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Where to eat near the Vatican: 3Quarti

Where to eat near the Vatican: 3Quarti. 3Quarti (in Italian the name means 3/4 or three quarters) is located in Rome’s Prati district, home to Vatican City and Castel Sant’Angelo. It is a restaurant, wine bar and lounge with contemporary

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Rome’s Classical treasures at Palazzo Massimo

What to see in Rome: An awe inspiring collection of Rome’s Classical treasures at Palazzo Massimo. The museum has Greek and Roman sculpture, displays of ancient Roman wall paintings and mosaics.  There are also objects from every day life such

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Cefalú: The perfect beach holiday

Cefalú: the perfect beach holiday. The Sicilian fishing town of Cefalú is just the right size – it’s small enough that you escape the noise and chaos of a city but just large enough that there is a large selection of

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What to see in Rome: Aventine Hill

What to see in Rome: Aventine Hill. The Aventine Hill is one of the seven hills of ancient Rome. Today it is a peaceful, wealthy residential area with beautifully landscaped streets and gardens. It is an often overlooked area of

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Summer Nights at Castel Sant’Angelo

Summer Nights at Castel Sant’Angelo allows special access to areas of the museum usually closed to the public. Castel Sant’Angelo holds within its walls not just Emperor Hadrian’s burial chamber, but memories of Rome’s violent past. It was renamed after

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Tips to Survive Rome in the Summer

Summer in Rome is hot & sticky. But there are some ways to make the experience more enjoyable. Here are tips to Survive Rome in the Summer: DRINK WATER Stay hydrated by drinking water. Buy a bottle of water and

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Where to eat on a budget: Pasta Imperiale

Where to eat on a budget: Pasta Imperiale. A good meal in Rome does not need to cost a lot of money. Head to Pasta Imperiale for a simple, inexpensive meal without giving up any quality. It’s just a couple

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Where to Eat in the Jewish Ghetto: Da Benito

Where to Eat in the Jewish Ghetto: Da Benito. This osteria offer simple, basic and genuine Roman food in a rustic atmosphere. It’s tucked on a quiet little street near the Fontane delle Tartarughe (The Turtle Fountain) at Piazza Mattei. 

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Colosseum Underground and Third Ring Tour

One of the best tours in Rome is the Colosseum Underground and Third Ring Tour. Even if you’ve seen the Colosseum before it’s well worth another visit to view these VIP areas and walk the arena floor. The only way

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Places to Eat in Rome: Osteria del Sostegno

Just a few blocks from the Pantheon is one of the best places to eat in Rome: Osteria del Sostegno. Think you can’t find authentic Roman food near a major attraction? Think again! Osteria del Sostgeno is an intimate restaurant

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The Borghese Gallery

a46a79a7Reservations are mandatory for the Borghese Gallery. We make reservations for our guests, free of charge.

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