Roman Holiday

Audrey Hepburn understood back in 1963 that there was nothing better than a holiday in Rome. Now, more than 50 years later, Rome remains one the most visited city in the world. With good reason!

The city offers not only history and architectural marvels but also a distinct and delicious cuisine, (almost) supplanted by the equisite wines and spirits and the incomparable ambiance of the city.

And while traipsing through the many hills of the city might not be your cup of tea, Rome has many other attractions for you to discover! One of them is without a doubt, Trastevere, the boho-chic, thrift shop-filled shops and a great neighborhood for the Aperitivo, a Roman tradition of drinking and eating after work.

We would also recommend stopping by the Villa Borghese and its incredible gardens that will offer you a welcomed shadow to rest under.

And because European cities does have similarities, you can walk along the Tibre and step over the island in the middle, Isola Tiberina, almost believing you’ve traveled to Paris by simply crossing the Ponte Garibaldi.

And of course, Rome is the home of pizza and pasta and gelatti and insalata and all those fabulous dishes (and drinks!) that are uniquely Italian!

If you don’t have the opportunity to travel to the Eternal City, stay tuned to our Instagram this weekend, we’ll make you discover Rome in all its splendor!


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