Discover What to Do in Rome

Discover What to Do in Rome

Stay inside history and beauty: the only way to visit Rome.


Are you planning a trip to Rome? Located in the very heart of the Capital, the remarkable Palazzo Montemartini Rome is the perfect place to start taking in the magical Roman atmosphere. Modernity and high-tech elegance live in perfect harmony with the classic architecture of the building: a living experience that you will remember forever.
 
Looking for Rome travel tips? Whether it’s your first time in the Eternal City or the tenth, always keep in mind the famous old saying “When in Rome, do as the Romans do”. The best way to begin your adventure is to keep it simple: start near. Here’s what to do in Rome.


Nearby attractions: the starting point of your Roman itinerary

3 days in Rome? A week? It doesn’t matter how many days you spend in Rome; your Roman itinerary starts where you’re staying. Palazzo Montemartini Rome is close to two of the top attractions in Rome: The Baths of Diocletian, the largest bath complex in Ancient Rome, big enough to accommodate 3000 people, and the Basilica of Santa Maria degli Angeli, the last great project of Michelangelo. 


Monuments and streets: the icons you must see in Rome

When in Rome, you’re privileged enough to explore world-renowned art every step of the journey: every street and every monument in the city is imbued with history and the flavour of time. No wonder Rome was once known as “Caput Mundi”, the Capital of the World. All the points of interest in Rome complement jaw-dropping landscapes that let you travel in time: from the Colosseum to the Roman Forum, St Peter’s Basilica to the Trevi Fountain. 


Culture, museums, and galleries: art in the Capital

A cultural hotspot, Rome is full of museums, galleries, and foundations. There’s enough art to leave you overwhelmed with charm and beauty: from a canvas by Caravaggio to a fresco by Raphael, the Capitoline Museums, and the amazing Galleria Borghese. With so much to see, Rome is bound to leave you feeling satisfied and inspired.

Squares and parks: top sights in Rome

When leaving a museum or a gallery, try spending some time in the open air. Whether it’s Piazza Navona, Piazza di Spagna or the Gianicolo Hill, the best way to visit Rome is by foot. there’s nothing more enlivening than the moment you find yourself in a stunning piazza or on an alluring street by complete chance.


Getting around Rome: the transport options

Getting around Rome can be an exciting challenge. Take your time to evaluate all the transport options, get yourself a city map, and you won’t look like a newbie in town anymore.


Roman specialities: all the best places to eat in Rome

The quality of Italian food is renowned all over the world and here in Rome, the pleasure of food perfectly complements the beauty of the city. There are many stylish five-star restaurants at the top of the fine dining list along with small pizzerias and neighbourhood trattorias where you can taste some truly delicious local cuisine.


Life in Rome: jump into La Dolce Vita

Now you get to really live La Dolce Vita. Take some time to relax in a small street-side café and, as the evening winds down, chill out with a fresh aperitivo, the typical Italian pre-dinner drink. After dinner, explore the many cocktail bars and late-night clubs. These are some of the things you absolutely must do in Rome: they’re all characteristic features of “doing as the Romans do”.



 

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