Rome is one of the most famous cities in Europe, known for its iconic landmarks, mouth-watering food, and rich history. And, here are some useful facts about Rome for those planning a trip for the first time. Historical Facts on
This itinerary will help you make the most out of 48 hours in Rome, including what to see and what to skip.
Daphne and Apollo One of the marble sculptures we saw in Rome, Italy was breathtaking. Its the Apollo and Daphne sculpture by Gian Lorenzo Bernini located inside the Borghese Gallery, a private gallery that you need an appointment to visit. I
The Roman Forum in Rome, Italy.
Roman Pantheon On our European Vacation we went to Rome, Italy. While we were in Rome we went to see the Roman Pantheon. It is a must see while in Rome. The Roman Pantheon is free to get into. You can
Roman Pantheon - There is no admission to go inside. Are you going on vacation to Rome, Italy anytime soon. If you are, make sure to go see the Pantheon. The Pantheon is a building in Rome, Italy.
A few days ago I was eating at a restaurant and when I looked at the kids menu there was a picture of the Coliseum and I thought "I still can't believe I was actually there". As a historian, I
The Trevi Fountain in Rome. It is carved into the back side of a building. I was surprised when I first saw it. It is obviously very large. We knew we were walking towards it, or atleast trying too. Then
This article looks at just a few of Rome's outstanding churches, many dating back to the Middle Ages or even earlier. While the selections chosen here are all outstanding examples, this list is by no means exhaustive. It's closer to