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Enjoy the Eternal City: Rome

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About Rome

Rome, the Eternal City, is one of the oldest cities in Europe besides Athens, Malaga, and Seville. This magnificent city truly stands the test of time, as this city dates back to the times of the Roman Empire. Rome, at that time, was the center of the empire that ruled the European continent for ages. Now, this city is a magnet for tourists all year round. Stunning people from all over the world with their exquisite architecture, the city is renowned for the Colosseum (one of the New Seven Wonders of the World), the Trevi Fountain, and the Pantheon. The smallest city in the world, Vatican City, is located in Rome. If you want to combine travel with religious activities, Rome is the perfect destination to go to, especially during Easter. Not only is it historical, but this city is also the seat of Roman Catholicism. One of the largest churches, St. Peter’s Basilica, is situated here. Rome is exceptionally romantic with its pretty fountains, glorious monuments, and opulent piazzas.

The best time to take high class escort Lisa Blaine to Rome

The peak season to visit Rome is usually April through September. April marks the rise of sunny weather, and Easter celebrations make the city more joyful and alive. To boot, Rome’s birthday falls in April, so it is no surprise that festivities will swarm and surround the city. The city looks exceptionally breathtaking in April because the weather is gentle, and you can bring your food and enjoy them outside. The blue sky and spring petals just add more beauty to this much-loved city. If you plan your visit around Easter, there is a candlelit procession around the Colosseum led by the Pope on Good Friday. It is also around this time that the Spanish Steps of Piazza di Spagna is full of blooming azaleas and lilacs, and it definitely is eye candy. Rome is pretty busy all year round, but autumn is the ideal time to go to avoid tourists. 

Would you like to organize the perfect date in Rome? Let my team and I help you to create the perfect setting. We know the best restaurants, hotels, things to do, and more. Contact us now and learn more about the possibilities.

Would you like to organize the perfect date in Rome? Let my team and I help you to create the perfect setting. We know the best restaurants, hotels, things to do, and more. Contact us now and learn more about the possibilities.

The best hotel options in Rome

The First Roma Dolce

five star hotel rating

Only 300 meters from Via Margutta, this 5-star hotel offers a restaurant, free Wi-Fi, and a bar. Enjoy a restful sleep in the elegant and fully air-conditioned rooms. A flat-screen TV, a coffee machine, a bidet, a hairdryer, and a wardrobe assure that guests will not be bored and have their basic necessities fulfilled. What is even more unique is that this 5-star hotel comes with a fax and a photocopying machine if you need it.

Singer Palace Hotel

five star hotel rating

You cannot ask for a better location because Singer Palace Hotel is only 350m away from the Trevi Fountain, and what is the essence of visiting Rome if you do not toss a coin into the fountain? Elegantly decorated, some rooms come with a seating area. All rooms are equipped with a flat-screen TV with satellite channels. Guests are in for a treat every morning as the hotel serves a continental breakfast buffet.

Hotel Vilòn

five star hotel rating

This 5-star hotel is the perfect accommodation for shoppers, because it is 200m away from the famous shopping street, Via dei Condotti. The awesomeness does not end there because Piazza di Spagna square is within a 6-minute walk. Some of the rooms feature a terrace, so make sure you breathe in Rome’s beauty. The flat-screen TV is a cherry on top of a fantastic day of shopping and sightseeing.

Elizabeth Unique Hotel

five star hotel rating

Situated in the heart of Rome, Elizabeth Unique Hotel is dedicated to making guests feel comfortable with their all round facilities such as a restaurant with a bistro section, a bar, and free Wi-Fi. All rooms are tastefully decorated with artwork by Galleria Russo and feature a flat-screen TV, a safe deposit box, and a private bathroom. This hotel serves à la carte breakfasts so guests can jumpstart the day with enthusiasm.

J.K. Place Roma

five star hotel rating

Designed by Michele Bonan, the interiors of this hotel will leave guests in awe. Every room is air-conditioned and comes with a free minibar, a flat-screen TV with satellite channels, and a Bose SoundLink Mini system. The marble bathroom ensures you will have the best time when showering (and singing). This 5-star hotel has a strategic location and can be reached within 10 minutes from the Spanish Steps and the Pantheon.

NH Collection Roma Fori Imperiali

five star hotel rating

Overlooking the Roman Forum, this 5-star hotel offers a rooftop bar and all-day dining. A 24-hour front desk, room service, and free Wi-Fi are some of the facilities provided by NH Collection Roma Fori Imperiali. The interior is contemporary, and the wallpapers are in teal, gold, and gray. All rooms are air-conditioned and feature a flat-screen TV, a minibar, and a private bathroom. 

Rome’s most romantic restaurants

La Pergola ***

This exquisite restaurant overlooks the Eternal City and is decorated to resemble a panoramic roof garden. Chef Heinz Beck has a constant passion for Mediterranean cuisine, and the restaurant is always committed to incorporate only the best ingredients into the dishes. That, added with their ongoing pursuit of creativity, results in the restaurant’s fame and 3 Michelin stars. The veal and pigeon are to die for. The raspberry with almond ice cream will follow nicely after the delectable main course to complete your lovely evening.

