I finished studying Classics at Oxford a year ago. I spent four summer holidays in a row working as a guide in Rome for Roman Empire Tours. When I wasn't guiding, I was off exploring the Eternal City. In my first month in Rome, I set myself the challenge to see every single museum and art gallery and over the years I have subsequently revisited many of them. I'm now back in London working with travel startups. I like to spend my weekends either discovering this vast and fascinating city or relaxing in my home-from-home, Oxford.
Check out The Beehive Hotel http://www.the-beehive.com/ should be perfect for you. There are always a tonne of places on airbnb. I stayed here https://www.airbnb.co.uk/rooms/1648479 which was amazing and the owner was lovely. But it's not the... See More
I recently went on a tour with company www.mosaicwalkingtours.com and really enjoyed it - they tend to do more thematic tours, which I found really interesting and they're very reasonably priced. If you want an eating tour then definitely look at http://eatinglondontours.co.uk/... See More
Hi, I'm going to be in Marrakech for a week at the end of June and I wanted some advice on walking in Marrakech. Ideally I'd love to hear suggestions about walks/routes that take 2/3 hours, but longer than that is fine. Anywhere with good views or with interesting... See More
The centre of Rome is a magical place to walk around. There is a beautiful baroque fountain or Roman ruin round every corner. A good walking route is: Spanish Steps, Trevi Fountain, Pantheon, Piazza Navona then... See More