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  • The Sistine Chapel and the Vatican Museum

    When one goes to Rome, in addition to the legendary Colosseum and the Trevi Fountain, there is another place that is a must-see: the Sistine Chapel. I already wrote about the Plaza and St. Peter's Basilica... but I still need to tell you about the Vatican museum and the...

    0 by Mariana, in What to see Rome, 4 months ago
  • Rock in Rome

    The concert was performed at the end of July in Rome, beautiful capital of Italy. I traveled all the way from Alicante Spain, to attend the Muse concert all day Saturday. Being a die-hard fan for a number of years, me, and my sister-in-law had to wait the entire morning...

    0 by James, in What to do Rome, 4 months ago
  • Pantheon

    Remembering Rome: The great Pantheon In the day dedicated our last destination into the Roman antiquities is the Pantheon, and not the Partheon – the greek temple dedicated to all gods placed on the Greek Acropoles - with which people, including myself tend to confuse...

    0 by Șchiopu, in What to see Rome, 9 months ago
  • Colosseum and Roman Forum

    Remembering Rome: The Ancient Times As you might know or not, in Europe there are two ancient capital cities, namely Athens and Rome. In both of these places, there are still traces of the ancient civilizationswhich offer us the opportunity to see a glimpse of how was...

    0 by Șchiopu, in What to see Rome, 10 months ago
  • Saint Peter's Basilica

    Remembering Rome: The Saint Peter’s Basilica Another main attraction of the italian capital of which I remember from time to time is the Saint Peter’s Basilica. Located in the Vatican city, the building is probably one of the most known buildings in the world,...

    0 by Șchiopu, in What to see Rome, 10 months ago
  • Sistine Chapel

    Remembering Rome: The Sistine Chapel Sometime ago I visited for the first time the capital of Italy, Rome. I remember that I was very impressed by the old and beautiful aspect of the ancient city and that I wanted to see as much as I could from it. I was in Rome with...

    0 by Șchiopu, in What to see Rome, 10 months ago
  • Saint Peter's Square

    Some of the most visited destinations in Rome are the square and basilica of Saint Peter. Although I have already mentioned these places before, in this blog I will talk about them in more detail. And now I will tell you about my visit to Saint Peter’s Square. A bit...

    0 by Alison, in What to see Rome, one year ago
  • Temple of Vesta

    The Vesta Temple is located south of the Sacred Way, in front of the Regia. It is one of the oldest temples in Rome. In this temple the sacred fire in honor of Vesta, goddess of Fire and Home, was always kept under fire, under penalty of great misfortunes. The building...

    0 by Irene, in What to see Rome, one year ago
  • Momart

    At the Momart Café the Aperitif is an event every day. It is a popular place for Italians and youth. The location  is  in Piazza Bologna where is one of the  famous meeting point for students.  The Aperitif is All you can eat is 12 euro and include one drink ....

    0 by Gulce Su, in Where to eat Rome, one year ago
  • Ponte Milvio District.

    Introduction My district! Dearest friends and readers, today I want to share with you the extraordinary experience that, many times, I've had in the district of Ponte Milvio, known in Rome as "il Ponte degli Innamorati" (lovers' bridge). The "Ponte degli...

    0 by Andrea, in What to see Rome, one year ago
  • Clivo di Scauro

    Clivo di Scauro is a hidden street close to the Colosseum. Even if it's that close to one of the main touristic places in Rome, it feels like it's so far away, as it's silent, calm, so much different from the rest of the center in Rome. This old road is probably 6th...

    0 by Gaia, in What to see Rome, 2 years ago
  • Gelateria del teatro

    Gelateria del Teatro is one of the places with famous Italian ice cream - gelato. It is not the oldest most traditional or the most known gelateria in Rome, but it definitely has the best ice cream I have ever eaten. So, personally I would come back there anytime! It is...

    0 by Karolina, in Where to eat Rome, 2 years ago
  • 200° - Duecento Gradi

    There's a place in Rome called Duecento gradi, that means two hundred degrees - but no, you're not going to burn yourself if you eat there. It is located in Piazza Risorgimento (Risorgimento square), a few meters away from the underground station Ottaviano - which is a...

    0 by Jasmin, in Where to eat Rome, 2 years ago
  • Hogwarts Express Store

    There has been a new opening in Rome - a shop called The Hogwarts Express. So I, as a proud Potterhead, had the moral obligation to go and check it out. It is situated in via della Reginella, approximately ten minutes walking from the Pantheon. Quite easy to reach. You...

    0 by Jasmin, in What to see Rome, 2 years ago
  • Parco Chigi

    There's a place, situated in Ariccia - a small town next to Rome - where magic happens during Christmastime. It is a green area called Parco Chigi which is part of a historical palace, palazzo Chigi. It hosts a seasonal event  that lasts for the whole month of December...

    0 by Jasmin, in What to see Rome, 2 years ago
  • Arnold Coffee

    The place I'm going to write about is one of my all time favourite places on earth. It's called Arnold Coffee. I fell in love with it while I was in Florence, I used to go there a lot. So I was really happy to find out that they were going to open one in Rome too -...

    0 by Jasmin, in Where to eat Rome, 2 years ago
  • secret garden

    During my year in Rome, I would wander the streets in the hope to find mystical wonderful places no one else could ever find me, one cold early morning I came across a small garden with hundreds of orange trees high up in the hills above the Vatican, I would pick the...

    0 by Abbie, in What to see Rome, 2 years ago
  • Spanish steps

    Spanish Steps – Rome, Italy (Scalina Spagna) One best tourist attraction in Rome, Italy is the “Spanish Steps”. As the name denotes itself, it is a set of steps with a steep slope connecting the Piazza di Spagnaat the base and theTrinità dei Monti church at the...

    0 by Crazy, in What to see Rome, 2 years ago
  • coliseum

    I'm truly inspired if this place, like from the hundred of years this place is the most attractive place of the world for tourist specially for hiatory lovers. Last year when I visted this place I personally feel the amazement of this historically rich enough place....

    0 by Hafiz Muhammad, in What to see Rome, 2 years ago
  • ABC Bed & Breakfast.

    I am extremely glad that I had the opportunity to travel so much at my age. As I am only nineteen years old, I have been on an airplane thirty-nine times, I have visited over ten countries and have been back to some cities more than twice. One of them is Rome, or as...

    0 by Cristian, in What to do Rome, 2 years ago

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