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Rome by Wheelchair: Wheelchair Accessible Travel Tips for Rome

Written by on 21. September 2020 in Worth knowing & Tips with 0 Comments
Rome by Wheelchair: Wheelchair Accessible Travel Tips for Rome

Rome by wheelchair. Are you asking yourself: Is Rome accessible by wheelchair? In this article you will find out whether the many cobblestone streets in Rome are suitable for wheelchairs and whether people with disabilities get reduced admission to museums and sights in Rome. Stress-free and barrier-free through Rome – traveling in Rome by wheelchair When […]

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Baths of Caracalla in Rome

Written by on 21. September 2020 in Rome Sights with 0 Comments
Baths of Caracalla in Rome

Baths of Caracalla. The Caracalla thermal baths are one of the places that you should definitely visit to really understand the immense size and daily life of ancient Rome. Of course, the forums (both the Roman Forum and the Fori Imperiali, the Imperial Forums) and the Colosseum also fulfill this function. The Caracalla thermal baths, […]

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The beautiful district of Trastevere in Rome

Written by on 21. September 2020 in Rome Sights with 0 Comments
The beautiful district of Trastevere in Rome

Trastevere Rome. He core de Roma – the heart of Rome! The Trastevere district is undoubtedly one of the most characteristic and popular areas in the Italian capital and the Roman way of life. A colorful mix of old-fashioned alleys, charming squares, small shops, bars and typical restaurants. What makes Trastevere so special and why […]

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Spring in Rome: 10 reasons to come to Rome in the spring

Written by on 5. June 2020 in Holidays/ Events with 0 Comments
Spring in Rome: 10 reasons to come to Rome in the spring

Spring in Rome. Rome is wonderful and always worth a visit. But one season unfolds a very special magic in the Eternal City. I am talking about spring! In this article, I’ll give you 10 reasons why you should definitely visit Rome in the spring. Spring Rome: 10 reasons why you should visit Rome in […]

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Best flea markets in Rome

Written by on 25. February 2020 in Rome Sights with 0 Comments
Best flea markets in Rome

Flea markets in Rome. Flea markets are such a thing – either you love or you hate them. I personally love not just only shopping off the peg, but also always looking for objects that already have a story and to give them a second life. Especially on vacation I like to take time to […]

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Markets in Rome

Written by on 20. February 2020 in Eat and Drink with 0 Comments
Markets in Rome

Markets in Rome. No matter whether weekly, farmer or flea market: markets are becoming more and more a popular attraction. Rome really has a lot to offer in this regard. The markets in Rome are really diverse, colorful and full of history – just like the city itself. In this article I will introduce you […]

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Campo de’ Fiori in Rome

Written by on 5. June 2020 in Rome Sights with 0 Comments
Campo de’ Fiori in Rome

Campo de‘ Fiori in Rome. Oh Rome, you have so many beautiful and unique places that enchant me again and again. One of the many, however, particularly appealed to me. The Campo de ’Fiori. Why this marketplace of all places makes me so enthusiastic is probably because, like Rome itself, it is such a wonderfully […]

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Capitoline Museums in Rome

Written by on 5. June 2020 in Rome Sights with 0 Comments
Capitoline Museums in Rome

Capitonline Museums Rome. The Capitoline Museums are a museum complex of the city of Rome and today consist of several collections of antiquities and art galleries. In addition to the Vatican Museums, the Capitoline Museums are some of Rome’s most famous sights included the Capitoline Wolf or the colossal statue of Constantine. For your visit […]

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Zoo in Rome

Written by on 4. February 2020 in Rome Sights with 0 Comments
Zoo in Rome

Zoo in Rome. I know what some of you might think now. Why should I go to the zoo in Rome of all places when the Italian capital offers such an incredible wealth of history, culture and art like no other? The answer ist quite easy. Because it’s worth it! And by the way, this […]

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Vittorio Emanuele II Monument: History, architecture and view

Written by on 5. June 2020 in Rome Sights with 0 Comments
Vittorio Emanuele II Monument: History, architecture and view

