Cavour – Madonna dei Monti

Cavour – Madonna dei Monti.

As much as I write about the Madonna dei Monti it will not be enough to describe the beauty of every little corner, wall, door-frame and shops.

Clicking on the below photo, you will be redirected to my photo diary of Cavour and each picture will truly tell you the story of every corner. This area is a beautiful place to hang out, shop, chill, meet beautiful Roman people, and have great food.

A very old beautiful round window from the ancient roman I couldn’t get enough of it. Love Madonna dei Monti.

via Cavour – Madonna dei Monti.

Piazza del Colosseo

Piazza del Colosseo.

Without the Colosseum, Rome would not be Rome.

Thanks to the Ancient Romans, and thanks to the Italians for making it accessible world-wide. Check my admiration photo diary of the Colosseum and the Ancient Rome: the city under Rome.

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Your comments are what I always await for. Love Rome.

Black and white old film look alike photograph to Colosseum

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via Piazza del Colosseo.

Piazza Venezia | Circo Massimo

Piazza Venezia | Circo Massimo.

What about Piazza Venezia ? Did anyone feel the powerful energy surrounding it ? And the architecture? Isn’t it just magnificent.

Click on the below photo for the diary of Piazza Venezia & Circo Massimo.

people and tourists climbing the Capitoline Hill in rome italy

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via Piazza Venezia | Circo Massimo.

Fontana di Trevi

Fontana di Trevi.

Always wondered why this Trevi Fountain collects about 3000 euros a day ???

Check out my blog post for a photo diary of the magical fountain, and where to find the best black truffle Pasta in Rome Italy.

cafe latte and the best tiramisu in a jar

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via Fontana di Trevi.

Villa Borghese

Villa Borghese.

If you live in a city that has beautiful parks, my advice is to take advantage and spend some time there.

In Rome; I decided to spend a day at Villa Borghese, and all I can say about it is in my photo diary.

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 Close of rome view from villa borghese

via Villa Borghese.

Campo De’Fiori

Campo De’Fiori.

I find Campo De’Fiori to be the Gem of Rome.

If you click on the photo below, you will find my post on Campo De’Fiori. Including best shopping streets, restaurants, Cafes and photos of the open market.

Check it out and let me know what you think 🙂

I love Roma.

a retro vintage hip looking bicycle lying on a wall next to a shop at the campo de'fiori

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via Campo De’Fiori.

Piazza Navona

Piazza Navona.

If you have been to Rome, you must have been to Piazza Navona, one of my top rated area in Rome.

Check out this post released today and learn more on what Navona looks like and where you can find the best Pizza and Gelato in Roma Italia.

a small white bus carrying plants and flowers as an art piece in the streets on navona rome

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via Piazza Navona.

Walk the River

Tevere – River.

There is nothing more beautiful than to walk around a river, specially if it was surrounded by authentic architecture.

Just take a walk, discover what is new, spend a full day on your feet walking around from district to district, street to street and enjoy your findings.

The tevere (also known as tiber) is the 3rd longest river in Italy and it is located in Rome.

Enjoy your walk and check our my photo diary of the Tevere by clicking on the following picture.

a group of people canoeing at tevere the river of rome

Vatican Photo Diary

Vatican City.

My diary and short intro and information on Vaticano is now published in the link attached or if you click on the picture below.

Vatican City was a great experience for me, the place is ravishing; the energy, the people, the architecture, the art, the atmosphere, the interior, the exterior, it defiantly resembles power. I took many pictures while I was visiting and selected a few that I wanted to share.

I hope you check my page and leave me your comments.

a picture of the shadow of the vatican city in rome formed by the sunset sundown effects

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