Rome

The Vatican, city-state

The Vatican, city-state

The State of the Vatican City arose after the signing of the Lateran Treaty between the Holy See and Italy, on February 11, 1929. Located on the right bank of the Tiber River, the Vatican City is the residence of the Pope and occupies 44 hectares. And due to its small...

The Trastevere, very fashionable

The Trastevere, very fashionable

This bohemian neighbourhood, located in the heart of Rome, on the banks of the Tiber River, has centuries of history. During daylight it is a great place to wander and discover its beautiful corners, full of a special charm. You can visit the St. Mary Square in...

The Flavian Amphitheatre, known as the Colosseum

The Flavian Amphitheatre, known as the Colosseum

The Flavian Amphitheatre, known as the Colosseum, is my favourite place in Rome. Did you know it has a capacity of more than 50,000 spectators? An elliptical structure of 188 meters long, 156 meters wide and 57 meters high. I compare it with a football stadium built...

What to eat in Rome, typical dishes

What to eat in Rome, typical dishes

Italian cuisine is world-renowned. There are Italian restaurants in every corner of the planet. Its cuisine is famous, especially for its pasta and its pizzas, but it is also famous for its extraordinary wines, its olive oil, its ice cream, its Parmesan cheese, its...

Rome, a church in every corner

Rome, a church in every corner

They say that Rome is the city with the largest number of temples in the world. In just the province, there are more than three hundred Catholic parishes. Although the headquarters of the Catholic Church is in Rome, there are temples and places of worship of other...

3 days in Rome, the best tour to discover the city

3 days in Rome, the best tour to discover the city

In this post we want to offer you the best route to discover the main points of interest in Rome over three days.Day 1 On your first day in the city of Rome, we suggest you start at the Flavian Amphitheater, known as the Colosseum, which owes its name to a colossal...

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