There is a lot to love about Rome and Italy. First of all, Italy is home to the most beautiful city in the world, Rome (well, in my opinion, anyway!). Secondly, it has delicious food and even better drinks. Finally, the landscapes are simply breathtaking.
On my many escapades around Europe, where I’ve been lucky enough to visit countries like Spain, France and Belgium, I’ve had the pleasure of visiting Italy many times. Alongside Rome, I’ve also been lucky enough to spend time in Sicily, and the Dolomite Mountains. Here’s where to find a selection of my photography:
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Finally, you’ll find a short film of our time in the Dolomites below. If you’re looking for a promotional video, like the one you can see, head over to the tasfilm website.
As I mentioned before, I truly believe that Rome is one of the most beautiful cities in the world. In fact, the centre of Rome is one giant open-air museum that’s ready to be explored!
To explore all of the sights, you’ll need to allow at least three days. This will give you enough time to soak in the history and architecture of the Colosseum, St Peter’s Basilica, Pantheon, Trevi Fountain and the Roman Forum. That’s without even mentioning the Vatican and its museums, the many markets and the maze-like cobblestone streets! Oh, and don’t forget to make extra time to take plenty of photos, indulge in all of the local cuisines and shop at local boutiques.