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1. 6 Places in Europe You've Never Heard Of!
June 15, 2018

You’ve seen it all. Paris. Rome. Milan. Berlin. It’s all been done. You’re absolutely sure you’ve explored every last corner of Europe. You’re desolate and depressed – and in luck. I’ve scoured the globe and found six secret spots that most people have never even heard of. Now, you can happily continue on your whirlwind European adventures, free of repeating anything you’ve already done. And don’t forget to grab some cheap travel insurance – Europe is notoriously safe, but you can’t always predict the future. Got all that? Read on and see the places on the map you’ve probably missed. ... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

2. Enjoy the best iPhone repairs in Rome with Smartphone Assistenza
May 01, 2018

Rome, Italy – Smartphone Assistenza is an iPhone Clinic which provides some of the best quality services in fixing Iphone one can wish for. This shop is simply amazing. It is special because it has an outstanding philosophy when it comes to customer service. It understands the hassle to live without your main phone for several days that is why it strives for minimum repair time by having most of the needed parts in the office and frequently updating the stock so the waiting time is minimal. Our Apple phones are integral parts of our lives. Everywhere we go, we take them with us. They are t... (read more)

Author: John Doe

3. 5 Films to Get You in the Mood for Your Italian River Cruise
March 21, 2018

There is nothing that will get you so in the mood for the sights and sounds of Italy, before your next Italian river cruise, as losing yourself in the wonderful scenes of some of the country’s most iconic movies. From the steamy sultriness of Rome in the swinging Sixties in La Dolce Vita to the culture clash of British reserve with Italian passion in A Room With a View, these films will bring alive the sights and sounds of Italy. And that’s without even leaving your living room. Life is Beautiful (La Vita e Bella) Italy is the stunning backdrop for Roberto Benigni’s Oscar-winning fil... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

4. Italian Residential Trips: When in Rome, Do as the Romans Do
March 19, 2018

It can be hard for a history or classics teacher to bridge the gap between the past and the present. This is why a residential trip can be so important when the past you are trying to teach happened more than 2000 years ago. But what if, more than just seeing the ruins of the great Roman Empire in Rome, your students could actually see it as it would have been? What if they could step back in time? The Time Elevator While time travel technology may be a way off still, the organisers of the immersive cinematic experience the Time Elevator in Rome, have found a way to take your pupils ... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

5. CARDINAL LAW
January 15, 2018

Cardinal Law can be defined as the religious ego of men who are not willing to repent. Cardinal Law is known as Bernard Francis Law who was born on 4th November 1931. He was an American cardinal of Roman Catholic Church. He is the former archpriest of the Basilica di Santa Maria Maggiore and cardinal priest of the Santa Sussana which is in Rome. A letter which was signed by 58 priests was represented which asked the Cardinal Law to resign his archbishop post. He was considered as the pariah with American Catholic church ranks. Cardinal Law resigned as a chairman of Board of Trustees in ... (read more)

Author: Alice Ken

6. Hidden Italy: History Off the Beaten Track
December 18, 2017

Italian history is loved and appreciated the world over. While millions of tourists flocking every year to Italy’s historical hotspots such as Venice and Rome, history enthusiasts in search of a quieter, less conventional historical holiday look beyond the major cities. Lake Garda and the region of Puglia are two destinations rich as any with Roman, Renaissance and modern historical narratives. Both are perfect places for an authentic Italian holiday without the crowds and the tourist trappings. Lake Garda A place of immense natural beauty and wide historical perspective, Lake Garda ... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

7. Discover Italy with Coach Charter Italy
December 10, 2017

Coach Charter Italy proposes to you one of the most reliable bus services in the town, like Bus charter Florence. With very large-scaled service options, the company is specialized on different charter services that clients can make use of. If you want to discover Rome or Florence and need a bus with a guide, then you can take into consideration the actual Coach Charter Italy and use their high quality offerings. The website of Coach Charter Italy has a lot of interesting to propose to you. If you are always seeking a perfect bus charter which could satisfy all your needs, then you should c... (read more)

Author: John Doe

8. The Mood of Red
November 10, 2017

According to psychologists the color of a room has an effect on your emotions. Here we look at the color red in home decor and the resulting effect on one's mood. Psychologically the color red is associated with war, anger, strength, danger. It increases metabolism, blood pressure and respirations. It attracts attention and is often used on signs to warn of danger. For example the highway stop signs are painted red. In classic Rome the most powerful men wore red. If your favorite color is red, according to psychologists you are aggressive, you demand attention and you strive h... (read more)

