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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Venice Random Facts

This Venice Entry Courtesy of Venice is such a mysterious and unique city in Italy.  It’s built completely on water and there isn’t any car traffic, so all you hear is the pitter-patter of footsteps. Here are some other things that make Venice so special and worthy of a visit: Acqua alta, or high […]

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Ristorante Pizzaria Zi’Ntonio, Sorrento, Italy

 The Amazing Zi’Ntonio Restaurant Pizzeria Located in the heart of Sorrento, close to Piazza Tasso, the Restaurant Pizzeria Zi’Ntonio is the ideal destination for those in search of good food. Marian and Michael will be happy to welcome you into their room where you can dine by candlelight and enjoy a warm family atmosphere, enhanced […]

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Brown Bears Protected in Italy

Brown bears being protected in Italy may sound strange, but it is true. Here’s what happened… Several years ago brown bears were attacking animals on farms and being killed. Because of the human presence, there are now no more than 70 individuals. These few brown bears are protected by strong laws.

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Naumachia Roma – Amazing Restaurant

This wonderful place was recommended to me by some friends that live in Rome. After going there for my first time, I went back 3 more times in the same week. Not only was the food absolutely amazing the dessert was to die for. There are days when all I want in the world is […]

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Picture of the Week: Santa Croce Church at night

Santa Croce Church in Florence, Italy is a 14th Century Franciscan Church. It was built by Arnolfo di Cambio and frescoed by Giotto. It is decorated with amazing and precious arts as well as holding the tombs of great Florentines like Michelangelo and Galileo. This amazing Church is mere steps from the Bed and Breakfast […]

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