Last time we talked about the Basilica of Santo Stefano Rotondo, the Ghetto and the Coppedè neighborhood. Today I want to explore with you other three beautiful points of the city that tourists rarely know: open-door markets, gardens of Palazzo Venezia… More
In a few weeks, you will embark on one of the most exciting adventure of your life: coming here in Rome as a study abroad student for one whole semester. In order to enjoy your stay, you may need some spirit of adventure and adaptation, an open-minded… More
This Saturday, June 29th, is a very special day for Rome and its citizens. Indeed, it’s the day when is celebrated the Patrons Saints of the city: St. Peter and St. Paul. This day, as for Christmas and Easter, is very important for Roman people and rooted… More
This week our students went to Altrove restaurant and took part in a cooking class, which was quite different from the other experiences we were used to.
First of all there is the setting: not a classic cooking school, but they had the unique possibility… More
Kathleen Barta - Student of Villanova University - Arcadia in Rome Museum Practice - Spring 19
Rome is a city bursting at the seams with ancient architecture and art at every turn. The MAXXI, the National Museum of 21st Century Arts, is a welcome detour… More