General Information

Geography - Map, Altimetrical zones of Region,...

Italy map Italy is a mountainous country, with the Alps as the northern boundary and the Apennine

Rome Traffic Restrictions

Rome Traffic Restrictions, Italy Tourists in Rome and other Italian cities need to know that the cities have restricted

Rome Tourist Board

Rome Tourist Board, Italy The Azienda di Promozione Turistica di Roma (Rome Tourist Board) welcomes tourists by

Restaurants In Rome

Restaurants In Rome, Italy The Azienda di Promozione Turistica di Roma (Tourist Board of Rome) supports the

Transportation

Rome Underground METRO Lines System and Trains

Rome Underground METRO Lines System, Italy Rome's metro system is very useful and quite safe as long as you are alert. Although the

Getting Around Rome By Bike and Bicycle

Getting Around Rome By Bike and Bicycle, Italy Even moderately experienced cyclists, however, may find that cycling through Rome's

Rome Traffic Restrictions

Rome Traffic Restrictions, Italy Tourists in Rome and other Italian cities need to know that the cities have restricted

Rome Tourist Board

Rome Tourist Board, Italy The Azienda di Promozione Turistica di Roma (Rome Tourist Board) welcomes tourists by

Museums, Monuments

Doria Pamphilj (Pamphili) Museum Gallery In...

Doria Pamphilj Museum Gallery, Rome, Italy The Doria Pamphilj Gallery (also spelled Doria Pamphili Gallery) is a large art

The Victor Emmanuel Monument, Rome

National Monument of Victor Emmanuel II, Piazza Venezia, Rome Starting June 2, 2002, Anniversary of the Italian Republic, the Victor Emmanuel Monument

Vatican Museum's Pinacoteca (Picture/...

Vatican Museum's, Vatican City, Rome Vatican's Pinacoteca, Musei Vaticani / Vatican Museum's Pinacoteca (Picture/Painting

Cortile della Pigna, Vatican City, Rome

Cortile della Pigna, Vatican City, Rome The Courtyard of Pine-Cone takes this curious name from a huge (4m high) bronze pine-cone

Church (Chiesa)

Basilica of St. Giovanni in Laterano (St John...

Basilica of St. Giovanni in Laterano, Italy The cathedral, whose full name is: Patriarcal Arcibasilica and Cathedral of Holy Saviour

The seven Basilicas - Pilgrim Churches of Rome

Medieval Basilicas of Rome - Pilgrim Churches of Rome, Italy During the years of imperial persecutions, the one of Diocleziano in particular was

Church/ Chiesa di Sant'Ignazio di Loyola...

Inside the Church of Saint Ignatius at Campo Marzio (Campus Martius) It was erected by Jesuits on the site of previous Chiesetta dell'Annunziata, which was

Church/Chiesa dei SS.Ambrogio e Carlo (San...

Church/Chiesa dei SS.Ambrogio e Carlo (San Carlo al Corso), Rome Popularly the church is named Chiesa di S.Carlo al Corso. It is a "national" church of

Place to visit

Palazzo Capranica, Piazza Capranica, Rome

Palazzo Capranica, Rome It was built in 1457 by cardinal Domenico Capranica, who wanted settle here a school.

Doria Pamphilj (Pamphili) Museum Gallery In...

Doria Pamphilj Museum Gallery, Rome, Italy The Doria Pamphilj Gallery (also spelled Doria Pamphili Gallery) is a large art

Palazzo di Nicolo V (Sistine Chapel), Vatican...

Palazzo di Nicolo V (Sistine Chapel/Cappella Sistina), Vatican City, Rome Before the migration to Avignon in 1309, the Pope and the Curia lived in Lateran palace.

Vatican Museum's Pinacoteca (Picture/...

Vatican Museum's, Vatican City, Rome Vatican's Pinacoteca, Musei Vaticani / Vatican Museum's Pinacoteca (Picture/Painting

Palazzo and Piazza

Palazzo Capranica, Piazza Capranica, Rome

Palazzo Capranica, Rome It was built in 1457 by cardinal Domenico Capranica, who wanted settle here a school.

Doria Pamphilj (Pamphili) Museum Gallery In...

Doria Pamphilj Museum Gallery, Rome, Italy The Doria Pamphilj Gallery (also spelled Doria Pamphili Gallery) is a large art

Palazzo di Nicolo V (Sistine Chapel), Vatican...

Palazzo di Nicolo V (Sistine Chapel/Cappella Sistina), Vatican City, Rome Before the migration to Avignon in 1309, the Pope and the Curia lived in Lateran palace.

Piazza del Campidoglio on the Capitoline Hill,...

Piazza del Campidoglio on the Capitoline Hill, Rome, Italy This itinerary can start from nowhere else but the Piazza del Campidoglio, situated on

Fountains (Fontana)

Fontana di Trevi (Trevi Fountain), Rome

Trevi Fountain at Piazza di Trevi, Rome Fontana di Trevi (Trevi Fountain) is one of the most famous sights of Rome, and of the

Piazza della Rotonda and Its Fountain (Fontana...

Piazza della Rotonda, Rome This square in front of Pantheon was given its medieval name "della Rotonda" by Romans,

Major Squares and Fountains in Rome

Major Squares and Fountains in Rome, Italy Undoubtedly there is no city in the world that has more waters and fountains than Rome.

Piazza Navona - Square With 3 Fountains: Fiumi (...

obelisk of Navona square (Obelisco di piazza Navona), Rome The square repeats in its dimensions and form the Stadio di Domiziano (Stadium of

Vatican City

Palazzo di Nicolo V (Sistine Chapel), Vatican...

Palazzo di Nicolo V (Sistine Chapel/Cappella Sistina), Vatican City, Rome Before the migration to Avignon in 1309, the Pope and the Curia lived in Lateran palace.

Vatican Museum's Pinacoteca (Picture/...

Vatican Museum's, Vatican City, Rome Vatican's Pinacoteca, Musei Vaticani / Vatican Museum's Pinacoteca (Picture/Painting

Cortile della Pigna, Vatican City, Rome

Cortile della Pigna, Vatican City, Rome The Courtyard of Pine-Cone takes this curious name from a huge (4m high) bronze pine-cone

Cortile del Belvedere (Belvedere courtyard)

Cortile del Belvedere(Belvedere courtyard) Pope Julius II and Bramante made a project to connect an ancient pontifical palace on the