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Rome offers an endless variety of entertainment offers for every taste and budget. For all sports enthusiasts there are several events dedicated to tennis, equestrian sports, or marathons that will let you see the alleys and streets of the capital in a different light.

For those who enjoy music, concerts or theatrical performances, or who like to see films in their original language there is an abundance of opportunities. For any activity you choose, we can suggest you to stay in one of our apartments, among the best accommodations Rome has to offer!



What to see and do in Rome’s Ostiense Neighborhood
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Rome’s Ostiense neighborhood is located in the south part of the city, between Testaccio and Garbatella. The neighborhood is also delineated by the Porta San Paolo, a 3rd-century gate in the Aurelian Walls, which is considered the start of Via Ostiense, the road that connects Rome with the ancient port city of Ostia Antica. Today […]
Twilight Activities in the Eternal City: 6 Things to do at night this summer in Rome
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Hot summer days make for sweet summer nights in Rome. While you’re escaping the heat by ducking into churches, air conditioned restaurants, and all the shade in site, during the evening it’s pleasant to walk around the city or dine al fresco in some light clothes. Locals know that during the summer many activities become […]
June 2nd is Republic Day in Rome
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Italian Republic Day is June 2nd every year, and the day is marked by a proud show of green, white, and red especially in the country’s capital city. Known as the Festa della Repubblica in Italian, the date marks a historical referendum when the Italian population decided to abolish the monarchy and establish a Republic. […]
Looking for Contemporary Architecture in Rome? 6 Spots to get your Fix.
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What makes Rome so beautiful from an architectural perspective is all the layers. There are so many of them. Any building in the center of the city can show traces from all the most important eras: ancient Rome, medieval Rome, renaissance Rome, industrial Rome, and modern day. The urban fabric is a patchwork of styles, […]
8 Places to visit that will make you say “This could only exist in Rome!”
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Even for the avid Rome traveler, there are unique places that will make you say “Only in Rome!”. From bizarre museums to architectural optical illusions to a Pope that’s buried in the door jamb of his church. Here’s a list of 11 oddities that represent places to visit in Rome that could only exist here. […]
Explore the historic Appian Way – on foot, bicycle, or horseback!
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As the saying goes All roads lead to Rome…and one of the most famous of those roads is the Appia Antica, or the Appian Way. Finished in 312 B.C. by censor Appius Claudius Caecus for which the road takes its name, the road connects Rome with Brindisi in the southeast “heel” of the Italian peninsula. The road […]