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Imperial Forum

In ancient times the Forum was a marshy area. Only from the end of the 7th century BC, after the reclamation of the valley, did the Roman Forum begin to take shape, destined to remain the center of public life for over a millennium. Over the centuries the various monuments were built: first the buildings for political, religious and… Read More »Imperial Forum

Palatine Hill

The remains of the Iron Age settlements referable to the oldest nucleus of the city of Rome are preserved on  the Palatine Hill . The hill was the seat of important city cults, including that of the Magna Mater (Cybele) and, between the 2nd and 1st centuries BC, became the residential district of the Roman aristocracy, with elegant residences… Read More »Palatine Hill



The Colosseum is the most visited monument in Italy, for its exceptional architecture, for the fame of gladiators and games, for its fortune over the centuries, from medieval and Christian to ideological reuse that have made it the symbol of an empire and today that of the city of Rome and the world. The Flavian Amphitheater, more… Read More »Colosseo


Domus Aurea

What remains of Nero ‘s palace preserves in grandiloquent architecture the secret wonders of Roman painting, rediscovered in the Renaissance and destined to fascinate today’s visitor, thanks also to the virtual reconstructions of the rooms.  The emperor Nero after the devastating fire of 64 AD, which destroyed much of the center of Rome, began the construction of a new… Read More »Domus Aurea


Flavors of Roman cuisine

In the heart of Rome, in a unique historical setting, Da Francesco is born , where you can taste the recipes handed down from generation to generation with typical Roman pizza and pasta, as well as abundant seconds. In Trastevere, on the other hand, Ombre Rosse , offers Roman-style first courses and American-style second courses. And then appetizers, treats, homemade desserts… Read More »Flavors of Roman cuisine



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