Enjoy a magical holiday and the very best of Rome with this insider’s guide to the Eternal City.
Rome is one of the world’s most famous cities, renowned for its artistic and architectural treasures. The Trevi Fountain, Sistine Chapel, Pantheon and Spanish Steps, amongst many others, have become almost synonymous with Italy’s capital, and dominate the pages of all the major travel guides.
But what if you’re heading to Rome and you fancy something a bit different? Perhaps it’s not your first time, and you want to see an alternative Rome, with fewer queues and a more chilled out feel. Well then, this eBook’s just the thing for you.
Fun Rome for Frequent Visitors focuses on the lesser known things to see and do when you visit. You can stay completely away from the queues at the Vatican and Colosseum, if you want, and still see a Rome that speaks of the ancients, Bernini, Caravaggio, the middle Ages, the Renaissance and beyond.
The Fun Rome eBooks are a series of 5 travel guides, written by popular Amazon author and Italophile Lucy Wright, in partnership with her close friend Reena Grewel, a long-time travel guide living and working in Rome.
Fun Rome for Frequent Visitors features the best art and architecture, markets, shops, restaurants and bars that Italy’s capital city has to offer.
Il Cimitero Acattolico: The Non-Catholic Cemetery
Il Ghetto Ebraico: The Jewish Ghetto
Colonia Felina di Torre Argentina: Torre Argentina Cat Sanctuary
Rome’s fountains and aqueducts
Trick your eyes at the Palazzo Spada
Picnic in the gardens of the Villa Sciarra
Step back into history at the Chiesa di San Clemente
Spot Sophia Loren (maybe) at Jackie O’
Hear a Gregorian chant at Sant Anselmo all’Aventino
Watch a film al fresco on Tiber Island
Commemorate the Resistance at the Fosse Ardeatine
Eat pasta at Ristorante Alfredo alla Scrofa
See the ‘smallest house’ in Rome
Shop for couture in Via Condotti
The other titles in the Fun Rome series are available on iTunes:
Fun Rome for First-Timers
Fun Rome for Foodies
Fun Rome for Night-Owls
Fun Rome for Art Lovers