Friday, June 22, 2018
One of Rome's most notorious “Rioni” (aka neighborhoods), Trastevere is a must to visit and enjoy a part of Rome you’ll only get in this little slice of the city. An extremely rich history goes...
Ok. Enough about Florence, you’re here and now you bought your cheap wine, you ate all the good panini and you’ve been having a blast going left and right from piazza to piazza enjoying your...
So here it comes, a little selection of events that are happening in Rome in the next months, so you don't need to go nuts on all those Italian websites that promise an English version...
So you have completely abandoned yourself to the delights of “La dolce vita” ? At first it was one extra glass of Chianti, the pastries and the gelato ..and now.. all of a sudden- you...
The first time I saw a marinara pizza in Florence, I assumed the restaurant had made a mistake. A pizza with no cheese seemed wrong, almost sinful. But after rereading the menu and seeing that the...
Europe maybe half the size of North America but it has twice the number of countries, each with its own history, culture and language. This means there’s a lot to fit into any trip to Europe. We are here to help guide you through the overwhelming information and take you to the best places which make up this wonderful continent.
If you come to Italy there are some things you just have to do, foods to try, and places to see. There are 50 UNESCO protected sites here, that’s more than any other country in the world. So where do you start? Don’t worry we are here to help you with a simple guide to make your visit a truly unforgettable one.
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Studying abroad in Italy can bring on the frustrating moments, like, "Ugh, I wish I would have brought that with me." or "Ugh, I miss being able to do ." It can be tough (not that...
For my fall break during study abroad in Italy at FUA (Florence University of the Arts), I decided to plan a trip to Amsterdam, Paris, and Barcelona with my friends. This time we weren't using...
"It is good to have an end to journey toward; but it is the journey that matters, in the end." ~ Ernest HemingwayThere are millions of reasons to travel but I find one of the...