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Off the Beaten Path: Unique Things to Do in Italy in Summer

June 10th, 2024 By No comments yet

Italy’s summer charm extends far beyond its famous cities and popular tourist routes. For those in search of distinctive experiences, the country b... Read more...


Italy’s Must-Visit Antiques Markets

May 28th, 2024 By No comments yet

Explore Italy’s most well-known antique markets. Italy offers abundant opportunities to discover unique and valuable treasures. Antiques Markets ... Read more...


Exploring Caffarella Park: A Family-Friendly Adventure for All Ages

May 14th, 2024 By No comments yet

Guest Article written by Sal from Nature of Sal Nestled in the heart of Rome, the so-called Caffarella Park (named after the Caffarelli family tha... Read more...


Exploring Puglia: From Beaches to Baroque Towns

April 30th, 2024 By No comments yet

Puglia, located in southern Italy, offers a wealth of stunning coastal towns, picturesque landscapes, and delicious culinary delights. Here are som... Read more...


An 8-Day Tour of the Amalfi Coast

April 22nd, 2024 By No comments yet

Set off on an 8-day adventure across the Amalfi Coast, including excursions to Sorrento, Capri, Pompeii and Herculaneum. Day 1-2: Positano Po... Read more...


Activities for the 2777th Birthday Celebration of Rome

April 19th, 2024 By No comments yet

Birthday of Rome 19-21 April 2024 at Circus Maximus April 18, 2024 - 8:09 PM On the occasion of the 2777th Birthday of Rome, the area of the Ci... Read more...


The Water’s Return to the Baths of Caracalla in Rome

April 8th, 2024 By No comments yet

In 2024, the Baths of Caracalla in Rome welcomed the return of water through a remarkable installation named ‘Lo Specchio’ (‘The Mirror’). This con... Read more...


Hiking around Rome if you don’t have a car

March 24th, 2024 By No comments yet

Guest Article written by Sal from Nature of Sal Italy is a paradise for hikers. While Rome gets all the attention in Lazio, there really is someth... Read more...


A Guide to Events Happening in Spring in Milan, Rome, Florence, and Bologna

March 18th, 2024 By No comments yet

As the chill of winter melts away, Italy awakens to the gentle warmth of spring, inviting locals and travelers alike to indulge in its seasonal spl... Read more...


A Weekend Guide to Naples’ Culinary and Cultural Highlights

March 11th, 2024 By No comments yet

Naples is a sunny city in the south of Italy, where travelers can enjoy its ancient history, lively culture, and delicious food. A perfect destinat... Read more...


How to Celebrate Women’s Day in Italy in 2024

March 4th, 2024 By No comments yet

Women’s Day, or La Festa della Donna, is a popular and meaningful occasion in Italy. It is celebrated every year on March 8 to honor the achievemen... Read more...


A Weekend in Florence: How to Get There and What to Do

February 26th, 2024 By No comments yet

Florence is one of the most beautiful and culturally rich cities in Italy, and a perfect destination for a weekend getaway. Whether you are interes... Read more...


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...


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 Comments closed

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 Italy’s Carnivals in 2024

January 22nd, 2024 By No comments yet

Carnival in Italy is a vibrant and lively celebration that takes place in the weeks leading up to Lent, which is the 40-day period of fasting and r... Read more...


Explore the ancient Rome at the new Celio Archaeological Park and Museum

January 15th, 2024 By No comments yet

Do you love ancient Rome? Then you will enjoy the new Celio Archaeological Park and Museum, which opened on Friday, January 12, 2024. The park and ... Read more...


Enjoying the Snowy Outdoors: How to Safely Snowshoe the Winter Wilderness

January 10th, 2024 By Comments closed

Guest Article written by Sal from Nature of Sal   Love snow? Can't wait for it to hit? Well, buckle up for a guide on keeping it cool and ... Read more...


10 Most Acclaimed Films related to Italy

January 8th, 2024 By No comments yet

From timeless classics to modern masterpieces, the cinematic portrayal of Italy captures the essence of its beauty and complexity. Let's explore fu... 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...


Starbucks Stores in the Center of Rome

December 11th, 2023 By No comments yet

Discover the three central Starbucks locations in the heart of Rome that cater to your cravings.   Starbucks Piazza Montecitorio - ... Read more...


