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Discover The Aventine Hill in Rome, Its Churches, Orange Garden and The Knights Of Malta Keyhole

The Aventine Hill in Rome is one of the most fascinating areas of the city centre. Discover its beautiful churches, culture and all the major moments that ...

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7 Interesting Facts About Rome’s Campo De’ Fiori To Know Before You Go

One of the favourite landmarks in central Rome, Campo de' Fiori is unmissable if it's your first trip and a great location for sightseeing and eating out any ...

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The most beautiful and least visited churches in Rome

While everybody knows and visits the Vatican, Rome has many beautiful and lesser-known worship places. Discover some of the most beautiful and least-visited ...

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A complete guide to the best vegetarian restaurants in Rome

Meat-centric capital of spaghetti all'amatriciana and coda alla vaccinara, due to the always higher demand from both locals and tourists, the capital, too, ...

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The best budget hotels in Rome

For many tourists, traveling to Europe is scary because of the costs. Even though very popular, a city break to Rome can sound intimidating especially if you ...

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Top Things To Do In Rome – The Ultimate Rome Guide For First-Time Visitors

A complete guide with the best things to do in Rome and tips on where to stay, where to eat a great Roman meal and how to use Rome public transport.

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Discover the Stunning Basilica of Saint Paul Outside the Walls in Rome

The Basilica of Saint Paul Outside the Walls is often neglected by travellers and tour guides in Rome. Wrongly so as it's stunning and historically important. ...

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Taste Roman Food and Learn How to Cook It: 10 Top Food Tours of Rome

A way to add more value to your Italy holiday is to book a city tour to delve deeper and gain a better knowledge of the places you are visiting. One of the ...

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10 Wonderful Romantic Things to Do in Rome

Are you looking for a perfect date idea in Rome? Discover some fantastic romantic things to do in Rome and find the best place to propose or impress your other ...

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Best apartments in Rome, find the best homestay in the Italian capital

Find the best apartments in Rome to enjoy your stay. Our review of Rome vacation rentals will help you plan a great trip your own.

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What to do in Rome for Christmas 2018

Are you joining the crowds to feel the Yuletide spirit in the Italian capital? Find out what to do in Rome for Christmas to enjoy the city in the winter ...

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Best Rome hotels near the Vatican

Whether you are visiting Rome for Christmas, Easter or any time of the year, both if taking a tour or exploring the city by yourself, chances are you are ...

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San Pietro in Vincoli Basilica in Rome, see the chains that held Saint Peter captive

There is a church in Rome that, even though in the city centre, is far from the immediate tourist eye, hence often neglected. San Pietro in Vincoli Basilica ...

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Best hotels in Rome near Termini station

Finding a good and cheap hotel in Rome is not always easy. With so many options and deals, often tourists feel overwhelmed and end up making the wrong choice. ...

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What to do in Rome when it rains

Autumn is starting and while it's one of my favourite seasons, in Italy it can be pretty wet. If you are worried about what to do in Rome when it rains, fret ...

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What to pack for summer in Rome, your guide to what to wear in Rome in August

Find out what to pack for summer in Rome to face the merciless sun and the busy months. Check out our complete guide to what to wear in Rome in August.

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What to pack for Rome, your guide to the essential Rome packing list

You are super excited to be traveling to Italy but not sure what to include in your Rome packing list? Whatever season you are planning to travel, there are ...

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3 Rome itineraries for the independent traveller

With so much to see and do, visiting Rome in a couple of days or even a week is challenging at best. To help you make the most of your trip, we have come up ...

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Where to stay in Rome – The guide to the best Rome boroughs for your holiday

So huge and overwhelming, it's not always easy to decide where to stay in Rome. With so much to see and do, if you are not familiar with the city, booking a ...

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Finding the best food markets in Rome

Why do we travel to Italy? Architecture? Art? That, too, but let's face it, some treats of Italian culinary tradition are as inspiring as the Colosseum. With ...

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Hidden gems in Rome, how to visit Rome like a local

So popular among tourists from all over the world that finding some hidden gems in Rome is becoming harder by the day. Hard but not impossible. Of course, ...

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The best Rome private tours to explore the city’s history and enjoy its delicious food

Book the best Rome private tours available to dig deeper into the city's history and art and take one of the Rome food tours to be introduced to the Italian ...

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7 amazing day trips from Rome, Italy

Rome is huge and there are a million things to do, places to visit and restaurants to try, but that's not all. A holiday in Rome, in fact, offers more ...

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The best five-star hotels in Rome

When traveling in Italy, what's a better way of pampering yourself than picking your accommodation among the best five-star hotels in Rome? Our ...

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Visiting the Vatican City, the ultimate guide to the Holy See

One of the most visited landmarks in Rome, Vatican City is the world's smallest state. Located in the heart of the Italian capital, it has been shrouded ...

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A complete guide to Rome public transport

This is a complete insider's guide to Rome public transport. Find out where to buy Rome metro tickets and how much they are, and how to use Rome buses, trams, ...

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Ancient pharmacy Santa Maria della Scala, a hidden gem in Rome

A gem, maybe not so hidden, but truly a gem. The ancient pharmacy Santa Maria della Scala in Rome's Trastevere neighborhood has been serving customers and ...

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What to do in Rome in three days

You've either been dreaming about it or already organizing a holiday in the Italian capital, but with so many historical sites, pieces of art, beautiful ...

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Cat bistrot in Rome, deliciously vegan Romeow

"Don't ask us for cuddles, wait for us to ask you." This is one of the rules cats laid out to welcome their hungry guests at Romeow, the delicious cat bistrot ...

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Popstairs, new street art project in Rome

The other day, leaving home and going to catch the train, I was met by a lovely surprise: Rome's street art fever had reached my otherwise anonymous ...

