Rome

Rome: why not?!?

Rome is an incredible city. With its layers of fascinating history, stunning architecture and eternal magnetism, it’s easy for the Italian destination to get under your skin as soon as you arrive. It is, however, difficult to really capture a sense of the city in just one trip (or even multiple visits, for that matter), but Photographer Oliver Astrologo set out to do just that in his short film simply entitled Roma. “Rome has been documented in different ways and for different purposes, but few videos make you appreciate this city through local’s eyes,” Astrologo writes. From start to finish, the 3:27-minute video is an adventure, speeding through the streets while taking moments to slow down and feel the quiet breath of the city. Be careful though, watching this may just cause you to book a ticket.

Where to Stay
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In close proximity of Rome’s most romantic fountain, in the narrow streets of Rome, a stone’s throw from the Trevi Fountain, there is CasaCau, which offers a different and atypical hotel concept, but as we are used to, of undoubted and high quality. Here you will have the impression of staying at home and you can always count on the staff at your complete disposal to help you discover the beauties of Rome, its chic shops and countless restaurants. Why not take the opportunity to experience Rome as a Roman?
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This is the thread that proposes CasaCau. A charming 17th century building, divided into six apartments, all original, stylish and functional. All the apartments provide a fully equipped kitchen, separate bedroom and dining room. All the six apartments of CasaCau are based on a retro-chic but eclectic style. Inside it has been possible to harmonize and perfectly combine the vintage design with a baroque decor and more contemporary objects and comforts.
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Do not expect to find a restaurant inside CasaCau, but on the other hand each apartment, as mentioned, has a kitchen equipped with pantry and fridge. You will find milk, juices, water, pasta, sugar and coffee, all included for free. Moreover, at the arrival, a shopper bag with eggs and fresh fruit will be in your kitchen inside each apartment. Last but not least, every morning, pastries are left behind each door along with a newspaper, all for maximum comfort. That said, in any case you don’t need to go far to find a great restaurant where you can taste the cuisine of Rome and then, you know, a nice walk will make you hungry.



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