A first trip to Rome frequently includes visits to such famous sites as the Colosseum, the Pantheon, the Vatican Museum/Sistine Chapel, the Forum, etc. But what if you’ve been there, done that? What next? Aiglon alumni president Alessandro Corsini, a local cognoscente, has a few suggestions for people wanting insider tips—best espresso/cappuccino, best pizza, must-see art, impressive ancient ruins away from the crowds, and more. For his recommendations, click here. And for a Roman experience that money can’t buy (until now), bid on dinner for four at the Circolo della Caccia, Rome’s most exclusive private club, in the magnificent Palazzo Borghese. (Alas, we can’t show you pictures. Photos of the interior are strictly prohibited.) Suitably attired guests will join hosts Alessandro Corsini and fellow Aiglonian Paolo Borghese for drinks before sitting down to enjoy an extraordinary meal, accompanied by wines from some of Italy’s finest vineyards, many owned by club members. More guests may be included at the purchaser’s expense (US$ 200 per person). Register to bid on this once-in-a-lifetime opportunity in perhaps the world’s greatest cultural capital. Donated by Alessandro Corsini and Paolo Borghese. Value: Priceless.