Travel to Rome


  1. Garum, kitchen museum of Rome

    One of the cutest museums I discovered by chance in Rome is the kitchen museum, Museo della Cucina, uniquely named Garum, which was a fish sauce in Roman times. Granted it's a hobby of mine, so my interest may not be the same as my readers. It's also a bit hidden behind the Circo Massimo.

  2. Museum of Salvaged Art

    A new museum has opened in Rome, the Museum of Salvaged Art, showcasing long-lost artifacts that were stolen or otherwise gone missing. The ancient works will be on display before being returned to the local museums or to owners where they belong.

  3. Tiberio Palace on Capri

    Jennifer Lopez recently paid €7000 a night for a suite at the Tiberio Palace on Capri. Of course, there are few who can afford this. A 'regular' room in this hotel costs € 1345 per night this year, but watch out because next year the same room will cost a whopping € 1698. By the way, luxury hotels, those with five stars and higher, suffered the least during the pandemic. The hotel rates of these hotels seem to be going up. Why is that?

    • Milano
  4. Portus, ancient port near Fiumicino

    Lots of people with early morning flights choose to spend a night nearer the airport. Lots more maybe have flight delays or pick up a car and maybe need a break from a long flight - with exhausted kids in the back seat. So what to do? Here's your guide to some fantastic things going on around Rome's airport - Fiumicino or Leonardo Da Vinci.

    • Fiumicino
  5. Rome with kids

    Travel to Rome with kids takes some planning. Depending on their ages, it's best to alternate a museum or cathedral with the zoo, lots of gelato, a street art tour or an amusement park.
    Feel free to add your own experiences in the comments and help other families on vacation experience Rome to the fullest!

    • Rome
  6. Gowing up in ancient Rome

    On exhibit at Florence’s Uffizi Gallery 
    until April 24, 2022

    • Florence
  7. Toffia in the Sabine hills

    There’s a little-known area outside of Rome, virtually unscathed by mass tourism. Here, you’ll find towns still with mainly Italian residents and some excellent, authentic eateries and few Instagrammers posing for shots. But that doesn’t mean it doesn’t offer up stunning scenery, between the scattered old farmhouses and new constructions dotting the hillsides.

    • Toffia
  8. Lake Nemi 30 km from Rome

    Anyone who has seen the excellent movie starring George Clooney, Monuments Men (based on the eponymous book), knows that the Allies spent time and money searching for stolen works of art during and after WWII.

    • Nemi

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