Care for the homeless and refugees
No man or woman should be hungry while others have plenty. No man should sleep on the streets while there are empty beds just metres away. No-one should suffer deprivation and desperation while others celebrate their good fortune. When good quality food is thrown away every day by individuals, families, supermarkets, food shops and restaurants, while there are empty beds and buildings, we will inspire to change the way society thinks and acts.
And yet Rome faces all these issues. You can be the change.
You can help groups of poor or homeless Italians and immigrants by serving home-cooked food on the street close to Tiburtina, one of Rome’s main stations, giving clothes, shoes and recognition to desperate and disadvantaged people. “Tiburtina Tuesday” now attracts around 150 men and women each week.
You can also take food, human compassion and essentials to other locations in Rome, and tour the streets stopping to help, to talk or to embrace.
Accommodation in Rome
A noble neoclassic villa just a few minutes walk from the Trevi Fountain, Villa Spalletti Trivelli has been owned by the same distinguished family for over 100 years. Located in the heart of the fashionable Eternal City, Villa Spalletti Trivelli, with it’s 12 luxury bedrooms and suites, represents the ideal place to stay in Rome. […]
La Posta Vecchia is a five-star hotel located in the coastal town of Palo Laziale, just 40-minutes from Rome and 20 minutes from Fiumicino Airport. A blend of new and old, the hotel boasts an exclusive 18th century décor, breathtaking panoramic views of the Tyrrhenian Sea and immaculately manicured grounds complete with well-preserved ruins that […]
A dream which, if you want, you can make a splendid reality! Castello della Castelluccia, was built between the 10th and 13th centuries by the noble Cancellieri family, descendants of the Orsinis, on the ruins of an ancient Roman villa. Through the centuries it has seen the rise and fall of many noble families that […]
Perfectly situated for popping into Gucci, Fendi or Hermès stores, and just seconds from the Spanish Steps, Crossing Condotti is also ideally placed to see Rome’s main historical attractions. An elegant, private residence offering warm and discreet hospitality, it is an ancient building with 9 rooms and 4 categories – with a design blending modern […]
Rome is the birthplace of both the Baroque style and Neoclassicism. Rome has the status of a global city. The Vatican City is an independent country geographically located within the city boundaries of Rome, the only existing example of a country within a city: for this reason Rome has been often defined as capital of two states.