Tag romantic holiday

10 Feb

5 Romantic Things To Do In Rome

Planning a romantic getaway in Rome? With its stunning skyline, charming piazzas and glorious gardens, the Eternal City is brimming with romantic things to do. Whether you’re trying to impress a brand-new crush, get together with your soulmate or plan the perfect honeymoon, TreasureRome has come up with a list of ideas to turn any […]

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8 Jan

Weather In Rome: What To Expect Each Month

Are you wondering what the weather is like in Rome, Italy? If you’re checking the forecast  to figure out the best month to visit Rome, look no further. As a Mediterranean capital with mild weather, the city has a lot to offer year round. High season in Rome coincides with warmer weather and runs from […]

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26 Nov

Rome for Cat Lovers: Where To Find Cats In The Eternal City

Rome’s reputation as a city of cat-lovers is relatively well known. Exactly just how much Romans love cats, however, might come as a surprise to many: the four-legged felines have been officially declared part of the city’s ‘bio-cultural’ heritage and even given protection in law! A number of cat colonies, both official and unofficial, can […]

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22 Jul

Dining Al Fresco: Where To Eat Outside In Rome

With its quaint piazzas and panoramic rooftop terraces, Rome is a city made for drinking and dining al fresco, soaking in la dolce vita and the city's quintessentially "small town" atmosphere.

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17 Dec

The 6 Best Winter Experiences In Rome

Winter is one of the best times to enjoy Rome because you'll have the city (nearly) all to yourself!

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22 Jul

Streets of Rome: Via Del Governo Vecchio

This street connects Piazza dell’Orologio, whose name comes from the clock placed on the tower of the Filippini convent built by Borromini, to Piazza del Pasquino, one of the famous “talking statues” of Rome. Via del Governo Vecchio is a really characteristic street a few steps away rom Piazza Navona and Campo De’ Fiori, a […]

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13 May

Streets of Rome: Via Dei Coronari

The best way to enjoy Rome and discover all its beautiful and picturesque corners is to get lost in its streets and walk the most hidden alleys. A few steps from Piazza Navona, but also reachable from Piazza di Ponte Sant’Angelo and from Lungotevere Tor di Nona, Via dei Coronari shows one of the most […]

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23 Sep

A "Little London" in the heart of Rome

Little London in Rome means a series of  colorful houses built in the typical “English style”. A London corner in the heart of Rome, just three tram stops from the central Piazza del Popolo: it’s a surprise, isnt’it? This small private road, bordered by two gates (which can be accessed from Via Flaminia, at number 287 […]

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