Rome
Thursday, 30 June, 2022
Last update 17 April
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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!

 

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A Visit to Italy’s White House: Quirinal Palace
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The White House located at 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue in Washington D.C. is 6 stories and 55,000 sq ft, built at the end of the 18th century. John Adams was the first President to move into the house in 1800 and has been the residence of every United States President since. The White House, built of […]
Day Trip to the Dying City: Civita di Bagnoregio
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Known as the “Dying City” (la città che muore) Civita di Bagnoregio is a testament of nature vs. man, as the land surrounding the charming borgo slowly erodes, risking total and inevitable destruction. Founded by the Etruscans over 2,500 years ago, Civita di Bagnoregio has seen a resurgence of tourism since it received worldwide attention for it’s […]
The Ultimate 2 Day Itinerary in Rome [Map]
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With over 2,000 years of history, it’s logically impossible to see everything Rome has to offer in just 2 days. Or 2 weeks. Or 2 months. Or even 2 years. But for the traveler with limited time, it is possible to prioritize some of the city’s most sought after monuments in just 48 hours and […]
Keeping in Touch: SIM Cards in Rome
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There are two kinds of visitors that come to Rome: those who spring for the international plan with their cell service provider for the peace of mind in case their group should get split up, and those that live off WiFi wherever they can find it. Due to the way cell service contracts work in […]
What’s new at the Colosseum this summer
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If you visited the Colosseum a few decades ago, you probably remember just walking in, greeting a bunch of cats on the way in. Times have certainly changed since then with the lovely addition of aluminum fencing around the perimeter of the 2,000 year old arena and an entrance line that challenges the battle victory […]
6 Not-To-Miss Exhibitions Going on in Rome right now
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If you find yourself looking for something fun to do indoors this spring in Rome, you’re in luck. All over the city, major and niche exhibitions are open, everything from Hiroshige and Canaletto to technology-meets-archeology with 4D visualizations of the ancient Baths of Caracalla. So here’s a list of 6 not-to-miss exhibitions going on in […]