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Originally from the central coast of California, Jonathon has been living and working in Rome for over 6 years. He's always curious about who's doing what in the city: where to find the best gelato, who's changing up the carbonara game, and where's the best place to catch a good show or live concert.
Press Release
Jonathon - 14 January 2020
AP46 Trinity Opens its Doors Near Campo de’ Fiori

A new Rome Accommodation vacation rental is ready to open its doors in the Campo de’ Fiori area. The AP46 Trinity apartment is located on Via della Trinità dei Pellegrini, a quiet street that’s just steps from the Tiber River and the lively Campo de’ Fiori neighborhood. The Trinity apartment joins a number of other […]

what to do
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 […]

What to do in Winter
Jonathon - 27 December 2019
Rome in January: What To Do and What To Expect

Once the new year festivities are over and the Epiphany is passed (January 6) the city of Rome tends to feel very quiet since the tourists tend to leave the city during this time of year. You’ll find more the best rates at hotels and vacation rentals (check out our special offers!) and don’t be […]

what to do
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 […]

what to do
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 […]

what to see
Jonathon - 4 December 2019
The Most Instagrammable Streets in Rome

If there’s one thing Rome doesn’t lack it’s an unlimited number of charming streets, romantic corners or artistic angles to the delight of Instagrammers everywhere. Whether you’re after the perfect selfie, group shot or architectural detail to post to your grid, Rome won’t disappoint. That said, we do realize there are some places that are better […]