Affordable Rome Sightseeing


I love to plan trips.  Some of these I do end up taking and others are just wishful thinking – but whether I am planning for real or pretend I always try to make my trips as affordable and as fun possible!  Lately I’ve been dreaming about doing some Rome Sightseeing!

Recently, I was told about a new e-book that would help me with this dream.  Affordable Rome Sightseeing: Five Best Kept Secrets of Italy’s Most Amazing City. Reading this ebook taught me where to go for relaxation in Rome (for free!), where to eat (for reasonable prices!), how to enjoy Rome with kids, the littlest biggest view, and what tourist sites to check out.  Just looking at the photos in this book got me thinking about what photos I’d like to take if I ever do visit – it seems like anywhere you turn you will end up taking a photo of something picture perfect no matter what your skill level!  (And one of the photos is listed as a difficult photo to take, so now I have been challenged… lol)

Cath Andrews put this ebook together – while not a native of Rome, she has visited many times and loved it so much she decided to get married there! Cath’s passion for Italy led to her creating a website  – Explore Italian Culture and to put this ebook together to share her knowledge with those looking to visit.  While the book is only 15 pages, it is jam packed with information and photos and is a great resource for anyone who is going to Rome or planning on visiting there someday (aka me)

If you too are interested in finding out about the ive most best kept secrets of Italy’s most amazing city then head over to http://www.explore-italian-culture.com/rome-sightseeing.html and sign up for The Italian Sofa newsletter and you will be able to find out where to get your free download of Affordable Rome Sightseeing!
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