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The city of Rome (Roma in Italian) is one of the oldest and most important cities in Europe and the capital of Italy. Officially founded in 753 BC, this unusual city became one of the first metropolis in the world that was continuously inhabited for over 28 centuries. The origins of the city are covered with mystery and legends, the most famous one telling a history of two twin brothers, Romulus and Remus. The brothers were ordered to be abandoned by their evil uncle, Amulius, who feared they would take his throne. However, a she-wolf took care of the boys and fed them with her milk. They would later defeat their evil uncle and decide to build a city. However, Remus was killed by his brother, Romulus, who then became the first king of Rome.

The heritage of Rome is as rich and impressive as its history. Described as the Eternal City, Rome was the centre of the Roman Empire during every moment of its history, from Kingdom to Republic and finally Empire. It witnessed its rise and fall across centuries. After the end of the Western Roman Empire in 476 CE, it became home of the Papacy and Catholic administration and remains the centre of the Catholic faith until today, hosting the Vatican City State. It finally became the capital of the modern Italy in the 19th century. Its complicated history was not always glorious: Rome experienced various political unrests and tragedies. It includes, among others, the fall of the Roman Empire in the early Medieval times that was accompanied by invasions of barbaric tribes and Arabs, corruption and nepotism of some of the Popes as well as the Italian fascism and the Second World War. However, Rome would always rebuild itself and restore what it had lost.

Associated with the glory of the Caesars as well as with the Roman Republicanism, ancient philosophy and the gladiators’ fight in the Colosseum, Medieval Catholicism as well as modern tourism, Rome is full of beautiful contrasts. Due to its rich history as well as vibrant city life, it is one of the most creative European metropolises. Rome is also regarded as one of the major cultural centres of Europe where flourished some of the greatest European art styles: Italian Renaissance, Baroque and Neoclassicism. It stores artwork of many of the greatest European artists of all time, such as Caravaggio, Bernini or Michelangelo. Moreover, the beauty of its architecture is incomparable. Characterised by ancient Roman ruins, Renaissance palaces or stunning Baroque churches, Rome’s historical uniqueness can be best seen when strolling its beautiful streets.

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Even though the tales of ancient gladiators may dominate our imagination when we think about Rome, the Eternal City is definitely far more than just Colosseum. In fact, it is hard to pick just one thing that characterises Rome the most, as Rome is full of symbols and rich with culture.

For the fans of the fore-mentioned ancient gladiators, Rome is one of the places where the ancient heritage of the Roman Empire is best represented. Apart from the famous Colosseum and the Gladiator School, the city is also home to the Roman Forum, a square surrounded by ruins of various ancient government buildings. Among other distinguished Roman buildings are the Pantheon, an ancient pagan temple, and the baths of Caracalla decorated with almost intact mosaics.

In the eyes of Catholic pilgrims, Rome is the centre of the Catholic faith, embodied in the Vatican City. The Catholic heritage of Rome is stunning and visible at almost every corner. The St. Peter’s Basilica in the Vatican is often regarded as the most important Catholic church in the world as it is believed to be the burial site of Saint Peter. Built in a Renaissance style, it is the biggest church in the world and most impressive among the rest of over 900 Catholic temples in Rome. The other significant building, the Sistine Chapel with the stunning ceiling frescos made by Michelangelo, is the site of the papal conclave, a process when a new pope is selected.

For art lovers, Rome is home to Michelangelo, Raphael, Bernini, Caravaggio and other great artists. It is also the place where the greatest styles of European art crossed and merged, creating the unique character of the city. Rome hosts hundreds of stunning churches and palaces in various styles, as well as famous landmarks like the beautiful Trevi Fountain, the largest Baroque fountain in the city, or the monumental Spanish Steps characterised by unique design and elegance.

Finally, Rome is one of the best destinations for foodies. Italy has been famous for its cuisine, which is definitely more than the most popular spaghetti and pizza. Rome is indeed home to spaghetti carbonara, but it also created other remarkable dishes, such as delicious roasted pork, various recipes for artichokes, different kinds of pasta and pastry, as well as, of course, delicious gelato.

Gastronomy

Amatriciana

Amatriciana

This delicious type of spaghetti probably took its name from a little mountain village called Amatrice, two hours northeast of Rome. It is prepared by adding Bucatini pasta (spaghetti-like pasta with a hole in the centre) to the Amatriciana sauce. The sauce is regarded as a traditional alimentary product of the local Rieti Province. Amatriciana is known for its strong taste that is loved by the Romans. It is made from cured pork cheek (guanciale), tomatoes, a special type of regional cheese called pecorino and, sometimes, onion. Amatriciana became popular in Rome in 19th century and is now one of the most popular pasta dishes in the Eternal City.

