Rome
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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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Your Guide to Visiting the Vatican Museums
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So you’ve come all the way to Rome to see the Sistine Chapel and the incredible collections housed in the Vatican Museums? The Vatican Museums are no sprint, they’re a marathon. The complex is enormous with some of the world’s most impressive collections. The Sistine Chapel is located inside the Vatican Museums, so it is required […]
Events in Rome for Architects and Design Enthusiasts Fall 2017
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Designers, architects, and design enthusiasts alike will have plenty to look forward to in Rome this fall. Between a special exhibition at the MAXXI museum to honor the great late Pritzker Prize winning architect, Zaha Hadid to expos featuring the latest trends in home furniture design, Rome will be bustling with an exceptionally creative vibe. […]
Day Trip Rome to Tivoli
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How to get to Hadrian’s Villa, Villa d’Este, and Villa Gregoriana: explore Tivoli outside the hot city center One of the most requested locations to visit near Rome is Tivoli which is home to several ancient villas, all quite different, so you’re not limited to the historic center of Rome for incredible architectural monuments. In this […]
Rome on a Budget: 6 Things to do in Rome that are Completely Free
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A European vacation doesn’t have to break the bank. Here are 6 ways to enjoy Rome that are completely free! If you’re traveling from the states, a European vacation can get costly fast. Unless you’re able to find a super deal, the flights alone can be a deal-breaker. Add to that your accommodation and dining […]
Festa de’ Noantri: an ancient tradition in Trastevere
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The charming streets of Trastevere come alive during the Festa de’ Noantri, an ancient tradition dating back to 1535. As the legend goes, after a terrible storm some local fisherman found a historic Madonna statue on the banks of the Tiber. The statue was given to the Carmelite monks and held in the Church San Crisogono in […]
5 Tips for Happy Kids in Rome
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What does it take to keep your kids happy in Rome? The Eternal City can be a tiring place for little ones, whether it’s an itinerary that’s more adapted to the parents’ interests or the same tired accommodations that don’t offer the respite needed after a long day walking around the city. Fortunately we have a […]