Il Pagliaccio **

The charm of Il Pagliaccio lies in the simplicity of its menu. Using only a handful of ingredients, the chefs have managed to produce dishes so original and elegant. A wise man once said that you should not settle for à la carte because you were born for 10-course meals, and this restaurant echoes the sentiment. The 10-course Circus (creative cuisine) and 8-course Orme (signature dishes) will make your belly blissfully happy.

Zia *

The saying “age does not matter” rings true for Zia because chef Antonio who runs this beauty, is still young, but despite his youth, he is a true trailblazer. Taking the modern approach, the chef’s specialty lies in creating dishes based on seasonal Italian produce. His style is influenced by France and other countries, resulting in dishes that showcase techniques, precision, and continuous research. If you are feeling adventurous, try the pigeon in civet.

Pipero Roma *

Chef Ciro Scamardella is young and talented. He creates modern dishes based on the seasons and is not afraid to present the specialties native to his region, Campania. The combination of talent, a dependable team, and attention to detail is why he can produce such mouthwatering dishes. The dining room was recently refurbished, and they no longer use tablecloths to reveal the authentic charm of the tables made from ebony wood. Some of the recommended dishes include mussels with lemon and ravioli with cauliflower.

Assaje *

The word “assaje” means abundance in the Neapolitan dialect. Focusing on Mediterranean cuisine, the menu features classic and modern dishes that are imaginative and made with love. This restaurant comes with a range of options from fish to meat, and the professional and friendly service makes spending every penny worth it. One dish that stands out and takes the cake is duck breast with aubergine and currant puree.

La Terrazza *

The concept of La Terrazza is a roof garden restaurant overlooking the Eternal City. The dining room is modern and elegant, with creative and original dishes presented beautifully to grace and complete your night. The restaurant focuses on creating dishes that feature hints of local flavors. The main ingredient, however, is the chef’s imagination. It is not a trip to Italy if you don’t savor pasta, so we recommend a house favorite of La Terrazza, ravioli stuffed with broth.

Romantic highlights of the city

Visit the Trevi Fountain and toss coins for good luck

Even the most logical and pragmatic can be romantics when standing in front of the Trevi Fountain. After all, we could sometimes use a little hope, especially as hopeless romantics who believe the longstanding tradition that follows this fountain. The romantic myth of this fountain is that if you toss a coin over your left shoulder with your right hand, you will come back to Rome. However, if you toss the coin three times, something more significant may be coming your way.

Indulge in a rooftop candlelit dinner

Every corner of Rome screams romance. A candlelit dinner combined with the magnificent view of Rome from a rooftop restaurant will be one notable highlight of your romantic trip. Some of the luxury hotels feature rooftop bars that will take your breath away. Restaurants such as La Pergola and La Terrazza offer a spectacular view and beautiful dishes. Paired with the right bottle of wine, inhale the once-in-a-lifetime scenery and beauty that you cannot forget in years.

Go on a night tour at the Colosseum

This architectural wonder can get too crowded during the day and can be disturbing for couples who are looking for intimacy, but here’s some good news: you can book a night tour with just a few other people. Although this might seem unusual, the grandness of the Colosseum at night combined with the quietness create intimate and private vibes. The night tour also offers a visit to the Gladiators Quarter and the stories about the ancient Roman Empire.

Stroll around Villa Borghese

The complex of Villa Borghese spoils couples with the beautiful sights of gardens, historic buildings, and museums. Villa Borghese is quite close to the Spanish Steps and makes for an excellent attraction for visiting Rome for the first time. The affluent Borghese family established this villa.

One place you should not miss while here is the Galleria Borghese, where precious artworks are housed. Bernini’s sculptures are probably one of the most treasured artworks of the gallery. The park of Villa Borghese is also ideal for couples to take a leisurely stroll at, with its beautiful greenery and the Roman Temple.

Enjoy the bird’s eye view of Rome in a helicopter

The sky is truly the limit here. Some companies offer helicopter rides over Rome, and you should research how much they are and what the prices include. However, this activity is worth it if you feel like spending your fortune to make your lady happy. The helicopter ride will take you to enjoy the Vatican City, the River Tiber, the Villa Borghese, and other famous places of Rome from above.

Shop for some fine leather goods because you deserve them

Brands native to Italy such as Bottega Veneta, Valentino, and Prada carry fine leather goods ranging from bags, shoes to belts. If you want to spoil yourself and Lisa Blaine, go to Via Dei Condotti, one of Rome’s most famously fashionable streets filled with brand names such as Gucci, Armani, Prada, and Salvatore Ferragamo. Some other places you can consider buying branded goods are Via Frattina and Castel Romano.

Enjoy this gorgeous city to the fullest and let my team and I help create the perfect dream itinerary. We know the best places to have a bite to eat, clubs and bars, hotels, things to do, and much more. Contact us now and learn more about the possibilities.

Enjoy this gorgeous city to the fullest and let my team and I help create the perfect dream itinerary. We know the best places to have a bite to eat, clubs and bars, hotels, things to do, and much more. Contact us now and learn more about the possibilities.

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