One of the most notable works is the fountain by Ercole Drei, which depicts a beautiful bucolic scene of life in the fields.
From to walk through the lovely displays of flowering shrubs and conifers.
), it’s important to remember that inspiration can be found everywhere in bella Roma – especially ever-so-slightly off the beaten track.
Even on the 45-minute shuttle transfer from Fiumicino Airport to Rome there are countless sites of interest that most visitors don’t get to see. Ask your driver for some local tips and you might just be surprised at how many “other” roads lead to the historical heart Rome…
Your transfer journey from Fiumicino Airport to Rome is the perfect time to discover some of the city’s lesser-known cultural and historical gems.
Keep your eyes peeled along the route and ask your friendly driver for his or her best local tips.
History has painted from a palette of three millennia of glorious art and culture to create a masterpiece of magnificent proportions.
They retain a certain separate-ness from the city, and getting away from it all to spend a few hours in nature does wonders for flagging energy.
The 95,150m² is hidden in plain sight, offering a lush escape within easy access of public transport.
The 28 stairs represent a major Christian pilgrimage site, but even if you have no religious inclination they are an important and beautiful place to visit.
The stairs can only be climbed in a kneeling position and the act is seen as one of holy devotion, although there is a parallel set of stairs that can be used if your knees aren’t up to the job.
Wherever you join the path along the river, you can be assured that in some way it is inextricably entwined with the history of the city – whether through myth or hard facts.