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    Time-Travelling Tips: A Couple’s Guide to Rome

    If you’re planning a trip to Rome with your significant other, prepare to be enchanted by the city's timeless beauty


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    Ultimate Vacation: A guide to visit Rome in June

    If you are thinking of visiting Rome in June, there are many activities you should consider, to make your vacation just a little more "extra


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    Skip the Lines: Expert Tips for Planning Your Hassle-Free Tour of Rome’s Wonders

    This article provides practical tips for avoiding long waits and optimizing visits to Rome's attractions, suggesting advance purchase of skip-the-line tickets through reliable platforms and careful tour planning.


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    Spring Fling in Rome: What’s not to love?

    Springtime in Rome dances to its own tune, and trust us, it's a remarkable show! Picture this: April and May roll around, and suddenly you find yourself in the midst of Mediterranean magic.


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    Light & Efficient: Packing Tips for Exploring the Eternal City

    To embark on a journey to Rome is to prepare for a ballet of history and style. This concise guide highlights the essentials for a light and efficient suitcase, ensuring you can navigate the Eternal City with ease.


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    Discover Calcata : Italy’s bohemian village in the sky

    If you’re tired of the Chaos of the city, even if it’s the most beautiful city in the World Rome, we’d like to offer you one of our favorite destinations and completely out of the ordinary.


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    Civita di Bagnoregio: enchanting Ghost Town

    Explore the unique history, stunning landscapes, and must-see attractions in Civita di Bagnoregio, an enchanting Italian hillside village. Discover Italy's hidden charm today!


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    Lake Bracciano: Hidden Gem in Italy

    Explore Lake Bracciano, a tranquil escape near Rome. Discover boating, hiking, and charming towns. Dive into local cuisine and traditions. Uncover the beauty of Italy's countryside


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    A relaxing daytrip to Saturnia’s Hot springs

    The Saturnia Hot Springs have been famous Thermal baths since the Etruscan-Roman Era, when even Kings, Emperors and Popes were accustomed to spending their vacation in the heights of leisur


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    Rome’s birthday, April 21: legends and history

    The City of Rome was born on April 21st on what is called Rome's Christmas, il Natale di Roma, 2776 years ago!


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    A guide to easter in Rome: all you need to know before plan your visit

    As Easter approaches, you must be ready to learn about all that Easter in Rome has to offer during that week. A fascinating whirlwind of different things to do, traditions that take place and the atmosphere is just a little more “homey” and welcoming.


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    7 things to know about Spanish Square

    Spanish square, is one of the most important Catwalks in Rome, a place full of history and traditions. As if the Fountain of the Barcaccia, the Trinità dei Monti and the in vogue street of Via dei Condotti wasn't enough, Spanish Square is custodian of tons of curiosities.


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    20 Best attractions in Rome to visit and see

    Rome is an incredible city, full of places to visit, some more known than others, although all equally important.


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    When was the Sistine Chapel painted and other curiosities

    Explore the Sistine Chapel, one of the main event in the itinerary of many tourists from all over the world.


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    Christmas in Rome: the top things to do

    Visit Rome in December and you'll be surprised by how many wonderful things there are to do. Especially during Christmas Holidays.


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    Pantheon of Rome: history and facts

    A Greek word that means Temple of all the Gods, the Pantheon of Rome is one of the most beautifully preserved examples of Ancient Roman Architecture.


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    A guide to Trevi Fountain in Rome

    The Trevi Fountain in Rome is certainly an unmissable venue for first time visitors and affectionate tourists in the Eternal city


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    7 curious facts about the Colosseum

    Impossible to visit Rome and walk through one of the most scenic streets of the City, Via dei Fori Imperiali, without having it appear right before your eyes in all his majesty, the Colosseum! You cannot miss it.


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    Odescalchi Castle, all you need to know

    A few kilometers out of the Eternal city, it is possible to visit one of the most beautiful and imposing abodes in Europe, the Odescalchi Castle, which rises above the homonymous lake.


