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The Celio – amid Woods and Aqueducts

The Celio, one of ancient Rome’s seven hills, is ideal to find refuge from the hoards of tourists: it is quite near the centre, although far from the frenzied city life. It is a special place to explore a number of unique churches and impressive villas. Download (.pdf 2,43MB)

Kilometre Zero – from Campidoglio to Piazza Venezia

Starting from the magnificent Michelangelo-designed square adorning the Capitoline Hill, this is itinerary let you discover the treasures of the Capitoline Museum and the Church of Santa Maria in Ara Coeli, to the famous Piazza Venezia and the celebrated Monument to Vittorio Emanuele II. Download

The wheel of history - The Oppian and EsquilineHills

An itinerary to discover the Oppio and Esquiline hills: districts with the highest number of inhabitants from different areas of the world, with all the advantages and difficulties that this dimension entails. Download the guide

The Dawning of Christian Rome – from San Giovanni in Laterano to Santa Croce in Gerusalemme

A path between two splendid squares: the 18th-century Basilica of San Giovanni in Laterano, which for a curious destiny has become a sort of secular pole for the events that are periodically held there, and the Basilica of Santa Croce in Jerusalem with the annexed National Museum of Musical Instruments. Download (.pdf 2,52MB)

The Poetry Hill – Aventino and Surroundings

Discovering one of the seven hills of Rome: the Aventino, the Poetry Hill. Inspired by its beauty, great poets such as D’Annunzio and Carducci have put its splendour into verse. Mazzini himself, looking out onto the city, was overcome by such magnificence. Download (.pdf 2,14MB)

The Cradle of Civilization – from the Boarium Forum to the Palatine

Take a pleasant stroll from the Bocca della Verità to the Palatine, where since 1000 BC. C. the first settlements of Latins, Sabines and Etruscans were formed, which later came together giving birth to the city of Rome. Download

Monumental Rome – from Via dei Fori Imperiali to the Colosseum

A route that weaves its way through the capital’s famous sites, starting with the Colosseum. Feel the atmosphere and the splendour of ancient Rome, and walk along the streets which made this city “eternal”. Download

An Air of the Ancient – from the Archaeological Walk to Porta San Sebastian

Between Piazza Porta Capena and Piazzale Numa Pompilio is the heart of a vast archaeological area. Starting from the Roman Forum, the itinerary goes along the Circus Maximus and the Baths of Caracalla and leads to Porta San Sebastiano and Via Appia Antica. Immerse yourselves in the suggestive ancient atmosphere during this splendid archaeological walk. Download (.pdf 2,78MB)

“Roma Speciale”

The route highlights the city’s vast religious and historical legacy: colossal temples dedicated to the ancient Romans’ gods, Christian basilicas embellished with artistic masterpieces and Jewish and Islamist sacred places. It is an opportunity to admire artistic treasures and popular culture traces, halfway between cult and legend. Download (.pdf 485,62KB)

Virtually a Movie Set – Via Veneto and its Surroundings

Via Veneto, the broad tree-lined street built in the reign of Umberto I, is closely associated with the heyday of Rome’s economic boom. The city and this road, in particular, had suddenly become fashionable thanks to the jet set: it was the giddy Sixties, hence  “La Dolce Vita” by Director Federico Fellini’s movie. Starting from Porta Pinciana on the edge of Villa Borghese park, the street leads to the heart of Baroque Rome, as an elegant connection between the modern and ancient. Download (.pdf 2,48MB)

Via Appia Antica (The Appian Way)

This itinerary takes us on a discovery of one of Rome’s oldest and best-preserved roads: Via Appia Antica. It was opened in 312 the Censor Appius Claudius Caecus, who widened the preexisting road connecting Rome to the Colline di Albano (the Alban Hills). It was referred to as the Regina Viarum, meaning the Queen of all Roads. In fact, in 191 B.C. it was prolonged as far as the city of Brindisi, thereby becoming Rome’s main gateway for trades with the Orient. Download (.pdf 1,99MB)

La Suburra – The Monti District and Santa Maria Maggiore

This district was the most populous in ancient Rome, a labyrinth of alleys, small shops, markets, hovels and insulae. While this popular feature is still present, today the Suburra is also a lively area with bars and restaurants. Overlooking the entire district is the imposing Basilica of Santa Maria Maggiore, located in the piazza of the same name. Download (.pdf 2,42MB)


A tour around the sights of Rome to discover the masterpieces by Francesco Borromini. Download


A tour around the sights of Rome to discover the masterpieces by Michelangelo Merisi da Caravaggio. Download


A tour around the sights of Rome to discover the masterpieces by Raphael Sanzio. Download


A tour around the sights of Rome to discover the masterpieces by Gianlorenzo Bernini. Download


A tour around the sights of Rome to discover the masterpieces by Michelangelo Buonarroti. Download

Rome Awaits You

There are many itineraries for discovering Rome’s vast heritage, from historic house museums to churches, from villas to ancient circuses, through piazzas and Roman theatres, obelisks and along city walls. Routes reserved for the most attentive travellers, enchanted by history but also curious about the legends and mysteries about the city. Besides, walks along the Tiber, shopping and nightlife. From this magical and fresh perspective, “Rome Awaits You”! Pick up your free itinerary from a Tourist Infopoints. The House Museums Churches and basilicas Circuses and theatres Modern and contemporary architecture Looking for good cooking The fountains The city surrounds Mysterious city Walls, towers and arches Rome by night The obelisks The piazzas Popular districts Shopping History and legend The Tiber The villas

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