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Destination Guide Rome
How We See Rome
It’s not a surprise that Rome is called the Eternal City. In one perspective your eye catches an old Roman temple, a baroque church, a rationalist building or a super contemporary rooftop terrace. Eternity doesn’t need Hype, it’s just timelessly fascinating and pulsating. Rome offers the perfect mix between art of all times, the best food, a slow lifestyle and the most important attraction: the Romans.
When In Rome, You Must
Via dei Banchi Vecchi, 14, 00186 Roma RM.
The Via Appia Antica
The Via Appia Antica, Rome
Palazzo Barberini – Galleria Nazionale d’arte Antica
Via delle Quattro Fontane, 13, 00184
Via del Conservatorio, 58, 00186 Roma RM
Know Before You Go
Guests should review government guidance to confirm eligibility to travel & stay at hotel. Face coverings are required in all indoor public areas.
Talk Like A Local
Know the slang of the city.
Annamo a magna
‘anna_mo a manjah exclamation
Used in the roman dialect to invite people to go have something to eat together.
“Ao raga, ‘annamo a magna’!” Hey guys, let’s go have something to eat!
Where design, fashion, and music connect to create an extraordinary dynamic for the Eternal City
1. The Historic Center
In the heart of Rome, all the most important historical sites can be seen outdoor in a unique long “passeggiata” : Piazza di Spagna, Trevi Fountain, Pantheon, Piazza Navona. With the most famous high end boutiques along the way.
2. Via di Monserrato
For those in the know, every Rome city break should include shopping, drinks and food on the aristocratic Via di Monserrato – now home to some of the city’s finest artisanal and cutting hedge boutiques, small wineries and traditionnal or finest restaurants.
This popular neighborhood has become the place to hang out at night, between bars, music places. Its new food market is the destination for streetfoods addicts.
4. Trastevere Art District
Let’s call it East Trastevere, where young galleries, art foundations have animated the oldest streets of Rome. On Sunday mornings, the entrance of Porta Portese, the flea market, is just around the corner.
Ultimate Access To Rome
An obsessive passion for food and socializing.
Seu Pizza Illuminati
Via Angelo Bargoni, 10 - 18, 00153 Roma
In pizza we trust is Pier Daniel Seu’s motto. The address is a must eat in town.
Retrobottega Via della Stelletta
4, 00186 Roma RM
This contemporary eatery serves innovative Italian food in a fantastic atmosphere.
Piazza di Pietra, 42, 00186 Roma RM
This is a northern European-style bar that is an icon of Romanity since 2004.
Piazza Dante, 8, 00185 Roma RM
A new coffee place in an ex factory with a large and cosy space inside and colorful tables outside in the multicultural neighborhood of Piazza Vittorio.
Piazzale Napoleone I, 00197 Roma RM
The greenest spot in the center of the city is renowned by runners and work out addicts that enjoy the open-air training among sculptures, monuments and fountains.
The Sanctuary Eco-retreat
Via delle Terme di Traiano, 4A, 00184
Just behind the Colosseo, the Sanctuary is the perfect place to chill with a cocktail, have a healthy fusion dinner and maybe, at some point, join the party for an outdoor dancing session around the pool.
What to pack for Rome.
1 Water Bottle
Water bottle: the fountains of Rome also known as “I nasoni” (the big noses) are everywhere in the city and provide continuously fresh limpid water
A pair of sunglasses: Italians wear sunglasses everyday, on the bus, on the metro, essential to warm up the shiny sun of Rome. even if it’s cloudy.
Italian sneaker brands like Diadora or Superga with a revival mood. Ideal to walk in the streets of Rome covered with San Pietrini (paves). Prefer that to flipflop!
4 White Shirt
Keep the style with a classic cotton shirt easily wearable in any season to keep the Italian mood on and cover yourself if you want to go visit one of the 900 churches of the city