Located in the Trevi district in Rome, the Trevi Fountain is one of the most beautiful and famous fountains in the city and in the world. The fountain, made for the most part of Travertino stone, was designed by Italian architect Nicola Salvi and completed by Giuseppe Pannini, after the death of the first designer. It was inaugurated in 1762 by Pope Clement XIII.
No trip to Rome would be complete without a visit to the iconic Trevi Fountain. Learn some interesting facts about the fountain before going to admire it!
The Uffizi Gallery is one of the most famous museums in the world, and with over 1.5 million visitors each year, it is the most visited museum in Italy. Continue reading
Michelangelo Buonarroti is considered one of the greatest artists of all time. He was a sculptor, a painter, an architect and a poet of the High Renaissance, and undoubtedly a great genius. His contemporaries admired him so much for his style and his temper, that they often called him “il Divino” (the divine one). Continue reading
It’s always wise to learn a little bit of the language of the country you are going to visit. It will help you to interact with shopkeepers and taxi-drivers, to order the right dish from the menu, and to find a bathroom when needed… Continue reading
Rome is full of attractions, many places to see and artworks everywhere, churches, squares, fountains, ruins, most of the times in a few days tour. Museums are rich of statues, paintings, frescoes, archeological objects that can be extremely interesting: they contain everything from ancient sculptures to modern art, so there is something for everyone to enjoy. Continue reading
There is no bad time to visit the Eternal City: every season has its bests and the weather is ideal for sightseeing. As one of the major art cities in Italy, Rome attracts visitors year-round. The most popular times to visit are Spring and Fall, when the weather isn’t quite so warm or cold. However you have to choose what is the best period for you basing on your needs: consider weather (temperature and rain), budget, and events you are eventually interest in (Easter or Carnival, for example), when planning your vacation to Rome. Continue reading
Italian Culture Minister Dario Franceschini announced changes to opening hours and entry fees at State-run museums and monuments, that will come into effect from July 1. Continue reading
Food in Italy varies a lot by region, and almost every city and town has its specialties, but there are some dishes you’ll find almost anywhere. Make sure to try at least one of the yummiest dishes… even though I really suggest to try them all! Continue reading
Squares in Italy are centre of life: Italians go in piazza for meeting each other, for special events or for the daily “happy hour”. Many of Rome’s squares have fountains with endless springing water. Here the 8 most famous and beautiful squares in Rome.
If you want to arrange a tour of the best squares of Rome, let us know your wishes and you’ll never forget your experience! Continue reading