Fontana di Trevi: The Enchanted Fountain of Rome

Who hasn’t heard of Italy’s most famous fountain and the iconic symbol of Rome, Fontana di Trevi? Nestled in the heart of Rome, this iconic fountain has captivated the imagination of visitors for centuries. Its inspired architecture and the mythical charm of the Trevi Fountain attract over 10 million visitors every year! It is considered, … Read more

Metro Rome: Map and Tickets 2024

Rome has 3 metro lines: Line A, also known as “Linea A” (orange line). Line B, also known as “Linea B” (blue line). Line C, also known as “Linea C” (green line). Lines A and B intersect at Termini, the central station of the city, while the new Line C connects to San Giovanni station. … Read more

Day trips from Rome: some ideas

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Day trips from Rome: why not? Why You Might Want to Rethink Taking Day Trips from Rome? If you’re considering day trips from Rome, there are some crucial questions you need to ask yourself first: Is it your first time coming to the Eternal City? Will you be staying for only 3 or 4 days? … Read more

The Castle of the Angels in Rome (Castel Sant’Angelo)

One of the most impressive buildings in Rome that always remains imprinted in the memory of tourists is Castel Sant’Angelo, which is mistakenly called “Castle of the Angels“, the correct translation is “Castle of the Holy Angel”. The number of visitors has increased dramatically since the monument was used in the movie Angels and Demons. … Read more

Vatican: tickets, opening hours and free entry

WHERE IS THE VATICAN?  The Vatican is located in Rome. Yes, it’s not another city far away from Rome—the Vatican is just a few meters away from the other sights of Rome and can be reached with the metro. Although it is an independent state—the smallest in the world, in fact—no one will ask you … Read more

Pantheon: photos, history and useful information

The Pantheon is one of the most beautiful and charming tourist attractions in Rome. It is a 2000-year-old temple dedicated to all the gods: it is so well-preserved that it is still considered to be one of the most important architectural buildings in the Western world. The Pantheon Rome, History It was originally built during … Read more