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Villa Borghese and the other must-see parks of Rome
Villa Borghese and the other must-see parks of Rome
  What’s heart-shaped, close to at least three subway stops, hosts one open-air theatre, three museums (and then some!) and is loved by visitors from the world over? It’s the [...]
Jul 16, 2018 Category: Landmarks, Off the beaten path, Parks 0 Comments
A photo exhibition in a rental apartment? Only at From Home to Rome!
A photo exhibition in a rental apartment? Only at From Hom...
Who said that a holiday in Rome is only about what you can see outside of your accommodation? At From Home to Rome we’re always looking for ways to make your experience in the city more [...]
Jul 14, 2018 Category: From Home to Rome, Trevi area, What's On in Rome 0 Comments
Roma Pass & Omnia Card: Are they worth it?
Roma Pass & Omnia Card: Are they worth it?
Combined sightseeing cards are increasingly popular worldwide, and Rome is no stranger to the trend: the city offers a few of them, with the two most famous being the Roma Pass and Omnia Card, [...]
Jul 04, 2018 Category: Rome 101, Trevi area, Vatican Area 0 Comments
Recommended daytrip from Rome: How to get to Ostia Antica
Recommended daytrip from Rome: How to get to Ostia Antica
Talking every day with visitors coming to see Rome – many of them for the first time – we tend to get the same type of requests from our clients. No matter the country they come from, [...]
Jun 28, 2018 Category: Landmarks, Off the beaten path 0 Comments
Life at From Home to Rome
Life at From Home to Rome
So, you’ve seen the new site, appreciated the new pictures for the properties we manage at From Home to Rome and you’ve learned all about us: still, you’ve got questions. Like: are these houses [...]
Jun 25, 2018 Category: From Home to Rome 0 Comments
June 29th: The Feast of St. Peter and Paul in Rome
June 29th: The Feast of St. Peter and Paul in Rome
If you’re visiting Italy, you plan to be in Rome on June 29th and wonder what to do, you’re in for a treat! As is tradition, on that day the city will honor the two patron saints of [...]
Jun 21, 2018 Category: Rome 101, Vatican Area, What's On in Rome 0 Comments
Made with love at From Home to Rome: What’s in our books?
Made with love at From Home to Rome: What’s in our books?...
When you’re a guest at one of From Home to Rome’s managed apartments, you will always find what we refer to as “our books”. It’s a direct expression of our own love [...]
Jun 20, 2018 Category: From Home to Rome, Rome 101 0 Comments
Where is the best Gelato in Rome?
Where is the best Gelato in Rome?
There is no harm in asking where the best gelato in Rome is, but hardly could an answer be any trickier, because this is home for ice creams, and every local seems to have their own favorite… [...]
Jun 17, 2018 Category: Rome 101 0 Comments
Enjoy Rome’s sweet summer nights on Via Gallia
Enjoy Rome’s sweet summer nights on Via Gallia
Summer is upon us, and what is better than spending some quality time relaxing in a city that’s famous for its great weather? Whether you’re considering a weekend getaway or [...]
Jun 11, 2018 Category: From Home to Rome, San Giovanni area 0 Comments
Rome’s Rose Garden: a romantic’s paradise by the Circus Maximus
Rome’s Rose Garden: a romantic’s paradise by the Circus Ma...
In spite of being right by the Circus Maximus and Giardino degli Aranci, close enough to the Jewish Ghetto and Bocca della Verità that you can get to both on foot, the Roseto Comunale (Rome’s [...]
Jun 08, 2018 Category: Landmarks, Off the beaten path, Parks, What's On in Rome 0 Comments