Rome

#DCmoments Rome Guide

Few cities can rival Rome’s extraordinary beauty, rich history, and vibrant street life. Its ancient ruins, art, and architecture are awe-inspiring.

 
 

Where else can you pop into a church and see a Caravaggio, stroll through the Villa Borghese Gardens, taste the best gelato of your life and get lost wandering the cobblestoned streets and alleys?

City highlights

Chez Dédé

Chez Dédé is a concept store in the heart of Rome, which carries a beautifully curated collection of treasures from around the world, and original pieces created by artist and co-founder Andrea Ferolla. Here you’ll find a blend of fashion, art, furniture, design, jewellery, books and vintage gems.

Santa Maria Ai Monti

Commissioned by Pope Gregory XIII in the 16th century, Santa Maria ai Monti is one of Rome’s most stunning examples of baroque architecture. Don’t miss the frescoes in the dome of the four evangelists, by Cristoforo Casolani.

Santa Maria Ai Monti

Commissioned by Pope Gregory XIII in the 16th century, Santa Maria ai Monti is one of Rome’s most stunning examples of baroque architecture. Don’t miss the frescoes in the dome of the four evangelists, by Cristoforo Casolani.

Villa Torlonia

The main building was designed in the early 19th century by Giuseppe Valadier, one of the most important architects of the time who shaped the image of Rome. Frescoes line the walls, and elegant crystal chandeliers hang from the ceilings.

Whether enjoying the hustle and bustle of the street made famous by Federico Fellini’s 1960 film ‘La Dolce Vita’, or whiling away hours in picturesque piazzas, there’s something for everyone in the Eternal City.

Nicolee Drake

@cucinadigitale

#DCmoments Rome Guide

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