Enjoy Rome

 
Vedute di Roma, T. I, tav. 22 - Giovanni Battista Piranesi //en.wikisource.org/wiki/it:Vedute_di_Roma_(Piranesi)/1-22 Scans from www.coe.l.u-tokyo.ac.jp People say that “All roads lead to Rome” and that once Rome was “Caput mundi”.
Nowadays, Rome has been enjoying a cultural and economic rebirth which makes it an amazing destination for those who want to experience its vitality and immerse themselves in history.
 
Even in wintertime it is possible to walk through the historic city center and the fashionable streets, like Via Borgognona and Via Condotti, stroll around fountains like the Fontana dei Quattro Fiumi in Piazza Navona or Fontana delle Tartarughe in Piazza Mattei, visit the ancient neighborhoods like Trastevere, walk through Via della Conciliazione and admire St. Peter’s Square, heart of Christianity and the lively open-air market in Campo dei Fiori. Fontana di Trevi - Rome, Italy - November 6, 20101
 
Rome-VillaBorghese-TempleEsculape di Jean-Christophe_BENOIST, opera propria con licenza CC BY 3.0 tramite Wikimedia Commons. If you would like to discover the calm and the secret tranquility of this fascinating city just go into an ornamental garden in the courtyard of an ancient building in the historic center or walk through an alley in Borgo Pio or in the Jewish Ghetto.
With our optional tours, you will enter the secret corners and learn about the most fascinating places of the Eternal city! Check them out!
(For logistic reasons, optional tours can be confirmed only if the minimum number of registrations is reached)