Rome is a city rich in museums.

Among these you can not miss a visit to the NAPOLEONIC MUSEUM, where you will find an important collection of works of art, Napoleonic relics, family memories, which document the intense relationships that linked the Bonaparte family to Rome.

You can admire about fifteen thousand works of art, furniture, objects and relics of the Bonaparte family…



In this House Museum are exposed not only beautiful paintings with portraits of the emperor and famous people but also objects of common use that will make you experience the sensations of living in Rome in 1800 AD.

The MUSEUM to Touch!

I inform you about the possibility of making a tactile-sensorial visit! Touching the works you will notice how the habits of fashion have changed during the 18th century. Very nice!



Free tactile-sensory guided tour
with reservations required at 060608 (every day 9.00 - 19.00)
Reservations close 24 hours before the event

MUSEO NAPOLEONICO, Piazza di Ponte Umberto I, 1


  • Tuesday to Sunday from 10 am to 6 pm
  • December 24th and 31st from 10.00 am to 2.00 pm
  • Closed on Monday, December 25th, January 1st, May 1st

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Castel S. Angelo and Mastro Titta: the death sentences carried out in the square

On a trip to Rome it is mandatory to visit Castel Sant’Angelo.

Castel S. Angelo and Mastro Titta

Castel Sant’Angelo, built in 123 d.C. to contain the remains of Emperor Adriano and his family, he has stood up to the changes and destructions that have swept, in almost two thousand years, all the other monuments of the Roman Era.

It was a Funerary Monument, a Fortified Outpost, then a Terrible Prison and therefore a Splendid Renaissance Residence.

There are many legends about the famous monument of Castel 
One of the most beautiful concerns the modification of the name from Hadrian's Mausoleum to the actual Castel S. Angelo

Rome was devastated by the plague and under a terrible flood of the 
Tiber. On the 29th of August, 529, the silhouette of an angel 
appeared on top of the Castle, the plague epidemic stopped and Rome 
flourished again!

Castel S.Angelo

Its walls, in the solemn Roman spaces, have known the art of Michelangelo in the sumptuous frescoed rooms, but also the horrors of the prisons!

Death sentences were carried out in the square inside and the executioner for the Papal State for more than half of the 800 was the famous Mastro Titta.

Castel S. Angelo and Mastro Titta

Every time he crossed the bridge, the population was warned, so that everyone knew that an execution was scheduled! In his long career the Boia Mastro Titta executed 516 sentences all described in his “Annotations”.

Castel S. Angelo and Mastro Titta

Anyway…you can not miss the marvelous view on ancient Rome, from the terrace!

Schermata 2018-09-30 alle 17.20.22


Bistrot with views in the Villa Medici (Rome)

  • ROME

Above Piazza di Spagna, in Viale della Trinità dei Monti 1, you can not miss a visit to Villa Medici and its gardens, considered among the most beautiful in the world!

Bistrot with views in the Villa Medici (Rome)

The Villa Medici always frequented by artists and art historians, since 1803 is the headquarters of the French Academy in Rome.

Bistrot with views in the Villa Medici (Rome)

You will enjoy one of the most beautiful views of Rome…

Bistrot with views in the Villa Medici (Rome)

Inside the Villa Medici, I suggest you stop by COLBERT, a restaurant and bistrot, located in the Galleria del Duca Ferdinando dé Medici.
Roman cuisine but with a French touch, trés chic and with a spectacular view!

The average price is around 25/30 euros. 

  • Closed on Monday- Opening hours: 10.00am-7.00pm
  • Reservations: +39 3311230260
  • Viale della Trinità dei Monti 1 (above Piazza di Spagna)

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