October 4, 2011 | by Andrea Guerriero
Autumn has arrived and so has the rain in the mild Italy. Nothing better than staying in a warm sheltered place and continue enjoying holidays! If you choose Rome for a weekend of art, autumn 2011 reserves many surprises. This... Read the rest “Art Exhibitions in Rome to enjoy the city indoors” →
July 26, 2011 | by Andrea Guerriero
It’s hard to describe Rome in a nutshell. Every street, every corner, every monument tells about its thousand-years long history. A story that starts from a small settlement of shepherds, on the Palatine hill, and from a she-wolf suckling two... Read the rest “Perfect Holiday in the Eternal City – Do’s & Don’ts in Rome” →
June 27, 2011 | by Andrea Guerriero
The summer sales 2011 will begin on July 2nd, exceptionally on the same day for all the cities of Italy. For those traveling to Italy, this can be a good opportunity for bargain hunting in the streets of the most... Read the rest “Summer Sales in Italy: a Guide to wise Shopping” →
March 24, 2011 | by Andrea Guerriero
Hotels, hostels, guest houses, sacred sites, monuments, museums, are warming up for a May Day that will be remembered in the history of the city of Rome. The capital of Italy, which this year celebrates the 150th anniversary of its... Read the rest “May Day in Rome: workers sanctify Karol Wojtyla” →
March 14, 2011 | by Andrea Guerriero
Rome, Paris, London, Milan, Barcelona, Berlin, Madrid, Stockholm … anywhere in a major city in the old continent it is possible to shop for high quality items, but also at affordable prices. You just have to know where to go.... Read the rest “I love shopping in Europe: the not-to-be-missed directions!” →
February 15, 2011 | by Francy
Maybe not even Roman citizens have seen everything there is to see in their city, but time is on their side and they have a life ahead to find out everything there is to discover. However, a tourist arriving in... Read the rest “Rome: the not to be missed” →
January 11, 2011 | by Francy
The monumental heritage of underground Rome is vast and complex. Much of this archaeological heritage below the Eternal City, belonging to different historical periods, has been recovered and made accessible to tourists, but often these sites are visited only by... Read the rest “Rome: a few feet below” →
November 25, 2010 | by Francy
To celebrate New Year’s Eve in a funny and exciting way, Rome and Florence await you with shows, events, concerts and carnivals! Find out what these cities are planning for the longest night of the year!
New Year’s Eve in... Read the rest “Let’s celebrate 2011, but where, in Rome or in Florence?” →
November 15, 2010 | by Francy
“Vincent Van Gogh. Campagna senza tempo e città moderna“, a new art exhibition dedicated to the great Dutch painter, is housed in Rome at the Vittoriano. Sixty works sided by other thirty paintings by Gauguin, Cezanne, Pissarro, Millet, Seraut.
The... Read the rest “Van Gogh back in Rome after 20 years” →
March 23, 2010 | by Francy
Would you like to take advantage of the weekend to relax and indulge yourself in Rome, but you are not sure where to go and which hotel to choose?
Let us guide you. Here is your top 5! 5 different... Read the rest “Rome – Top 5 hotels” →