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Published : Apr, 2023

Sites & attractionsCity tours & passesCooking ClassHiBike & Circo Massimo ExperienceColosseumWine Tasting by ColosseumPantheon2-3-4 Choices: €69-€89-€109Rome Explorer Pass (40+ Top Sites)5-6-7 Choices: €129-€149-€169Palatine HillRoman ForumBig Bus HOHORome Catacombs
Rome is one of the most iconic and history-rich destinations in the world.
Majestic churches. Ancient ruins. World-renowned museums and monuments. Incredible Italian food. Not to mention, Vatican City...

If you’re looking to do more for less, sightseeing and attractions passes can be an excellent way to maximize your travel experience without breaking the bank.

Allow me to introduce Go City’s Rome Explorer Pass. It includes sightseeing, guided tours, concerts, and dining – a little bit of everything.
Do I have your attention yet? Let’s take a closer look to see what this pass has to offer!

Published : Jun, 2022

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We are officially back in Europe for Summer!! Kickstarting right here in Rome - the capital of Italy with a travel vlog showing you where to stay, eat, what to do and where you're gonna find the best pizza and pasta.

Published : May, 2022

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My first impression of the eternal city was not the best one. I found it noisy, too much traffic and overcrowded with tourists at all the key sightseeing spots. However falling in love with Rome is a bit like appreciating a bottle of fine old wine. Older you grow, the better it tastes, the more you appreciate its ageing gnarled beauty. One way I grew to love Rome is to get up early and explore the city by foot. There’s something ethereal, almost illicit about the beauty of walking the empty streets of Rome bathed in the light of dawn. All the key sights like Piazza Navona, Trevi Fountain and the Spanish Steps are pretty much devoid of tourists. Beside the practical reason of avoiding Rome’s chaotic transportation system, with all the delicious gelatos and pizza you may savour, walking helps not also to reduce the guilt but possibly your waistline. Plus if you get up early, on your way back to your hostel or hotel, you’ll be in time to pick up freshly baked bread at one of the century old bakeries. Just like Romans do. My preference is Antico Forno Roscioli. They also do great pizza al taglio-by the slice. Despite being almost 2800 years, Rome has many hidden secrets like this. Below I’ve revealed the 20 best things to do in Rome on a budget, with the help of some passionate locals.

Published : Nov, -0001

How to get thereSites & attractionsFood (any)Activities: CulturalActivities: Nature & WildlifeAlmalfi coastVeniceTuscanyColosseumLake ComoItalian CuisineItalian pizzaGnocchiLasagne
When it comes to bucket list destinations, there are many countries you can include – London, Maldives, the Caribbean, Australia and of course Italy!

Italy is flooded with history, known for its delicious cuisine and can be booked as part of an affordable break or ultra-luxury break (a private jet to Italy is more affordable than you may think).

You can visit this wonderful country as part of a romantic break away with your loved one, you can bring your children on a family break away to Italy or you can visit with your friends and family – the possibilities are endless.