Activities in Rome

New Years in Italy Celebrated like a Local

  If you’re planning on having New Years in Italy check out some of these typical events that locals enjoy! Hey there reader! We provide private guided tours all around Italy. Book your next holiday here  The traditions hold strong … Read More

10 Christmas Activities to do in Italy

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]Italy is full of tradition on an average day, but during the holidays you really get a sense of the Christmas spirit with lights and Babbo Natale (Santa Claus) everywhere! Italy is the spiritual home of about 1 billion Catholics … Read More

The Top Christmas Markets to see in Italy

 The Top Christmas Markets to see in Italy It’s the most wonderful time of the year again and Italy sure knows how to make Christmas extra magical with its Top Christmas Markets! From grilled polenta to vin brulé, Italians take the … Read More

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What Ancient Rome Was Really Like: A Different Tour of Rome

Sometimes I think that Rome is referred to as The Eternal City because that’s really how long you’d need to discover its secrets – an eternity. You might think that once you’ve seen the obligatory sights, that you’ve “done” Rome … Read More

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Off The Beaten Path: Rome

Rome. Now more than ever, a city synonymous with living history is increasingly admired every single day by thousands of tourists. If you ask Rome, she’s flattered but also learning to keep her deepest secrets to herself. While many other … Read More

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Rome Tour: Family-Friendly Tips

Traveling to large cities presents families with the challenge of trying to enjoy a vacation while minimizing the number of times the kids complain about being tired or bored. Rome, though not necessarily a child-focused city, is a child-friendly city … Read More

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What is Italy’s Republic Day

The Festa della Repubblica celebrates the birth of the Republic of Italy. Celebrated annually on June 2nd, it commemorates the 1946 referendum that, following the Second World War and the fall of Fascism, ended the Italian monarchy and created the … Read More

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Rome’s Night of Museums

One of the most exciting events for history and art lovers in Rome’s calendar is back: Rome’s Night of Museums. For just €1, on Saturday, May 20, the most important State and Civic Museums in Rome will stay open until … Read More

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Kid Friendly Activities in Rome

Rome is a great place to visit as a family, with all the major tourist sites and activities open to young visitors. However, sometimes the kids want something a little different to museums and archaeological sites. Here are some great … Read More