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Rome: Stylish New Boutique Hotels

On this trip to Rome, our writer tried out four new boutique properties and a grand hotel that's been earning extravagant plaudits in the travel press.

Ancient Rome Without the Crowds

While the Sistine Chapel, Pantheon and Colosseum are overcrowded, Rome has plenty of attractions that are crowd-free. Here are seven worth visiting.

Is The Inn at the Roman Forum Still Recommendable?

We pay incognito visits to current recommendations to ensure that they are maintaining their standards. Here we check up on The Inn at the Roman Forum.

Jewish Rome: A Walking Tour of the Former Ghetto

It helps to visit the former Jewish Ghetto with a guide. We were led us on an engrossing and personal tour through Jewish Roma Walking Tours.

Rome Restaurants: New Discoveries and Old Favorites

Rome has long been renowned for traditional foods. But nowadays visitors can choose from a widening selection of contemporary and experimental eateries.

Another Side of the Vatican: Touring the Gardens and Necropolis

The contrasting tours of the gardens and the necropolis were utterly fascinating, and they felt a world away from the jostling crowds in the Vatican Museums.

Newly Recommended Hotels in Rome

On this trip to Rome, we tested out new boutique hotels, along with one grand hotel that has been receiving great travel press. Here's what we found.

3 Outstanding Cooking Classes in Rome

Food is one of the great pleasures of a visit to Rome. In foodie destinations, we often enroll in a cooking class, but this time we decided to take three.

6 Must-Visit Sites for Bernini Fans

Like Michelangelo, Bernini made an immense contribution to the fabric and artistic patrimony of Rome. Here six must-see places to view his dramatic works.