Palazzo Colonna is one of the dreamiest palazzos I have ever seen. Trust me when I say that “breathtaking” doesn’t quite cover the beauty of this aristocratic residence.
In 2014 Pope Francis opened the Papal Palace and Gardens of Castel Gandolfo to the public, allowing visitors to what was once the Pope’s summer residence.
From countryside to seaside escapes, take advantage of Rome’s central location to visit these 18 amazing towns.
From female movie characters to artists, try finding the works of Lediesis–the street artists who depicts iconic women with the “S” of Superwoman.
Among the most unforgettable experiences one can have in Italy, harvesting olives is at the top of the list.
Find clues that will take you through the most beautiful streets, piazzas and hidden courtyards of Trastevere and Villa Borghese with Foxtrail Roma’s urban adventure.
Explore the Testaccio neighbourhood and taste iconic Roman dishes in family-run alimentari, restaurants and eateries on this delicious food tour of Rome.
Rome is very hot in the summer! But there are many ways to beat the heat and enjoy the Eternal City to its fullest!
Surrounded by olive groves and vineyards, you’ll find Tenuta Collesala: a country chic estate perfect for large groups in the Sabine Hills, ideal for exploring central Italy.
The Roman Forum is among the oldest sites in Rome, and there’s plenty of mysteries still being uncovered. Here are 5 facts you might not know.
My absolute favorite places to eat in Sabaudia and Circeo: two charming seaside towns in Italy’s Lazio region.
If you’re up for a short drive, just a 40-minute drive from Rome you’ll find the beautiful Lake Bracciano with its charming towns scattered along its coast. Head to Anguillara Sabazia for a delicious lunch by the lake.
Thanks to augmented reality, you can now visit the Terme di Caracalla in 4D and see them as they once were in 216AD when they were inaugurated by Caracalla.