Street food in Rome

Rome’s rapidly growing trend, “lo street food”, seems unstoppable. It doesn’t equal with the food trucks or the slices of pizza. We are speaking about those simple, delicious, (relatively) inexpensive and portable snacks that takeaways, cafes and restaurants offer.  Let’s see them piece by piece:   SUPPLI’ Suppli consisting of a[…]

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10 Movies to watch before visiting Rome

1. Roman Holiday (1953) Audrey Hepburn and Gregory Peck star in this Rome classic romance that has them traveling on a two-wheeler across the Eternal City and visiting some of Rome’s most iconic monuments, including the Bocca della Verità. Roman Holiday launched the career of Audrey Hepburn – she won[…]

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Bernini tour in Rome

Gian Lorenzo Bernini was an Italian, being more precise Napolitan sculptor and architect who worked in the XVII. century. We can announce that he was perhaps the greatest sculptor of the baroque era – not to mention a genius architect and quite a fine painter.   If it is not[…]

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3 day tour in Rome

Are you confused what you need to see in Rome? Do you have only 3 days here in this beautiful, historical city? We are not surprised if yes, you are. For this reason, we have compiled a 3 day tour itinerary with the ‘must-to-see’ squares, basilicas, gardens etc.    The base of this[…]

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The most beloved gelateries in Rome

Here are some gelateries from the magic list that could be very important during your vacation is Rome:   1. Gelateria Fatamorgana Top Locations: Piazza degli Zingari, 5 (Monti), Via Bettolo, 7 (Prati), Via Roma Libera, 11 (Trastevere), Via Laurina, 10 (Via del Corso), Via Aosta 3 (Re di Roma)[…]

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Unique, local places

1. Anticafè: the new wave of coffee Ever sat at a cafe where you feel can the beady eyes of the barristas burning into the back of your head as you struggle to make your espresso last long enough to finish typing up the latest chapter of your novel? Or[…]

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