Borghese Gallery

The Borghese Gallery, situated in the former Villa Borghese Pinciana, is one of the most famous art galleries in the world. Here you will find many of the paintings, sculptures and antiques of the
Borghese collection. The green gardens around the Borghese Gallery form the third-largest park in Rome and are definitely worth a visit.

Emperor Augustus

The Bulgari Hotel Roma is facing two special landmarks. Ara Pacis Augustae, also known as the Altar of the Augustan Peace, is a masterpiece of Roman sculpture. It was built especially for Emperor Augustus after his return from Spain and Gaul, after which there was finally peace for the Romans. Another must-see is the nearby Mausoleo of Augusto. This largest circular tomb in the world was constructed in 28 BC by order of Augustus for him and his relatives.


Consider Rome as a great open-air museum and explore the city’s beautiful highlights on an Italian Vespa. The ideal way to see as much as possible in one day and visit the sights that are further away.

Discover Vatican City

While Vatican City may be the world’s smallest independent state, it boasts a wealth of extraordinary attractions. Elevate your experience by going on a private tour during which you can explore remarkable sights such as the Sistine Chapel with its iconic ceiling paintings by Michelangelo, and St. Peter’s Basilica, the largest Catholic basilica in the world.