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The Eternal City’s Enduring Favorites: Rome’s Top 10 Must-See Attractions

The Eternal City’s Enduring Favorites: Rome’s Top 10 Must-See Attractions

Among all the amazing sights of the Eternal City, there are a few that stand above the rest; Learn why these are The Eternal City’s Enduring Favorites: Here are Rome’s Top 10 ...

9th Aug 2017

A tribute to the art of sculpture: the treasures of the Octagonal Courtyard at the Vatican Museums

A tribute to the art of sculpture: the treasures of the Octagonal Courtyard at the Vatican Museums

The wondrous Octagonal Courtyard at the Vatican Museums offers the chance to admire some of the most precious statues belonging to the Vatican’s collection, all beautifully framed ...

11th Apr 2017

6 recent restorations to better experience the glorious past of the Roman Forum

6 recent restorations to better experience the glorious past of the Roman Forum

The archaeological treasures of the Roman Forum are not just jewels to be silently closed in an unalterable shrine for centuries: they're part of a invaluable yet living heritage to ...

19th Mar 2017

A walk in the heart of Rome

A walk in the heart of Rome

An evocative walk in the heart of Rome, following the path of an ancient Roman road turned into the modern via del Corso

13th Mar 2017

Secret passages of Rome

Secret passages of Rome

Ever wanted to discover secret passageways, hidden rooms, or ancient escape routes as a child (or secretly as an adult)? Bring those childhood memories alive with our Secret Passage ...

8th Sep 2015

Some Underground Places in Rome

Some Underground Places in Rome

It never fails to surprise us the history of Rome, constantly updated by the finds brought to light by investigation of underground levels predate this Ancient city to 6 century BC

24th Sep 2015

Hundreds of Little Fountains in Rome

Hundreds of Little Fountains in Rome

Who wouldn’t love to turn water into wine? Although it seems inconceivable, a few years ago, wine flowed through the taps into dozens of homes during an Italian grape festival

17th Sep 2015