Our travel guide for the historic city of Rome contains the perfect itinerary that will ensure your time in the city is well spent. Between the various stay, eat, shop, and nightlife reccomendations, there are a multitude of options available at your disposal. Follow us along as we take you through the magical city of Rome!


Gran Meliá Rome Villa Agrippina

This 5 star hotel provides guests with beautiful gardens, a luxurious spa, and exquisite dining options. Its location along the Tiber River makes guests perfectly situated near Vatican City, as well as the cultural heart of Rome.

Hotel de Russie

Situated between the Spanish Steps and Piazza del Popolo, this elegant hotel features beautiful gardens, stylish rooms, and a serene atmosphere in the midst of Rome's bustling streets. If you're looking for a greenery filled getaway, Hotel de Russie is the place to be!

Rome Cavalieri, A Waldorf Astoria Hotel

Given the hotels location atop Monte Mario, guests can take in the astonishing view of the Vatican, as well as the Rome skyline from the property. In addition to beautiful sights to see, the hotel decor embodies Roman lavishness that makes any room fit for royalty.

Fendi Private Suites

Located in the floors above the infamous Fendi flagship store, the seven Fendi Private Suites are the definition of luxury and elegance. With complimentary room service each morning, as well as a rooftop resturant and bar, guests are guarenteed to feel like nobility. If you are looking for a high end hotel in the middle of Romes luxury fashion sector, the Fendi Private Suites are for you!


Rione 13 Ristorante

Located on the outskirts of Trastevere, Romes culinary quarters, Rione 13 has some of the best offerings of traditional Roman dishes with an elevated twist. Customer favorites include the Carbonara, the Ravioli, and of course their brick oven pizzas.

Antigua Tazza d'Oro

If your goal is to find an authentic Roman bar, Antigua Tazza d'Oro is the spot for you! Constantly frequented by Roman locals, this bar is a guarenteed spot for true italian coffee. From espressos and cappucinos, to granita and more, this bar close to the Pantheon ensures you a great pick me up during your sight seeing adventures.


Located just a few doors down from Rione 13, Fatamorgana is a must try if you are visiting Rome. With their dozens of flavors being all natural and gluten free, there is no doubt that you will find the perfect flavor for you! Insider tip- don't forget to ask for whipped cream on top!


Arguably the best street food in all of Rome can be found in this tiny shop named Supplì. Named after the Roman specialty Supplì, a fried ball of rice and tomato sauce, this hole in the wall offers an assortment of Suppli flavors, Roman pizza slices, pastas, and more. Due to its popularity, be sure to beat the usual line out the door by visiting between lunch and dinner hours!


Via dei Condotti

If you are hoping to shop at any of the big Italian luxury stores during your time abroad, walking along Via dei Condotti ensures you will find exactly what you are looking for. Known for its luxury brands, Via Condotti is where you'll find designer stores like Gucci, Prada, Brunello Cucinello, Max Mara and more! While you are there, be sure to snap a picture of the Spanish Steps!


Porta Portese

This Sunday market is not for the weak! With vendors starting to set up their booths in the middle of the night, this flea market that opens at 7am is flooded with customers from the second it opens. Here you can find antique trinekets, film cameras, coats, boots, electronics, toys, and more! Though this is an intensive outing, there is no doubt that you will leave the market with a unique keepsake to take home with you.

Via del Corso

This bustling street is one of Rome's main shopping thoroughfares, lined with a mix of high-end stores, international chains, and smaller boutiques. If you are looking for mainstream retailers such as Zara and H&M, or are in need of beauty items at Sephora and L'Occitane, you can find everything you are looking for on this street. Put on your comfy shoes because this street is filled with tons of stores that you won't want to miss!  

Campo de' Fiori Market

Campo de' Fiori Market is one of Rome's most famous and bustling markets, located in the heart of the city. Here's what you can expect when you visit: fresh produce, flowers, local products, and street food. Campo de' Fiori Market is typically open in the mornings, Monday through Saturday, and is closed on Sundays. It's a must-visit destination for anyone looking to experience the vibrant culinary scene and local culture of Rome.


Ex Dogana

Ex Dogana is a cultural and entertainment complex located in Rome, Italy. The name "Ex Dogana" translates to "former customs house," indicating the historical significance of the venue. Whether you're looking for a night of dancing, an art exhibition, or a cultural event, Ex Dogana offers something for everyone in Rome's vibrant cultural landscape.

Bar San Calisto

Bar San Calisto is a historic and iconic bar located in the lively Trastevere neighborhood of Rome. Bar San Calisto is a quintessential Roman bar that captures the spirit of Trastevere's bohemian charm. Whether you're stopping by for a quick coffee, a leisurely drink, or a late-night snack, it offers a warm welcome and a taste of authentic Roman hospitality.

Circolo degli Illuminati

Circolo degli Illuminati is a popular nightclub located in the San Lorenzo district of Rome. What sets it apart is its unique setting—it's housed within a former church, adding a distinctive atmosphere to its nightlife experience. The club is known for its eclectic mix of music, with a focus on electronic dance music (EDM), house, techno, and other contemporary genres.

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