American Airlines has doubled next summer's Dallas Fort Worth to Rome Fiumicino flights from 1 daily to 2 daily. While it'll be for the peak season only, but it'll be first time the 5,614-mile (9,034km) route, which started in May 2017, has had 2 daily flights. It means that American will serve the Italian capital up to 7 daily next summer, its hig...

Newly elected President Massimo Cicatiello, who has held top positions in the AdnKronos Editorial Group for many years and is President of Unindustria's Publishing, Information and Audiovisual Section, was unanimously elected, proposing a structured program based on a well-defined vision of the enhancement of relations between Italy and the United...

In Italy the month of December is ideal for visiting big cities such as the capital because the Christmas in Rome are something unique and magical. In fact on this occasion the city becomes an outdoor workshop with light markets and decorations that immerse visitors in a magical atmosphere. Here you will have the opportunity to discover what are th...

Tutte le strade portano a Roma, “All roads lead to Rome,” is a famous saying based on historical and archaeological facts: when our glorious ancestors built roads across their Empire, they all converged on one point, the Eternal City. Via Cassia, Via Aurelia, Via Salaria, Via Appia, these are only some of the names of the many routes the Romans cre...

With the state of global politics becoming more uncertain, examining the forces that influence policymaking and actions is more important than ever. Students of Political Science are primarily interested in understanding the role of power, material and other interests, and political institutions in our society today.  At John Cabot University, our ...

The new Orient Express ‘La Dolce Vita’ luxury train is set to take passengers across Italy from 2024, with the first pre-bookings available from 6 December. The five-star service, run by the Accor group with the support of Trenitalia, will travel between the north and south of Italy along six exclusive itineraries. The various routes will take visi...

The 2022 edition of 100 Presepi, Rome's international nativity crib exhibition, takes place under the colonnade in St Peter's Square until 8 January. The annual exhibition was founded in 1976 and each year it hosts more than 100 Nativity scenes from Italy and other countries around the world. In addition to contemporary reproductions of traditional...

Rome marks the Feast of the Immaculate Conception on Thursday 8 December - a Catholic holy day and a national public holiday in Italy - with a series of traditions and special events. Pope Francis will pay homage to the Virgin Mary by making a pilgrimage to Piazza Mignanelli near the Spanish Steps at 16.00. In a tradition dating back to 1958, the p...

Italy's capital has been named the best place on the Continent for a festive break. When most people think of Rome, the first images that come to mind are probably of the Colosseum or Forum in the high Italian summer.  While the historical city is the perfect place to visit for fans of drinking spritzes outside late into the summer's evening, it's...

During World War II, the Allied push to rid the Nazis from the peninsula began with the invasion of Sicily in 1943. This was followed with the long, yet successful campaigns of Naples and then finally in 1944 with the beach head landing on Anzio beach. Nearby is the town of Nettuno, only 35 kilometers from Rome. This city would play an important ro...