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How to get free access to some Rome’s museums with the MIC card

February 19th, 2024 By No comments yet

If you love art and culture, and you live, study, or work in Rome or its metropolitan area, you may want to get the MIC card. The MIC card is a spe... Read more...


How to register voluntarily to the Regional Health Service (SSR) in Italy

February 19th, 2024 By No comments yet

If you are living in Italy and you do not have access to the public health system through employment, pension, or other means, you may still be abl... Read more...


Moving to Italy? Here’s 3 mistakes American expats should avoid

February 16th, 2024 By No comments yet

Our founder, Patrizia Di Gregorio, brings 23 years of experience assisting expats in Italy to adapt to various aspects of life, including immigrati... Read more...


The Colossal Statue of Constantine: FREE Exhibition at the Capitoline Museums

February 12th, 2024 By No comments yet

From February 6, 2024 to December 31, 2025, the Capitoline Museums in Rome will host a spectacular exhibition featuring the life-sized reconstructi... Read more...


Things You Should Know Before Going on a Hike with Dog around Rome

February 9th, 2024 By No comments yet

Guest Article written by Sal from Nature of Sal One question I'm often asked is whether it's possible to bring dogs on a hike. As usual, the answe... Read more...


Escape to Nature: Day Trips in the Roman Countryside

January 29th, 2024 By No comments yet

Guest Article written by Sal from Nature of Sal   Residing in the heart of Rome immerses you in a rich tapestry of history and urban life.... Read more...


A Guide to Living in Italy with a Dog

January 29th, 2024 By No comments yet

Italy is one of the most dog-friendly destinations in Europe, with many places that welcome dogs and offer them a great quality of life. However, t... Read more...


Free Admission to Museums and Archaeological Parks in Italy: What to Explore

January 29th, 2024 By No comments yet

How to enjoy Italy’s cultural treasures for free Did you know that you can visit many of Italy’s museums and archeological parks for free on the l... Read more...


La Befana: Italy’s Epiphany Tradition and Celebrations Across Italy

January 3rd, 2024 By No comments yet

In Italy, the festive season extends beyond Christmas, culminating in the celebration of Epiphany on January 6th. A central figure in this unique I... Read more...


Italian New Year’s Eve Traditions

December 28th, 2023 By No comments yet

In Italy, there are truly many traditions linked to the arrival of the new year. In this article, we will explore some of the most popular ones tha... Read more...


A Guide to the First Week of January 2024 in Rome

December 25th, 2023 By No comments yet

ACTIVITIES FOR BOTH KIDS AND ADULTS UNTIL JANUARY 7TH   - Experience a Contemporary Circus Performance featuring Aerial Acrobatics: Wi... Read more...


Italian Christmas Traditions You Should Know

December 18th, 2023 By No comments yet

Italy, known for its rich cultural heritage and deep-rooted traditions, comes alive with unique and heartwarming customs during the Christmas seaso... Read more...


New Entry Measures at the Vatican Museums from January 1, 2024

December 11th, 2023 By No comments yet

Plan your visits to the Vatican Museums with the latest changes coming into effect on January 1, 2024. In anticipation of the significant 2025 Jubi... Read more...


Benefits of Buoni Taxi Roma: Travel Vouchers for Taxis and Rental Cars

December 11th, 2023 By No comments yet

The initiative of taxi/NCC travel vouchers restarts with the reactivation of tariff facilitations for taxi and chauffeur services through the issua... Read more...


The Italian Holiday Calendar for 2024: A Guide for Expats

October 30th, 2023 By No comments yet

Italy is a country that celebrates many holidays throughout the year, some of which are national and some of which are local. The Italian Holiday C... Read more...


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