Peters; and for good reason too as they’re all exceptional things to see. Each one will leave your jaw more open than the last – but surely there’s something less predictable to do?
You will love for sure to get off-the-path for a little while to uncover alternative, local, and unique things to do in every city. With Rome there has never been any exception either. We will make sure that you can visit also places that may not just entertain you but also be great or unusual enough to amaze you.
Whilst you’re preparing for your own trip to the Italian capital I hope we will have the chance to show you an unusual aspect of the city that you’ve (hopefully) not been suggested before.0 più info
Campo de’ Fiori is one one the liveliest neighboorhood in Rome, a stroll here is one of the best things to do in Rome. It is located in the heart of the historic centre, between Piazza Navona and the charming narrow streets that lead to the Tiber. Its name literally translated means “field of flowers”.
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The square known as Campo de’ Fiori was once a meadow, and, during the Ancient times, it was located between the Pompey’s Theater and the Tiber River. (altro…)0 più info
Sitting pretty in the middle of the Tiber river with bridges connecting Trastevere to the Jewish Ghetto is the Tiber Island. But this isn’t any ordinary island: Tiber Island is the world’s smallest inhabited island — to get there, you’ll cross Rome’s oldest original bridge, not far from Capitoline Hill. The island, while cute to stroll around, is also home to a tenth-century basilica, fully operational hospital and annual film fest that will have any modern movie junkie totally enamored. For sure one of the charming places to put on you bucket list for your next journey to Rome.
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Many Romans believe that you are not a true “Roman” unless you were born on the Tiber island: the Fatebenefratelli hospital has been curing the sick and delivering little Roman babies for over 500 years0 più info
The Piazza del Campidoglio was laid down on the summit of the Capitoline Hill, the most important of Rome’s seven hills. It is the first modern square to be designed in Rome. It’s really worthwhile to include the square in your Rome walking tours.
THE PIAZZA DEL CAMPIDOGLIO DESIGNED BY MICHELANGELO BUONARROTI (altro…)0 più info
The Capitoline Hill, the smallest and most important of the seven hills of Ancient Rome. As the political and religious heart of Rome the hill became a symbol of Rome’s reign as Caput Mundi, capital of the world. Today the hill still symbolizes the heart of Rome and is home of the Mayor of Rome.
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Where is the Jewish Ghetto in Rome? Located a stone’s throw from Piazza Venezia and Capitoline Hill, this neighborhood couldn’t be more central. The Jewish Ghetto is bordered by Via delle Botteghe Oscure (on the north), Via Arenula (west), the river (south), and Via del Teatro di Marcello (east). Hidden in the heart of the city, the Jewish Ghetto is one of the things to see in Rome and also one of its least-known. For an area that abounds in beautiful architecture, the Jewish quarter is often neglected by visitors who come to Rome for its classical landmarks.
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The history of Jews in Rome follows all the drastic twists and horrifying turns that have shaped the experience of the (altro…)0 più info
The Basilica di Santa Maria Maggiore is one of the wonderful holy buildings in the Eternal City, one of the greatest symbols of Rome of the Pope, and of the Catholic Church. And if we stop just here, the Basilica wouldn’t probably be so important, but just a drop of water in an enormous sea of history and beauty as the Urbis is. Santa Maria Maggiore has a long history, a long tradition and a legend behind its time, too.
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