There has never been a better time to visit Rome and enjoy La Dolce Vita than this summer. With continued travel restrictions in place in many countries, you’ll be able to enjoy the ancient splendour of Rome with fewer visitors than usual.
Visit Rome’s Trastevere neighbourhood and indulge in Pizza’s, pasta and äl Fresco dining. Treat yourself to famous Italian gelato at one of many gelaterias in the city.
Get Lucky, throw a coin in a fountain
The tradition when in Rome is to close your eyes and throw a coin over your left shoulder using your right hand. But how on earth is it possible to close one’s eyes in the presence of such magnificent architecture? Revisit the historic fountains that can be found throughout the city.
The Spanish Steps
Walk in the footsteps of history, climb the historic Spanish steps, and visit the Trinità dei Monti church.
Take in the sites of this historic city
There is so much to see in Rome that this mail could be as long as Tolstoy’s War and Peace. So to save time here are some of the highlights.
- The Colosseum
- The Pantheon
- See the Ancient ruins at the Roman Forum
- Visit the Piazza Navona
- the Vatican and Its Museums
- Explore the boutiques and bars of Trastevere
- Shop till you drop at Via del Corso
- See modern art at Museum Maxxi
The list above is only a brief highlight of many delights awaiting you in Rome. By all means, contact us and we’ll be happy to make recommendations or answer any questions you have about where to visit during your stay. Book a room directly on our website by clicking here.