Carbonara

Carbonara

Just like Amatriciana, Carbonara is a classic and popular pasta in Rome, known worldwide for its creamy flavour. It originated right in Rome and is known as spaghetti alla carbonara, what means that it is prepared with the well-known spaghetti pasta. The origin of its name is unclear, but the invention of the dish is sometimes ascribed to the Italian coal miners. Despite the fact that Carbonara fans from abroad tend to prepare it with yoghurt or cream, the traditional Carbonara is made only with cheese, guanciale, pepper and eggs. The cheese is traditionally pecorino and is thoroughly mixed with eggs before serving. Moreover, garlic is not added to carbonara in Italy as it frequently is elsewhere.

Cacio e Pepe

Cacio e Pepe

Cacio Pepe is another popular type of Roman spaghetti, similar to Carbonara. Its name means “Cheese and Pepper”. As the name suggests, Cacio Pepe is a very simple dish: its ingredients are spaghetti pasta, pecorino cheese and pepper. The hot spaghetti is poured into the cheese with a bit of starchy water what makes the cheese melt and bind with the pasta. Cacio e Pepe originated in Rome and is thought to be one of the oldest Italian dishes, probably due to its simplicity (all ingredients are easy to carry and hard to spoil). Just like in the case of Carbonara, Italians never add any cream or butter to the dish.

Porchetta

Porchetta

Porchetta is a delicious pork roast that derives from Ariccia, a small town south-east of Rome. In that area, ancient worshippers from the temple of Jupiter would give pork’s meat as an offering to their god. Therefore, the dish is also known as porchetta di Ariccia and regarded as a traditional alimentary product of the Ariccia community. Porchetta is traditionally prepared from female hogs, which is also why the name of the dish has a feminine “-a” ending. The meat is roasted over eight hours and generously salted, with an addition of various spices like garlic, rosemary or fennel. It is considered as a celebratory dish and is very popular across Italy.

Pajata

Pajata

Pajata, or rigatoni con la pajata, is another traditional dish in the Roman cuisine. It is also named pagliata in standardised Italian. Pajata is one of the most original dishes to be found in Rome. It is prepared by cooking intestines of unweaned (only fed by mothers’s milk) calves and is part of the Rome’s quinto quarto (organ meat) cooking tradition. The intestines are cleaned and skinned, but the partly digested food is left inside. When cooked, they create a thick, creamy sauce. Pajata is served with tomato sauce and rigatoni tube-shaped pasta. Unfortunately, it gradually disappears from Roman restaurants. It still can be found in some traditional Roman trattorias.

Suppli

Suppli

Supplì is a kind of deep-fried rice ball, a quintessential part of the Roman cuisine. Supplì is made by mixing boiled rice with tomato sauce, then forming little balls, coating them with egg and breadcrumbs and deep-frying. Supplì were originally served as street food and most often eaten by poor people. Nowadays they appear in pizzerias and trattorias as popular antipasti (appetizers). Many restaurants offer their own gourmet variations of supplì with different fillings. They also usually contain mozzarella. This popular cheese melts in the supplì when deep-fried and is drawn out as string when supplì is broken in two, what led to the popular name supplì al telefono, as the mozzarella string resembles telephone cable.

Artichokes

Artichokes

Artichokes (carciofi) are one of the most popular vegetables eaten in Rome, served in many restaurants as well as commonly sold in shops. The Italian artichokes originated in Sicily and spread to the Peninsula during Medieval times. Rome developed its own kind of artichoke that now has a protected status of an alimentary tradition of the city, often referred to as carciofo romanesco. They are most likely to be found in spring, which is their peak growing season. In Rome, there are two most traditional ways of eating artichokes, which is Jewish-style artichokes (carciofi alla giudia) and Roman style (carciofi alla romana). Jewish style originates from the 16th century’s Jewish ghetto and essentially consists of deep-frying the vegetable to make it very crispy. Carciofi alla romana, on the other hand, are stuffed with various herbs and braised in hot water until soft.

