Former Grand European president, John Miller, shares a photo diary from his walking tour of Rome with Insight Vacations.
Trastevere, Rome’s favorite neighborhood. We began our walking tour in the popular medieval quarter located on the west bank of the Tiber River. This is where locals and visitors alike come for a taste of traditional Roman cuisine.
Rome’s outdoor markets are in full bloom. We enjoyed perusing the market’s local offerings with our local guide.
Even the window displays show signs of spring. It’s a great time of year to explore Italy.
Our local guide offered a wealth of knowledge. We were pleased to learn so much about Rome’s history and culture, and to be able to ask questions as they came to us.
La dolce vita. Italians have really mastered ‘the good life.’
Exploring the former Roman-Jewish Ghetto. A fascinating highlight of our walking tour.
Sampling the local pastries. Our guide treated us to one of the neighborhood’s kosher specialties — a nice finishing touch on our walking tour of Rome.