Art & Culture

How to travel to Italy post-COVID

Is travel to Italy safe? How do we safely travel to Italy post-COVID you may be wondering. What will going to the Colosseum look like? Do we stand in lines? How many people will be in close parameters? Many questions … Read More

50 Interesting Facts about Italy

If you want to travel to Italy someday then these 50 facts about Italy might come in handy. Learn about how the volcano in Sicily can disrupt travel plans, how tip is already included in the bill at restaurants, and … 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

Healthy Italian eating: Why Are Italians So Healthy?

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]The most recent World Economic Forum named Italians the healthiest population in the world right after the Spanish. Sure, it was a hard blow for the average healthy Italian. Italy is a country that has often been viewed as the … Read More

Italian Slang Expressions Around Italy

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text] View our Rome walking tours! Slang and modi di dire (expressions) are an integral part of any language and might be even more prominent in Italian than others due to the diversity of the country’s regions. The seasoned traveller to … Read More

The best Basilicas to visit in Italy

When people think about an Italy trip, there are often a few keywords that tend to pop up again and again. Words like pizza and gelato and piazza and Prada, but another one that can’t be avoided is: churches. So … Read More

Rome called the eternal city

Why is Rome Called The Eternal City?

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text] Sign up for our new Italian Language Classes for Travelers! Why is Rome called The Eternal City? They say ignorance is bliss and for the most part, that’s true. When in Rome, one should always blissfully ignore the calories … Read More

museums in Florence

Florence, One of the 100 Most Visited Places of the World: Cradle of the Renaissance

There are few places in the world that are home to as much beauty as Florence for this is a city that has obtained an almost cult-status from as many art aficionados as history buffs and as many food-obsessed as … Read More

Verona Arena

The Verona Arena

Great acoustics for live shows, an amazing venue, an ancient Roman amphitheater – just like Colosseum, but you are in the center of Verona. Yes, I said live shows because the Verona Arena is an open air venue where you … Read MoreRead More

colosseum at night

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