See the Vatican Museums, one of the largest art collections in the world.
Roman sculptures and mosaics, tapestries, the Gallery of the Maps, Raphael Rooms, Borgia Apartment, Modern Art, Sistine Chapel, St. Peter's Basilica.
Visit the Colosseum, the largest amphitheatre ever built by the Romans for their sports events: gladiatorial combats and huntings.
See also the Roman Forum, centre of gravity of the Roman Empire, and Palatine, residence of the Caesars.
The Iconic Rome with its worldwide famous Squares and Fountains, Spanish Steps, Trevi Fountain, the Pantheon, Navona Square, and so much more......
Visit St. John Lateran, the Cathedral of Rome, the Holy Staircase, St. Mary Major.
20 mls/30 kms east of Rome, on the slopes of the Appennines, lies the city of Tivoli, with its beautiful jewels: Emperor Hadrian's villa, rich in history, and Villa d'Este with its worldwide famous fountains.
One of the most fascinating archaeological areas in the world, the ancient port of Rome. See how people were living in this colony when Rome was the Capital City of the largest empire in Mediterranean.
Visit the Catacombs, underground cemeteries where Christians were buried during cruel persecutions, and the extraordinary remains of the Ancient Rome on the Appian Way.
From ancient Etruscan and Roman art to Contemporary art: Capitoline Museums, Palazzo Massimo, Doria Pamphilj, Colonna, Barberini, Borghese, Altemps, Villa Giulia, and many more.
The Abbey of the Three Fountains, the Basilica of St. Paul outside the Walls and the Mamertine prison.
Follow the path leading to the 5 altars of the Sciense, and discover the venues of Rome linked to the elements of the Illuminati.
Not only a worldwide famous movie of the 1950's, it's rather a journey back in times to discover the beauties of Rome.
Visit one of the most typical and enchanting districts of Rome, filled with art, colours, and many restaurants.
Popes have been spending their summer holidays in a splendid residence on the hills south of Rome, surrounded by vineyards and romantic hill towns.
The earliest monastic centers in Italy, where monks were living in total isolation, surrounded by wild nature, their life of prayer and meditation.
For almost a millennium, the Etruscans were Europe’s most advanced civilisation outside Greece. Tarquinia and Cerveteri were some of their best cities
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