Bruschetta

Bruschetta

Bruschetta is one of the most famous Italian antipasti (appetizers). It refers to grilled bread, rubbed with garlic and spread with olive oil. It is also the traditional Roman version. It is also one of the oldest Italian dishes that most likely derives from the Etruscans, an ancient people that lived north of Rome and created their own civilisation. Apart from garlic and oil, bruschetta is usually served with various toppings depending on the region and style. Most popular toppings are fresh tomatoes and basil, as well as asparagus cream, olive paste and many others. Bruschetta is usually made with a very dense bread that can be soaked in olive oil and tomato juice without falling apart. The most traditional Roman bruschetta bread is pane casereccio di Genzano that derives from a small town of Genzano nearby Rome.

Olive Ascolane

Olive Ascolane

Olive Ascolane (Ascolana olives) are Ascoli-style stuffed olives. It’s a traditional specialty of a town named Ascoli Piceno in the Marche region. Ascoli-style olives are green olives that are stuffed with meat, then covered with breadcrumbs and deep-fried. Most traditionally, they would be made from local large and mild green olives named Ascolana Tenera. Ascolana olives are a delicious snack that can be made with many different varieties of stuffing, from almost any kind of meat like chicken, pork or veal, then served alone or sprinkled with parmigiano and nutmeg. They are very popular in the central Italy where they are often served as a street snack.

Zucchini Flower

Zucchini Flower

Beautiful zucchini flowers can be commonly found in Italy where they are usually served deep-fried. Rome’s has got its own most popular variation of deep-fried zucchini flowers. Rome’s style is to stuff them with provatura cheese (similar to mozzarella), parmigiano and anchovy fillet, then fry and serve with Italian salsa verde (a delicious mixture of oil, vinegar, capers, anchovies, fresh parsley leaves and breadcrums). Rome’s style fried zucchini flowers are one of the finest delicacies to be found in the trattorias of the Eternal City. They are usually offered as antipasti (appetizers). These colourful flowers can be also bought fresh in the local markets.

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Cappella Sistina

Displaying the most admired ceiling in the world, regarded as Michelangelo’s masterpiece, the Sistine Chapel is best known for its decoration, but it’s also the temple in which popes are selected and crowned. During the reign of Sixtus IV, Renaissance painters such as Botticelli, Perugino, and […]

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Colle Aventino

The southernmost of Rome’s seven hills, the Colle Aventino (or Aventine Hill) is an elegant part of the city, with palaces, gardens and churches such as the Basilica of Santa Sabina and the Rome Rose Garden, a park with more than 1.100 varieties of roses, many of them gifts from around the worl[…]

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Quartiere di San Lorenzo

Originally a working-class neighborhood that was heavily bombed during World War II, the Quartiere di San Lorenzo reborn as one of the liveliest spots of Rome, both for leisure and culture. It houses many examples of street art, such as the block-long mural by Alice Pasquini, and also some of t[…]

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Campo de’ Fiori

One of the liveliest squares of Rome, Campo de’Fiori (field of flowers) is a flower and vegetable market during the day, which started back in 1869, and a busy spot during the night, with crowded terraces. This major focus of Rome’s life was never this colorful: the square was site for hundreds[…]

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Vaticano

The smallest state in the world by both area and population, Vatican City is enclaved within Rome, which means you can’t go to Rome without visiting it – and you don’t even need a passport! The Vatican Museums is the main reason why people visit this tiny state, besides an attempt to see the re[…]

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Villa Borghese

One of the largest urban parks in Europe, Villa Borghese is a massive landscape garden containing buildings, museums, and other attractions, designed in a naturalistic English manner. Spanning over 80 hectares, the construction of the gardens started in the 17th century to accommodate several v[…]

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Piazza del Campidoglio

Located on top of the Capitol Hill, the Piazza del Campidoglio is considered one of the most beautiful squares of Rome. Now the headquarter of several government agencies, the piazza was designed by Michelangelo in a trapezoidal form and an intriguing oval-shaped ground pattern. Both the Palazz[…]

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Castel Sant’Angelo

The Mausoleum of emperor Hadrian, also known as Castel Sant’Angelo, is located on the right bank of river Tiber, at a walking distance of Vatican City. This towering cylindrical building was originally commissioned by Hadrian as a mausoleum for himself and for his family. However, the building […]

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Basilica di San Giovanni in Laterano

Considered the Mother of all churches in the world, the Basilica di San Giovanni in Laterano (Basilica of St. John Lateran) was the most important temple in Christendom for more than 1.000 years. It was commissioned by the emperor Constantine and consecrated in 324 AD and until the 14th century[…]

