This guided tour will take you to all the important sights of Ancient Rome like the Roman Forum, the Circus Maximus, and of course the famous Colosseum.Read more......
Discover Rome by bike,The tour is a half day ride that will take you to some of the most popular attractions.Read more......
Don't waste your time in the long waiting queue at the Vatican Museum, you can buy your tickets online.Read more......
Learn to ride a segway and then experience a guided tour that leads you along to the highlights of Rome.Read more......
Testaccio is a district that has not yet been discovered by many tourists, but is definitely worth the visit due to its nightlife. This originally working neighborhood is really emerging because of all the clubs and bars that have opened in recent years in the warehouses. This area also has a range of cozy restaurants where you can enjoy authentic Roman cuisine.
The district is named after Monte Testaccio, which is known as an artificial hill in Rome.
This pyramid is the tomb of the Roman Gaius Cestius, a lover of Egypt. The Pyramid of Cestius was built in the year 12 BC.
Porta San Paolo is the gate of Aurelian wall. This port is the beginning of the street Via Ostiensis. It also connects Rome and Ostia.
This museum is dedicated to Via Ostiense, Porta San Paolo and the important role they once played in ancient Rome. Tourists must go to the Museum of Via Ostiense and see the ancient port city of Ostia.
There is an active daily market (except on Sunday). Testaccio Market is a covered market that offers fresh products such as fish, fruit and spices.
|Neighborhoods in Rome|
|Rome’s entire neighborhood has a sum total of 18 districts. The historical centre, which is roughly just four percent of the area of the entire city. Read more......|
|Pyramid of Cestius|
|The Pyramid of Cestius is so large that you keep looking upward. It has a length of 36.5 meters. Read more......|
|A Quick Overview of the Hotels in Rome|
|There are many hotels in and near the Historic Center of Rome like Colosseum, St Peter’s Basilica, Raphael’s tomb at the Pantheon and Galleria Borghese. Read more......|