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Recommended daytrip from Rome: Albano & Castel Gandolfo
Recommended daytrip from Rome: Albano & Castel Gandolfo...
Places like Castel Gandolfo or Albano Laziale, immediately south-east of Rome, are the perfect destination for a day trip when you visit the capital of Italy, and yet they are virtually unknown [...]
Jan 15, 2019 Category: Off the beaten path 0 Comments
The “other” Roman cuisine: meet the Jewish specialties on the city menus
The “other” Roman cuisine: meet the Jewish specialties on ...
Imagine your Roman holiday has finally begun. Imagine you’ve landed in the Eternal City, walking among its winding alleys, discovering landmarks, navigating around monuments, enjoying the [...]
Jan 13, 2019 Category: Jewish Ghetto area, Landmarks, Piazza Venezia area 0 Comments
A new exhibition space in Rome: meet Alda Fendi’s Rhinoceros
A new exhibition space in Rome: meet Alda Fendi’s Rhinocer...
Visitors to the area of Rome roughly wedged in between the Santa Maria in Cosmedin church (the location for the Bocca della Verità/Mouth of Truth) and the Circus Maximus have now one more place [...]
Jan 10, 2019 Category: Building, What's On in Rome 0 Comments
From Home to Rome’s DormodaLady now on Airbnb Plus!
From Home to Rome’s DormodaLady now on Airbnb Plus!
From Home to Rome is happy to announce that one of our managed apartments has been allowed to feature on Airbnb Plus. Dormo da Lady is located by Trevi Fountain and has been one of our best [...]
Jan 07, 2019 Category: From Home to Rome, Trevi area 0 Comments
How to reach the city center from the airport at Ciampino
How to reach the city center from the airport at Ciampino
  As noted in a previous post on the same subject, as most other cities of similar size, Rome relies on two different airports: Leonardo Da Vinci in Fiumicino/FCO and JB Pastine in [...]
Jan 04, 2019 Category: Rome 101, Termini area, The city center 0 Comments
How to reach the city center from the airport at Fiumicino
How to reach the city center from the airport at Fiumicino
Both international Roman airports (Leonardo Da Vinci in Fiumicino/FCO and JB Pastine in Ciampino/CIA) are at a significant distance from the center of the city, so when you get to Rome you really [...]
Jan 03, 2019 Category: Rome 101, Termini area, The city center 0 Comments
Things to do in Rome on New Year’s Eve
Things to do in Rome on New Year’s Eve
The motto for New Year’s Eve in Rome is “the year-long night“, and for good reason, due to the sheer amount of events happening between the last few hours of the last day of the [...]
Dec 29, 2018 Category: Rome 101, What's On in Rome 0 Comments
Christmas desserts you can find in Rome
Christmas desserts you can find in Rome
Compared to the food that is served on actual Christmas holidays (see our dedicated post about it), desserts are more widely available starting in early December and are just not sold exclusively [...]
Dec 28, 2018 Category: What's On in Rome 0 Comments
What do Romans eat during the holidays, anyway?
What do Romans eat during the holidays, anyway?
Whether you’re visiting Rome as a part of a longer travel through Italy and were not aware of the local Christmas tradition, or you got here specifically for the purpose of being a witness [...]
Dec 23, 2018 Category: Rome 101, What's On in Rome 0 Comments
Which restaurants are open during the December holidays?
Which restaurants are open during the December holidays?
There’s a misconception that Rome (and Italy at large) turns into a wasteland during the holidays, no matter when said holidays are – it is repeated when the month of August begins, [...]
Dec 21, 2018 Category: Rome 101, What's On in Rome 0 Comments