It should be said that in Rome, history is not the only eternal thing. Roman culinary tradition goes through many centuries and can tells us a lot about its city and its people. An what we find out, when we take a walk in the town center, is that Romans are obsessed with food! But what does Roman street food look like? We have selected for you the...

First America, then Rome. Italy of golf is preparing to take up the baton from the United States. After the Ryder Cup in Wisconsin (24-26 September, one week left), the super biennial challenge of the "green" between Europe and the USA will be played, in 2023, at the Marco Simone Golf & Country Club in Guidonia Montecelio (Rome), for the first time...

In Rome, the rebirth of the art circuit is coming back in an attempt to leave the pandemic behind. In the Montesacro district, there is a museum dedicated to the union of art and music which, in the style of the Renaissance Wunderkammer, immerses people in an atmosphere that makes them travel outside of time. With the particularity, however, that a...

Enrollment is now open for the second year of 42 Roma Luiss, the coding school, based on a learning by doing model, supported by Luiss and Riccardo Zacconi, the inventor of Candy Crush, based on the French model of École 42. There are no professors, zero lectures, no classes: yet it's a revolutionary coding school, where students learn on the job....

It is no surprise that Italy is one of the most coveted destinations by tourists and this is related to a variety of factors. We have tourism related to art, history, food, nature and religion.  Afterall, it is hard to deny that the strong presence of the Holy See in Italy is the reason behind the long pilgrimages toward sanctuaries and churches th...

The famed Seven Hills of Rome – i Sette Colli di Roma – Palatine, Aventine, Caelian, Capitoline, Esquiline, Quirinal, and Viminal have loomed over The Eternal city ever since its existence. Though the city now contains more than seven hills, (like The Janiculum, for example), these seven were the ones all contained within The Servian Walls, which w...

The Barberini family, an aristocratic Italian dynasty, attained enormous riches, power and influence in 17th-century Rome, peaking with the election of Cardinal Maffeo Barberini as Pope Urban VIII in 1623. The two-decade long pontificate of the new Barberini pope - a passionate patron of the arts - was marked by ecclesiastical, diplomatic and cultu...

If you’re looking for a really original way to get to know Rome, if you want to discover the secret of the dreamy atmosphere that makes it so truly unique and inimitable, try a trip on Tramjazz.The Stanga 1947 model isn’t just any old tram; it’s a legendary vehicle, the first “bendy-tram” in the capital, the jewel of the historical collection of AT...

The Rape of Proserpina is a masterpiece by the great Italian sculptor Gian Lorenzo Bernini, on view inside Rome’s Borghese Gallery.  It was commissioned by cardinal Scipione Borghese, a patron of the arts, and executed between 1621 and 1622. Bernini was only 23 years old when he executed the sculpture.   The subject of the sculpture is taken from O...

Roman cuisine is as iconic as the city it was born in, with many of its most typical dishes having become integral part of our national food tradition, from carbonara to pasta alla gricia, all the way to deliciously cheesy supplì and decadent carciofi alla giudia, artichokes  fried in plenty of extra virgin olive oil, twice.  The name itself of thi...