Rome in May, things to do and what to see in the Eternal city in Spring

Here is a list of fseful tips for visiting Rome in May May in Rome is usually the high season.  The climate is fantastic and it is the best time of year for visiting villas and photographing views. ...

Best speakeasies bars in Rome

A ultimate guide to the best speakeasies in Rome.  As Italy begins to reopen its borders and businesses, there is no doubt that restaurants and bars will flood with eager people dying to get their ha...

Contemporary architecture in Rome

A list of the most important examples of contemporary architecture in Rome. There has been some impressive architecture in Rome in the last couple of decades. With so much else to see, contemporary b...

Introducing the EUR district in Rome

EUR: When Ancient Meets Modern. EUR (which is the acronym of Esposizione Universale di Roma, meaning Rome’s Universal Exposition) is a metaphysical district of Rome that dates back to the...

Ventotene, a guide to the Pontine Island

Our ultimate guide on what to see and what to do in Ventotene.Ventotene is the smallest inhabited island of the Pontine archipelago and the smallest municipality of Lazio with its 743 inhabitants. Nam...

Lesser known museums in Italy

Museums are an integral part of Italian culture and an invaluable attraction for tourism. When we think of Italian museums, we will probably remember the Vatican Museums, the Borghese Galleries of R...

The Aperitivo, an Italian tradition

The Italian Aperitivo is a cultural tradition that usually takes place between 18:00 and 20:00. It is an event that serves as an appetizer to dinner with the purpose of socializing with friends whil...

Visiting the Vatican Museums: All You Need to Know

The ultimate guide on how to visit the Vatican City, Vatican Gardens and Museums along with practical information including tickets and visiting hours. For those who are planning a holiday in Rome, he...

All you need to know about Parmigiano Reggiano

One of the most distinguished and sought after cheeses that Italy has to offer is Parmigiano Reggiano. Don’t mistake this with the imitation Parmesan that has a powdery texture and somewhat dull fla...

What and where to shop in Rome

The desire to fill a wardrobe with stylish clothes is fueled by the daily passing of store windows. Italians have a knack for grabbing a customer’s attention at a glance. Roman shop owners cultivate l...

The statue of Giordano Bruno in Campo dei Fiori

On February 17 in 1600, Bruno was dragged through the streets of Rome and burned at the stake at the centre of Campo de’ Fiori.Throughout the years, Campo dei Fiori, has always been a vibrant and live...

Best ice cream in Rome

Think of Rome and the first three things that spring to mind are: the Colosseum, vespas and…gelato. But as every visitor to the eternal city soon discovers, there’s a huge difference between the neon-...

An in-depth and honest guide to visiting the Amalfi Coast

An in- depth and honest guide to visiting the Amalfi Coast:  where to stop, where to stay, where to eat, and where to see the best views. You can't think of Southern Italy without dreaming of a tri...

5 must see Churches in Rome

When talking about traveling to Rome, it is almost impossible to avoid discussing the city’s magnificent churches. Understandably, churches such as St. Peter’s Basilica, The Basilica di Santa Maria...

The Garden of Ninfa, the legendary Italian Garden built by a princess

All you need to know about one of the most beautiful gardens in Italy: The Gardens of Ninfa.  An hour and twenty minutes from Rome, in Cisterna di Latina, on the border between picturesque Norma and...
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