FAQ: What Airport Should I Fly Into?

There are many airports in Italy, both international and local. Which airport you fly into really depends on your travel itinerary and budget. It can be more expensive to fly into smaller, local airports, but sometimes that can afford you more time in your dream destination. We’ve selected just a few of the most popular […]

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The History of the Colosseum

The general who became a slave. The slave who became a gladiator. The gladiator who defied an emperor. Striking story! But now, the people want to know how the story ends. Only a famous death will do. And what could be more glorious than to challenge the Emperor himself in the great arena? (The Gladiator, […]

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This Week in Italy: Tocatì and the Feast of San Gennaro

This weekend Italy is hosting two important traditional festivals: Tocatì, the Festival Internazionale dei Giochi in Strada and the Festa de San Gennaro. Both festivals provide an intimate and unique perspective on Italian culture and history, plus good music and good eats! Tocatì Verona | September 17th-20th, 2015 In Italian, Tocatì means “it’s your turn,” […]

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How To: Take the Bus in Italy

City bus systems can be a financial lifesaver; they are far more economical than taxis if you are trying to get around the city without walking. They also provide a unique perspective, and allow you to see the city in a different way (sometimes we like to just ride them and see where we end […]

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FAQ: Is there a dress code for churches in Italy?

Italy is the home of the Vatican. St. Peter’s Basilica, the Sistine Chapel, and then there’s the Duomo di Siena, the Florence Duomo, and Duomo di Milano.  There are more than 900 churches in the city of Rome alone! The churches of Italy are beautiful architectural masterpieces. They make great destinations for spiritual travelers, as […]

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Travel Rome Live Seminar

King County Library System Presents: Travel Rome Are you going to Rome, taly and want to know the best places visit, when to go, how to skip the lines, how to get around the city and more? Take a virtual guided tour with Kerri Wood of Adventure On Travel at this free seminar that will […]

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Roma Italia – Piazza del Popolo

Piazza del Popolo

This fun square is located Rome, Italy at the end of Via del Corso and below Borghese gallery and gardens. The twin churches pictured below are Santa Maria dei Miracoli and Santa Maria in Montesanto. You can find street performers, artists, tourists and some italian families hanging out enjoying this beautiful place. We visit this amazing place on every one of our Rome tours and it’s a for every trip to Roma Italia! Our next tour of Rome is this fall and is filling fast! Come join us.

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Rome Random Facts

Rome, the Eternal City, is a city unlike any other in the world. Here are a few random facts about this amazing city!  Enjoy and Share! Decorated by 4,000 deceased monks The Capuchin Crypt in Rome consists of five chapels and a corridor 60 meters long. c The abbreviation SPQR can be found on many […]

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