What visit in Rome


Rome, the city of ancient gods, offers you its nectar and ambrosia both in aesthetics and in gastronomy, inviting its visitors to taste the best of its cuisine in ample terraces with charming settings, in tiny restaurants cuddled at a corner of some narrow streets and cute cafés around the Piazza Spagna.

Take a look at our visit guides what to see and where to eat in Rome to find the best offers as to eating out in the city of Rome.

Our guides are for the visitors of Rome who want to experience the city like a local, enjoying the top sights, but also the most hidden gems of Rome and its surroundings.

If you have decided to spent a few days (or hopefully more!) visiting Rome, you should totally have a glance at our city guide to get a broader vision of the city of Rome where we have some useful tips on what to see, what to do and where to eat in Rome.

And if you are into small towns, we have something for you, too. The towns surrounding Rome are impressive, one of them being the emblematic town of Calcata on top of a massive rock and hugged by green hills. A breath-taking view from the towns’ natural balconies, and, it goes without saying, authentic Italian food in a romantic little restaurant. Wooden chairs, red and white square table cloth and of course, meals that will leave you craving more.