Author: Katy Beacher

9. Rome's Best and Boldest Fountains
September 22, 2017

Over the past decade, I’ve organised many small group tours that highlight Rome’s artistic gems. But while tourists always marvel at world-renowned attractions such as the Vatican and the Colosseum, they’re often most intrigued by the sophisticated creativity that the city’s many fountains radiate. The fascination with Rome’s tributes to running water is not a modern phenomenon. In fact, sculptors and artists throughout history were often considered most accomplished if they landed the highly desirable task of designing and building an aquatic monument for the Eternal City. Let me ... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

10. Rome's Best Running Routes
August 17, 2017

While there are plenty of Rome tours that require lots of walking, the physical exertion of these outings is often a breeze for running enthusiasts. If you’re looking to get your heart rate up and your adrenaline pumping, you’ve come to the right place: I’m here to introduce you to Rome’s most scenic and demanding running routes. The Tiber River Rome tours often take tourists past the Tiber River for an excellent reason: it is one of the most stunning natural wonders that the city has to offer, and a visit here allows you to escape the hustle and bustle of the centre for a while. Th... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

11. The Culinary Contributions of Rome
August 17, 2017

A trip to Rome has plenty in store for the curious traveller: stunning sights, marvellous monuments and, most importantly, lots and lots of delectable food. Perhaps no country in the world is as well-known for its culinary traditions as Italy – and Rome is responsible for many of its gastronomic sensations. With this guide to the city’s specialties, you’ll know exactly what to expect when you sign up for gastronomic Rome tours on your holiday. Prego e buon appetito! Cheese Galore France, you’ve got competition: Italy is not only good at pasta and pizza, but also creates more deliciou... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

12. Everything You Need to Know About Milan's Duomo
August 15, 2017

At over 100,000 square feet, the Duomo in Milan is the fifth largest Christian church in the world. And of those which boast a larger surface area (including Rome’s St. Peter’s Basilica and New York’s St. John the Divine), it is easily the oldest. Construction on this stunning building actually began in the 14th Century, with the completed nave finally consecrated in 1418. But this was not the end of the story, as the whole structure was not actually completed until 1965, when a final gate was hung! The long construction time (more than 600 years) is something of a joke in Milan, wit... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

13. When in Rome, Drink Like the Romans
July 17, 2017

Visitors to the Eternal City are often faced with difficult choices when it comes to deciding what to leave on and off an itinerary with so much art, architecture and history on offer. But along with discovering the iconic treasures of this magnificent city, there is much pleasure to be found in exploring another very important Roman passion: the food and wine. While some Rome tours might cover this aspect to a certain degree, for those with a special interest it's not enough to simply pay lip service to the important contributions the city has made to Italian cuisine and the lasting lega... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

14. Meet the Ghosts of Rome's Pivotal Emperors
July 17, 2017

For those looking for a true immersion in the history of Rome, tours on foot are the best way of gaining an authentic perspective on the city's iconic landmarks. You'll encounter in person the architecture and monuments you know so well from photographs, and you’ll create lifelong memories of one of the most astounding cities in the world. Join an expert guide on one of the small group Rome tours and follow in the footsteps of the most powerful and influential leaders of the Roman Empire. The Ara Pacis: Augustus When Augustus (the first Emperor of Rome) returned to the city after an... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

15. The Fountains of Rome
July 17, 2017

In Ancient Rome, water was an enduring motif, symbolic of its life-giving properties, but also admired for its aesthetic value. Water features appeared in the grandest gardens of the Roman Empire, and many of the fountains that decorated the streets of Rome were considered masterpieces in their own right. The sculptors and architects responsible for the city's iconic fountains are among some of the most important artists and craftsmen of their time, and the detail and beauty of their works is extraordinary. Today, you can marvel at the most famous of these fountains on the best Rome tours... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

16. Vatican Highlights
June 28, 2017

If you’re heading to Rome it goes without saying that the Vatican City should play a key part in your itinerary. Headquarters of the Catholic Church and home to the Pope (as well as the incredible Vatican Museum) this wondrous city state in the heart of Rome will be sure to amaze. The Vatican Museum The centrepiece of your trip will likely be the Vatican Museum, one of Rome’s most iconic attractions. So extensive and opulent is the building and its surroundings that it is estimated to be worth approximately €15 billion in total, and houses around nine miles of art. Therefore if you’... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

17. The Gardens of Rome
June 19, 2017

For first-time visitors to Rome, the temptation to try and see and do everything is almost irresistible. Italy's capital is spilling over with more than 3,000 years of history, and from the priceless art of the Vatican City to the Pantheon and the mammoth ruins of the Colosseum and Forum, the city provides a truly mind-blowing cultural experience. But even the most admirable attempts to do justice to the many iconic landmarks on a Rome tour will benefit from a little down time. Exploring some of the lovely gardens and green spaces of the Eternal City not only offers a welcome respite, bu... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

