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Recommended daytrip from Rome: Lake Bracciano
Recommended daytrip from Rome: Lake Bracciano
If you’ve got a half day to spare (or more!), visiting Lake Bracciano, less than an hour north of Rome, will let you discover an area of central Italy you’ve actually seen countless [...]
Mar 21, 2019 Category: Parks, Rome 101 0 Comments
Off the beaten path: From Home to Rome’s tips to explore the city
Off the beaten path: From Home to Rome’s tips to explore t...
Due to the popularity of a previous post containing tips by From Home to Rome’s own staff & collaborators, we’re back once again with… An investigation of sorts. Because [...]
Formula E race cars return to Rome in April!
Formula E race cars return to Rome in April!
Lovers of speed and fast cars don’t need to travel to Maranello or Monza when visiting Italy in the spring: next month, they could experience an authentic Formula E race right in the city [...]
Mar 15, 2019 Category: What's On in Rome 0 Comments
Photography Month in Rome: send us your best pictures of the city!
Photography Month in Rome: send us your best pictures of t...
March has begun, and so has the Mese della Fotografia Roma, Rome’s Photography Month: set up by the FARO association, bringing together professional photographers and fans of this [...]
Mar 11, 2019 Category: What's On in Rome 0 Comments
New train for cruise-goers: Trenitalia launches the Civitavecchia Express
New train for cruise-goers: Trenitalia launches the Civita...
Cruise travellers docking at the port of Civitavecchia are on the rise (there were 2,427,000 passengers in 2018, making it the first port in our country), so Trenitalia, the main train operator [...]
Mar 08, 2019 Category: Colosseum area, Rome 101, The city center 0 Comments
Rome Alternative Sights: Safe Walls
Rome Alternative Sights: Safe Walls
A group of tour guides promote free sightseeing off the beaten path in Rome, and money they raise from donations helps restore towns that were severely damaged by 2016 earthquake in central [...]
Mar 06, 2019 Category: Rome 101, What's On in Rome 0 Comments
Free Museum Week is here!
Free Museum Week is here!
As announced in the previous post on this subject, the very first Free Museum Week is here! Settimana dei Musei, as it has been dubbed by Italy’s culture minister Alberto Bonisoli later [...]
Mar 01, 2019 Category: Landmarks, Museums, What's On in Rome 0 Comments
New at From Home to Rome: Via Alberto Mario
New at From Home to Rome: Via Alberto Mario
Monteverde, uphill from Trastevere and west of the city center of Rome, is unknown to most tourists. A well-kept secret among locals who pass through here for their outdoors activities in the [...]
Feb 28, 2019 Category: Building, From Home to Rome, Monteverde area 0 Comments
Love Caravaggio’s paintings? Enjoy this free walking tour!
Love Caravaggio’s paintings? Enjoy this free walking tour!...
  When visiting Rome, especially if it’s your  first time, you might be surprised at how  common it is to be suggested to go visit churches. This is something that has very little to [...]
Feb 25, 2019 Category: Campo Marzio area, Churches, Landmarks, Navona area, The city center 0 Comments
A Roman temple & Al Vicolo: a story of layers
A Roman temple & Al Vicolo: a story of layers
That Rome is a city built in layers is a fact known to everyone, whether they’ve never visited or they’re seasoned travelers who have experienced the Capitale throughout different [...]
Feb 23, 2019 Category: Building, Campo de' Fiori area, Via Giulia area 0 Comments