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where to eat

It’s Gelato Season in Rome! 6 Gelaterie You Need to Try (Map)

The heat came a little early in Rome this year. To us, that means just one very important thing: it’s gelato season! Gelato is a staple for keeping cool inRead More

7 May 2018

where to eat

5 of our Favorite Places for Aperitivo Right Now

While the Italian aperitivo is enjoyed all year long, there’s something about summer that just brings it to life. We’ve written several articles about aperitivo, like how to enjoy yourRead More

21 April 2018

Press Release

Rome Tourist Tax: What is it, How much, and What it’s for

Known as Tassa di Soggiorno in Italian, the Rome Tourist Tax is a charge paid upon check-out from any form of accommodation within city limits. All cities in Italy have someRead More

18 April 2018

Press Release

April 25 in Rome celebrates Italy’s Liberation during WWII

April 25 each year in Italy marks Italy’s Liberation Day from 23 years of fascist dictatorship and 5 years of war. It’s a national holiday observed all over the country. AprilRead More

10 April 2018

City of Rome, Press Release

Where to Park in Rome

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

where to eat

Navigating a Pizzeria in Rome (and Where to Go)

Looking for a good pizzeria in Rome? Typically you’ll find checkered tablecloths or well-worn wooden tables that populate a simple dining room, decorated with family memorabilia or stills from classic Italian films.Read More

29 March 2018

what to do

6 Not-To-Miss Exhibitions Going on in Rome right now

If you find yourself looking for something fun to do indoors this spring in Rome, you’re in luck. All over the city, major and niche exhibitions are open, everything fromRead More

22 March 2018

City of Rome, what to do

Visit Palazzo Doria Pamphilj in Rome

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

What to do in Winter

Experience Roman Opera Music this Easter in Rome

This year Easter Sunday falls on April 1, 2018. And as you might expect Rome is a busy place during this time, not only for religious reasons but also becauseRead More

15 March 2018