18. Why Choose a Rome Tour?
June 19, 2017

In order to really travel and not merely 'pass through' a destination, discovering the authentic spirit of a place is a vital part of the experience. One way to achieve this is to seek out some of the lesser-known nuggets of history and culture and not simply rely on the rote narratives that are inevitably rolled out. When in Rome, yes, you guessed it, you should indeed do as the Romans do! Which is look beneath the surface of the well-known iconic landmarks to find out some of the more engaging facts of their history. How do you do this? We think the best way is to join a Rome tour. You... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

19. Our Favourite Spots in Rome
June 19, 2017

For anyone with a passion for archaeology, history and art, all roads must inevitably lead to Rome. The Eternal City is eternally fascinating to those with a desire to come face to face with the 3,000-year span of history that has shaped the world. The sheer size and scope of the culture of the Italian capital is best consumed in easily digestible chunks to reduce the risk of becoming overwhelmed. The ideal way to get a meaningful (and memorable) overview is to join a Rome tour, led by an experienced guide. While there are countless itineraries that can be enjoyed, one that includes the ... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

20. 5 of the Best Contemporary Art Spaces in Milan
June 13, 2017

From Rome to Naples, Italy’s great cities continue to impress travellers who want to delve into its cultural past. If, however, you’re interested in the contemporary scene, Milan is the place to be. While many tourists will be drawn to the classics – da Vinci’s The Last Supper and numerous works of Caravaggio come to mind – it’s definitely worth checking out the artistic landscape of today in the city. So I’ve put together this list of the five best contemporary art spaces in the city, so you can fully immerse yourself in Milan’s vibrant culture. And if you’re wondering about an easy and comfo... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

21. The Towers of San Gimignano
June 02, 2017

If you have the luxury of choosing from a range of Tuscany toursmake sure that the hilltop town of San Gimignano is firmly on the itinerary. The Towers of San Gimignano make this historic settlement impossible to miss, standing tall in the skyline as a fitting tribute to Tuscany’s magnificent architectural and artistic tradition. Ancient Origins The early history of San Gimignano is vibrant and steeped in legend. Folklore traces the foundation of the town back to 63BC when two patrician brothers, fleeing their implication in the Catiline conspiracy in Rome, set up shelter in Valdelsa... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

22. Travel Italy by Train: A Disabled-Friendly Itinerary
April 29, 2017

If you’ve dreamed of seeing the ancient wonders of Rome, the galleries of Florence or the canals of Venice but have been told they are not appropriate destinations for ‘disabled holidays’, then our train tour of Italy’s cultural cities is just what you need. Recent clients, for whom I put together an itinerary for a tour of the three cities by train, reported back that the fully accessible Italian train network made the journey wonderfully relaxing as they could sit comfortably and look at beautiful landscapes between cities. And our clients didn’t have to worry about the famous cobb... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

23. Roman Croatia: Must-See Classical Sites
January 31, 2017

Whilst Rome certainly is a terrific place to visit to see remains from the almighty Roman Empire, that is not to say that it is the only place. Rome’s was an Empire that reached every corner of Europe, leaving behind many classical amphitheatres, temples, forums and other great monuments. Many of these have been brilliantly preserved and provide us with a glimpse as to what life was like back in these times. In addition to this, you can enjoy these awe-inspiring sights without the huge crowds and lengthy queues that you inevitably face in Rome. One country where there is still plenty of ... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

24. Italy's Youngest Ever Premier Felled by Discontented Youth
December 06, 2016

Twenty-year-old Francesco Incorvaia, a sociology student from Rome, was just the kind of voter Matteo Renzi had spent years trying to win over. Italy's youngest ever prime minister had changed labor laws in a bid to reduce one of Europe's highest youth unemployment rates, handed cash to low earners and proposed constitutional amendments to streamline lawmaking and boost an ailing economy. But Incorvaia and millions of other young Italians walked into voting booths at a...... (read more)

25. Italy’s Renzi Quits After Losing Reforms Referendum
December 04, 2016

Italian Premier Matteo Renzi announced he will resign Monday after suffering a stinging loss in a reforms referendum, triggering immediate calls from a populist party and other opposition forces for elections to be held soon.   “The `No's' have won in an extraordinary clear-cut way,” Renzi told reporters in Rome about an hour after polls had closed in Sunday's balloting. “I lost and the post that gets eliminated is mine,” Renzi said. “The government's experience is...... (read more)

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