Via Margutta is one of the beautiful streets of Rome. Located in one of the most central, historical and most visited places in the city, the Campo Marzio neighborhood. It’s
As we explore Rome’s innumerous tales and traditions, one thing Romans are particular attached to is Torre Argentina’s Cat Sanctuary. Cats, nonetheless! We know, you must be thinking: “A cat
We often talk about how strong Italian traditions are for the locals.
One of the most yummy traditions is roasted chestnuts! Yes sir, chestnuts are a big part of Italy’s
Frascati, what a distinctive name!
An Italian town in the hills of the Roman countryside. According to folkloristic traditions, Frascati’s name comes from the word “Frasche”, the Italian name for
Roman church Saint Augustine in Campo Marzio, is another precious little gem in the heart of Rome. A Basilica surrounded by ancient buildings, so modest and delightful, not far from
Enchanted, romantic, scented, magical, surreal, beautiful, mysterious, astonishing, dreamy. The Garden of Ninfa is all of these things.
Not very far from the city of Rome, this very unique English
As we all know, Gelato is a HUGE part of Italian traditions. This delicious treat has been in the lives of Italians for AGES! A common legend behind the first
It’s no surprise there is something to see in every corner of every street, in Rome. From ancient and Roman civilizations, to more recent history, the events that took place
When you’re in Rome, another fun activity would be a road-trip along the coast, through different sceneries. Visit Amalfi coast!
Because of Italy’s position in the Mediterranean, the climate and
“Apollo & Daphne” ~Gian Lorenzo Bernini~
Bernini’s inspiration for this sculpture was based on Ovidio’s tales of the Metamorphosis:
“Apollo is struck by Cupid’s revenge, with a golden arrow, which