The city

"In my life I have been fortunate to have explored fascinating places around the world. There is one particular city though, that keeps giving me new emotions every day. It is Roma (or Rome). Its variety of architectures that stands clearly apart from other "megacities", Its unparalleled history legacy and Its intimate and quieter sides make Rome a city that does get into your bloodstream. Rome has been documented in different ways and for different purposes but few videos make you appreciate this city through local's eyes. I have dedicated months filming everyday's moment to describe a day in Rome through a roman's eyes. This short film is the result. Let me indulge you for a few minutes" (Oliver Astrologo).

 

Download the best Apps for the City of Rome

ULMON

 
There’s nothing like the feeling when you arrive in an exciting city for the first time. Now that feeling got even better by having all the information you need available at right at your fingertips. CityMaps2Go is the ultimate app for travelers who want to be prepared wherever they go. Discover amazing places, save and organize them in lists & share them with your friends. The #1 travel app lets you discover exciting new places, beautiful photos and insider tips at the touch of a button. You will receive stories about places you like and can instantly save and find them on your maps and in your lists.

TRIPOSO

 
The Rome travel guide is a complete and up to date city guide. It works offline, you don't need an internet connection. Bookmark interesting places in the sightseeing section with all the monuments. Pick your ideal restaurant in the eating out section containing the best restaurants. Discover the nightlife of Rome! Bars, pubs & discos in Rome. Use the detailed offline map of Rome to simply find out where you are and see what's around. The complete background information can be an interesting read at home or on the road to your next adventure.

STREETART ROMA

 
If you want your visit to go beyond the tourist staples of the Colosseum, Roman Forum and the Pantheon, download this free guide to Rome’s street art. With descriptions and information about more than 100 artworks dotted around the city, this app will help anyone seeking an alternative taste of Roman culture, far from the masterpieces you’ll find in the museums.