Don't jump to say you dislike ice-cream until you've been to Roman gelateria—these recipes have lived through centuries
Did you know that ancient Rome was built on seven hills? One of them has a secret to be discovered
Rome's streets become even more romantic when houses are covered by vibrant bougainvillea in bloom
Have you ever tried zucchini flowers? Romans first stuff them with cheese and anchovies and then fry them!
Ever dream of riding like the wind with an Italian beau or belle? The teenage dream can come true!
A glass of white Frascati wine will turn you back two thousand years
When in Rome no need to fret that the Mediterranean is too far as there are still a few decent seaside resorts nearby
If you don't like coffee and a croissant for breakfast you might starve in Rome
Romans cook these sweet, acidic, and pectin-rich tomatoes rather than eat them raw, but you are welcome to do as you please!
Don't hesitate to try Rome's world-famous pasta. Bucatini all’amatriciana, spaghetti alla carbonara, tagliatelle cacio e pepe—these are a must!
This spectacle of parades, fireworks, open museums, and exclusive natural illumination happens just once a year during Rome's birthday party
Heard a lot about Rome's beautiful architecture? This city's Baroque masterpieces look especially charming during winter sunsets
A great complement to Italian pizza, pasta, and Easter food. Try artichokes prepared in both Jewish and authentic Roman styles
Rome's famous piazzas turn into open-air theatres, that amuse visitors with masks, costumes, and comedy
When on the lookout for something sweet, help yourself to a slice of chestnut cake
When the question is where to travel for Easter, the cradle of Christianity is certainly a top destination!
Rome hosts one of world's most scenic marathons
Rome is considerably more purple during wisteria blooming season
Have you ever received a present from La Befana? Keep an eye out for the Italian female equivalent of Santa Claus!
Fond of roses? Check out endless rows of these flowery shrubs along the Roseto Comunale park
This salad is a truly Roman dish and can be found only in a few settlements in southern Italy
A few millions of birds over the city—a fanciful natural phenomenon to observe, and also a poopocalypse for the city's utility services
The funeral altar of Julius Caesar, the Arc of Titus, and other ancient temple ruins—all grand monuments, surrounded by bright red flowers
You make know Easter bread and Italian panettone but how about trying dove cake or a rustic pizza?
A part of Rome's dark history lies deep underground in its catacombs and crypts
Mushrooms make for a unique taste and perfectly complement the rice in this dish