One of the most fascinating artifacts to visit in Rome is the 2,200-year-old Bocca delia Verita, also known as the “Mouth of Truth.” This incredibly large Pavonazzetto marble mask depicting a face with open eyes and an open mouth is found at the Piazza della Bocca della Verita, which is the spot of an ancient…

When you visit Italy, you’ll undoubtedly notice that people there love soccer. By far the country’s most popular sport, soccer is played across the nation and is watched by people of all ages. The top Italian soccer league is Serie A, in which twenty teams compete. The league runs from August to May of each…

Italian finger food showcases some of the best ingredients and flavors that Italy has to offer. Each region has its own assortment of favorite finger foods full of high quality, artisanal, local ingredients. A few selections enjoy universal popularity. They summarize everything that is lovely and delectable about Italian finger food. #1 Suppli  | Stuffed…

There’s no doubt about it, traditional Italian food is some of the best cuisine in the world (although we may be a bit biased!). No matter who you are or what you like, there is sure to be an Italian dish that you will love. Check out these 8 Italian foodie Instagram photos to make…

When it comes to visiting Italy, it doesn’t hurt to do some basic introductory research for what to do and how to act. While visiting Italy, here are some tips that you can use to avoid being the obnoxious tourist during your stay. Follow our do’s and don’t tips for Italian Etiquette so you fit…

Ever wondered what to do after dinner in Rome? Well, no need to worry! There’s still a lot to do and see in Rome after the sun goes down, and there’s no shortage of after dinner activities in the city. With everything that the Eternal City has to offer, you’ll never be bored during your…

The Catacombs of Priscilla are an ancient Christian burial site located on Via Salaria above Villa Ada Park in northern part of Rome. Sometimes called the “Queen of Catacombs,” these catacombs measure an impressive five miles and date back to at least the 2nd century. Although these aren’t as famous as the Catacomb of Callixtus…

Every couple dreams of a destination wedding. The picturesque backdrops of the canals, gondolas, shops, and architecture of Venice prove to be the perfect combination for a perfectly scenic ceremony. Taking gorgeous wedding photos in one of most beautiful parts of Italy will serve as perfect memories for years to come. Check out these 20…

There’s no denying that Rome is one of the most beautiful cities in the world. Between the Colosseum, Trevi Fountain, The Roman Forum, Pantheon, and Vatican City, it’s hard not to be amazed by the art and architecture around every corner. However, there is something absolutely spectacular about seeing these same sites after the sun…

When you’re in Italy, it’s important to take the time to explore the country’s famous cities and monuments. However, it’s also worthwhile to find opportunities to discover some of Italy’s smaller beautiful towns. Tivoli, a town in Lazio, is situated approximately 20 miles outside of Rome upon a hill. From a distance, the town offers…

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