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Lessons of History: Looking to Ancient Rome for Hope During Coronavirus Crisis.

COVID-19 has swept across the world, forcing us to universally change the way we are living. Aspects of modern life like travel and socializing have become muted. We are a generation used to being able …

Quarantine in Rome & Food Baskets

Local Heroes: Roman Shopkeepers Offer Free Food to the Vulnerable In a remarkable show of solidarity, Roman shopkeepers have been hanging baskets of food from their windows so that the city’s most vulnerable people won’t …

a fire hydrant in front of a tree

Mini Post – Aventine Hill Keyhole

Potentially Rome’s most named-dropped hidden gem. The keyhole on the Aventine Hill gives one of the most magical views in the city: St Peters Basilica perfectly perfectly surrounded by a stunning hedgerow. The most difficult …

Mini Post – Rome in Numbers

Today let’s discuss numbers. Here are some interesting numbers relating to the Eternal City: 238 – the number of beautiful and unique fountains in Rome 900 – that’s roughly how many functioning churches there are …

a plate of food and a glass of orange juice

Mini Post – The Art of Aperitivo

Buy a drink and get free food. What’s not to like? It might sound too good to be true, but in fact, this is extremely common in Rome. Many bars will have a free buffet …

Rome with Kids

HAVE A WONDERFUL TIME IN ROME WITH YOUR KIDS At first glance, Rome might not seem like the most kid-friendly city but with our help, you’ll find a bunch of diverse activities, experiences, and tours …

Italy, 5 Destinations not to be missed.

Welcome to Italy, home to some of Europe’s greatest treasures from masterpieces of art to crumbling ruins such as Pompeii or the Colosseum. No trip to Europe is complete without a trip to the culturally …

The architectural battle of Borromini and Bernini

Rome is no doubt worldly recognised for its architectural heritage, a heritage which dates back to the battle between Italy’s greatest architectural geniuses, Bernini and Borromini. Both of whom have had a long-lasting effect on …

A stroll around Trastevere

A STROLL AROUND TRASTEVERE. Trastevere is a picturesque medieval area located on the left bank of the Tiber. The area escaped the grand developments of the nineteenth century which changed the face of central Rome …

THE CAPUCHIN CRYPT: THE BONE CHURCH OF ROME.

If you find yourself wandering around the Via Veneto area you must pay a visit to the Capuchin Crypt and the Church Santa Maria della Concezione dei Cappuccini. If you find yourself wandering around the …

THE TEN MOST ROMANTIC SPOTS TO PROPOSE IN ROME

Forget Paris, Rome has to be one of the most romantic cities in the world, with romance built into its very soul and written into the very name of the city, it can be no …

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