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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 Top 10 Most Romantic Spots in Rome
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Our Top 10 Most Romantic Spots in Rome, just in time for Valentine’s Day! Whether you’re looking for a spot for lunch, to snap a selfie, or to pop the question, these 10 spots will surely make an impression on your honey – and make for one unforgettable moment! 10. Gianicolo Terrace Gaze in awe […]
Rome Itinerary: 3 Days of Art and Architecture
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3 days in Rome for the lover of art and architecture in everyone. The city’s enduring history has left traces as an architectural palimpsest which makes up a curious urban landscape. Ancient ruins lay at the foundation of Renaissance churches, resurfaced during the first half o the 20th century – making for a patchwork of styles and narrative. Meanwhile, the […]
Spanish Steps Reopen in Rome with a bang
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One of Rome’s most iconic monuments gets a bright new facelift. After an extensive 18-month restoration effort paid for by Roman luxury jeweler Bulgari, the majestic Spanish Steps in Piazza di Spagna reopened on September 23rd. The restoration project cost the company nearly €1.5 million and was celebrated on the evening of September 22nd with a live concert by […]
10 Lesser-Known Monuments near Testaccio in Rome
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Let’s face it. The Testaccio neighborhood in Rome is already one of the lesser-known parts of the city for tourists. But that’s all changing. For centuries the triangular-shaped zone was the home to the working class since it served as the city’s central port location for trade along the Tiber. The neighborhood is characterized by the Monte […]