Winter in Rome with The Beehive

“Winter in Rome” is an annual Blogger Retreat and an excellent project by Linda and Steve of The Beehive, Rome. Bloggers come together and visit Rome in Winter with The Beehive. There are different activities and experiences planned by several local operators throughout the 4 day event.

Winter in Rome

Winter in Rome

So when Linda offered me to visit Rome in Winter, I jumped to the opportunity! I mean how often do we really go to see Rome in Winter??! Not only is this a fun way of seeing the city sans the crowds (if you compare to the summer) but also a great chance to see the rest of Italy for cheap! This year The Beehive along with Personalized Italy have brought together a great list of Collaborators and Bloggers for the event.

If you are on any of the social media platforms – Instagram, Twitter or Facebook, follow along and enjoy my #WinterinRome with The Beehive from January 18 – January 22. Here are some shots from #WinterInRome. Stay tuned for more!
Winter in Rome

Winter in Rome

Winter in Rome

Winter in Rome

Winter in Rome

Winter in Rome

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40 thoughts on “Winter in Rome with The Beehive

  1. Wonderful images – I love the wintry tree with Santa Maria Maggiore, and so glad you got to see the Protestant Cemetery and Pyramid. If the first day is anything to go by you will pack an awful lot into four days, so looking forward to seeing more!

  2. My first trip to Rome was in the winter time, just before Christmas. It was a wonderful introduction to the city to see it all decorated for the holidays. I enjoy traveling in winter because there are less crowds, and you get to see another side of a city. Your photos are so lovely!

  3. What an amazing opportunity! I think I need to become a blogger so I can experience something like this too. 🙂 If only I enjoyed writing! I am so excited that you get to experience Rome in winter…someday I will too. Until then, I look forward to seeing and experiencing it through your eyes and adventure!

  4. Although we have visited Rome countless times, never during winter however. You make quite an appealing argument for changing that.

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