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Destination of the month

Welcome to Rome

Rome stands as one of the finest, oldest, and most interesting cities in the world. The history of Rome spans over 2500 years and is consistently ranked as one of the top tourist destinations in Europe.

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Things to do here:

The Colosseum is one of the most renowned and iconic landmarks in the world and a trip to Rome would not be complete without visiting it.   The Vatican, which is an independent state, is one of the most important religious sites in the world and St. Peter’s Square is also a must as it is an iconic place where many significant events have taken place.  Another must-see is the Trevi Fountain which is the most beautiful fountain in Rome. Measuring some 20 meters in width by 26 meters in height, Trevi Fountain is also the largest fountain in the city.

To Eat

  1. Rione XIV Bistrot is a family run restaurant which offers impeccable service, the best quality food, and Italian wines in cosy and elegant surroundings.   It’s situated just a short walk away from The Vatican. Best to book a table in advance to avoid disappointment. 

  2. Pane e Salame: If you are looking for a place to stop off for lunch or a light snack in between sight-seeing, this hip, tucked-away modern bistro is known for platters of meats & cheeses and amazing sandwiches paired with Italian wines.  It’s situated just a two- minute walk away from the famous Trevi Fountain.

To Stay

  1. Hotel Napoleon Rome is a charming, elegant, and very quiet 4-star hotel in the heart of Rome.   The hotel was built inside a big nineteenth-century palace and its windows are facing internal, large, and sunny courtyards. 
  2. Marcella Royal Hotel is located directly on Via Flavia, close to Via XX Settembre.  The hotel’s privileged and central location means you will be within walking distance of the city’s numerous sights and attractions. A rooftop garden is also available for guests to relax and unwind.