Tag Archives: Rome

Activities in Rome: relaxing in the Roman countryside

Activities in Rome: relaxing in the Roman countryside
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It is very unlikely that anyone ever gets bored while visiting Rome. However, it can happen that with all the dazzling array of spectacular palaces, monuments, museum, galleries and endless activities in Rome you might feel like something different, more quiet and relaxing. I bet not many of you know that a third of the […]

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Rome to Florence: Est! Est! Est !

Rome to Florence: Est! Est! Est !
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A pit stop in Montefiascone accompanied by a tasting of its famous white wine Est! Est! Est! is one of the tours suggested by Road to Italy. This short visit is ideal whether you are travelling from Rome to Florence by car or you find yourself in Rome and are looking to go on a […]

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What to see in Rome: Palazzo Barberini one of the Great Beauty sets

What to see in Rome: Palazzo Barberini one of the Great Beauty sets
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The answer  what to see in Rome ?  has never been easy, because what makes Rome so special is its variety of places, museums and churches worth visiting. Only few cities in the world can offer such a great richness. Some of the most famous monuments can be easily seen walking in the city center. Others equally […]

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Infographics: Italy Vacations

Infographics: Italy Vacations
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The season 2012 – 2013 is just ended and as every year it is very important to analyze the market trends to understand how we can offer a product that suits the demands of our consumers. Travel from the North American market has seen fluctuations due to a mix of global political and economic instability […]

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Tuscany Jewish community: Pitigliano, Sorano and Sovana.

Tuscany Jewish community: Pitigliano, Sorano and Sovana.
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In the southern part of Tuscany, at just one and half hour drive from Rome you will find three of the most beautiful medieval towns of Italy: Pitigliano, Sorano and Sovana, They all are villages of ancient origins rich in art and culture, built in tuff stone carved by the same hills on which they […]

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