Harash, who settled in Rome in 2001, aims to immerse travelers in the culture of his adopted country using their own itnerests as a starting point. For painters, he can coordinate classes with an artist in her private studio in the Roman neighborhood of Trastevere. If you love wine, he can arrange a tour of a second-century tunnel containing the cellar of the celebrated Don Alfonso 1890 restaurant on the Amalfi Coast. And no matter where his detailed itineraries take you, he always makes sure there are optimum opportunities for photographs.
Top tip: Don’t miss the new Corner Rome, a chic complex in the Aventino neighborhood with a boutique hotel (the Townhouse), a convivial 60-seat restaurant, a garden lounge, and an exclusive cocktail club with a library, fireplace, and cozy upholstered chairs.