Sights

To list all the sights of Rome is almost impossible, and would be quite disorientating. Here you find a list of places that are not to be missed, or places we definitely like to address our guests to.

A drone view over a desert Rome
I found this videos today and I want to share it, just to show how the empty spaces of Rome look like. The Coronavirus is a disaster. A disaster under many aspects, and an empty city is just not natural, weird and scary. But at the same time it is impossible to deny that …
Etruscans, if not in Rome, where? – Discover the Etruscan Museum
The Etruscan Museum of Rome is located right at the edge of Villa Borghese Park, on the opposite side of the Pincio Terrace, on the so called Villa Giulia Area. The Museums, where are stored some of the most important repertoes from the Etruscan civilization (in Italian Peninsula before the Romans), is hosted in …
Borghese Gallery
Set in the biggest park of the center of Rome – park of Villa Borghese – the Borghese Gallery is a small and intimate museum which hosts world-class Sculptures and Paintings from the Baroque Period. Once the private collection of the Cardinal Scipione Borghese, this museum is a must to be seen site of …
Vatican Museums – just around the corner from our bed and breakfast
With its 4 miles of Galleries, the Vatican Museums goes from the Ancient Egypt to modern Art, and includes the Sistine Chapel with the Michelangelo's glorious frescoes and the Raphael Rooms. The Vatican Museums is definitely the most visited site of Rome, so it is essential to plan your visit to it if you …
The Pantheon – The Majesty of the Ancient Rome
Lift up your head on entering. Our attention is caught straightaway by a ray of slanting sunlight shooting down from the "oculus", a 9- metre round aperture at the very top of the dome that illuminates the entire building. If it is raining, watch the falling water disappear into the floor's 22 virtually invisible …
Spanish Steps – The fashion spot of Rome
On entering the piazza, one is immediately taken aback by such elegance: the yellow, brownish ochre-coloured buildings, Bernini's fountain and the celebrated Spanish Steps rising up towards the Church of Trinità  dei Monti, all helping to create a refined, eighteenth century atmosphere. It is therefore no coincidence that high-fashion brands, such as Gucci, Bulgari …
Piazza Navona, the Baroque Masterpiece
Undeniably the most elegant and cheerful of all Roman piazzas, it was built on the site of Stadium of Domitian in the 1st Century A.D. and still preserves its outline. The piazza remains a highly popular meeting place for Romans and tourists alike, who drowsily soak up the sun and atmosphere in open air …