Rome is a living, breathing museum, an archaeological archive of Western culture.
A tour of literary Rome revisits the lives of English Romantic poets John Keats and Percy Bysshe Shelley, who are both buried in the city's Non-Catholic Cemetery.
Travel leaves its mark on Sam Moran: left arm is full of tattooed passport stamps.
Caroline Gladstone sits back and takes in the views - and stories - on a driving tour of Rome.
As part of the Ferragamo group, it's not surprising this bijoux hotel oozes such style.
Wandering the Eternal City provides sumptuous historical architecture and insights into stylish contemporary Roman life.
When travelling overseas, do you stay in someone's home or a hotel room?
Once you've found a bed, you can enjoy the Eternal City on a tight budget, writes Steve McKenna.
You cannot walk 100 metres in Rome without experiencing some of its astounding history. From the Roman Forum, to the Colosseum, the magnificent Pantheon to St Peters and the Vatican, even its foreboding monks in the bone church, this is one of the world's greatest capitals. Don't forget to experience the convive of the youthful Trastevere, and the to-die-for cuisine.