Vagrants of the World Travel
A place where emperors fought to live and where Imperial Palaces were extravagant beyond imagination
At the centre of four of Rome’s major crossroads, it is renowned for some of Rome’s most important attractions
Over 2,000 years old, The Pantheon is one of Rome’s best-preserved monuments. It has the largest unsupported and unreinforced concrete dome in the world.
Villa Borghese is where art lovers can indulge in Roman art without the maddening crowds.
The smallest country in the world but one of Rome’s biggest attractions.
Visit the Basilica and St Peter's Basilica Dome for incredible views over Vatican City.
Also known as Hadrian’s Tomb, it is one of the oldest buildings in Rome.
Trastevere is a vibrant neighbourhood with working-class roots and Bohemian vibe on the western banks of the River Tiber.
Add a second day to your Vatican itinerary with a visit to the Vatican Gardens and to trip to Castel Gandolfo - The Pontifical holiday retreat 28 kms from Rome.
Visit the 17th Century Papal Palace perched above Lake Albano and the beautiful city of Castel Gandolfo.