Rome
Wednesday, 25 November, 2020
Last update 17 April
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Rome offers an endless variety of entertainment offers for every taste and budget. For all sports enthusiasts there are several events dedicated to tennis, equestrian sports, or marathons that will let you see the alleys and streets of the capital in a different light.

For those who enjoy music, concerts or theatrical performances, or who like to see films in their original language there is an abundance of opportunities. For any activity you choose, we can suggest you to stay in one of our apartments, among the best accommodations Rome has to offer!

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Jonathon - 6 February 2020
Day Trip from Rome: Visit the Sanctuary of Fortuna Primigenia in Palestrina
If you’ve ever heard of the majestic hilltowns near Rome, you may have also heard of Palestrina, home to the ruins of a once great Hellenistic temple called the Sanctuary of Fortuna Primigenia. The treasures that were discovered here have shed light on a very ancient civilization and its religious rituals, primarily just the great […]
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Jonathon - 7 January 2020
Day Trip from Rome to Tarquinia to Visit the Etruscan Necropolis
Just under 100km up the coast from Rome is the medieval city of Tarquinia, known best for it’s well preserved field of underground Etruscan burial tombs. The well-maintained park is a perfect day trip from Rome, easily reached by train, bus or car. The beautiful ancient city of Tarquinia is charming to walk around, peaking […]
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Jonathon - 18 December 2019
The New Ticket to the Colosseum Opens Even More Doors
In November 2019, the entrance fee to the Colosseum increased from €12 to €16. The integrated ticket provides 24 hour access (previously it was valid for 2 days) to the entire archaeological park, which includes the Colosseum, the Roman Forums and the Palatine Hill. Starting January 1, 2020 a new ticket to the Colosseum will […]
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Jonathon - 10 December 2019
5 Exhibits in Rome that are Not-To-Miss this Winter
Visiting Rome in the winter means a lot of things, among them: lightweight, puffy winter coats become the fashion norm; an umbrella becomes a purse staple; and it’s culturally acceptable to drink a cappuccino in the afternoon (on rainy or overcast days, anyway). Chillier days make for the best museum days to absorb the history […]
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Jonathon - 21 October 2019
Your Guide to Visit the Galleria Borghese in Rome
Tucked away in the expansive Villa Borghese park just north of Rome’s historic center, the Galleria Borghese represents one of the most art-rich galleries in the city. It houses the extensive collection of priceless works collected by the Borghese family over centuries. The building itself was constructed in the 17th century and was considered a […]
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Jonathon - 25 September 2019
Rome’s Comedy Club: Jokes in English, Laughter Guaranteed!
If you’ve ever wondered what the experience of moving to Rome is like for an expat, then maybe one of the most informative (and certainly the most entertaining) ways is through comedy. Rome’s Comedy Club is made up of (mostly) mother-tongue English speaking expats from all over the world, whose love for laughter has brought […]
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