Vittorio Emanuele II Rome. It is almost impossible to spend a few days in Rome without passing this impressive building. This time it is not the Colosseum and not St. Peter’s Basilica that are meant, but the national monument in honor of Viktor Emanuel II. In the following article, I will tell you what this […]

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Zoo in Rome (Bioparco)

Written by on 5. June 2020 in Rome with Kids with 0 Comments
Zoo in Rome (Bioparco)

Zoo in Rome. I know what some of you might think now. Why should I visit the zoo in Rome when the Italian capital offers such an incredible wealth of history, culture and art like no other? The answer is quite easy. Because it’s worth it! And by the way, this does not only apply […]

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7 hills of Rome

Written by on 5. June 2020 in Rome Sights with 0 Comments
7 hills of Rome

7 hills of Rome. Rome was not built in one day, but on seven hills. The history of the Seven Hills of Rome is not just a legend that states that the city was originally built on seven different Roman hills. For you, it is a good place to start exploring Rome and learning more […]

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Top 10 Hostels in Rome

Written by on 5. June 2020 in Accommodations with 0 Comments
Top 10 Hostels in Rome

Top 10 Hostels Rome. Wether traveling in a large groupe, solo or with a tight budget, for many travelers hostels are the ideal accommodation for a city trip. In big cities like Rome you can find a large range of different hostels. In order for you to make your choice easier regarding all the offers, […]

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Main Station Termini in Rome

Written by on 5. June 2020 in Public Transport with 0 Comments
Main Station Termini in Rome

Rome Central Station Termini. It does not matter if you have to take a train, if you want to go to the airport, take a day trip or change from one subway line to another. Rome’s central station, the Stazione Roma Termini, is very important in Rome. In order for you to fully understand Rome’s […]

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Rome Day Trips: Great destinations in Rome’s surroundings

Written by on 9. December 2019 in day-trip, Rome Sights with 1 Comment
Rome Day Trips: Great destinations in Rome’s surroundings

Rome day trips. Rome is a magnificent and, above all, multi-layered city, with so much culture and history to offer, that there is no chance of getting bored. But also in Rome’s surroundings some highlights are hidden that you should not miss. Honestly, such a day at the sea, on the lake, in the wineyards […]

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Rome for free

Written by on 3. December 2019 in Worth knowing & Tips with 0 Comments
Rome for free

Rome for free. Rome is a European metropolis that is unparalleled. From antiquity to the Middle Ages and the Renaissance to modern times. Hardly any city offers such a colorful mix of history, art, culture and architecture. That’s why Rome attracts many tourists year after year and is one of the most popular cities in […]

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The Aventine secret keyhole

Written by on 5. June 2020 in Rome Sights with 1 Comment
The Aventine secret keyhole

Aventine: The secret keyhole. Rome is a big and multifaceted city with a lot to visit. But today it’s not about the big and famous sights like the Colosseum, St. Peter’s Basilica, the Fontana di Trevi & co. Here I would like to introduce you to a very special insider tip for Rome that most […]

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The most beautiful squares in Rome

Written by on 12. November 2019 in Rome Sights with 4 Comments
The most beautiful squares in Rome

The most beautiful squares in Rome. Without its piazzas, Italy would definitely not be the same. The urban outdoor living room that the Italians affectionately call “piazza” is an integral part of every town and village in Bella Italia. This is where life takes place. Thus, the piazza is a very central part of the […]

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Sistine Chapel in Rome

Written by on 12. November 2019 in Rome Sights with 0 Comments
Sistine Chapel in Rome

Sistine Chapel in Rome. Millions of tourists from all over the world come to the Vatican every year to see the famous Sistine Chapel with their own eyes. But the Sistine Chapel is much more than just a tourist magnet. It is more than just a program item that needs to be checked off quickly. […]

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Tiber banks in Rome: Things to do on the banks of the Tiber river

Written by on 5. June 2020 in Rome Sights with 2 Comments
Tiber banks in Rome: Things to do on the banks of the Tiber river

Tiber banks in Rome. Almost every major city has its river: Paris the Seine, London the Thames, Berlin the Spree, and the Tiber splits Rome into western and eastern flanks. For a long time I paid little attention to Rome’s river. And yet Rome, without its river winding behind the high walls of the Italian […]

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