Rome airport: €3 million cash in luggage

Rome airport police swoop on two Chinese traders.Police at Rome's Fiumicino international airport confiscated a total of €3 million in cash from two Chinese businessmen who were attempting to return t...

Rome Raphael exhibition: all you need to know

Raphael show in Rome 2020: dates, times, tickets and preview of some of the masterpieces on display. Raphael's exhibition at the Scuderie del Quirinale in Rome in 2020 is destined to be the show of t...

Traffic restrictions on Sunday 19 January in Rome

Traffic-free Sunday in Rome on 19 January. Rome has banned motorists from driving within the fascia verde (green belt) on Sunday 19 January from 07.30 to 12.30, and from 16.30 until 20.30. The tra...

Tom Cruise to film movie in Rome

Tom Cruise in Rome: 40 days of open-air film sets and car chases in the city centre. Hollywood film star Tom Cruise and his film crew are to take over some of central Rome's most prized locations for...

English speaking doctors in Rome

Find a top doctor in the Rome Metro Area- from oncologists to pediatricians, dermatologists to surgeons.   The clinics listed here will assist you in accessing english- speaking medical providers. For...

Huobi: Asian food emporium in Rome

Emporium of Asian cuisine to open in Portuense area of Rome. Rome is already home to Eataly, Mercato Centrale and Testaccio Market but now foodies in the Italian capital can add another major food em...

Preci: Italy's mediaeval village of surgeons

For hundreds of years, a small village in a remote corner of Umbria produced many of Europe’s most celebrated doctors and surgeons. The village of Preci lies at the northern end of the Monte Sibill...

Six Nations 2020 rugby in Rome

Rome to host two Six Nations rugby games in 2020. Italy's national rugby team will play two home matches at the Stadio Olimpico in Rome during the 2020 Guinness Six Nations rugby tournament, which be...

Rome: Piazza Navona's underground stadium

Rome's ancient ruins of the Stadium of Domitian can be visited under Piazza Navona. As you quietly sip a coffee in Piazza Navona, a pinch of zest is added by the thought of being seated in what once...

Rome police stop Bollywood climb at Trevi Fountain

€450 fine for Bollywood stunt at Trevi Fountain. A 20-year-old Egyptian man was apprehended by Rome police as he climbed up the side of the Trevi Fountain on 15 January. The man, who was not carryin...

Rome extends diesel ban amid smog crisis

Diesel car ban in Rome for three days. Rome has extended its three-day ban on diesel vehicles until Friday 17 January as the city battles a smog emergency. All diesel vehicles are banned from circ...

Exploring Rome's parks

While there is no end to amazing museums and archaeological sites in Rome, it is also refreshing to visit the city's parks, which offer vast expanses of greenery and have more than their fair share of...

How to use public transport in Rome

Walking is without a doubt the best way for tourists to see the Eternal City. However sometimes due to time restrictions, bad weather, travelling with kids or elderly people, public transport is your...

Rome: Starbucks to open near Vatican in 2020

Starbucks to open in former bookshop in Rome. Starbucks, the American chain of coffee shops, is to open an outlet in Rome near Vatican City, in 2020. The arrival of Starbucks follows several years...

Rome: staying overnight in Villa Medici

Visitors to Rome can stay in the frescoed rooms of Villa Medici  Villa Medici, the magnificent 16th-century palace located between the Spanish Steps and Villa Borghese, is home to the French Academy...

Rome bus breaks in half

No injuries after Rome bus splits in two. A Rome city bus broke in half as it drove along Via Nomentana on the evening of 14 January. The floor of the central part of the trolleybus, which connects...

Fellini guide to Rome

As Italy celebrates the centenary of the birth of Federico Fellini, we outline some of Rome's sites most associated with the great Italian film director who died in 1993. Trevi FountainThe landmark m...

Florence celebrates 600 years of Brunelleschi's Dome

Work began on the world's largest brick dome in 1420. Florence is marking 600 years since construction work began on Brunelleschi’s Cupola for the Cathedral of S. Maria del Fiore, a landmark which ha...

Rome museum raises funds to buy Bernini bust

Borghese Gallery needs to raise €8 million to purchase Bernini sculpture. Rome's Galleria Borghese has begun a fundraising campaign, through Italy's Art Bonus favourable tax regime, for the purchase...

Blessing of the animals ceremony in Rome

Annual tradition takes place in Vatican and across Italy. Italy celebrates the feast day of St Anthony Abbot, the patron saint and protector of animals, on Friday 17 January 2020. Each year an ope...
Booking.com

STAY CONNECTED

106.188Fans Like
3.406Followers Follow
219Subscribers Subscribe
11.200Followers Follow

Create your Widget

Rome areas

all Rome areas

Latest classifieds