Save yourself a day while touring Rome to just go antiquing. If you’re already serious about collecting antiques, you’ll find a treasure trove of items that are truly one-of-a-kind and unavailable anywhere else. Read the rest »
As wonderful and even romantic as a trip to Italy can be, it is almost certainly going to be expensive. The airfare alone is worthy of a day’s rest to recover, but once you arrive in Italy, you’re not totally committed to spending an arm and a leg to see some of the sights. Read the rest »
One of the most cultural stops in Rome, the Capitoline Museums hold treasures in art and archaeology dating back to the 15th century. Read the rest »
All four of the Papal Basilicas in the world are located in Rome. The Papal Basilicas include four of the most famous churches in the world – all of which are admired today for their architectural beauty as well as their artistic and religious elements. Read the rest »
While in Rome, do as so many other Roman tourists do. After all, this city is not one of the most heavily traveled tourist locations on the globe for nothing. Read the rest »
The market in Piazza Navona is one of the most popular events that take place in Rome during Christmas Holidays. It is special for children, but nowadays Romans and tourists crowd the streets looking for a delightful old fashioned Christmas atmosphere.
Southeast of Rome you’ll find Castelli Romani, a collection of small villages situated in the open air and rolling hills of the Italian countryside. Read the rest »