The Lonely Planet format dedicated to Italy lands in Rome and invites you to rediscover known and lesser known corners of the capital in 48 hours.
Lonely Planet lancia 48 hours to …, the initiative that runs through and tells about Italy through its regions and cities, to provide new ideas, start traveling again and invite the Italians to spend at least 48 ore in the chosen place. Among the scheduled stops, the Lonely Planet project also stops in Rome to give a voice to two testimonial who fell in love with the capital and chose to live there.
Only those who live in the city – this is the idea behind the project – he knows it all the secrets: the intricate alleys of the historic center, the ancient shops, the views admired during a boat ride instead of from an already known perspective. But also the creativity and dynamism of the suburbs that normally remain off the consolidated tourist routes.
It doesn’t take much to rediscover the eternal heritage of a city with a thousand-year history like Rome, to draw the maximum dall’experience of visit. Curiosity and attention are the two ingredients needed to leave in search of the usual and the unusual.
The project 48 hours to …
The project Lonely Planet 48 hours to … is a proposal of itineraries through articles, videos, photographs and travel diaries by the Lonely Planet authors, enriched by media partnership with Repubblica.it and Igers Italia.
UniCredit is the main sponsor with the UniCredit Made4Italy program. UniCredit is committed to supporting projects that provide for the integration of tourism and agriculture through a ceiling of 5 billion euros. It also provides a specific advice dedicated and calibrated to the needs of each individual project selected on the territories.
For more information on 48 hours in Rome is available on official site of the project di Lonely Planet.
Source: Turismo Roma.
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