Rome is the Eternal City, but not everything remains untouched by time.
Apart from the monuments, frequently restored and maintained, there are also inaugurations of new expositions, changes in the opening times for museums or simply new supermarkets and changes to the bus and metro timetables.
Find out what’s happening in the city, check out our blog!
Rome’s Botanical Garden has been officially recognized as an urban garden open to the public since 1883. The gardens span 12 hectares (nearly 30 acres) of lush and exotic vegetationRead More
6 April 2019
If you’re following our blog closely, you’ve already read about many of our favorite restaurants in Rome organized by neighborhood. We tend to hit up the local joints, the placesRead More
6 January 2019
Before the Ancient Roman Empire, the Etruscan civilization was the most prominent and civilized on the Italian peninsula. The current city of Cerveteri is much smaller than the original cityRead More
21 December 2018
Every new year brings with it new resolutions. Don’t slow down just because you’re on vacation! Rome is one of the most beautiful cities in the world, so it’s onlyRead More
12 December 2018
The Vatican Museums are one of the most visited museum complexes in the world – receiving over 6.4 million visitors in 2017. And for good reason. The Vatican Museums houseRead More
30 November 2018
Road trips around Italy are becoming more and more common these days with easier and more sophisticated navigation tools. *When driving in Rome it’s very important that drivers respect the LimitedRead More
4 April 2018
In the heart of Rome on one of the main arteries of the city (Via del Corso), sits one of the most important noble palazzos of the city: Palazzo DoriaRead More
21 March 2018
If you happen to be in the Eternal City for the spookiest day of the year: here’s the low down on things to do on Halloween in Rome. Halloween isRead More
23 October 2017
The perfect weather in September in Rome makes it an optimal time to host festivals all over the city. If you’re lucky enough to visit the city during the monthRead More
2 September 2017