Rome with your favorite independent Dutch escort.
One of the most romantic and alluring cities in the world, Rome has a fascinating past that goes back centuries, an enticing mix of iconic ruins, remarkable artwork and is sure to captivate anyone with the slightest interest in history. But it’s not all about the past. There are plenty of modern Rome activities to get involved in if you prefer things to be a little more up-to-date and dynamic nightlife.
Rome is just one of those places that you absolutely have to visit at some point in your life, what better than to spend it with me!
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It’s no surprise that unique hotels in Rome aren’t hard to find. The city boasts all kinds of fantastic accommodation, from ancient palaces restored to their former glory to old townhouses converted into chic boutique hotels. There are so many great places to choose from that you might find it almost impossible to settle on just one. But in case you cannot choose than here are my favorites : Palazzo Dama, Hotel palazzo Manfredi, Martis Palace, G-rough, Villa Laetitia and Kolbe hotel Rome.
The Colosseum is one of those places that needs to be seen to be believed. A giant stone structure that towers above the city’s streets and dates back almost 2,000 years, we could easily spend an entire day discovering all the hidden nooks and crannies of this emblematic landmark. But if we’re short on time, we can see everything there is to see in 2 or 3 hours.
How much of the Colosseum we get to see depends on which ticket we buy. With a general ticket, we can explore the first and second floors but let's spend a little extra on a guided tour, and we’ll also get to discover the underground level where fighters would enter the battle, the arena floor where the battles took place, and the top tiers where people would spectate.
If you bring your imagination with you and read the information provided, it’s pretty easy to imagine what it was like in Ancient Rome when horrendous fights took place between gladiators, Christians and animals.
Italy’s hot-blooded capital is home to more than 900 churches and around 280 fountains – the most famous of which is Trevi Fountain. As one of Rome’s most iconic sites, people toss almost €700,000 worth of coins into the fountain every year when making a wish! All the money is donated to local charities, ensuring some people’s wishes really do come true.
Not to be confused with the Parthenon in Athens, the Pantheon in Rome is unique for many reasons. It’s the best-preserved temple in Rome, has the largest brick dome in history and is the most copied of all the ancient works. It’s so spectacular Michelangelo declared it the work of angels, not men.
Rome is a wonderful place to take a stroll and one of the best spots to wander around is the Villa Borghese gardens. The most popular park in the city.
Designed in 1606 by Cardinal Scipione Borghese, who wanted to transform his old vineyard into the largest gardens in Rome, the Villa Borghese gardens are absolutely teeming with things to see and do. From walking trails, running routes, tranquil lakes and grassy patches to art galleries, museums, a zoo and cafes, this one-of-a-kind garden is surprisingly huge and makes for a great day out away from the hustle and bustle of the city.
Gelato is an Italian specialty, and where better to try it than the oldest gelateria in the world? Palazzo del Freddo di Giovanni Fassi has been scooping up its amazing gelato since 1880 and serves up an astounding 2,200 pounds of the stuff every single day. You won’t find any unusual flavors here, but there’s a great selection of classic gelatos, including chocolate, pistachio, chestnut, hazelnut, and strawberry.
Talking about food: There’s a lot more to Italian food than pizza, pasta, and risotto. From delicately roasted lamb that melts on your tongue and prosciutto ham that’s so finely sliced you can see through it to velvet-soft hand-churned gelato and fluffy herb-speckled focaccia, Italian food is incredible. My favorite restaurant choices are without a doubt: La pergola***, acquolina**, Il Pagliaccio**, Aroma*, Moma*, Zia* and Pulejo*
For the best pizza you’ll ever have in your life, make a reservation for Seu Pizza Illuminati. And because the place is so tremendously popular among local and visiting foodies, you really do have to make reservations well in advance.
For breakfast I advise an unusual blend that works incredibly well, Marigold is half-bakery and half-cafe, as well as being half-Italian and half-Scandinavian. There’s rarely an official menu because the selection changes each day, according to which fresh, seasonal ingredients have been foraged. But you can expect to find the likes of stracciatella with walnut pesto and zucchini, as well as cinnamon swirls and sourdough bread on the menu. There’s a fabulous choice of Italian coffee available, as well as freshly-pressed unfiltered juices and housemade lemonade.
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