Rome, Italy

Actualizado: 9 de nov de 2018

Rome, the capital of Italy, has an endless collection of historic monuments and UNESCO World Heritage Sites. The city is always filled of turist from all over the world.


I would say that the best time to visit Rome is spring, (March or May) or Fall (September to November), On summer Rome gets very very hot and its crowded with lots of turists!


People in italy speak italian, but if you talk to them in spanish they understand as well.


Villa Borghese: The gallery at the Villa Borghese features a collection of works by Bernini, Caravaggio, and Raphael.

Vatican: Home of Michelangelo’s Sistine Chapel and St. Peter’s Basilica, the official place of the Catholic church and where the pope lives.

The Colosseum: icon of ancient Rome, a must see in rome.

Pantheon: The Pantheon was originally built as a temple to all gods, But now a days is a Catholic church.

Trevi Fountain: The Trevi Fountain is famous for tossing a coin and wishing for a return trip to rome.

Capitoline hill and Capitoline Museum – the world’s oldest public museum. Located at the top of Capitoline Hill, which provides impressive views of the city.

Arch of Constantine – This arch represents the victory over Maxentius at the Battle of Milvian Bridge in 312. It’s located between the Colosseum and Palatine Hill.

Piazza Navona –Rome’s main squares, you should go and walk around!

Vittorio Emanuele II monument – built as a tribute to Victor Emmanuel II, the first king who united Italy.


Rome's cuisine is legendary, Italian food is very famous all around the world but it is important to find the right spots to enjoy a good pasta or pizza!


  1. Roscioli – Try the carbonara in this place! you will love it!

  2. Da Enzo

  3. Eataly in Southern Rome

  4. Pianostrada in Centro Storico

  5. Flavio al Velavevodetto

  6. Ba'Ghetto – My favorite dish is the "carciofo alla giudia", it´s AMAZING!

  7. Panella in Monti, Esquilino & San Lorenzo CAFE

  8. Pizzarium in Vatican City, Borgo & Prati

  9. Romeo e Giulietta in San Giovanni & Testaccio

  10. Mercato Testaccio – Food Market with delicious food.


  • Salotto 42: Swing by Salotto 42 day or night for a round of creative cocktails.


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