Fountain of the Moor in the Navona Square

Fountain of the Moor (Fontana del Moro), located in famous Navona Square (Piazza Navona) and built in 1574 by Giacomo Della Porta during the reign of the Pope Gregorio XIII Boncompagni. However, it was renovated in 1653 by Bernini. The central figure of the fountain, the Moor (il Moro), is actually a Tritone or Neptune […]

What to See in 3 days in Rome 🇮🇹 an Ideal Itinerary

Rome is one of the most beautiful cities in the world with the biggest number of monuments, squares, churches, attractions and art works. Certainly 3 days in Rome isn’t enough to see completely everything that the city has got to offer, but it’s certainly enough to see all the highlights in case you manage your […]

Ponte District – one of the most luxurious Roman neighbourhoods

Ponte district (rione) definitely differs from the ones described before. Throughout the years, the district served multiple purposes, from being typical Roman outskirts to being one of the most luxurious Roman neighbourhoods. For this reason, wandering through the streets of Ponte district is an enjoyable experience that enables you to see the layering of multiple […]

Sant’Eustachio District – Heart of Roman Historical Center

Located in-between Piazza Navona and famous Pantheon, Sant’Eustachio district is the heart of Roman historical center (centro storico). Nevertheless, despite its small size, this district attracts tourists for its high-end hotels and side streets lined with authentic Roman trattorias. Moreover, Sant’Eustachio has a perfect location, as most of the major historical sites are located in […]

Sant’Agostino

Sant’Agostino is a Roman Catholic church in the piazza (square) of the same name, located near Piazza Navona. It is one of the first Roman churches built during the Renaissane. Moreover, adjacent to it is the Biblioteca Angelica, a library founded in 1605. History Watch this video on YouTube The construction of Sant’Agostino church was […]