Rome is regarded to be the cultural center not only of Italy but also of all Europe and the Western civilisation. Walking through Rome is like visiting a huge outdoor museum. It is like turning back in time: you can visit the fabulous emperor palace, take a walk through ist great thermae or enter in the same arena of gladiators; you can contemplate the ancient Roman Senate, the temples and the pyramids. And this is only a small part of the Eternal City - Rome means also the center of Christianity with its huge cathedrals and the gorgeous churches. In every season and in every time, Rome offers you various and unforgettable sceneries.

Above all, Rome is art - the Michelangelo's Sistina Chapel, the evocative paintings of Caravaggio, Leonardo da Vinci, Giotto, or the Bernini's sculptures - the most famous artworks in the world. Only the city of Rome can pride itself on such a high concentration of arts. The numerous museums of Rome will guide you through the centuries until the present - from the Capitolini Museums and the Vatican Museum to the private collections that reserve inestimable treasures like the Borghese Gallery, or Palazzo Barberini, and many others.

The surroundings of Rome give the tourists the opportunity to bear witness to the history and civilisation of Italy. The famous Castelli Romani is only 25 km far from Rome. You can find there an amiable relief from the frenetic metropolitan rhythems. Here, in a more intimate atmosphere full of green wilde spaces, you will admire the gorgeous dwellings of Popes, princes and aristocrats of all ages. The famous wine produced in this area has been appreciated from the times of the ancient Roman emperors. This part of the region of Lazium offers you its typical food products.

For the visitors who whish to take advantage of sunny days, we organise interesting excursions in the Roman countryside, on foot or by mountainbike. The nearest Marcigliana Park, the Castelli Romani Park and many others, offer you wonderful scenery often accompanied by numerous archeological sites. What's more, the small farms of the area offer their guests many organised tours in order to illustrate their products and the methods of breeding.