There is nothing in central Rome that beats the incredible layers of history beneath the Basilica di San Clemente in Laterano. We tell you how to visit.
Notorious for having been Il Duce’s residence for nearly 20 years, this park is an eccentric masterpiece rarely visited by tourists.
Self-guided tour: take an unusual trip through Roma Nord to see the Road that linked the ‘Caput Mundi’ to the rest of Europe.
The further you get from the dome, the bigger it gets! This amazing view of St Peter’s is from the residential street of Via Niccolò Piccolomini.
There’s a regular, fast train route running across Rome that can rocket you between Rome’s major metropolitan areas at high speed and next to no cost – and almost no visitors know about it.
A fascinating stroll through a historic district off the beaten tourist path. From the stunning basilica of Santa Maria Maggiore to the Santa Prassede basilicas, through a late 19th century planned residential area with deeply ancient roots. A side of Rome that is close to the center, yet rarely visited.
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