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Explore Rome with iPhone apps

Having been to Rome a few times, I feel the Eternal City will always have a place in my heart. This amazing city has many great features for you to experience. Whether it is sitting and enjoying an espresso on the Spanish Steps or getting the feel of a gladiator from the Colosseum. Named after the legend of the twin brothers Romulus and Remus the capital is also known as Caput Mundi, the capital of the world. Get equipped with an iPhone app as there are so many historical stories that involve Rome and historical places to see. Here are a few applications we thought might interest you.

Rome to Go Pro – Italy by Maxwell Software is available for $0.99 through the iTunes App Store. This application will educate you on the completely opposite styles of art and life that manage to live side by side, from Imperial Rome and Baroque Rome to the sophisticated Rome and working-class Rome. With detailed tourist information about hotels in Rome, you can also access information on cultural events, shopping, restaurants and clubs. There are features on the history, culture, transportation, geography, economy and much more. Using this app will give you general information on all aspects of the Eternal City.

Rome Map and Walking Tours by, Inc. is a free application available at the App Store. One of the best ways to see Rome is on foot. This app comes with a detailed and fully functional city map to assist you explore the city and locate sights. Useful functions allow you to search street names, cafes, restaurants and businesses to find your ideal location. Track your position with the Findme option with movement auto-tracking. Contained in the walking tours are historic venues, ancient sites, romantic fountains, a Vatican tour, Roman Theatres, Holy places, Roman Holiday tour, museums and galleries to mention a few. Get detailed descriptions and photos while you are walking around viewing the sites.

Rome Mobile Guide by Sincro Consulting S.p.A. is available for $3.99 in iTunes App Store. This application is a multilingual, multimedia guide with a travel notebook. Rome Mobile Guide will help you discover the city at ease with a complete list of the day events. You will get expert help on art history and points of interest in an unusual and original way. Find out about the various monuments, squares, places of worship and roads. With great audio and photo-galleries organized in multimedia, you can get information on Michelangelo in Rome, the seven jubilee churches, historical coffees and the ghetto and its surroundings. Gain access to tour special offers, guided visits, exhibitions, shops, restaurants, hotels, taxis and taking flights.

Rome Insider’s Guide by Sutro Media is $2.99 and accessible at the App Store. Become a Roman with a great guide that will guide you to the favorite spots of the locals. This guide is not just for visitors, it can also be used for new settlers or people who want to experience what the Roman Dolce Vita is all about. With 2371 total photographs and 41 free places to see Rome’s rich history you can find out about bargain prices for food, drink, coffee, ice cream, bed and breakfasts, entries to museums, art galleries, churches and other important sites. Find out where the best gelato and vino can be found or get information on certain recipes that you can try to create when you get home. Have useful information like where you can find English speaking doctors and pharmacies or how much a taxi fare will approximately be from your location to your destination.

We hope that there are a few apps of interest among these. Out of the many apps available, there may be one that will be ideal to suit your requirements. Rome, on average, has more than 15 million visitors a year. Do you feel Rome is a place you want to visit? If you do go, be sure to throw a coin in the Trevi Fountain as a traditional legend says that if visitors throw a coin into the fountain, they are ensured a return to Rome.

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Written by Marlon Votta

Marlon joined the Product Reviews team in March 2011. He brings a wide-range of experience to PR, and has studied and worked in a diverse range of industries. These include art and design, a Horticulturalist, graphics and printing. Personal interests include music, football, boxing, traveling, and different languages, although Marlon has an Italian background. He now looks to expand his computer and tech knowledge by writing news on the latest trends in this industry. Follow Marlon if you’re looking for an unbiased view of the latest products, and tech services.

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