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19 Nov

Rome With Kids: 5 Things Even Teenagers Will Love

With its awe-inspiring ancient ruins, Baroque buildings and extraordinary works of art, Rome is a fascinating holiday destination for the whole family. However, the ability of a sulky teenager to feign indifference knows no bounds. That’s why, when it comes to traveling with kids, it helps to have a few secret weapons in your arsenal. […]

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4 Nov

How To Travel Sustainably In Rome

Sustainable travel is a hot topic right now – and one we’re truly passionate about. We’re always looking for more ways to make our apartments greener, such as using ecological toiletries and providing recycling facilities, and we do our best to promote responsible, sustainable travel in Italy. So, how exactly can you vacation sustainably once […]

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29 Oct

Where To See Caravaggio’s Paintings In Rome

Born Michelangelo Merisi in 1571 in the small town of Caravaggio near Milan, Caravaggio is one of Italy’s most important and influential painters. Caravaggio in Rome arrives in his early 20s, in extreme poverty, but was soon noticed by rich patrons and commissioned to paint works for the city’s churches and chapels. Characterized by a […]

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17 Oct

Unique Souvenirs You Can Only Pick Up In Rome

Souvenirs to buy in Rome are easy to come by. Get within close proximity of any major tourist attraction and you’ll see stalls flogging Colosseum key rings, Italia tea towels, and bags of novelty pasta. You know, the kind of stuff nobody actually wants. Thankfully, there are also artisans, craftsmen, and independent boutiques offering unique […]

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10 Oct

A Guide To The Best Wine Bars In Rome

Drinking wine in Italy is practically a birthright – well, they are the world’s largest producer of the stuff – and the capital has many charming enotecas where you can sit and sip. We love these spots in particular for their attentive label selections, knowledgeable staff, and relaxing atmosphere. Raise a glass with us to […]

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2 Oct

Rome For Literary Lovers

“Oh Rome! my country! city of the soul!” – Lord Byron. Rome has been inspiring people to put pen to paper for millennia. As well as producing its own homegrown talent, the Eternal City has also attracted writers, poets, and other creative types from around the world. Here, we take a look at some of […]

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23 Sep

Where To Eat In Rome: Trattorias You Can’t Miss

With such a longstanding culinary tradition, Rome is undoubtedly a haven for foodies who flock to the city to sample classic dishes such as cacio e pepe and carbonara. However – like just about anywhere around the world – not every restaurant is created equal, so it pays to do your homework. We’ve put together a […]

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17 Sep

Where To Stay In Rome

Wondering where to stay in Rome? Choosing the location of holiday accommodation can truly make or break a trip. While social butterflies often flourish in a lively part of town, those who plan for a more peaceful retreat might not enjoy staying in a party hotspot. It’s personal. Figure out which Rome neighborhood is right […]

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28 Aug

A Day In Trastevere, Rome’s Bohemian Neighborhood

With its ivy-laden streets, local trattorias and lively atmosphere, Trastevere is one of Rome’s most picturesque – and coveted – neighborhoods. Though Trastevere, which means “across the Tiber”, is popular with tourists, it’s an area of the city that is still filled with local institutions so it’s a great place to stay during a vacation […]

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22 Jul

Dining Al Fresco: Where To Eat Outside In Rome

With its quaint piazzas and panoramic rooftop terraces, Rome is a city made for drinking and dining al fresco, soaking in la dolce vita and the city's quintessentially "small town" atmosphere.

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