Roman Holidays

New Year’s Eve: 5 panoramic views to enjoy Rome’s fireworks

New Year’s Eve is upon us and as you know if you’ve already visited (or even if you haven’t, since their reputation is well-known worldwide!), Rome is a haven for fireworks lovers! A rough estimate: 99.9% of the city celebrations include those colourful displays, and watching them go off is a wonderful experience if for […]

Happy Holidays, from everyone at From Home to Rome!

If you’re visiting Rome in December and early January, you won’t only find our delicious panettone in your From Home to Rome accommodation: every apartment in our portfolio will have its  Christmas tree, patiently assembled by our very own Clementina, Flavio & Marta! Pictured here is the one they set up in the living room at Wanderlust, […]

Pianellari no. 5 apartment managed by From Home to Rome Italy

New at From Home to Rome: Pianellari

Planning an international holiday for a large family or group is something that happens frequently, and it seems like it’s becoming a widespread trend. Be it for anniversaries, vow renewals, retirements or even a “simple” wedding, we’re sure you’ve at least entertained the thought of going abroad with all your loved ones close. And we’re […]

Rome at ferragosto

How to survive Ferragosto in Rome!

Around this time last year, we told you the story of why August, and August 15 in particular, seems to be the month when almost every Roman, and every Italian more generally, seem to go on vacation. This year, we would like to list what your options are if you’re in the city at this […]

Statue of emperor Augustus hit by the sun

Free water and cool churches: fighting the heat in Rome

So it’s official: the Copernicus satellite system has declared this month of June the hottest ever recorded. Tourists who were in Rome in the past few weeks probably don’t need that kind of validation – they felt it on their skin! Everywhere we looked we saw visitors fanning themselves with maps of the city, resorting […]

Primo Maggio (Labor Day/May Day/International Workers’ Day) in Rome

  You can call it many different names: International Workers’ Day, Labor/Labour Day, May Day or, as locals would, Primo Maggio. No matter what you pick: this particular holiday will always creates some inconveniences for those who are visiting Rome (and Italy at large, as it’s a nationally observed celebration) at this time. That’s why […]


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