The questions everyone is asking us these days are: Can I travel to Europe? and When can I travel to Italy? Slowly things are returning to something we call the “new normal”. Early July seems confirmed for the broader re-opening of Europe. Quarantine requirements may be in place, and testing negative for COVID-19 or other […]READ MORE
“A non-fat, decaf, iced skinny mocha with caramel drizzle on top” is a sentence that you won’t hear in Rome (though perhaps not for long). Independent and family-run coffee shops and cafés still reign supreme in the Italian capital with locals stopping for a caffeine fix multiple times a day. Un caffè, an espresso, is […]READ MORE
Update April 10, 2020 Follows an extract update of the accurate and daily updated article on our fellow VR manager colleagues blog, where we reccomend to check the most recent developments on the health and safety situation in Rome. “You will now be aware that the flu-like Coronavirus has been impacting countries other than China. […]READ MORE
Planning a romantic getaway in Rome? With its stunning skyline, charming piazzas and glorious gardens, the Eternal City is brimming with romantic things to do. Whether you’re trying to impress a brand-new crush, get together with your soulmate or plan the perfect honeymoon, TreasureRome has come up with a list of ideas to turn any […]READ MORE
TripAdvisor has just named Rome’s Colosseum most popular tourist attraction in the world – and this is the second year in a row the ancient monument has taken the top spot. In 2018, a record 7.6 million visitors (21,000 people a day!), passed under its famous arches. With so many travelers in the neighborhood, there […]READ MORE
In Rome, pizza comes in many different forms, all of them delicious. We have hard times when looking for the best pizza in Rome. The thick-crusted Neapolitan pizza is probably a familiar sight to most visitors but local Roman pizza – with a crisp, paper-thin base – is a point of pride among locals. There’s […]READ MORE
Are you wondering what the weather is like in Rome, Italy? If you’re checking the forecast to figure out the best month to visit Rome, look no further. As a Mediterranean capital with mild weather, the city has a lot to offer year round. High season in Rome coincides with warmer weather and runs from […]READ MORE
Rome is rich in fascinating sights. The city boasts legendary art and architecture, breathtaking ancient ruins, world-class museums, and a huge array of shops, boutiques, and markets. Quite simply, there’s just too much to see on one trip. So, if you’re returning to the Eternal City – and have likely already seen the most famous […]READ MORE
Rome’s reputation as a city of cat-lovers is relatively well known. Exactly just how much Romans love cats, however, might come as a surprise to many: the four-legged felines have been officially declared part of the city’s ‘bio-cultural’ heritage and even given protection in law! A number of cat colonies, both official and unofficial, can […]READ MORE
Traditionally, breakfast in Italy is a decidedly sweet affair that sees treats like eggs and bacon shunned in favor of lighter and quicker options. At home, bread and jam, or milk and cookies, are the usual breakfast, while others opt for a cornetto and cappuccino at the bar. Brunch, meanwhile, is a relative new concept to […]READ MORE
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