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Where fashion meets architecture in the eternal city.

Romans celebrate Carnevale, particularly the week leading up to Ash Wednesday, with delicious seasonal delicacies that are a tradition you must try:

Born to famous artist Orazio Gentileschi in 1593, and contemporary of Caravaggio, Artemisia was no stranger to the Italian and European art scene.

Until the 4th of September 2016 the largest exhibition of works created by the artist known as Banksy will be on display in Rome.

The Vatican with its integral location in the heart of Rome plays a significant role in the city’s overall culture. Italians and visitors alike when visiting the Eternal City make it a point to visit St Peter’s Basilica as well as the Vatican Museum.
For a truly unique Roman experience while visiting is to attend a Papal Audience.


Rome, with a history spanning many thousands of years, has gathered a multitude of stories, myths, and legends that have been told so many times they have become a part of the culture and popular tradition over time. With Halloween fast approaching, we want to explore a few of the most famous cases of ghostly appearances that have occurred throughout the history of Rome.