Rome, the Eternal City, is the cradle of civilization and an open-air museum. In addition to its artistic beauties, however, it represents the true emblem of Italian culture, with its typical cuisine, the mild climate, and its inhabitants’ sunny character. In this article you will find out why moving to Rome is a good idea and we will give you at least three reasons why you should pack your bags right away … and look for a house in the centre!
Live immersed in the artistic heritage of Rome
With the Colosseum, the Spanish Steps, the Imperial Forums, the Trevi Fountain, Piazza del Popolo, the Altare della Patria, the Pantheon, St. Peter’s Square and Castel Sant’Angelo, the choice is truly vast … and the list of monuments in Rome is still exceptionally long!
The city represents the cradle of world culture. It hosts half a billion tourists eager to discover its wonders every year.
But Rome is not only rich in monuments. It hosts many museums that contain some of the most important works of art of the globe. The Vatican Museums, the Sistine Chapel and the Capitoline Museums are just small examples of its vast cultural and artistic heritage.
The breath-taking views that the city offers, especially at sunset, are equally important! You will find citizens and tourists looking for the best sunset on St. Peter’s dome in every corner of the centre. Our favourite? Indeed, the one that can be admired from the Pincio terrace, a few steps from the luxury apartments of Domus Daini.
Typical Roman cuisine and why you should move to Rome immediately
Tourists, especially from outside Italy, really appreciate typical Roman cuisine, so much so that some of them decide to move to the Eternal City to enjoy it every day.
Like Julia Roberts in “Eat, Pray, Love,” you could have every day an ice cream in the city centre or dinner in a typical trattoria in Campo de’ Fiori. For street food, a drink, and a livelier nightlife, you can instead head to Trastevere, the most popular area among young people and tourists.
In addition to the countless typical restaurants in the centre, however, you could go out of town and reach Ariccia. With its typical trattorias (the fraschette), it is the true heart of typical Roman cuisine.
Do not forget, though, that food tastes better if you share it! Romans are extremely friendly and very pleasant. Whether for study, work, or tourism, you are sure to find someone to share your culinary experiences with!
Green spaces in the centre of Rome
Although it is a European capital and a very populous and busy city (we advise you to take the metro), Rome is full of green spaces in the centre.
Villa Ada, Villa Pamphili and Villa Torlonia are some of them. However, the most important park in the centre of Rome is Villa Borghese, located between the Pinciano and Parioli districts, close to the Spanish Steps and Piazza del Popolo.
Citizens and tourists go to Villa Borghese for a walk, to play sports or visit the numerous museums and public spaces it contains.
Moving to Rome in a luxury apartment
So how can you enjoy all these fantastic benefits? With at least three examples, we have explained to you why moving to Rome is a great idea. We will give you another one: Domus Daini.
The luxury residence in the centre is located just behind Villa Borghese, a few steps from the most important monuments of Rome. The tenants of Domus Daini live in the very heart of the Eternal City, a stone’s throw from the most beautiful restaurants, museums, and green spaces in the area. The panorama? It is included in the price of the apartment, and you can admire it from your balcony or private terrace!