Category Archives: Rome Walking Tours

Barracco Museum in Rome | Rome Off the Beaten Path Attractions

Just off Camp de Fiori in the heart Rome an enchanting Renaissance palace designed by Antonio da Sangallo the Younger between 1516 and 1523 houses the little known Barracco Museum and its fine collection of priceless ancient sculptures. The Museo Barracco located in the Farnesina Palace on the Street of the trunk makers features a… Read More »

Welcome to Rome | Travel Rome Tips | Tour Rome like a Local

Welcome to Rome! Discover the Eternal City of Rome and her ancient history, roam Rome narrow alleys and baroque squares, explore the artistic masterpieces and the architectural beauties hidden behind every corner, enjoy Rome traditional food and lively restaurants where the Romans eat! Rome is a very safe place just make sure to follow these… Read More »

Rome Basilica of Saint Paul Outside the Walls | Churches in Rome | Walking Rome Tour

In Rome less than a mile away from the Aurelian walls raises one of the four Rome Papal Basilicas, the Basilica of Saint Paul Outside the Walls (San Paolo Fuori le Mura in Italian). Around the year AD 65 the Apostle Paul was sentenced to death and because he was Roman, he was taken outside… Read More »

Walking Rome Tour | Rome Trastevere Restaurants | Rome Delicious Bites

Trastevere is one of the best-known areas in Rome and a place to explore little by little, discovering its stunning squares, narrow alleys, medieval churches and renaissance buildings. Start your Trastevere stroll from the Janiculum hill and enjoy a romantic view of Rome from Il Fontanone, a huge fountain rising high above the Trastevere neighborhood,… Read More »

Jewish Rome Tour | Best Jewish Food in Rome | Walking Rome Tour

When in Rome take the opportunity to visit the Jewish ghetto and enjoy its traditional Roman Jewish restaurants and Jewish museum of Rome