The SUPER ticket is a skip the line cumulative 2 days ticket that allows you to enjoy some specific sites both at the Roman Forum and the Palatine Hill enhanced with projections, light mapping and voice narration, together with the usual Colosseum, Roman Forum and Palatine Hill.
When in Rome you will be asked which side are you on between Roman and Jewish artichokes.Then get ready and take some notes.
Are you getting too caught up in the hustle and hassle of making your way through Rome? Do you need a moment to get the big picture? We would love to help you get a new perspective! Here’s our list of the 5 best views in Rome! Take some time out, rise above the busy […]
Exploring the history of Rome is like putting together a giant 3D jigsaw puzzle, only with many of the pieces still missing. Our guides love to tell you the secret bits of knowledge that help fill in the gaps – or make you wonder. Now virtual reality and multimedia installations are adding even more pieces, […]
Rome is magical in the summer time, yes it’s hot – sometimes too hot – but the city comes alive and sparkles with beauty and energy unlike at any other time of the year. It will make you want to stay out all night and enjoy every drop of la dolce vita. There are so […]
In the ancient world, the Romans were on top of their laundry game. Innovative and industrious, they were able to clean their linens and fund government infrastructure. These two initiatives were accomplished through a very special ingredient that everyone on the planet is familiar with today: Urine. That’s right, the ancient Romans used pee to […]
It’s no secret that Thanksgiving isn’t celebrated in Rome (or anywhere else in Italy, for that matter). In fact, your search for cranberry sauce could easily devolve into an Amazing Journey storyline primed to become a wacky blockbuster hit. However, if you’re far away from home and feeling teary-eyed over turkey, here are five reasons […]
Whether through fresco, sculpture or architecture, Michelangelo is the poster child of the High Renaissance While his passport would say Michelangelo di Lodovico Buonarroti Simoni, the artist’s enduring fame means that most of us refer to him as if he were that good friend we keep meaning to have coffee with. For anyone who’s heard […]
Image courtesy of Ruth Orkin Romans find open curiosity as natural as breathing For some cultures, it’s rude to stare. In the Eternal City however, a frank glance or a lingering gaze is a manifestation of an inquisitive culture. Or let’s face it, unabashed attraction. Many newcomers to Rome are often taken aback at the degree […]
Said no one ever! Unless you’re Anita Ekberg in La Dolce Vita, you can’t frolic in any of Rome’s fountains. So what are they there for? There’s no denying that these magnificent works of art can certainly overshadow the senses (including common sense). Their sheer size, artistry, and compelling stories pull the viewer into an alternate reality that […]