Music in Rome

If you are planning a trip in Rome for the upcoming summer and perhaps you have already booked some cultural tours, you know what to do during the day. Then the question will be...what should I spend my nights there? So, obviously there is one way to fill your time: having an aperitivo ( popular way to have booze with friends) or go to dinner.  Apart from this you

Rome, baby friendly city!

What to do with children in Rome? Many parents ask theirselves this question as soon as they land in the Eternal City. Apparently Rome doesn't seem to offer so much for little ones! Busy streets, plenty of museums, churches, dozens of Archeological sites could be not suitable for childhood fun.  Nevertheless is kind of wrong because Rome hides a different world: a

Everybody’s on sharing… Mobility!

Since I moved to Rome my habits in terms of mobility have changed a lot. I come from Salerno, certainly  not a big city, and I used to run around from the age of 14 on my beloved motorbike, then I got my first car! As a result I had no need to use public transportation or neither walking for long distances! THE SHARING MOBILITY BOOM I have been living in the chaotic

TAKE A LOOK ON MY GIRAFFE SIDE!

Hi Folks! My name is Roberta, a southern blondie giraffe based in Rome. HOW I COULD START??? I have been working in Tourism for a while, I am a traveler and when my boss asked me to write on this blog I had no idea, I was quite scared, asking myself oh my gosh would I be capable of doing this? How I could be engaging ? Nowadays bloggers have became professionals

How to Visit the Vatican for Free

Vatican sights - what is FREE and what is charged for? The Vatican City, the Vatican Museums & Sistine Chapel and St. Peter’s Basilica are the major star attractions for first time visitors. We don’t want to miss out on them and they are certainly worth the cost. However, did you know that these must-sees are sometimes accessible for free? Visiting St Peter's

The Most Common Rome Travel Advice you Should NOT Take

It all starts after you book that flight. You start telling your family and friends -- I'm going to Rome! It's my first time! I'm so excited! The tips start pouring in. Go here. Do that. Don't do that. See this. Eat that. Rome is one of those places where you are sure to know people who have been there, done that. Suddenly everyone is an expert. As local romans,

New Year’s Eve celebrations in Italy

All around the world, New Year's Eve Celebrations are a huge event. Following the Gregorian Calendar, the new year starts the 1st January. Every country has its own traditions; in Italy we have several, too. We consider this day as a new beginning, leaving behind the past. To be honest,  follow all the traditions connected to New Year's celebrations could be stressful.

Discovering Christmas Sweets in Italy

With Christmas almost here, it has arrived the moment to honor our culinary culture. In fact, after the decorating moment the second step concerns the food, which plays an important role - most particularly, the sweets. From the North to the South, all the Italians sweets are delicious, but when it's Christmas… My friend, Christmas sweets are on a whole new level! Let’s

Italian food: 6 rules you need to remember

Italian food is famous worldwide. We are proud to share our food and recipes with the world, but you must know that we can be also a little bit touchy. (Just a little bit….) In fact, our culinary culture has some fixed – and unwritten - rules that you definitely need pay attentions to. You know, growing up with an old-fashioned Italian granny helps you a lot with

Typical Roman Habits you should be aware of

Romans are crazy. Romans are always angry. Romans are way too lazy. But we also have some shortcomings! Between all the girls in this blog, I am the only true Roman (as Elena is from the North and Kimberly and Jesse are from NYC), so no one knows better than me how much we can be annoying. We won’t change - so you’d better give up this idea -, but I can help you

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We have! Every year on August 5th, the snow will cover the Basilica of St. Maria Maggiore during a special ceremony.

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