One thing you cannot miss in Rome is an afternoon walking along the Via Appia Antica. Built in the 3rd century BC, it was called the "Queen of Roads", for its length, age and almost perfectly straight path. It was created to unite
If you are lucky enough to visit Rome and you have time to choose where to stay, I suggest these streets: Via Firenze and Via Nazionale. It's a great area to stay in Rome, as it is very close to all the major sights. In Via Firenze
If you want to get lost in Rome, this is the place for it. It is a narrow street with interesting shops, far from the sprawling and crowded parts of the city. It takes you from around the Vatican to Piazza Navona and is like going
If you aren't tired of walking and you've decided to visit the Trevi Fountain, it's a great experience because of the buildings and since it is diagonal you'll quickly arrive at the much-talked-about fountain. Be sure to look at the
In Rome, on Via San Paolo della Croce (St. Paul of the Cross) is the Basilica of Santa Maria in Domnica and the "Navicella". In front of the church is the fountain called "Navicella", this fountain was built under Pope Leo X in the
Amongst the high end fashion stores you can find the recently refurbished Fontana of Babuino.
This is one the 'talking statues' of Rome, places where people could share their political discontent in the form of anonymous verse or