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19 January 2020 Sunday 11:12
First Rome Starbucks to Open in 2020

It is happening. The first Rome Starbucks is set to open in 2020 in Prati, very close to Vatican City.  There have been rumors of Starbucks coming to Rome for many years, but the brand shied away from opening cafes in Italy until finally taking the plunge with its first-ever Italian Starbucks in Milan in [...]

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16 January 2020 Thursday 07:32
The Complete Guide to Rome’s Ciampino Airport

Rome has two airports: Fiumicino and Ciampino. Fiumicino, also sometimes known as Leonardo Da Vinci Airport, is the main international airport and is much busier compared to smaller Ciampino Airport. Ciampino Airport in Rome is not a glamorous flying experience (it is usually used only by low-cost carriers) but its compact size can have its [...]

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13 January 2020 Monday 14:10
Best Pasta in Rome: 9 Dishes and Where to Eat Them

It is impossible to talk about food in Italy without talking about pasta. There is dried pasta, and fresh pasta, in hundred of shapes with a range of toppings. So where, exactly do you find the best pasta in Rome? That depends on what pasta dish you want to eat. There are four classic Roman [...]

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9 January 2020 Thursday 09:39
Impressionisti Segreti: Secret Impressionists Exhibit in Rome

One of the best art shows that I have seen in Rome in recent memory is the Impressionisti Segreti exhibit that is now on show at the recently restored Palazzo Bonaparte. The “secret impressionists” show features more than 50 works by artists including Renoir, Monet, Gaugin, and Cézanne. There are also some fantastic pieces by [...]

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7 January 2020 Tuesday 15:06
Public Holidays in Italy

Every year, Italy celebrates 12 official public holidays. These days of rest and celebration range from national days to religious holidays which are widely observed by a majority of the public.  During public holidays in Italy, institutions like schools and post offices will be closed. Most private businesses also close on these official national holidays [...]

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5 January 2020 Sunday 16:32
Scuola del Cuoio: Florence Leather School

Florence is a city that is absolutely renowned for its leather tradition. If you are searching for a Made in Italy handbag or leather jacket to take home, Firenze is the place to get it. However, this fame for leather means that you will find shops peddling counterfeit or imported goods in every corner of [...]

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5 January 2020 Sunday 14:12
Complete Guide to the Florence Train Station (SM Novella)

If you are traveling between Rome and Florence by train (or using Florence as a base to explore any other parts of Italy by train), you are going to be spending time at the main Florence train station. Known as Firenze Santa Maria Novella, the station is located within an easy walk of the center [...]

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5 January 2020 Sunday 12:04
Rome to Florence by Train

One of the best ways to travel between Rome and Florence is by train. With a high-speed rail connection, the train trip between the two Italian cities is fast and affordable. Not only can you avoid the stress of driving, but you will also likely save money and be able to take in the scenery [...]

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2 January 2020 Thursday 14:34
January 2020 Events in Rome

2020! I moved to Rome in 2010, so it is a bit crazy to see this number on the calendar. It is also how crazy how insanely busy Rome is at the beginning of January. The sunny winter weather has brought the crowds while they hit the streets of Rome to enjoy the final days [...]

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1 January 2020 Wednesday 13:28
Good Luck Sayings and Symbols in Italy

When it comes to superstitions to ward off bad luck and bring all the good luck, Italians are a pretty creative bunch. There are charms, hand gestures, sayings and actions that are all intended to bring good luck in Italy. Many of the superstitions come from the south, but you can find good luck symbols [...]

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