Aventine Hill is one of Rome’s famous seven hills. It’s the southernmost hill, located on the eastern bank of the Tiber River. This hill is important in the myths involved with the founding of Rome. The brothers, Romulus and Remus, each chose one of ... 

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In the square

October 2014

Photo shoot opportunity!

Outside the Knights of Malta Gate

September 2014

Outside the Knights of Malta Gate (also known as the keyhole view of St. Peter's dome).

Daniel, our guide...

September 2013

With his little 500, who stole the show!

Parking up in style near Piazza Navona...

September 2013

Parking up in style near Piazza Navona...

Private Tour: Rome Sightseeing by Vintage Fiat 500

August 2012

Private Tour: Rome Sightseeing by Vintage Fiat 500

Private Tour: Rome Sightseeing by Vintage Fiat 500

August 2012

Private Tour: Rome Sightseeing by Vintage Fiat 500

Private Tour: Rome Sightseeing by Vintage Fiat 500

August 2012

Private Tour: Rome Sightseeing by Vintage Fiat 500

View over Rome

August 2012

Kim M
Australia

Rome as far as the eye can see

Colosseum

August 2012

Kim M
Australia

It takes on a whole new ambience at night

My guide

August 2012

Kim M
Australia

The ever smiling and wonderfully friendly Vespa tour guide Valerio.

Spanish Steps

August 2012

Kim M
Australia

One of the city's most popular attractions

The Vatican and St Peters

August 2012

Kim M
Australia

Beautiful by day, stunning by night

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December 2011

From the top of Aventine Hill. The keyhole

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December 2011

Remains of a temple recovered in actual Italy Bourse.

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December 2011

Angel's Castle

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