A day in Rome, Italy: so much to see, and so little time. Highlights from my 24-hour stay in Rome, the capital of Italy. Sightseeing Rome in One Day: Walking Tour of Italy's Capital
See Isernia, Italy, a city built 300 years BC and the birthplace of my grandfather. It is only an hour car drive from Rome, Italy.
Sites of mass executions, murders and ancient prisons in Rome, Italy. Detailed descriptions, history, directions and other useful information included.
A short guide to the mineral rich thermal baths of central Italy
Some tips on how to order a coffee if you are on holiday in Rome
Aperitivo is a type of Italian snack that is a substitute for a full meal.
If you plan to travel to Rome, you should be familiar with Rome’s public transportation system. It is complicated and it can take you a lot of time. Here you will find all the information you need.
There are masterpieces of art and story to be discovered in small churches tucked in quiet piazzas round Rome center, not 100 yards from the Pantheon, which are free. They are San Luigi dei Francesi and Sant'Agostino. Here is my review with their opening times, service times, how to get there and...
The Colosseum is the world’s largest amphitheatre and one of the most recognisable buildings. It attracts millions of visitors a year to the old city of Rome.
Tivoli, Italy is home of two vastly different, and incredibly beautiful, ruins. Villa d’Este and Hadrian’s Villa. Just a few hours from the city, Tivoli is the perfect day trip from Rome.