The capital is wonderful all year round and therefore the answer to the question “When to visit Rome?” it can only be “Always!”. However, depending on the holiday you want to do, the interests you have and the budget you decide to make available, there are better times than others to visit the Eternal City. The attractions of Rome are located both outdoors and in museums, so at any time...Read More
Hi folks! I finished putting together a video about out one of our new private tours, that I filmed in January, which you should see and please don’t laugh on how nervous I was I must repeated the word best 50 times but it was my first time front of camera ever… I hope to see you soon in Rome! Stay safe and take care! Please if possible, could you...Read More
Hi! Today I will talk about three intersting places to visit with kids once in Rome. WelcomeToRome is a real fun an educating show dedicated to the eternal city, through a time machine you will appreciate how more than 2700 years of history developed throughout the centuries… Located in the city center just few blocks away from Piazza Navona it is open every day. For younger childs it is really...Read More
A day with Fabio is one of my favourite private tours.. It is a combination of a sightseeing by visiting ancient monuments mixed with unique food experiences by stopping at local famous food stans and shops.. Day starts with a good cappuccino and cornetto (croissant) at Caffè Ripetta and then off to visiting some of the most interesting monuments within the downtown like the Colosseum, Roman Forum, and Pantheon. Around...Read More
Dear traveler, are you ready to visit Rome? The capital is so large and full of beauties ranging from ancient to modern, that it is practically impossible to visit it all even if you have a whole life at your disposal, but in one day you can have an idea of its beauty and majesty. If there are children among your travel companions, you will also need to take their...Read More
Caput Mundi and Eternal City are just some of the names of the capital of Italy. Over the course of three millennia of history, Rome has become one of the major European capitals by extension of the territory, together with its rich countryside. Crossed by the rivers Tiber and Aniene, it is not only the cradle of Roman civilization but it is also the heart of Catholic Christianity as it...Read More
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