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22 May

The Best Day Trips From Rome

Rome is a great base for taking day trips to discover ancient archeological sites, landscaped gardens, hilltop villages and even the Pope's summer residence.

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16 Apr

Celebrate Spring In Rome

With wisteria in full bloom, more hours of daylight and new rooftop openings, springtime is in full swing in the Eternal City!

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21 Mar

Rome With Kids: 5 Experiences You Can’t Miss

Explore the Rome Zoo, zip around Villa Borghese in a golf cart, try your hand at a pizza class or sign up for gladiator school!

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20 Feb

The Best Free Museums In Rome

Rome is a city with art around every corner - and even a few free museums that are very much worth a visit.

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28 Jan

Airports In Rome: A Guide To Fiumicino And Ciampino

Rome has two international airports – Fiumicino (FCO), which is sometimes referred as Leonardo da Vinci airport, and Ciampino (CIA). Fiumicino helps transport passengers worldwide so if you’re coming from the US, Canada, or other long-haul destinations, then you’ll almost certainly be landing there. Ciampino, on the other hand, is the smaller of the two and […]

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21 Jan

The Best Healthy Restaurants In Rome

There's more to eat in the Eternal City than just pizza and pasta. Here are our favorite spots for a light and healthy meal in Rome.

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17 Dec

The 6 Best Winter Experiences In Rome

Winter is one of the best times to enjoy Rome because you'll have the city (nearly) all to yourself!

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22 Jul

Streets of Rome: Via Del Governo Vecchio

This street connects Piazza dell’Orologio, whose name comes from the clock placed on the tower of the Filippini convent built by Borromini, to Piazza del Pasquino, one of the famous “talking statues” of Rome. Via del Governo Vecchio is a really characteristic street a few steps away rom Piazza Navona and Campo De’ Fiori, a […]

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12 Jul

Hidden Gems: Passetto del Biscione

There is always something to do, to see, to discover in Rome. There are places, hidden gems in Rome, that preserve a rare beauty, which tell stories related to the history of the city and that often remain mostly unknown. An example is the Passetto del Biscione, a sort of mini gallery just a few […]

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13 May

Streets of Rome: Via Dei Coronari

The best way to enjoy Rome and discover all its beautiful and picturesque corners is to get lost in its streets and walk the most hidden alleys. A few steps from Piazza Navona, but also reachable from Piazza di Ponte Sant’Angelo and from Lungotevere Tor di Nona, Via dei Coronari shows one of the most […]

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