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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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27 Apr

The 5 Most Beloved Italian Habits

When traveling in a new country you can notice the differences and the common points with your culture. Then there are customs, traditions or simply particular habits that may seem strange or, on the contrary, are close to your being and you would also like to adopt. Here are all those Italian habits to put […]

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6 Apr

Street Food In Rome: 6 Spots You Can’t Miss

Street food? Yes, please! You cannot spend time in Rome without tasting its delicious street food. You can eat well even if you don’t have much time and it can satisfy all tastes. The choice is really wide: pizza, panini, supplì and desserts. But please, don’t expect lightness!   PIZZA Pizza bianca with mortadella is […]

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10 Jul

The Seven Hills of Rome

Have you ever heard about the Seven hills of Rome? Probably you have, because they are related with the history of Rome’s foundation and development. Today it’s difficult to recognize them due to constructions and changes over the centuries, and they are more like land ridges than hills. But all of them have something special […]

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23 Sep

A "Little London" in the heart of Rome

Little London in Rome means a series of  colorful houses built in the typical “English style”. A London corner in the heart of Rome, just three tram stops from the central Piazza del Popolo: it’s a surprise, isnt’it? This small private road, bordered by two gates (which can be accessed from Via Flaminia, at number 287 […]

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22 Apr

"Triumphs and Laments": a special way to discover the history of Rome

Victories and defeats, glory and shame, centuries of history and magnificence. “Triumphs and Laments: a project for Rome” is a major new work by the South African artist William Kentridge on the Lungotevere. It was inspired by the Eternal City: 500 meter-long-frieze of more than eighty figures up to ten metres high.   We loved this project […]

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16 Jan

The Protestant Cemetery in Rome, one of the most impressive in the world

The Protestant  or Non-Catholic Cemetery in Rome, called “The Testaccio” or “The british”, is also known as  “The Cemetery of poets and artists“. In Italian it’s “Cimitero acattolico di Roma” and it is considered by lots of people to be one of the most beautiful in the world. It is located just beside the famous “Piramide”, the ancient […]

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5 Jan

Sex And The Eternal City

Passion, intrigue, jealousy, love… emotions come to life – in Rome every piece of marble and stone tells a story. A common story of us being human. And how being human makes our life an extraordinary story. Let’s follow someone who knew a thing or two about emotions and telling stories that last for centuries […]

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