Roma caput Mundi, eternal city, cradle of Western civilization and capital of Christianity. These are just some of the ways to call this magical city that is a concentration of art, history, architecture and still is among the favorite destinations of international tourism. Rome is a city that really offers everything, a true outdoor museum where you can admire the traces of the Roman millennial history and culture.

Rome means extraordinary monumental design, archaeological memories (from early Christian Basilicas, Renaissance and Baroque churches to amazing noble dwellings, statues and fountains). Rome is also enriched by many environmental elements that contribute for the characterization of the capital: unique streets and squares, ancient and modern, bridges, galleries and walls; parks and gardens, in an exaltation of greenery between villas and farmhouses;museums and art galleries with unmatched masterpieces of sculpture and painting;theaters and stadiums; infinite undergrounds, catacombs and hypogeums.

Visiting and living Rome means diving into an uncomparable environment, the result of a millennial history and culture made up of emperors, popes, noble families, artists (architects, sculptors, painters), Prelates, but also ordinary people.

To get to know Rome and its wonders you need over a couple of weeks, a luxury that almost no visitor can afford. To enjoy as much as possible your stay in the city, it is essential to sojourn in a central location, close to the main attractions of the city and close to transport (metro, bus, taxi).

When visiting Rome you cannot miss the following tours:

1) Vatican and Christian Rome (1-2 days)
•Vatican Museums, Sistine Chapel, St. Peter’s Basilica, Borgo Pio, Castel Sant’Angelo, Gianicolo.
Starting from the Vatican Museums, 300 meters from Vatican Scipioni 113.
2) Ancient Rome (1 day)
•Pantheon, Roman Forum, Coliseum, Capitol, Circus Maximus, Aventine.
Starting from the Pantheon, at 2,000 mt from Vatican Scipioni 113.
3) Baroque Rome (1 day)
•Campo de Fiori, Palazzo Farnese, Piazza Navona, Piazza Venezia, Trevi Fountain, Spanish Steps, Trinità dei Monti, Borghese Gallery.
Starting from Campo de Fiori, at 1.900 mt from Vatican Scipioni 113.