Elettrico, fortemente innovativo, attento al territorio e dallo spiccato contenuto social: sono le quattro caratteristiche principali di #EViaggioItaliano, un tour tra le eccellenze regionali ideato per il rilancio del turismo nazionale che mette insieme natura, cultura, enogastronomia ed alta tecnologia e vedrà la sua prima tappa in Campania dal 4...

Although of very ancient origins, the city of Viterbo became a real urban center in the Etruscan era. The Etruscan name of the city, Surina, was due to the presence, according to their beliefs, of the God Suri. The city soon expanded until the Roman period when it took the name of Sorrina Nova, becoming an important Latin center. With the fall of t...

If we told you of a snowfall in Rome in August, we bet you'd have a hard time believing it, as it is certainly not common to see snow in August in Italy, usually the hottest month of the year. This unlikely event is said to have happened once, and, since then, every year it is recalled with gimmicks that bring “snow” back to one of the most famous...

Tarquinia lies about 100 km (60 miles) north of Rome and is an easy day trip by car, train, or bus. This classic Italian hill town sits perched near the coast of the Tyrrhenian Sea. From its highest points, there are sweeping vistas of green hills, the flat expanse of the coastline, and the island of Corsica as a rugged outline on the horizon. Tarq...

Rome's blockbuster dedicated to Raphael on the 500th anniversary of his death has been met with such demand from the public that organisers have taken the unprecedented decision to open the exhibition around the clock. The sell-out show, which had the misfortune to open just days before Italy shut all museums and went into lockdown due to the covid...

Summer brings along whit it the urge to escape the heatwave in the city. Cool off with a swim in the sea becomes almost all you can think about. Those looking for a seaside destination in Lazio will be satisfied. No matter if your priority is fun or relax, beaches and sea of the Tyrrhenian are waiting for you! Anzio is a seaside town of Lazio close...

Although books often transport readers to another world, they are frequently inspired by real-life locations. All great ideas stem from somewhere, and many authors spend months studying to determine the perfect location that inspires a successful and captivating novel. As a result, OnBuy.com located the destinations that birthed the world most popu...

The University of Arkansas Rome Center is offering virtual international internships beginning in the fall semester. Students have the opportunity to work with an Italian organization for the second 8-week term, gaining experience in a variety of study areas or interests. Internships are available to students in any degree program and will begin th...

Rome's Fiumicino and Ciampino are the first airports in the European Union to receive the Airport Health Accreditation for the fight against the spread of covid-19 from the Airports Council International (ACI). The capital's two airports have been held up as an example of best practice for the entire air transport sector to follow, thanks to the re...

Giulio Glorioso is one of the most famous Italian athletes of the 50s and 60s. He was an Italian baseball player born in Udine in the region Friuli Venezia Giulia in 1931 (he died in Rome in 2015), and became a baseball legend in Italy, where this sport so loved in the United States has never been as successful as football, volleyball and basketbal...