You cannot miss visiting Rome at least once in your lifetime. If you are patient and persistent, this unique city will slowly reveal its many faces to you; it will tell you a fascinating, mysterious story with every step you take in the labyrinth of its stone walls, in the dark of its backstreets, in the breathtaking interiors of countless marvelous buildings. It is a story of people, places and events; a story of a world closed within seven hills.

Rome, which shaped the West European culture in the ancient times, is a city of contrasts today. The noisy atmosphere of an endless stream of people and traffic clashes against the majestic facades of palaces; dust covers cobbled backstreets leading to the beauty of masterpieces of Raphael, Michelangelo, Bernini or Caravaggio hidden in the interiors of glorious churches; ancient ruins border Renaissance palaces, Baroque fountains and modern architecture of housing estates.

It will be my great pleasure to show you the beauty of the former capital of the Roman Empire, the city of Caesars and popes, the capital of Italy – its sights and squares, museums and parks; its folklore and traditional cuisine, the everyday life and the temperament of its residents; the magical unique charm of the Eternal City, which is simply irresistible.

In the offer you can choose from, you will find traditional tourist routes which will take you to the most significant attractions of Rome and which will be an excellent starting point to embrace its atmosphere, such as the Vatican, Antique Rome, Baroque Rome and Christian Rome, as well as themed routes, such as following the footsteps of Caravaggio, Bernini, Borromini...

I also suggest some routes taking you outside the city walls to places famous since the ancient times,  such as Tivoli, Ostia, Palestrina, Cerveteri, Veii or the Castelli Romani, which will add variety to your stay in the capitol of Italy and will provide you with unforgettable memories.
I would like to show you my Rome, with its long history preserved in the bronze clappers of church bells, in the clatter of horses’ hooves on basalt cobblestones, in the fragrance of spring on the Aventine Hill, in the voice of a vendor coaxing you to visit his stall, in the song of cicadas in the crowns of ancient stone pines, in graceful movements of hundreds of Roman cats on the square of Torre Argentina or in the night breeze on the Janiculum Hill.

Feel invited to explore Rome!