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OCTOBER 11-17, 2020


Rome If You Want TO

It's called the Eternal City because the Romans believed that while empires may rise and fall, Rome would go on forever. And so it has. A stroll in the footsteps of the founders of Western civilisation transports you back to Rome's glorious past but the city's magic is more than just its history. Rome holds  a vibe all her own with ancient ruins, ivy-draped facades, rooftop terraces, gobsmackingly gorgeous views, some of the world's most iconic masterpieces, not to mention all the best fashion, feasting (and dare we say it) the best footwear a gal could ever dream of. Indeed, there's no place like Rome. 


Rendezvous in one of the world's most evocative cities, immersing yourselves in the city's best: sampling fantastic food in some of Rome's most beloved eateries, breathtaking vistas, rooftop cocktails, and, of course, a bit of culture and history. Designed to be a fabulously fun fling of a trip, you won't have to think about a thing - just show up and we'll make sure you do as the Romans do...

The Itinerary

The city of Rome has often been called a living room, lending itself perfectly to the attitude of enjoyment and pleasure Romans live by. People-watching in the piazzas while sipping cappuccino or a Campari spritz is just as much part of the Roman experience as visiting the Colosseum. Stroll through Rome's famed streets, and one of our phenomenal guides will show you some of her best-kept secrets. Top it all off with a heaping bowl of cacio e pepe, or the thin, crunchy crust of pizza Romana, and if it's in season, a 'carciofo alla giudia', a 'Jewish-style' artichoke. And of course, afterwards...gelato anyone? Rome, by the way, has some of Italy's best. We won't limit you to one, though - you'll need to have a sampling of several and decide for yourself. Not to worry, you'll have plenty of time to dance off the calories should you choose to partake in Rome's heady nightlife.   


Just a few blocks from the river, surrounded by narrow cobbled streets lined with old houses and workshops, stay in a four star forward-thinking hotel, within strolling distance from Europe’s oldest jewish quarter, several renaissance palazzos, and all the lively piazza life.

“When in Rome, live as Romans do...”

- Saint Ambrose

Best time to go: September - May (avoiding the hotter months!)


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