Discover the terraces with delightful view of the Capital.
Janiculum Terrace: the Janiculum hill just above the Vatican and the Trastevere district. From there you can enjoy a breathtaking view. It is a pleasant location to stroll around and visit some interesting spots like Fontana dell'Acqua Paola or Garibaldi Monument.
Terrazza del Pincio: is one of the most romantic and picturesque places in the capital. A hill in Rome, (but not one of the Seven Hills), from which you can enjoy a breathtaking view of Piazza del Popolo and the city. It is a part of Villa Borghese inside the Aurelian Walls and streches from Piazza del Popolo to Villa Medici.
The Orange Garden Terrace cradled within the medieval walls, streches on one of the most elegant hills of Rome, the Aventino. Here amongst the remains of the ancient fort of the Savelli family stands Parco Savello (also called Giardino degli Aranci), a small rectangular garden. The name of the garden derives from the presence of many orange trees. From here you can enjoy a splendid view of Rome that winds its way from the Tiber to the Basilica of San Pietro. We then continue for a few meters to reach the Villa of the Priory of the Knights of Malta, and the famous door. Look through the keyhole and enjoy a magical view of San Peter’s.
Terrace of Trinita dei Monti: another charming place. And a classic stop for all the visitors in Rome - Trinità dei Monti with its famous staircase that descends to Piazza di Spagna. From the terrace in front of the church with the same name and overlooking the recently restored staircase, you will enjoy a beautiful view of the underlying terraces, Piazza di Spagna and the Fontana della Barcaccia, up to Via dei Condotti.
Terrazza Cafarelli, we will climb to the top floor of the Capitoline Museums. You’ll come across a small terrace that looks out onto the Theater of Marcellus and the Portico of Octavia, behind which the Roman ghetto stretches with the characteristic dome of the synagogue.In the distance, the Janiculum Hill. On the right, in the foreground, just behind the church, there is a visible fragment of the monastery of Saint Francis of Rome - patron of the Eternal City. Finally, behold an impressive view of the Monument to Vittorio Emanuele.
Zodiac Terrace: the highest point of Rome located 139 meters high Monte Mario. The viewpoint is called "Viale degli Innamorarti" Avenue of Lovers, located at the astronomical observatory of Monte Mario, with an amazing view. This simple but impressive terrace will give you an amazing view of the capital, don’t be surprised to see many love padlocks, because Rome is the place best to fall in love!
Experience more with our multi day itineraries.
Walk into the world of Contemporary Rome. Join this experience dedicated truly to art lovers.
Extra Virgin Olive Oil experience
Visit the Sabine Hills to participate in the Extra Virgin Olive Oil experience. Taste different types of olive oil and some local specialities.
Hot springs’ paradise – Viterbo
Spend a day soaking in thermal springs, or relaxing in a luxurious spa.
You will visit this beautifully-preserved ruins, located 30 minutes away from the capital.
Experience the very best of Art classes nel Paese dell’Arte.
Let’s start out course with a chat about authentic Roman cuisine and a glass of Prosecco accompanied with some delicious antipasti.
Explore the capital in Italian iconic supercar. It will be an unforgettable experience.
Roman Food tour
Escaping the crowds we will take you on the tour where you can taste dishes cooked according to traditional recipes, visit places where the locals eat.
Jewish ghetto tour
The Roman Jewish Ghetto it’s packed with history, it’s a bustling and fancy neighbourhood, famous for its restaurants.
Colosseum & Roman Forum (gladiator’s experience)
You will find yourself in a spot where once gladiators battled in front of the crowds.
Hadrian’s villa at Tivoli
Take a journey through time back to the Roman Empire.
Best terraces of Rome
Discover the terraces with delightful view of the Capital.
Discover the hidden city beneath the modern one.
Leaving hustle and bustle of Rome we take Via Appia and Via Tuscolana to reach a series of ancient towns, known as the Castelli Romani.
Circeo and the Pontine islands
We have two options visit the coastal towns and surrounding nature or head to Anzio to jump on a hydrofoil that will take you Pontine islands.
Spend an enchanting night tour, discovering the magic of illuminated monuments like see Capitoline Hill, the Colosseum, Palatine Hill, Castel Sant’ Angelo and St Peter’s Basilica.
Tevere & Trastevere
We will start our tour on Ponte Sisto: the bridge which links 2 quarters - Trastevere and Campo dei Fiori.
Markets and shopping tour
Tell us your interests and we will personalise this tour for you, choosing the right markets and shopping areas in Rome.
The Basilicas of Rome
We will see the three great Basilicas: Santa Maria Maggiore, Saint John Lateran and St. Paul, a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
Vatican in 1 day
This tour includes St. Peter's Basilica along with the Vatican Museums to ensure you see everything in one single day: Michelangelo’s Sistine Chapel, Gallery of Maps, Raphael's Rooms.
Rome City Bike Tour
Enjoy the best of Rome by bike. You will cycle through the Eternal city, discovering its ancient monuments, fancy shops, beautiful churches and fountains.
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