Rome has an unparalleled wealth of art and architecture and delicious food.
From the ruined arches of the Colosseum to the granite Corinthian columns of the Pantheon and the eery Catacombs, Rome’s ancient history is astonishing.

Checking out Michelangelo’s Piazza del Campidoglio is a must.

As is a visit to the city within a city, the Vatican. St Peter’s is the greatest church in all Christendom, with its 448-foot dome by Michelangelo. The Sistine Chapel will leave you speechless.

When in Rome I like to wander without a map. Wander among the beautiful crowds and mopeds of the Via del Corso. Or trace the midnight dashes of La Dolce Vita from Campo de Fiori to Spanish Steps and the Fontana di Trevi.

Rome also knows how to eat. For cheap, jolly Roman food, try the noisy eateries of the Testaccio district. For pasta, the L’Asino Di Oro in Monti. For tartufo and an impressive Piazza Navona setting, Tre Scalini.

If you’d like to know more about Rome or which district to choose for dining or visiting, feel free to contact us. We’ll be happy to advise on a person-to-person basis and help you find whatever it is you’re looking for.