Known as the Eternal City, due to its millennial history that has its roots in the golden age of the Empire up to more recent times, Rome is like an open-air museum.
But if on the one hand it is possible to visit the most symbolic places and famous all over the world, on the other hand it is also worth taking more alternative itineraries, such as the intriguing journey in underground Rome, the journey to discover the Grand Tours of past aristocracies or the trip up the Gianicolo, from which enjoy breathtaking views across the city.
Without forgetting the proximity to the Vatican with its amazing museums, as well as the Imperial Forums or the splendid shops of Via Condotti.
Next to the ancient Imperial Forums you can admire the wonders of San Pietro, but also museums and the numerous artistic masterpieces of which the churches abound.
And finally, Rome by Night, with its dolce vita that never ceases to bewitch any visitor and the liveliness of a neighborhood like Trastevere.