Immerse yourself and your partner in Ancient Roman life as you witness the remains of what is believed to have been constructed as a gift from the Roman emperors to the general public.
This is the perfect date-night activity if horror is your comfort genre. The underground network of catacombs under the Italian capital are a thrilling exploration site for the adventurous couple that doesn’t scare off easily.
If you’re someone who fawns over tradition, the famous Trevi Fountain is guaranteed to be a romantic spot for you and your partner. This iconic landmark has forever been a favourite destination for tourists visiting Rome
The Borghese Gallery is a must visit for the art-loving couple with a true appreciation for the creative spirit. Spend Valentine’s Day at this landmark site, admiring works of artists like Raphael and Caravaggio.
Nothing says “romance” like Michelangelo’s breath-taking rendition of the scenes from Genesis on the ceilings of the Sistine Chapel.
When in Rome, do as the Romans do! And what better way to celebrate your love for your partner on Valentine’s Day, than to show them Rome at the romantic hour of dusk?
Here’s a fun option for the globe-trotting couple that rarely stays in one place for long. Pack your bags, load your cameras, and take your nomadic spirits on a day trip to Amalfi Coast for a quick getaway from the hustle-bustle of Rome.
There's nothing quite like a night at the opera to really set the mood. Immerse yourself in the artistry of Vivaldi, La Traviata, or Rigoletto by attending a performance held in exquisite locations such as cathedrals, museums and Roman ruins.
This specifically curated walking tour will fulfil the soul of every indulgent, curious, food-loving couple. Meet the expert tour guide who takes you through a day filled with hearty food, delicious wine, plenty of sightseeing opportunities, and memorable moments to cherish with your partner.
It would be considered heresy to visit Rome and to not drop by the iconic Pantheon. And what better way to see this stunning ancient Roman temple, than to do so arm-in-arm with your significant other?