Here you will find tips for your city tour in Rome. You will see Piazza Navona, the Pantheon, the Trevi Fountain and the Spanish Steps on a distance of less than 4 kilometers. Enjoy homemade ice cream along the way and check out the shops in the center of Rome.
Here you will find information about how much time you need for the Colosseum Archaeological Park and what you should definitely see. Regardless of whether you are in Rome for only one, two or three days, we will inform you on how to best divide your time for visiting the Colosseum Archeopark.
How much is the entrance to St. Peter’s? How much is the visit to the dome of St. Peter’s? How do you avoid the queues at St. Peter’s? …
Surely you’ve heard of the Appia Antica, the queen of the streets, the Regina Viarum. Via Appia in ancient times was the main connection from Rome to Brindisi. From there they sailed to Greece. Even today, large parts of the old road are preserved.
Villa d’Este dates back to Cardinal Ippolito II d’Este in the 16th century. He had the idea of setting a garden below his palace, which was built in a former Benedictine monastery.
Ancient Rome: around the Palatine, Romulus is said to have founded the city of Rome almost 2,800 years ago. The founding day of Rome is celebrated on the 21st of April. For more than a millennium, the heart of Rome struck here in the territory of the Roman Forum and the Imperial Forums.
The seven church pilgrimage has a long tradition. For the Romans, “making the round of the seven churches” means that it takes a long time. Find out here which churches belong and how to get there best.
In order not to waste valuable time in Rome, you need to know where the center of Rome is, how to get there and how to best orient yourself there.
Visiting St. Peter’s Basilica, the largest church in the world, is a special experience. We will inform you about opening hours and when St. Peter’s Basilica is closed, …