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Explore Villa Aldobrandini in Rome

The Eternal City of Rome is filled with many great things: amazing architecture, sculptures and monuments, tasty food, busy shopping streets and many beloved spots that tourists can’t miss, such as the Pantheon, the Colosseum, the Trevi Fountain, the Vatican Museums and many more. If you enjoy traveling by taking

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Discover the thermal baths of Caracalla

Built between 212 and 217 AD by Emperor Lucio Settimo Bassano, also known as Caracalla, the Thermal Baths of Caracalla are one of the most famous thermal plants of Ancient Rome. It’s located near Circo Massimo and up until the construction of the thermal baths of Diocleziano in the 4th

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Discover the Pyramid of Cestius

If you wander through the streets of Rome, more precisely in Via Ostiense, you will stumble upon something that will at first seem quite weird: a Pyramid. You’ll probably wonder why there’s what looks like an Egyptian pyramid in Rome and the answer is actually quite simple. Let’s find out

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The Epiphany Feast in Italy

On the 6th of January, Christians celebrate the Epiphany; the arrival of the three Kings to baby Jesus’ crib. The Epiphany in Italy is usually associated with the end of the Christmas Holidays and the beginning of a new working year. On this day, Christmas trees and decorations traditionally get

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New Year’s Eve: Italian Traditions

New Year’s Eve surely is a magical time of the year and being in Italy for this special occasion will make it even better! Italy is, in fact, full of little traditions, even some quirky ones, that will make your New Year’s Eve an unforgettable experience. If you are looking

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Top 5 Museums in Rome

Rome is one of the cities that managed to collect, throughout the centuries, some of the most important pieces of art in the whole world. Having more than 60 museums, it will be very hard to choose which ones to see but fear not! If you are visiting Rome we’re

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A day in Trastevere: what to see

Trastevere is a neighborhood located in the city of Rome. It’s one of the main centers of the city’s nightlife, being surrounded by bars, pubs, clubs and restaurants. It’s also the perfect place to go get an aperitivo with friends! Its name comes from the Latin “Trans Tiberem” which means

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Discover Opera del Duomo Museum in Florence

The city of Florence is known for its stunning architectural sites and pieces of art and if you happen to be in the city, you definitely can’t miss a visit to the Opera del Duomo Museum! The Opera del Duomo Museum, located near the Duomo, contains some of the most

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