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  • 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, 23 days 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, 6 months 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, 11 months 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, one year 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, one year 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, one year ago
  • Colosseum

    Colosseum – Rome, Italy When you hear the name “Rome” the first thing comes into your mind is the“Colosseum”. If I say that it is the most-preserved masterpiece of the whole Italy, I would not incorrect. If you plan to have a tour in Rome, definitely it is a...

    0 by Crazy, one year 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, one year 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, one year ago
  • Caffarella Park

    Caffarella Park is a dream, a unique park of its type: it is a piece of the countryside in the heat of the Eternal City. Streams, meadows, waterfalls, cycle paths, picnic tables and finally a farm where it is possible to buy cheese and local produce. Going down...

    0 by Francesca, one year ago
  • Rome

    Rome is a beautiful city because of the history it exudes. Everywhere you go you run into a historical area, whether its arc de triumph, roman ruins or Trevi Fountain. There are so many places to see in Rome!! Colosseum One of the most iconic and best places to visit is...

    0 by Lauren, 3 years ago
  • Coloseo, Fontana di Trevi, Piazza Venezia, Vaticano, Piazza Navona, Bocca della Verita, Pantheon

    In Rome we arrived after a short journey of all airfare, starting well and "infofolita" frozen out-Lisa at temperatures of minus in Romania and reaching on a nice weather on the Fiumicino airport. Besides the airport that know almost better than on my, so many stops and...

    0 by Patricia, 4 years ago
  • Basilics in Rome

    In the five days spent in Rome I haven't used at all public transportation. The only bus used was that of the company Terravision with which I got from Fiumicino airport to Termini station and then back to the airport. Bus travel quite often, and departure times are...

    0 by Patricia, 4 years ago
  • Vatican

    Rome, a land of enticing artefacts, original paintings, endless gelato and pasta! Let's get this straight... you can't leave Rome without visiting Vatican City! It can be a bit difficult to get to Vatican city from the centre of Rome, we woke up early and after a small...

    0 by Hadil, 4 years ago
  • Tivoli - Villa Adriana

    Tivoli is located just 30 km from the center of Rome, and by car it's a 20minute ride if there is no traffic on the road (but who am I kidding, if you have a car in Rome then you detest traffic because it makes you really angry) Anyway, it's a great opportunity for...

    0 by Paul, 4 years ago
  • Villa D'Este

    Tivoli is located just 30 km from the center of Rome , and by car it's a 20minute ride if there is no traffic on the road (but who am I kidding , if you have a car in Rome then you detest traffic because it makes you really angry) Anyway, it's a great opportunity for...

    0 by Paul, 4 years ago
  • St. Peter's Basilica

    The St. Peter’s Basilica belongs to the Vatican and is one of the biggest churches in the world. Its impressive artwork and architecture attracts a massive flow of tourists each year. A highlight is, especially, the dome of the basilica. The size of the dome is so big...

    0 by Nicole, 4 years ago
  • Piazza Del Popolo

    This square is an extremely well-known,popular,hip place for someone to enjoy his coffee or and ice cream.There are 2 (phenomenically) identical churches in front of the square, and an obelisk with a fountain( decorated by 2 lions).It is one of the most popular squares...

    0 by Paul, 4 years ago
  • Terme Di Caracalla

    This massive structure is just 2 stops away from the metro of Circo Massimo, using the bus.It's also a 7-8 minute walk from there if you prefer to see the area.In general, it's a place that is offered even for a visit on any weekday , since it's not located away from...

    0 by Paul, 4 years ago
  • Forum Romanum

    The forum romanum is directly located next to the collosseum and is the oldest roman forum. It is one of the major attractions in Rome and is therefore, also very popular among tourists. It is a cultural sight with a lot of history. The area of the forum romanum...

    0 by Nicole, 4 years ago

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