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Our Location is the ideal starting point for visiting Rome

Piazza Navona is just around the corner.
Pantheon and  Campo di Fiori  are 5 minutes from the the piazza, Piazza di Pietra and  Trevi Fountain are 10 minutes away.
From Via de’ Coronari which is just in front of us you can reach Saint Peter’s Basilica and Vatican MuseumsSistine Chapel is located inside the Museums.
From Via de’ Soldati on our right corner you can walk to Piazza di Spagna and Via del Corso. Piazza del Popolo and Pincio Terrace. Ara Pacis and Piazza Augusto Imperatore are on your way through one of the most fascinating streets: Via di Ripetta.


Our preferred recommendations:

Once you have visited: 
- Vatican Museum and Saint Peter's Basilic
- Colosseum, the Roman Forum and the Palatine
Borghese Gallery; Paolina Borghese by Antonio Canova ( 1805-1808) in the photo 
we strongly suggest to visit: 
  • Doria Pamphilj Gallery: placed in the 16th century palace of the Doria family (Palazzo Doria Pamphilj) the gallery house the family private collection of great masterpieces including Caravaggio, Titian, Raphael, Carracci and Bernini. Tickets: Adults, from 15 €. Online reservations on their official site: https://www.doriapamphilj.it/en/tickets/ are mandatory.
  Caffè Doria is placed in the gallery  and it is an elegant Italian Bistrot to enjoy a pleasant lunch or aperitive.
  More details: www.caffedoria.it


Temporary Exhibitions in Rome

Palazzo Bonaparte, Piazza Venezia, 5
Vincent Van Gogh: From October 8th 2022 to March 26th 2023.
The exhibition includes more than 50 artworks in collaboration with Kröller Müller Museum from Otterlo.
Reservations: /www.mostrepalazzobonaparte.it
Palazzo Cipolla,  Via del Corso, 320
Raoul Dufy: From October 14th, 2022 to February 26th, 2023
The first exhibition in Italy dedicated to one of the masters of modern art.
Reservations: www.arthemisia.it/it/raoul-dufy-roma/
  • Caravaggio: original artworks in  San Luigi dei Francesi, Sant'Agostino and Santa Maria del Popolo
  • Colonna Gallery: the baroque gallery house the private collection of Colonna family. Visits only on Saturday and Sunday. Reservations on their official site: www.galleriacolonna.it
  • Galleria Sciarra: Today Galleria Sciarra is home to offices, but its internal courtyard is open to the public during business hours.

For further suggestions, please feel free to contact us: info@relaisrioneponte.com

How to visit and book the main attractions in Rome 

  • Colosseum, the Roman Forum and the Palatine - Domus Aurea: Book directly in the official site:  www.parcocolosseo.it
  • Vatican Museums and Sistine Chapel, Vatican Gardens and Necropolis: https://m.museivaticani.va/content/museivaticani-mobile/en.html. .
  • Saint Peter's Basilica has a free entrance 
  • Borghese Gallery:  Book always at least 15 days in advance.: www.gebart.it 
  • Capitoline Museums: www.museicapitolini.org
  • Crypta Balbi - Museo Nazionale Romano: https://museonazionaleromano.beniculturali.it/crypta-balbi/
  • Ara Pacis Museum: www.arapacis.it/en
  • Mauseoleum of Augustus: www.mausoleodiaugusto.it/en/booking/
  • National Gallery of Modern Art: www.galleriaartemodernaroma.it
  • Museum of Contemporary Art of Rome: www.museomacro.it
  • Villa Farnesina: www.villafarnesina.it
  • Palazzo Barberini and Galleria Corsini: www.barberinicorsini.org


Frequent travellers

If you are a frequent visitor of Rome, we will be delighted to design tailor made tours and tell you more about the best hidden treasures in the city depending on your interests.

Our Partners: our tours are provided by specialist and certified agencies at agreed rates:  Keys of Rome and Rome Jewish Tours.
Our cooking lessons are provided by InRome Cooking which is located a few steps away.
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