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Arco di Costantino

The Arco di Costantino (Arch of Constantine) is located along the Via Triumphalis, between the Colosseum and the Temple of Venus and Roma. It was erected in 315 AD to commemorate Constantine I’s victory over Maxentius at the Battle of Milvian Bridge. The largest triumphal arch of Rome, it stand[…]

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Pantheon

The most influential and also well-preserved building of Ancient Rome, the Pantheon was commissioned by emperor Hadrian to replace the Marcus Agrippa’s Pantheon which burned to the ground in 80 AD. Dedicated to virtually every god in Ancient Rome times, the building is circular with a portico o[…]

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Piazza Navona

Built on the site of the Stadium of Domitian, commissioned around 80 AD by the emperor Titus Flavius Domitianus as a gift to the people of Rome and used for athletic contests and chariot races, the Piazza Navona follows the entire form of this former stadium. Displaying three impressive fountai[…]

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Piazza Venezia

The Piazza Venezia is dominated by the Altare Della Patria, a monument inaugurated in 1911 to honor Victor Emanuel II, unified Italy’s first king, and that occupies a site between the Piazza Venezia and the Capitoline Hill. Its majestic columns, a neoclassical interpretation of a Roman forum, o[…]

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Fontana di Trevi

Immortalized by Federico Fellini’s film La Dolce Vita, the Fontana di Trevi was designed by architect Nicola Salvi and concluded by Giuseppe Pannini in 1762. The background of many scenes in notable films, the Fontana became the stage of a tradition for tourists: make a wish and throw a coin us[…]

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La Basilica di San Pietro

One of the holiest temples of Christendom, and also the largest church in the world, La Basilica di San Pietro is a major pilgrimage site, where the Pope presides many liturgies throughout the year. The building is the result of the work of masters of Renaissance such as Donato Bramante, Michel[…]

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Piazza San Pietro

Built between 1656 and 1667 during the pontificate of Alexander VII, and designed by Gian Lorenzo Bernini in order to embrace visitors in the “maternal arms of Mother Church”, the Piazza San Pietro is one of the most recognizable squares in the world, with its staircase leading to the St. Peter[…]

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Piazza del Popolo

Meaning the People’s Square, the Piazza del Popolo stands out by its central 24 meters-high Egyptian obelisk dedicated to Rameses II, brought to Rome in 10 BC by order of Augustus. Most people, though, come to the piazza to see the Santa Maria del Popolo, a basilica that features two canvases b[…]

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Piazza di Spagna

At the bottom of the beautiful Spanish Steps, a monumental triangular stairway of 174 steps from the 19th century that leads to the church of Trinità Dei Monti, the Piazza di Spagna is Rome’s meeting point for locals and visitors. It has also been a hub for cultural life in the city and many ar[…]

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Colosseo

The largest amphitheater ever built, the Colosseo is the most visited monument in Italy. Built on travertine, tuff and brick-faced concrete, the construction started under the instructions of Emperor Vespasian, who decided to destroy Nero’s nymphaeum at the Domus area but died before seeing the[…]

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Osteria di Birra del Borgo

The flavor is that of the taverns of the past, based on the quality of the welcome, on the table as a place for socializing and on a traditional and familiar cuisine. Then there are the new contents, those that make it a modern tavern, a place for everyone, where the centrality of the beer-kitc[…]

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Ma che siete venuti a fà

From 2001 in the heart of Rome, Trastevere, “Ma che siete venuti a fa“ is the pioneer pub of Italian craft beer scene. A continuous research of the best selection of national and international brews. Always new events hosting brewers and microbreweries. Today 16 beers on tap poured with special[…]

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Antica Enoteca L’Angolo Divino

The Antica Enoteca L’Angolo Divino wine bar is in the eighteenth century Palazzetto Giangiacomo, Via dei Balestrari n°12, in the heart of Rome. L’Angolo Divino is a family run wine bar that started as a wineshop over fifthy years ago and was transformed into its present status by th[…]

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Etablí

Etablì: … In a 15th century building just off Piazza Navona… old wrought-iron chandeliers fronted by ancient stone and tuff ashlar portals under arched or wooden ceilings, lavander and pastel colours, antique furnishings and ornaments from Southern France, including the carpenters’ […]

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Mimì e Cocò

With a vast assortment of wines, a special eye to Italian ones, you can find platters of cold meats and cheese or traditional dishes such as carbonara or straccetti. You can also enjoy a Traminer with a Pizza Margherita, a fresh mixed salad and our hallmark crostini of potatoes with a choice of[…]

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Amedeo Ristorante Roma

Classic roman and Italian cuisine with a twist. You will also find additional creative daily specials selected according to the season and availability of the ingredients proposed daily by our chef. The freshness & quality of the ingredients makes the difference!

