Did you know it is illegal to chew gum in Singapore or to hold a salmon is a suspicious way in the United Kingdom? Probably not. These are only a couple out of the hundreds of weird laws from around the world. Be warned, Italy is no exception. But no worries, if you’re planning to visit…

How to get around Rome may seem like an overwhelming task, with the limited metro lines and the seemingly infinite bus lines that trot around the city in all sorts of directions. That is why we have created this simple guide to Rome public transport for your reference, so you can feel confident about how…

No matter how much of a Rome buff you are, there is always one question every traveler asks about Rome drinking fountains – “Can I really drink out of the Rome fountains? ” The answer is – YES! Thank You for the Aqueducts Ancient Romans! One of the many accomplishments of the ancient Roman empire was…

When you’re visiting Italy, Venice is a must. The city is one of the most particular places you can visit, full of beautiful historic buildings and gorgeous canals. Though during peak-season, Venice is bustling with thousands of tourists making it extremely difficult to find the perfect deal.If you want to stay in the best hotels…

L’Insalata di Rinforzo is an Italian antipasto recipe that can’t be overlooked when preparing a typically Neapolitan Christmas eve meal but this variation, created by my grandmother (who was not at all Neapolitan but instead from the Piemonte region in the north west of Italy), makes for a wonderful antipasto or “starter” (“anti” meaning “before”…

What’s the most famous dish in Tuscany and Florence? Bistecca alla Fiorentina – it’s the best steak in Florence of course! The origin of the Florentine steak goes back to the 16th century and the great Medici family. Every year the Medici’s would host a celebration on August 10th to honor Saint Lorenzo, the martyr.…

Celebrities in Italy with Homes in Italian Cities Italy is one of the most beautiful countries in the world. The country is known for its fashion, vineyards, architecture, and cuisine. While in Italy, you can visit Venice, the city of canals, or you can visit Rome and see where the gladiators fought. In fact, numerous…

You don’t have to have been to Italy to know that THIS is the land of fashion. Never have I ever left the house wearing something that made me look and feel like I had just gotten out of bed, and never have I ever seen anyone else do it either. Appearance is very important…

Are you a lover of Gorgonzola (blue cheese)? It’s one of those things that you either love or you hate but if you are one of the former, you’ll have fun with this Italian pasta recipe. Gorgonzola was first produced in the 15th century in the town of Gorgonzola, near Milan. In the 1800s its…

Fiumicino Airport, also known as Aereoporto Leonardo Da Vinci, is Rome´s main International Airport. Not too far from the city, it is located on the coast, just west and slightly north of Rome. There are several ways to get from Fiumicino Airport to Rome, between trains, taxis, buses, renting cars, and private transfers. Let´s explore…

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