Situated in a historic Roman building in the early twentieth century, Rome Style Hotel is an elegant 4 Star Superior boutique hotel with an innovative design. It blends the uniqueness and history with a touch of contemporary style.
Nestled in the heart of Rome, Rome Glam Hotel welcomes its guests in a modern and exclusive location. Warm, comfortable and bright rooms with contemporary furniture and conceived with special attention to detail.
In the heart of the historical centre of Rome, The Tribune Hotel welcomes its guest in a prime location and just steps away from Villa Borghese gardens, Via Veneto, and the main attractions of the Eternal City.
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Stockholm’s old town is one of the best preserved medieval centres. The island is almost entirely pedestrian-friendly and it’s packed with sights, attractions, restaurants, cafés, bars and places to shop. It’s great to get lost in the narrow winding cobblestone streets, with their buildings in so many different shades of gold, gibing this area its unique character. Even now cellar vaults and frescoes from the Middle Ages can be found behind the visible facades, and on snowy winter days the district feels like something from a story book.
The Vasa Museum
The enormous 64-gun warship Vasa sank in Stockholm’s harbour on its maiden voyage is 1628. Fully preserved in the mudflats, it was carefully restored and a whole museum & exhibition was built around it. The sight is absolutely amazing – this is the only almost fully intact 17th century galleon, so no wonder this is the most popular museum in Sweden.
The ABBA Museum
ABBA are an integral part of Swedish culture and an international household name. The city has built an entire museum around this iconic pop group. Here you will learn about how ABBA came to be, why their songs were so successful and see plenty of original costumes and props, together with a few fun interactive exhibit. You can also check into Sweden’s music Hall of Fame.
The Royal Palace
The official residence of His Majesty the King of Sweden, have over 600 rooms. The Palace is open to the public and offers no less than five museums. Built during the eighteenth century in the Italian Baroque style, the Palace’s location is where “Tre Kronor” castle used to be before it burned down in 1697. Visit the reception rooms with splendid interiors from the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries.
Djurgården Island & Park
The green island of Djurgården, close to central Stockholm, is beloved by both Stockholmers and tourists. Djurgården is a calm oasis which has been royal land since the 15th century. There are fine areas to stroll, for example around the Djurgårdsbrunn canal and Blockhusudden. In winter this is where people come ice skating.