beauty and art at every corner
Here, beauty and art can be found at every corner. The Eternal City is filled up with symbols of Roman ancient power and Renaissance charm. There’s infinite abundance of public squares among which it’s worth mentioning Piazza della Madonna dei Monti which attracts crowds of energetic and beautiful people who love chilling out at nights with a glass of aperitif and a piece of pizza. Our second recommendation is Piazza Navona – so amazing in the moonlight that it could be used as a set for a theatrical play.
Rome fountains and green zones
Another landmark is a fountain, or, to be precise, round 2000 fountains which bring refreshment on boiling hot summer days. Stop at magnificent, baroque dell’Acqua Paola located on the top of the Gianicolo hill. Those who come to Rome immediately fall under the spell of magical baroque palaces and villas decorated with marble statues and wonderful frescos. Feeling tired after exciting sightseeing? Rome offers a lot of relaxing zones and greenery. Our favourite public park is definitely Parco degli Acquedotti with an ancient aqueduct. We’d like to take you to all these incredible places…
Rome what to do
One of our friends once said that “when In Rome do as the Romans do”. And that’s definitely true, so let Dolce Vita be your style of life! Start a day with a visit to one of hundreds of cosy bars where the locals meet to drink a cup of the best espresso in the world. Let the rest of the day pass slowly, with tasting Italian cuisine and wine. Don’t worry, “In Places city guide” will take you on the best gastronomic pilgrimage through Rome, to places where smile and kindness rule, and where you can make friends for life.
Rome where to go
“In Places city guide” would like to uncover the soul of Rome to all of you, so follow us through the narrow streets or along the Tiber. Look up at screaming seagulls, stone pine treetops, catch the magic moments and keep them in your heart forever. After all, you’re in the Eternal City!
text: Kate Zaniewska
photo: Krystian Lipiec for IN Places
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