Visiting Ostia Antica means having the extraordinary experience of a trip in Rome, in one of its most authentic and perhaps least known parts. It means to lose yourself in its history, its legends, its colors and its perfumes, entering into a kind of time machine and leaving.
History The Pantheon was built in 27 B.C. by Agrippa and re-built by Adriano. At first it was a place for pagan worship. Later (in the 7th century) it was transformed into a Christian basilica called St. Maria della Rotonda. This change allowed it to remain whole after the spoilings which were made by the […]
Piazza Navona Piazza Navona is the most cheerful and elegant of all the Roman squares, built on the Stadium of Domitian in the 1st century A.C. The square is the meeting point of both Romans and tourists who like to lie in the sun and enjoy the atmosphere in the bars. In ancient times the […]