With each successive generation, there is a perceptible shift and perhaps distortion from the classic understanding of tourism. Until a few decades ago, traveling meant settling on one major destination with all its bells and whistles. This was, for a variety of reasons, in contrast to the prevalence of today’s do-it-yourself planning and the popularization of backpacking to contain costs and expand options for where to go and how much to see.
Without a doubt, the city of Rome is a living museum, welcoming all to gaze upon the architectural and artistic wonders of bygone eras. Below are four museums that take you away from the crowds and offer you another immersive experience of its history:
1. Casa di Goethe
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