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What to do in Winter

Christmas in Trastevere

The holiday spirit in Rome is a cheerful one – all streets, from the palace-lined to the nooks and crannies are usually donned with twinkling garlands, boughs and bows ofRead More

16 November 2018

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A Visit to Italy’s White House: Quirinal Palace

The White House located at 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue in Washington D.C. is 6 stories and 55,000 sq ft, built at the end of the 18th century. John Adams was theRead More

8 November 2018

What to do in Winter

Rugby in Rome: Six Nations Rugby League

For six nations – England, France, Ireland, Italy, Scotland, and Wales – rugby is serious business. For avid rugby fans and novices alike the Rome-based matches are lively athletic eventsRead More

26 October 2018

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The Costaguti Family and the Righteous Among the Nations

October 16, 1943 is a dark day in the history of Rome. At 5:15 in the morning, SS officers of Germany’s Nazi army stormed the streets of Rome’s Jewish ghettoRead More

18 October 2018

Tourist Guides

Tips for Taking Trains from Rome around Italy

If you’re planning to travel around Italy, trains are generally the fastest and simplest way to get around…at least through the northern part of the country. The European rail systemsRead More

10 October 2018

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Day Trip to the Dying City: Civita di Bagnoregio

Known as the “Dying City” (la città che muore) Civita di Bagnoregio is a testament of nature vs. man, as the land surrounding the charming borgo slowly erodes, risking total and inevitableRead More

25 September 2018

Visit Rome in Autumn

Discover what’s new in Rome’s Food Scene: Taste of Roma 2018

Calling all foodies! The second half of September each year marks the opening of one of the season’s most delicious festivals in Rome: Taste of Roma. Visit the festival andRead More

14 September 2018

Visit Rome in Autumn

#EuropeforCulture: Celebrate European Heritage Days Sept 22-23, 2018

Since 1991 European Heritage Days, a weekend is set aside for cities all over Europe, dedicate special visits, guided tours, screenings, and performances to celebrate the diversity of Europe’s heritage.Read More

11 September 2018

Press Release

Apartment Highlight: AP34 Monti

Tucked away on a quiet street in the Monti Neighborhood of Rome, AP34 Monti apartment is a sunny Roman escape for up to 7 visitors in the Eternal City. LocatedRead More

24 August 2018