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Easter in Rome

Easter in Rome: Tips on How to Spend Perfect Holiday

The days surrounding the weekend of Easter have a special place in the hearts of Rome’s citizens. Of course, the presence of the nearby Vatican City makes the experience even more special. Known as Holy Week, the celebrations kick off the Sunday before Easter in Rome on Palm Sunday and continue through to Easter Monday. [...]

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Weather in Rome in May

Rome Weather in May: Perfect Things to Do in Spring

It is really starting to heat up in Rome as we move through the spring towards the summer. May is a lovely time to visit, just on the cusp of becoming too hot. The city is well and truly alive, gelato is an acceptable treat, and the buzz will get you fired up for exploring. [...]

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Vatican dress code rules

Dress Code for Vatican City: What Tourists need to know

Visiting the Vatican City is a dream for many. Walking the corridors of the Vatican Museums, catching finally that glimpse of the Sistine Chapel. Maybe you’ll even see the Pope! For many visitors, the Vatican is a holy place, and it is true that there are some areas of the city state that have special [...]

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Rome monuments and landmarks

Famous Rome Monuments & Landmarks you Need to Visit

The monuments of ancient Rome are the subject of study the world over! With over 50 major Roman landmarks to be explored in the city, you’ll be spoiled for choice! Visit these beauties and you will feel connected to an empire that stretched through Europe to Africa and western Asia. Read this article in conjunction [...]

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Rome weather in April

April in Rome Weather & Travel Tips for Perfect Experience

Spring in Rome! Oh it is magical! The winter is long behind you and there is a stretch to the days. It’s warm enough to sit out in the evening, and you can expect a buzz returning to the city after winter. On the flip side, lots of other people know this! Rome in April [...]

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Best Roman ruins

Best Preserved Roman Ruins: Top 11 Must See Ruins of Rome

There are ancient Roman ruins dotted all around Europe, but nowhere are they so spectacular as in the capital city itself. From old villas, temples and columns to tiny little pieces of pottery from an age gone by, Rome is fascinating. Let’s take you on a tour of the must see sites, so that you [...]

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Capitoline Museum in Rome

Capitoline Museum in Rome: Entrance Fee & Famous Rooftop Cafe

Consisting of three buildings surrounding the Piazza del Campidoglio, a visit to the museums will open your eyes to an extensive collection of artefacts and art. Dating back to the 15th century, the works include statues, coins, Roman historical pieces, and much more. You can get all you need to know about the Capitoline Museums [...]

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Weather in Rome in spring

Rome Weather March: What to Pack for Rome in March & much more

March is a brilliant time during which to visit Rome! The city is awakening from its winter slumber, and signs of spring are everywhere. But, it is not completely packed yet with tourists and day visitors. You can expect to have the best of both worlds - better weather and a bit more life about [...]

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All about Jewish Ghetto Rome

All about Jewish Ghetto Rome: History, Restaurants & Hotels

The Jewish Ghetto in Rome was established in 1555 in Rione XI - Sant'Angelo. There was a very long established presence of Jews in Rome, dating to before Christ. In 1555, Pope Paul IV issued a Papal degree, essentially stripping the Jewish community of many of their rights. Overnight, Jews lost their religious and economic [...]

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Facts about Rome Spanish Steps

Facts about Rome Spanish Steps + Best Hotels & Restaurants

The Spanish Steps are one of Rome’s most iconic attractions - and the best part about it is they are free to visit. Learn all you need to know about the history of the Spanish Steps, Italy. Check out some interesting facts, and learn all about what makes this attraction so popular. What are the [...]

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