Guide of Rome

The Grand Tour Europe Staff  has prepared for the indepent and culturally curious traveller an handy and innovative guide to the Eternal City. The guide is more and handbook rather than a listing of attractions and monuments or things to do.

Getting Started

Before planning any trip remember that the succes of any travel depens by two main factors: your expectations and your travel companions. Regarding Rome three are the main expectations every visitor generally has:  visit the Ancient Rome as seen in the movies, see the Vatican and admire the masterpieces of Michelangelo and Raphael and the Baroque Rome whith its squares and fountains, last but not least enjoy the italian and roman cuisine and buy some famous italian  handcrafts. Most of the people are happy after a quick visit to the Colosseum, a Visit of the Sistine Chapel and Saint Peter’s Basilica, a stroll from Trevi Fountain to Piazza Navona and some shopping and an Ice-cream around the Spanish Steps. Althought this  basic tasks may look easy to achieve, they may not be easy at all, they may require much more time, due to the long queues, and money than they should. This guide is dedicated to all those travelleres who want to get the best form their stay in Rome at the right price and within the right, resonable, time. For the second aspect unfortunately choosing your travel mates is all up to you!

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