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Grezzo, Rome’s first raw vegan pastry shop

It happened, at last. Rome finally has her own raw vegan pastry shop, Grezzo, that actually claims to be the first pastry, chocolate, and gelato shop in the ...

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Ancient Rome around every corner of the modern city

Ancient Roman pillar embedded in a more recent palace A while ago I joined a fascinating tour in the footsteps of the notoriously famous Borgia family, ...

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Rome Carnival between history and tradition

The festive spirit of Rome Carnival After attending and loving Venice Carnival, this year's Mardi Gras I decided to follow the parade organized for the ...

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Street art and community roots at Rome’s Quadraro neighborhood

"Art pollinates Quadraro", mural welcoming visitors to Rome's street art neighborhood Quadraro So you thought Rome was all about BCs and ancient artwork. ...

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Faith and history at Santa Croce in Gerusalemme Basilica in Rome

Exploring the beautiful and historic Santa Croce in Gerusalemme basilica in Rome's multicultural Esquilino neighbourhood.

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Sarees, chopsticks and coconut milk, welcome to Rome’s multicultural heart

Chinese red lanterns in Rome's Esquilino neighborhood Scent of curries, chopsticks clinking and head-swinging greetings. Fret not, you are still in Rome, ...

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Incredible discovery at Ostia Antica: child’s grave protected by a curse

A short while ago I wrote about the new diggings taking place in Ostia Antica, the ancient Roman city next to the capital and located on the seaside at the ...

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Rome before the Romans, discovering Etruscan Cerveteri

The countryside near Cerveteri as seen from Borgo di Ceri For as famous, powerful, organized and resourceful as they were, life and splendor in Italy ...

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Uncharted and traditional Rome, Italianness in Garbatella Lots

Engraved portrait of "Lady Garbatella" Colosseum, ancient ruins, immortal masterpieces, Caravaggios and basilicas. While Rome is all that, there are many ...

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Shapes, lights and patterns of Rome’s grand mosque

Inside Rome's mosque Designed by Italian architect Paolo Portoghesi with the collaboration of Iraqi architect Sami Mousawi and Italian engineer Gigliotti, ...

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5 places to admire the best mosaics in Rome

With a couple of thousands of years of history, art and aqueducts under its collective belts, many are the experiences the Eternal City has to offer its ...

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New diggings in Ostia Antica show the city was bigger than Pompeii

Very likely where wheat was ground and kept until being shipped to Rome It's been recent news that new archaeological diggings have found evidence that the ...

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Close up and personal with gladiators in the Colosseum dungeon

The view on the city from the high point of the Roman Forum As part of my leisure time, it is no secret that I love wandering the streets of both ancient ...

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Photo essay – Rome street art in Ostiense neighborhood

Apart from ancient art, Rome boasts also some pretty exquisite modern craft, and one of the most accessible and easy to find is the street art in Ostiense ...

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When the Vatican Museums open only for you

The Statues Courtyard What happens when you get the chance to visit the Vatican Museums without the usual, never-ending crowd? You can easily get used to ...

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Ostiense old Gasometer, a relic of Rome’s industrial archaeology

Managed by Eni, the Italian gas and oil company, probably the only Italian body, someone would argue (and I would agree), that actually has an independent ...

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So you love Piazza Navona. Try beneath and visit colossal Domitian Stadium

That's right, in Rome, wherever you start digging you are bound to find a new wonder, just because the ones under the sky are not enough. A great place to ...

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Tears and beauty, charmed by the Non-Catholic cemetery in Rome

Possibly the most famous and photographed statue at the non-Catholic cemetery, this crying angel symbolizes the pain a husband felt after losing his wife. ...

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Uncovering secret Trastevere with Scopri Roma

Piazza di Santa Maria in Trastevere, where its namesake basilica stands Who has been to Rome even only once is now thinking that a tour in Trastevere is ...

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Rome underground tour to explore what lies beneath the surface

One of my favourite tours in Rome is the one I took with Walks of Italy where we explored what lies beneath the surface of the Italian capital. Our Rome ...

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Wine and food tasting in Rome with Eating Italy Food Tours

Why do we travel? Landmarks, palaces, artwork, all great reasons, but when we want to experience authenticity, what do we think of? Food, of course. I took a ...

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Gore and entertainment, digging into Rome’s Colosseum

Are you planning a trip to Rome? I'm positive that one of the first attractions you'll consider visiting is the mighty Colosseum. The Colosseum as seen ...

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Mandaloun, Lebanese food haven in Rome’s exclusive neighborhood

Hummous vs. hummous, eggplants vs. chickpeas, a feast for the taste buds I went to this restaurant twice in less than two weeks, and obviously not because ...

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Exploring the Appian Way, Queen of the Roads, and other hidden gems in Rome

Someone said that to explore Rome a lifetime is not enough, and the more I explore the more I realize that probably nowhere in the world this thought can be ...

Browsing All Comments By: Angela Corrias
  1. Many people skip Santa Cecilia and visit the more famous Santa Maria in Trastevere, which is obviously worth a visit, but I think devoting an hour also to the lesser known basilica adds to the value of your visit. It might be the reason for you to come back to Rome 😉

  2. That’s some weird preferences of yours… Thankfully I haven’t seen any old man victim of slavery in front of 1000 degree oven in Garbatella, nor anywhere else in Rome 😉

  3. Hi Jessica, thanks for stopping by! Gorgeous indeed, should you come to Rome, don’t miss them!

  4. Definitely, Rome is full of surprises and it’s lovely to dig them up little by little 😉

  5. Fascinating isn’t it? I too get over-excited when it comes to our ancient past!

  6. True, dinner and narghilé outside in the summer is a great combination 😉

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