Rome Quadriportico, with a striking statue of St. Paul holding his sword.
People walking around the Colosseum by night.
Tourists’ gaze is drawn to the imposing Fountain of the Four Rivers in the center of the Piazza Navona, dominating the scene with its powerful presence and statues that seem to come alive from the sound of the rushing streams of water. The four marble statues around the central obelisk represent the four major rivers known at the time.
Water flowing abundantly in the Trevi fountain, the largest and most famous Baroque fountain in Rome. The central figures of the fountain are Neptune (God of the sea), flanked by two Tritons. One struggles to master a "sea horse", and the other holds a far more docile animal. These symbolize the two contrasting moods of the sea. When in Rome, visiting the Trevi Fountain is a must.
The motor boat tour of the Grand Canal brings the magic of Venice alive allowing to appreciate the beauty and uniqueness of a city built on water.
Traveling by boat, you'll see all the magical details that make Venice an enchanting escape.
Pine trees and rich greenery can be seen as we cross the Grand Canal, Venice.
Located a short walk west of the Colosseum, the Arch of Constantine is a well-preserved monumental arch erected (sometime soon after 315) to commemorate the victory of Constantine, the first Christian emperor, over his rival Maxentius at the Battle of the Milvian Bridge in 312. One of the largest arches built by the Romans, the arch of Constantine features a lot of fine sculptures.
The Ponte Regina Margherita, which consists of three arches, is more than 100m long and has a width of more than 50m.
Tourists from different nationalities flocking to the Moor Fountain.
Taking a gondola ride is a must when visiting Venice.
Night lights at the Colosseum.
The pantheon surrounding area is lively with tourists from all over the world.
Venice rests on a cluster of central islands in the shallow waters of the Venice lagoon.
Venice is one of the most fascinating cities in the world featuring the coolest most impressive architecture.
Composed of 117 islands in the Venetian Lagoon and held together by a series of canals, Venice is like no other city in the world.
Orchestra performing in Rome.
A pharaoh wrapped in gold, standing in Piazza Navona, and bowing whenever a tourist puts money in his bucket.
Tourists heading to the Piazza di Spagna by bike or on foot.
Tourists flock to the Pantheon, one of the best preserved buildings of ancient Rome.
Running water flowing gently over the stones, making a soothing sound.
Lining the canal are magnificent examples of Venetian architecture.
Rome streets are lively even at night.
Street artist playing the harp in Bologna.
Venice is one of those amazing cities that will surely make you believe in fairy tales.
Both motor boats and Gondolas, the classic Venetian boats, cruise the Grand Canal.
Wonderfully designed building in Rome.
This large sunny square is the true hub of Rome featuring the impressive equestrian statue of King Vittorio Emmanuele II.
An artist disguised in a white queen amuses tourists next to the Four Rivers Fountain.
Porta del Popolo has always been the major entrance to Rome from the north. Piazza del Popolo was therefore the first view of the city that tourists perceived after passing through the gate.
Throngs of people crowding the streets of Rome. People walking under the sight of those sipping a cup of coffee or having a drink.
Venice is like no other city in the world.
Santa Maria dei Miracoli and Santa Maria di Montesanto are two churches in Rome, often cited as "twin", due to their similar external appearance.
The Isola Tiberina is a remarkable piece of land in the middle of the Tiber.
Gypsy troupe in Piazza Navona performing a traditional dance under the sight of astonished tourists.
Small wave trains created by the boat’s movement.
Venice is a peerless city suspended between land and water.
Young girl drinking from the fountain at the Piazza del Popolo. Amazing statues witness the great architectural detail.
Different transportation means are present on the streets of Rome, from horse-drawn carriages, to cars, motorbikes, and bikes…
The Colosseum continues to attract tourists even by night…
People gather to watch an entertaining street show in the plaza. Xavier
Piazza del Popolo seen from above, while the restoration of the obelisk is underway.
Tourists gathered around the Fontana di Trevi, one of the most famous and popular tourist attractions in Rome. A legend says that throwing a coin into the fountain or drinking of its water ensures one’s return to Rome.
Tourists walking across La Piazza del Popolo, a large urban square in Rome. At the center of this piazza lies an authentic Egyptian obelisk, under restoration, originally belonging to Ramesses II. The fountain surrounding it, Fontana dell' Obelisco, was constructed in the 19th century and is dominated by four Egyptian-style lions.
In the crowded square outside the Pantheon, a central fountain topped by an ancient Egyptian obelisk, attracts tourists eager to take pictures. Moving to the Pantheon interior, we see the painting of the Incredulity of Saint Thomas.
Gondolas lined between wooden poles and docked along the Grand Canal's edge.
A relief of the flight to Egypt carved in the wall of the Pantheon. The main altar of the church is opposite the entrance, and the original 7th century icon of the Madonna and Child can be seen above it.