If you're here, it's because you want to know more about the Visit Borghese Gallery website. Let me introduce myself and share why this blog exists.
About – A french girl living here and there
I'm Fanny, a French girl who's lived in various places. I've spent 28 years in a small town in France, exploring every nook and cranny. I thrive on searching, discovering, and experiencing the best places.
I'm all about trying new things, whether it's dining at different spots or uncovering hidden gems. That's why I merged my love for exploration with my passion for travel. Since 2018, I've been a digital nomad, working from anywhere on the globe.
I've always been a bit of a rebel, straying from the conventional path. Environmental issues have always been close to my heart, and I dream of making a positive impact.
I love sharing tips and good practices with others, encouraging them to do their best and pay it forward. That's why this blog came to life—because I enjoy exchanging ideas and experiences.
Let me take you back to my first encounter with Rome.
When I discovered Rome for the first time
Rome is great and imperial. Rome is tasty and surprising. I loved strolling through its colorful alleyways, tasting its delicious Italian dishes or riding my scooter at night. But what impressed me the most was all those monuments. They are of such great magnitude and historical importance!
The Eternal City is the cradle of great artists of Ancient Rome, of an immense culture, and of impressive architecture.
Rome is intense. Intense because there is sooo much to see! And because of that it is easy to find yourself being all over the place. I mean Rome is also kind of a race. You don't want to miss anything and sometimes you go from one visit to the next without really being interested in what you see.
For me, it's important to take time. To improve your visit, especially with a guide (it can be worth it for a monument you really want to learn more about). You have to understand that Rome is also about making concessions. You have to accept not being able to see everything in order to get the most out of what you see.
About Visit Borghese Gallery – Why I started this blog
It is for all these reasons that I thought about creating this blog. A Borghese Gallery and Rome guide where I can help everyone to make choices and above all to prepare his/her stay in the best possible way. I give tips about:
- finding the best time to go visiting Borghese Gallery
- establishing a precise Rome itinerary with a great choice of visits
- choosing when to visit a particular monument to avoid the crowds
- finding your Borghese Gallery tickets and understand the importance of buying them beforehand
That's what this blog is all about. In short, all these tips are here to help you make the most of your trip to Rome. And believe me, I know what I'm talking about.
In fact, that is what I did: planning my trip ahead. I organized my visits, booked my tickets in advance, looked for where to sleep and where to eat so that I could say that my holidays were 100% successful!
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