Rome
Thursday, 30 June, 2022
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Rome is a bustling city full of history, culture and entertainment all around you.

When planning a vacation in Rome it can be difficult limiting yourself to what’s really essential for you to see while looking at all the museums, archeological sites and natural attractions.  We’ve sorted through the jungle of information on- and offline for you, so you can find all the important information at first glance.

Where to get the tickets for the Coliseum or how to skip the line at the Vatican Museums to see famous paintings, sculptures and the Sistine Chapel by Michelangelo – we’ll tell you! Accommodations in Rome near the most important sights or strategically located in the center, take a look at our Holiday rentals in Rome!

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The Most Instagrammable Streets in Rome
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If there’s one thing Rome doesn’t lack it’s an unlimited number of charming streets, romantic corners or artistic angles to the delight of Instagrammers everywhere. Whether you’re after the perfect selfie, group shot or architectural detail to post to your grid, Rome won’t disappoint. That said, we do realize there are some places that are better […]
Peak into a Noble World: Visit Palazzo Bonaparte
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Palazzo Bonaparte is a 16th-century palazzo that overlooks one of the most fascinating piazzas in Rome, Piazza Venezia. Like most noble palaces in Rome, the building passed through several different families: d’Aste, Rinuccini, Bonaparte, Misciatelli, until its present owners, Assitalia (Generali Insurance). The palace underwent an important renovation in 2017 bringing the aging building to […]
Canova in Rome
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A new exhibition featuring the masterpieces of famed neoclassical sculptor Antonio Canova is scheduled to open October 9 through March 15, 2020 at Palazzo Braschi. Originally from northern Italy near Venice, he was brought up by his grandfather who was a stonemason and owned a quarry, which introduced the artist to the medium at a […]
Michelangelo in Rome: Where to Find his Greatest Works [Map]
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10Michelangelo di Lodovico Buonarroti was born in Tuscany in 1475 and died in Rome in 1564 at the age of 88. Considered among the greatest artists of all time, Michelangelo is perhaps the original “Renaissance Man,” exhibiting flexibility and genius among various artistic disciplines, including sculpture, painting, architecture and poetry. He is known for changing […]
Rome Itinerary: Travel through all “3 Romes” in a Day
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In its vast 2,000 year history, the city of Rome has been transformed over and over again. Three distinct historical periods make up what are known as the “3 Romes”: Ancient Rome, the Roman Renaissance, and the so-called Third Rome spearheaded by Mussolini in the first half of the 20th century. It would take a lifetime to see […]
Ostia Antica: A Day Trip to Rome’s Ancient Seaside Port City
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Ostia Antica is likely Rome’s most missed and undervalued site by tourists visiting the city. Easily reached by the local train in just 25 minutes from the Piramide metro station (Ostiense train station), Ostia Antica enchants the imagination of ancient Roman life. The port city was founded in 620 B.C. with both Republic and Empirical […]