Rome, Italy Gallery - Photo Highlights of Italy with Guides, Hotels & Tours

Rome is filled with iconic Italian locations. It is a mix of ancient history through modern day archetecture that you can rarely find in the world today, all mixed together rather seemlessly. You may see the structures that are over 1,000 years old on one block followed by fountains created in the 18th and 19th centuries on the next and then modern cafes and graffiti art on the one after that. Every turn you take can lead to something even more interesting! If you are interested in any of these photos without the watermark, please contact us.

Italy is one of the most traveled to countries in the world, and it’s no wonder with all the movies it shows up in! From A Good Woman (Amalfi Coast), Only You (Amalfi Coast), Under the Tuscan Sun (Positano and Tuscany), The Italian Job (Northwestern Italy), The Godfather (Northeast Sicily), The Talented Mr Ripley, A Room With A View, Tea With Mussolini, Much Ado About Nothing, the 1950’s hit Roman Holiday, Letters to Juliet, the James Bond film Quantum of Solace, and of course the first stop in Eat, Pray, Love.

You can even grab a travel guide for Italy, such as Fodor's The Amalfi Coast, Capri & Naples, Rick Steves Snapshot Naples & the Amalfi Coast: Including Pompeii, or Lonely Planet Naples, Pompeii & the Amalfi Coast (Travel Guide). Learning more about the culture of Italy using the Italy - Culture Smart!: The Essential Guide to Customs & Culture book is also recommended!


Best Value Luxury Hotel, Experience & Location: Roma Luxus Hotel (price varies)

Best Value B&B & Location: Made in Rome B&B (as low as $87 USD per night)

Best Value Bed & Breakfast : Residenza il Magnifico (as low as $38 USD per night)

Cheapest Decent Hostel & Location: Backpackers Piramide - Hostel (as low as $19 USD per night)

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