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Mercato Centrale Roma

After the success of Florence, Mercato Centrale opened in Rome in October 2016, on via Giolitti 36. The Cappa Mazzoniana, once an afterhours meeting place for railway workers, was given a new life and Termini became not only a thoroughfare, but also a destination for those looking for delicious[…]

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Tiberino Ristorante Bar

Tiberino boasts a unique location in Rome, L’isola Tiberina (The Tiber Island), and has its outdoor tables on “Ponte Quattro Capi” and “Piazza S. Bartolomeo”, just opposite the basilica which bears the same name, dating back to 1000 A.D. It fits business lunches, aperitifs with friends, and rom[…]

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Giuliani Fabbrica Marrons Glaces & Cioccolateria

For 70 years, the Giuliani Chocolate shop has been passionately dedicated to the crafting art of creating high quality products such as Marrons Glacés, Chocolates suitable for every palate, Stuffed fruit, Dried fruit, Creams and Jams. The “Marron Glacé Factory & Giuliani Chocolates” evokes[…]

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Antica Caciara Trasteverina

For over a hundred years, in the heart of Trastevere, it has been making its customers know Italian dairy products handcrafted.

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Serra (Rome)

The Serra store, born in Via del Corso in the first decade of the 1900s, located today in the headquarters at No. 57 of the “magical” Via Margutta, offers an exciting and original combination of tradition and innovation, classicism and contemporary design. Serra’s goal is to offer superior qual[…]

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Del Giudice Roma

Established in 1959 by Marcello Del Giudice and his wife Rita, Del Giudice is an Italian artisan firm that specializes in the manufacturing of leather bags by skilled craftsmen who have been trained and guided by the original founder. They started by making women’s leather bags and later began […]

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Rome by night Private Tour

2 hours Private Tour of Rome by night, by car and driver and with a passionate Guide of Rome. An unforgettable evening, to the discovery of a city that at night has a unique fascination.

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Discover the Vatican Museums Sistine Chapel

Vatican Museums Sistine Chapel Private Tour, discovering with your personal English speaking Guide the masterpieces housed inside the Vatican Museums and the Popes Palaces, skipping the line

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Luxury Tour of Rome and Gourmet meal

Discover the sights of Rome with your private English tour guide, and enjoy lunch or dinner in an awards gourmet Restaurant to combine art and gastronomy in Rome!

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Highlights of Rome Full day Tour by car

Amazing Full day private tour of the Highlights of Rome with private car and driver + private English speaking tour Guide of Rome at your disposal for 6 hours.

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Private tour Trastevere and Jewish Ghetto

Private tour of Medieval Rome and Jewish Ghetto with your local guide, an in-depth visit in the heart of Rome: Tiber River, Jewish Ghetto, Synagogue, Tiber Island, Trastevere

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Gladiator Time – Tour Ancient Rome

Customized Tour of the Colosseum and Ancient Rome, an area rich of historical memories. Local Guide at disposal for 3 hrs, skipping the line at the Colosseum

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Princeps Boutique Hotel

The Princeps Rome Monti is an elegant boutique hotel with 20 rooms, occupying the fourth floor of one of the oldest and most impressive palaces of the Monti district, the first district in the heart of historic Rome. The building, whose foundations were included in the large park of the Domus A[…]

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Hotel Paolo II

The hotel Paul II, recently opened, is located in a quiet and tranquil courtyard of houses of the early ‘900 near the St. Peter’s Basilica, the Vatican Museums, the St. Peter’s station and the subway. All rooms, even those with vertical garden, are air conditioned and equipped[…]

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Tree Charme Spagna Boutique Hotel

It’s easy to fall in love with Rome, but to really know her, it takes time and dedication. We everybody at Tree Charme have a great passion for the charm of our city and a desire to share it with our guests. That’s why our motto is “from Tree Charme with love”. We like to find the unique,[…]

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The Hive

If your aim is to travel and discover, if you are searching for experiences, make new friends and encounters, create new bonds, visit the Colosseum or have a walk down Via del Corso, and all of this is no longer sufficient for you… then there is a place in Rome where all of this is possible. Yo[…]

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