Discover Rome

The capital city of Italy, is a place steeped in history, culture, and beauty.

Known as the “Eternal City,” Rome is a destination to explore with its ancient ruins, stunning architecture, and vibrant atmosphere. The city embraces modernity and offers a lively cultural scene. From chic boutiques and trendy cafes to world-class museums and art galleries, Rome has something to offer every visitor.

Casa Monti 

Casa Monti, your gateway to an unforgettable Roman experience. Located in Monti, Rome’s oldest neighborhood, the hotel is within the city’s lively culture featuring 36 guest rooms, a restaurant, bar café, spa, and a rooftop bar that overlooks the ancient city. Situated between Via Cavour and Via Nazionale, a haven for artisans with its restaurants, art galleries, and wine bars. Whether you’re a history enthusiast, art connoisseur, or food lover, the central location is the perfect base to adventure through all that Rome has to offer.

Casa Monti Restaurant

Via Panisperna

When dining in Rome, Casa Monti Restaurant is a must-visit. This charming eatery celebrates seasonal ingredients, blending traditional Roman flavors with a contemporary twist. Their fresh pasta, flambeed lobster, and maritozzi will are must-haves. Buon appetito!

Terazza Flores

Via dell’Umiltà

Located on Umilta 36, Terazza Flores is a modern fine-dining restaurant and bar with stunning views of Rome. The charming decor and innovative dishes make it a popular gathering spot for creatives and sports enthusiasts. The unique cocktails draw inspiration from classic mixology and the ocean, creating a truly special dining experience.

Oro Bistrot

Via di S. Eufemia

AtChef Natale Giunta’s Oro Bistrot and Secret View Rooftop & Cocktail Bar, the magic of the Imperial Forums’ archaeological park comes alive. Experience a culinary journey where tradition meets innovation, blending the past, present, and future. Chef Giunta’s dishes are a vibrant showcase of his visionary talent and creative flair.



For a truly extraordinary dining experience, head to Mirabelle on the 7th floor of Hotel Splendide Royal. This rooftop restaurant offers upscale and romantic settings with a la carte and Executive Chef Stefano Marzetti tasting menus, all using the finest Italian produce.

Taverna Trilussa

Via del Politeama

Taverna Trilussa is a beloved restaurant dedicated to the Roman poet Trilussa. It’s a meeting spot for creatives, sports enthusiasts, and lovers of fine Roman cuisine. Order the secret recipe ravioli mimosa dish and the homemade cake Trilussa for dessert. 

La Matriciana dal 1870

Via del Viminale

La Matriciana dal 1870 is a historic gem in the heart of Rome, across from the Opera House. Founded in the late 19th century, this restaurant brings the flavors of Roman cuisine to life. Owned by the Crisciotti family, it maintains its original menu and style, offering both meat and fish dishes based on traditional Roman and Lazio recipes.

Hostaria Da Pietro

Via di Gesù e Maria

Hostaria Da Pietro, a small local Italian restaurant near the Spanish Steps, is a hidden treasure recommended by locals. It’s no-frills, no-fuss, and brimming with delicious food enjoyed by local Romans and their families. This truly Roman foodie experience is one you’ll want to return to again and again.


 Via Labicana

Aroma Restaurant, overlooking the Colosseum, is one of Rome’s most romantic dining spots. Chef Giuseppe Di Iorio’s Michelin-starred cuisine combines raw materials of the highest quality with years of national and international experience. A meal at Aroma promises a memorable dining experience in the most charming setting.

Via del Corso

This bustling street is one of Rome’s main shopping thoroughfares, lined with a mix of international brands, high-street chains, and local boutiques. You’ll find everything from clothing and accessories to beauty products and souvenirs. Be sure to explore the side streets and alleys branching off of Via del Corso for more unique finds.


Via Condotti

Known as the “Rodeo Drive of Rome,” Via Condotti is home to luxury fashion houses like Gucci, Prada, and Valentino. Even if you’re not in the market for high-end designer goods, it’s worth a visit to admire the beautiful window displays and soak in the glamorous atmosphere.



Campo de’ Fiori Market

For a more traditional shopping experience, head to the Campo de’ Fiori Market. This bustling market is held every morning (except Sundays) and offers a colorful array of fresh produce, flowers, spices, and other local goods. It’s a great place to pick up some authentic Italian ingredients or unique souvenirs.


Porta Portese Flea Market

If you’re a bargain hunter or a vintage lover, don’t miss the Porta Portese Flea Market. Held every Sunday morning, this market is the perfect place to browse for antiques, second-hand clothing, jewelry, and quirky knick-knacks. Just be prepared to bargain with the vendors for the best deals.



Galleria Alberto Sordi

This historic shopping arcade dates back to the early 20th century and is a beautiful place to shop and stroll. You’ll find a mix of designer boutiques, bookstores, cafes, and beauty salons under its elegant glass dome. Galleria Alberto Sordi offers a sophisticated shopping experience in a stunning setting.