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    Bracciano Lake Private Tour

    Lake Bracciano Tour, one of our favorite shore excursions! If you want to do something different, while docked, consider a relaxing day in the country, to explore the enchanted Lake Bracciano and its Surrounding villages! If you are docked in Civitavecchia Port, a great alternative to the classic Rome tours, would be this particular tour. Lake Bracciano is just a few miles away from Rome, and yet it is totally immersed in a completely different atmosphere. Fully immersed in the "hilly" countryside, this Volcanic lake is surrounded by 3 tiny villages. Bracciano, Trevignano Romano, and Anguillara Sabazia. Quaint villages, of Medieval wonder and rustic charm, surrounded by green hills, in a beautiful setting. The most famous of these villages would be Bracciano Bracciano is a Medieval town perched on the hillside, overlooking the lake. Famous for its amazing 15th century Orsini-Odescalchi Castle. Visited by important personalities such as John Kennedy and Tina Turner, and of course Tom Cruise and Katie Holmes’, as their wedding venue. The old part of town surrounding the Castle is definitely worth a visit. It is exactly what you would expect of a Castle and its village. And inside the Castle, everything is immaculate and preserved completely. With original Tapestries hanging from the ceilings, crystal chandeliers, Halls and Galleries and even an exposition of old armors and weapons. And the views from the gardens are absolutely magical. *Upon request, if you'd like to visit the Castle of Bracciano, you can buy your ticket at the booth and as an alternative to the group tours which they usually arrange, a great way to visit the Castle and its museum is to create your personal, fun itinerary to visit the estate on your own. With the delightful help of a video and audio guide, that you can easily download on your phone by scanning a QR code at the entrance. With wonderful explanations, videos and more. Another charming town is Anguillara, with a beautiful vista This small village hosts a beautiful medieval city center, nestled on a hill overlooking the lake. It's such a charming little town. Famous all over the World, for hosting an episode of the tv show "Everybody loves Raymond". And finally, Trevignano Romano! This gorgeous town, a little smaller than Bracciano or Anguillara, is one of the most frequented towns in the Countryside of Rome. There are cliffs, there are historical buildings, there are ruins of Ancient fortresses, there is a beautiful beach, and lake side promenade. This town has it all! And it's quite old too! In fact there is proof that the presence of people in this territory dates back to the Paleolithic! This village simply reflects and beauty, the traditions and the eagerness to preserve it’s ancient history. The architecture and rustic features are simply breathtaking. We highly recommend opting for a lunch in one of the many restaurants with an exclusive position overlooking the lake! A chance to taste some local delicacies and enjoy breathtaking views. However, upon request of course, we offer a personalized option to consider: We can arrange, for a small additional cost, a full meal with beverages in a unique location. A beautiful terrace overlooking the lake, with a privileged panoramic scene. Although the menu may change depending on the seasonal specialties, the personalized lunch would typically include: A jubilation of different home-made appetizer, bruschettas, frittatas and so on Homemade “pasta” dish served with delicious sauce or other Local home-made desserts All served with sparkling water and carefully selected local wine If you'd like to take advantage of this option of "Lunch in the Veranda on the lake", you can select this during the booking process, to add directly to the cost of the tour. After lunch, your tour driver will make one final stop to Calcata, one of the best preserved medieval hill towns in Italy. Calcata is a magical, medieval destination that’s perfect for art lovers. It is a tiny little village, entirely carved in stone on a cliff that overlooks the forrest below. It is a very fascinating place to see, although its position is not very hospitable to live in permanently. In fact the only few citizens in Calcata today, are often writers, singers, artists, hermits or just people in search of inspiration in this mystical isolation you will encounter first hand. During this tour you can notice how the different towns in the Lake Bracciano area all have their own trait. They are all unique in their own way, history and traditions. You will very much enjoy this private shore excursion. What a great opportunity to explore the more Authentic aspect of life in Italy!

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    Orvieto and Bagnoregio from Rome

    Orvieto is perched on a plateau of tufo rock (soft volcanic rock) that was once an island in the sea covering the Paglia Valley below. Here, you will have time to explore one of the finest Duomos in Italy, a gem of Gothic architecture and take an hour long tour of the underground city with its winding tunnels and Etruscan artifacts. Explore 3,000 years of history by following the ancient hidden passages, tunnels, stairs, and rooms. Another important stop is St. Patrick’s Well. This 203 feet deep well showcases double-spiral staircases for easier access to the water. Experience a delightful lunch with delicious local wine. Your tour driver will be happy to can suggest some local restaurants in the area for an authentic “Umbrian” lunch. After exploring this charming town with amazing views, you will head to Civita Bagnoregio, an almost deserted town accessible only by a foot bridge. With only 25-50 inhabitants, it mirrors a ghost town. Stroll the narrow streets, and marvel at the existence of a place where time stopped several hundred years ago. Enjoy a visit to an ancient olive oil press, originally built by the Etruscans from this area. This tour will allow you to explore the unique history of this fascinating area. At the end of the tour we will return to Rome.

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