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Celebrate Spring In Rome

With wisteria in full bloom, more hours of daylight and new rooftop openings, springtime is in full swing in the Eternal City! Make the most of the season with some of our favorite experiences and if don’t miss the chance to book additional activities through our brand new dedicated concierge service by emailing



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Dine at Doria Pamphilj


One of the reasons we love Rome is that it’s a very green city: there are dozens of parks, gardens, and leafy piazzas that transport you out into the countryside – even when you’re in the heart of the city! A wonderful way to make the most of the warm weather is to enjoy breakfast, lunch, or even a picnic al fresco at Vivi Bistrot inside Villa Doria Pamphilj, an elegant and sprawling park located between Trastevere and the Vatican. Located within a 19th-century barn, this charming restaurant is beloved for its feminine touches and has a creative menu full of delicious, healthy dishes. After your meal, be sure to wander around the park to see the 17th-century Casino del Bel Respiro villa (you can’t visit inside but you can admire the beautiful property from the outside)!


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Bike Along The Appian Way


Join our local partners for a panoramic bike along the Via Appia Antica, Rome’s most famous ancient road and the reason we have the saying “All Roads Lead To Rome”. Located in the south of the city, this historic path runs through the Appia Antica Park that is home to some of Rome’s most important catacombs, including the Catacombs of St. Callixtus, the Catacombs of Domitilla and the Catacombs of Saint Sebastian (plus the Mausoleum of Cecilia Metella). It’s one of the most scenic areas of the city and transports you back through time.




Catch Rose Petals at the Pantheon


Each year, Rome marks the Christian holiday of Pentecost with a shower of rose petals at the Pantheon. The ancient celebration symbolizes the Holy Spirit’s descent to earth and is truly a sight to behold: you’ll never forget the feeling of seeing thousands of red rose petals dropped from the gigantic oculus of the Pantheon, slowly twirling their way through the expanses of the Pantheon and creating a carpet of petals on the floor of the ancient building. We recommend showing up by 7:30 am for a 9:30 am service, to ensure you snag a spot inside (this event has become extremely popular over the years and space is limited).




Step Into Rome’s Most Elegant Courtyards


Italy’s Associazione di Dimore Storiche, or the Association of Historic Homes, is a network of over 4,000 private residences, gardens, castles, and palazzi located in every region of the country. Many of these properties can be visited as museums or through a special request but the association also hosts annual events such as the “Open Courtyards” weekend held each spring in key cities. Check the website to see which of Rome’s most exclusive historic homes will open their doors to the public for free, letting you admire a truly unique part of the country’s cultural heritage.



Food & Wine Tour of Monti


Take part in a delicious cultural and culinary tour of Monti, a bohemian neighborhood just steps from the Colosseum and filled with small-town charm. This walking tour will introduce you to small family-owned businesses, street food hotspots, wine bars, and more. You’ll learn the history of Roman food, discover new culinary trends in the capital, and explore the best corners of this quintessential quartiere. This tour is great to add on after a visit to the Colosseum & Roman Forum.


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