Welcome to Romethe eternal city

“Rome wasn’t built in a day”, who doesn’t know this saying. It has never been so true. When you set foot in Rome for the first time, or the hundredth, you are inevitably seized by all this history, this ancient culture remained in an exceptional state of conservation.

It is a city full of riches and good addresses!


The charm of the Italian capital lies above all in the atmosphere of the city. Its small cobblestone streets, its neighborhoods, its architecture.

That’s why we advise you to discover the city on foot as much as you can because beyond the great monuments, Rome has so much to offer just by strolling around.

Discoverthe pretty places

This being said, let’s first conquer the mythical squares of the capital. Piazza Navona, one of the largest and most beautiful squares in Rome. It often welcomes many artists who come to paint there. Don’t hesitate to spend some time there.

Piazza di Spagna is not to be missed. Known for its central staircase and its view on Rome, it will offer you a beautiful sunset.


We continue then our visit with the Fountain of Trevi.Unmissable place when you visit the Italian capital.
Nestled in a group of small streets, it offers a perfect setting for beautiful photos.

By the way, for the gourmands it is in this small street that you will find (for the StyQR team) the best ice cream shop in Rome. Blue ice, do not hesitate, all tastes are delicious!

The monumentnot to be missed

In Rome but not totally, the Vatican City Whether you are religious or not, this place always makes an impact.

A serenity, a resourcing calm and a particular emotion invade you when you visit this principality. Its St. Peter’s Basilica or its museums are breathtaking.

Do not hesitate to take your tickets in advance to be sure to visit them.

The amphitheaterFlavien

We come to the heart, to the very reputation of the city : the Colosseum, an ancient monster with an international reputation.

Remember to get your tickets in advance because it will not be possible to get your tickets on the spot.

Visitthe essentials

Still in the must-see list, the forum, our favorite place at StyQR. You will be able to wander around freely, immersing yourself in this ancient culture. It is still possible to visit some of the temples as well as some of the houses and living areas. We advise you to climb the hill of Mount Palatine, which will offer you a breathtaking view of the forum.

Continuing with the emblematic monuments of Rome, you will find the piazza Rotonda, where the famous Panthéon is located. The entrance is free. If you choose to go there on the weekend you will need to reserve a time slot on the city’s website.

If you have to visit only one area, then choose the Trastevere district. Rich in small stores and restaurants, it is particularly pleasant to walk around at the end of the day and to have dinner.

Take a breakquiet

For those who need to recharge their batteries, the best place to do so is in the gardens of Villa Borghese.
The ideal place to recharge your batteries before setting out again to conquer Rome

Eating outin Rome

Finally we will finish with a few lines on Roman gastronomy. It is not in Rome that you will die of hunger, far from it. However, we leave you free to choose the addresses you want to try.

We just want to give you a little tip, avoid all the restaurants that are too close to the tourist spots or that title part of their menu “tourist menu”.

If you are looking for authenticity and good flavors, then we advise you to walk through the streets of the city to try a more typical and authentic trattoria.

Our Roman tour ends here, we hope we’ve given you the desire to go and discover the secrets of Rome by yourself.

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