25th of April: Festa della Liberazione d'Italia

Ilaria D'Onofrio April 25, 2019

On the 25th of April 1945, Italian rebellious movements succeeded in the expulsion of Nazi-fascist soldiers from Turin and Milan. World War 2 did not end that precise day, but continued until the first days of the next month, still the Italian government… More

Carnival

Ilaria D'Onofrio February 28, 2019

The more the day are getting longer and warmer, the more is Carnival in Italy getting closer. It is a popular event all around the world, which derives from the catholic religion. Nevertheless, it seems that in Italy has become a big part of the culture… More

Thoughts of a Christmas lover

Ilaria D'Onofrio December 24, 2018

“I could understand if you were a child, but why do you like Christmas so much?” This particular time of the year I get asked this question a lot. I am an adult and I love Christmas holiday with all of my heart, and that seems to be quite unusual. Most… More

Christmas Italian Recipes

Ilaria D'Onofrio December 6, 2018

You can truly feel the Christmas atmosphere pervading around Rome and the whole Italian country at the beginning of December. Christmas lights which make our night brighter, joyful Christmas songs all over our radio to cheer up our mood, Christmas markets… More

Events Around Rome

Ilaria D'Onofrio December 3, 2018

To help you continue to check out what's on offer both around you and further afield, we've put together a list of suggestions for activities that might be of interest to improve your stay in Rome, Florence and other cities in Italy. ROME MOVIE THEATERS… More

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