catacombes rome

The catacombs of Rome are ancient underground labyrinths, necropolises where pagans and early Christians buried their dead. Cities of the dead can tell a lot about the living, as they have remained virtually untouched from the outside for centuries, while the city of the living (Rome) has been rebuilt severalRead More →

forums imperiaux

If you’re visiting the capital, it’s almost a must to take a tour of the Imperial Forums to see what remains of the “squares” built by some of the greatest Roman emperors in honor of the grandeur of their empires. Less than a century ago, what today appears to beRead More →

basilique Saint Pierre Rome

The great Basilica of St. Peter, with its splendid and imposing dome suspended from the ceiling of Rome, is the most important in the Christian world. It is the monument that manages to bring together, in one place, the faithful and art lovers. It is dedicated to St. Peter, theRead More →

sistine chapel rome

The Sistine Chapel is, without a doubt, one of the greatest artistic treasures of the Vatican. It is also one of the main tourist attractions for visitors who decide to visit the fantastic works in the Vatican Museums. History The Sistine Chapel was built between 1471 and 1483. The chapelRead More →

colosseum rome

Italy’s hot-blooded capital is one of the world’s most seductive and fascinating towns, with a heady mix of melancholy ruins, awe-inspiring art, and vibrant street life. Rome is sometimes referred to as a “living museum,” but it has much more to offer than its amazing collection of artistic artifacts, notRead More →

rome place st-pierre

The grandiose cathedral, built in the sixteenth century, needed an appropriate setting. The Vatican decided that the poorly planned rectangle of metropolitan land at the foot of the temple should have a more elegant shape. In addition, the road leading from the Apostolic Palace (Palazzi Apostolici) to the basilica hadRead More →

villa borghese

A space rich in art and history. Immersed in the gardens of the Villa Borghese, the gallery is an arch of beauty of humanity. The Galleria Borghese is one of the treasures that few cities in the world can boast. Among other things, it is located in the vegetation ofRead More →

musee vatican

Vatican City is an enclave in the urban fabric of the city of Rome, the smallest independent state in the world, both in terms of population (800 inhabitants) and territorial extension (0.44 km²). It has a system of absolute monarchy with the Pope as head; the official languages are ItalianRead More →

Fontaine de Trévi Rome

“The Fontana di Trevi is the most majestic fountain in Rome. The small square that surrounds it is perhaps the most visited place in the city by tourists. Thousands of people visit the monument every day to throw a coin into the fountain – which, as legend has it, guaranteesRead More →

colisée Rome

Visit the Colosseum in Rome The Colosseum, called by the ancient Romans “Amphitheatrum Flavium” (Flavian amphitheater), is considered the most famous and impressive monument of ancient Rome and probably the most famous monument in the world. It is completed by the largest amphitheater built in the history of humanity. SymbolRead More →