Dining with your Furry Friend: The New Dog-Friendly Restaurant in Rome with Tailored Dog Menus

November 20th, 2023 By No comments yet

In Rome, where culinary adventures and a love for dogs come together, a unique restaurant has recently opened its doors at Via Flaminia 502, Roma P... Read more...


20 Places to Explore in Milan – A Local’s Guide

November 13th, 2023 By No comments yet

Article written by Enzo Mezini. In this story, I am going to show you the city of Milan, the World Capital of Fashion and Design, the Italian St... Read more...


A Comprehensive Guide to Visiting the Vatican Museums: Art, History, and Skip-the-Line Tips

November 6th, 2023 By No comments yet

The Vatican Museums, nestled within the sacred walls of Vatican City, are a treasure trove of art, history, and culture. As one of the world's most... 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...


Tivoli, Italy: Explore Its Attractions for FREE Every First Sunday of the Month!

October 30th, 2023 By No comments yet

Tivoli has a history dating back to Roman times. The town's original name, "Tibur," reflects its ancient roots. But it's during the Renaissance tha... Read more...


From Palermo to the Dolomites: Italian Places to Visit

October 23rd, 2023 By No comments yet

Italy, a country known for its art, culture, and stunning landscapes, offers a wealth of travel destinations. While world-famous cities like Rome, ... Read more...


Exploring Italy’s Picturesque Autumn Getaways

October 2nd, 2023 By No comments yet

As the summer heat gradually gives way to the crisp and colorful embrace of autumn, Italy dons a new, breathtaking mantle of beauty. With its rolli... Read more...


15 Must-Visit Museums, Galleries, and Cultural Sites in Italy

September 24th, 2023 By No comments yet

Italy, a country steeped in history, art, and culture, is a treasure trove of world-class museums, galleries, and cultural sites. From ancient ruin... Read more...


Autumn’s Italian Culinary Treasures, Region by Region

September 18th, 2023 By No comments yet

Italy, a country celebrated for its diverse and delectable cuisine, takes on a whole new culinary dimension in the autumn months. As the leaves cha... Read more...


Italy’s Most Enchanting Towns Accessible by Train

August 28th, 2023 By No comments yet

Italy is a treasure trove of picturesque towns and charming villages that can be easily explored by train, offering travelers a delightful blend of... Read more...


Introducing the Newest Direct Flight: Naples to Philadelphia

August 18th, 2023 By No comments yet

American Airlines and GESAC are thrilled to unveil the inaugural non-stop flight from Naples-Capodichino International Airport (NAP) to Philadelphi... Read more...


Lakeside Escapes Made Easy: Exploring Italy’s Lakes by Train

August 5th, 2023 By No comments yet

Italy's reputation for breathtaking landscapes extends to its enchanting lakes, and we've carefully compiled a selection of lakes easily accessible... Read more...


Everything you need to know about the High-Speed Train for a Day-Trip from Rome to Pompeii

July 24th, 2023 By No comments yet

Starting from July 16th, the new direct connection between Rome and Pompeii will depart from Roma Termini station on the Frecciarossa, a high-speed... Read more...


Discover Rome’s Scenic Beaches Easily Accessible by Public Transportation

July 17th, 2023 By No comments yet

Rome, the Eternal City, is not only known for its rich history, magnificent architecture, and culinary delights but also for its proximity to beaut... Read more...


Nights at Villa Torlonia: Music, Opera, and Family Shows

July 16th, 2023 By No comments yet

The outdoor summer of the Teatro di Roma lights up the stage in the park of  Villa Torlonia with a program of initiatives that will accompany spect... Read more...


From July 3rd, visiting the Pantheon will be subject to an entrance fee.

July 10th, 2023 By No comments yet

Starting from Monday, July 3, 2023, access to the Pantheon-Basilica di Santa Maria ad Martyres will be allowed by purchasing a ticket priced at 5 e... Read more...


Navigating Public Transport in Smaller Italian Towns: Sorrento, Perugia, and Lucca.

July 10th, 2023 By No comments yet

"You may have the universe if I may have Italy." - Giuseppe Verdi—the boot-shaped paradise of iconic landmarks, luscious landscapes, and food heave... Read more...


Introducing the Newly Opened Path in the Sacred Area of Largo Argentina

June 29th, 2023 By No comments yet

Since June 20, the Sacred Area of Largo Argentina has opened to the public with a new route that allows access to the site for the first time and e... Read more...


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