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Four Best Neighborhoods in Rome (for visitors!)

Where to Stay in Rome Matters! If there’s one thing we’ve learned almost a year into a global pandemic, it’s …

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Airport to Rome City Center

How Do I Get From the Airport to Rome City Center?

Everything You Need to Know, Right Here! We know that arriving in a new city can be confusing.  We also …

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The House of The Vestal Virgins

For the Vestal Virgins – “Life Begins at 40”

Get to know Ancient Rome’s favourite ladies: The Vestal Virgins and the Eternal Fire of the Temple of Vesta. Women …

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When Was The Founding of Rome?

Rome Turns 2774 on April 21st, 2021 and We Are Ready to Celebrate! When it comes to the origins of …

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The Mausoleum of Augustus

The Final Resting Place of Rome’s First Emperor Reopens to the Public The Mausoleum of Augustus is one of Rome’s …

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San Giovanni in Laterano

San Giovanni is one of only 4 Major Basilicas in the world, and one of the most overlooked tourist hotspots …

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Renaissance Masters: Donatello

The Lives of the Real Ninja Turtles Introducing Donatello: One of the First Renaissance Masters In the second of our …

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Gardens and Parks in Rome

Explore Villas and Parks in Rome to Find the Best Green Spaces in the Eternal City Rome is a city …

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Dante Alghieri

Dantedi: A Celebration of Dante in Italy

On March 25th, 2021 Italy celebrates Dante 700 years after his death Dante Alighieri (1265 – 1321) is the arguably …

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Carnival in Rome - Carnevale in Venice

Carnival in Rome

Carnevale Romano: Not Such a Venetian Tradition After All Carnevale comes from the Latin words carne meaning meat and vale …

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Beware the Ides of March

Remembering the Life and Death of Julius Caesar in Rome On March 15 each year we celebrate the anniversary of …

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Nice Day for a Roman Wedding

Something (VERY) Old, Something New, Something Borrowed, Something Blue. Ever thought about where our wedding traditions come from? You’ll be …

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Catacombs in Rome

Visit Rome Underground

Everything you need to know about the Roman catacombs and which are the BEST ones to visit! The Details of …

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Rome's Pompeii - Ostia Antica

Rome’s “Pompeii” – The Ancient Port of Ostia Antica

Curb the crowds at the Colosseum and uncover one of Rome’s most underrated ancient sites! For those looking to get …

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Renaissance Masters - Ninja Turtles - DaVinci, Raphael, Michelangelo, Donatello

Renaissance Masters or Ninja Turtles:

Who Came First…The Turtle or the Artist? The Artists of Course! Introducing Michelangelo Buonarroti In the first of our four …

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Unexpected Books about Italy - Bookstore in Italy

Unexpected Books About Italy

Top 5 Must-Read Books About Italy and La Dolce Vita Anyone coming to Italy can tell you to read Eat, …

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Pandemic Life in the Eternal City

Pandemic Life in The Eternal City

A Personal Reflection on Life in Rome During 2020’s Covid Crisis 2020 for many of us, was the strangest year …

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Sampietrini in Rome cobblestones

What Will Become of Rome’s Sampietrini Cobblestones?

Cobbled Streets in Rome Add Charm and Character While walking through Rome you are face to face with some of …

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Invader from Space - Invader in Rome

Does Rome Have an Invader from Space?

No, it’s the urban street artist Space Invader When in Rome we hear so much about the amazing Renaissance artists. …

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Day Trip to Tivoli Villa D'Este Eagles

Enchanting Day Trip to Tivoli

Hadrian’s Villa and Villa d’Este in Tivoli If you want a sneak peak into what life was like for the …

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