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  • Little Treasure just outside Rome Necropolis Della Banditiccia - Cerverti

    Here, I am not here, to talk about Rome, but it’s little nearby city of Cerveteri. It’s not the most talked about village in Italy, but it’s located just several kilometers from Rome, and you can get there from Roma-Termini train station in less than 40 minutes....

    0 by James, 5 months ago
  • Dimmi Tutto : Beyond The Walls.

    Loud honking horns, stifling air, gladiators in full plastic armour? Need a quick getaway from the hustle and bustle, of Rome proper? Well I understand, and I have an alternative. I have compiled some refreshing alternatives that are off the beaten path. We will begin...

    0 by James, 6 months ago
  • Adiamo: Road trip to Ombrie!

    Saturday October 14, 2017, 9:00am. Grogy this morning, a consequence of the eventful night before. But that's par for Erasmus, the Erasmus Storm? I knew it was coming, but couldn't predict it's ferocity, from the classroom, to bars, and night clubs, and the rush of...

    0 by James, 7 months ago
  • Spending 3 days in Rome

    I visited Rome in early spring for a couple of days, as part of my birthday present. Honestly, I wanted to visit Rome since I was a little kid and my interest in this city grew more when we were studying ancient history at school. Thus, I created a map and a detailed...

    0 by Alexandrina, 7 months ago
  • The magic of the plazas in Rome

    The magic of the plazas in Rome Hello everyone! Today we will continue on our Rome chapter. It's time for the famous "Piazze"'s of the Italian capital to have their turn. Aside from the most famous monuments in Rome, which could be the Colosseum, the Roman forum or the...

    0 by Emma, 9 months ago
  • Walking around in Rome

    Hello dear readers, this time around I'm going to take you on a roller coaster ride while giving you tips on how to spend a nice day in Rome. So this past Friday I went to Rome to take care of some business but I had more than half of the Day free to go around the city...

    0 by nahom, one year ago
  • Dimmi tutto: The best Gelaterias!

    No one can deny that Italian gastronomy is among the best in the world. And there is no question of the debate between France and Italy of who lists the best dishes (because we would risk the third world war). No, there is the matter of a topic that is not discussed: Il...

    0 by Chrys, one year ago
  • Dimmi tutto : The 5 commandments of the great classics

    Rome, an open-air museum, a paradise for those passionate about Antiquity, the 4th tourist destination in the world, the eternal city, the capital of the Empire, the center of the world! (uh... ok I'm getting carried away here). In tourist tradition, a good tourist...

    0 by Chrys, one year ago
  • Dimmi tutto : The small secrets of Rome

    I spent 1 year in Rome. 361 days and 7 hours, a resident of Rome to be exact. This gave me quite some time to get lost there and discover it's wonders. And beyond the Colosseum, the St. Peter's Basilica or the Pantheon (three architectural nuggets in passing), there...

    0 by Chrys, one year ago
  • Special places in Rome

    Where to go If you are coming to Rome there are some places you cannot miss! Rome is big and it has many interesting things to see and you don't really have to search a lot for something special. Anyway, there are some places which are not really known among tourists....

    0 by Ana Maria, one year ago
  • 10 Things to See in Rome, Don't Miss Number 7!

    Today I am returning to a country that has been a second home for me for quite a while now, we are flying to Italy! More specifically, we are going to Rome. What to see in Rome? What to do in Rome? How much time in Rome? How many days will it take? These are all...

    0 by Kate, one year ago
  • Rome

    Last December, I decided to pay a friend a visit, also an Erasmus student, in Rome. I don't know how I manage but I always arrive very late at night to the point where there are no more trains nor busses to make the trip from the airport to Termini Station. Furthermore,...

    0 by Chrys, one year ago
  • Seeing Rome as an Algerian

    A lost dream!I still remember all the good news i heard about Rome, big beautiful charming and welcoming, a capital of civilisation full of ancient roman history, hearing all that made me very excited to travel and be there, so the story goes back to the age of 15, i...

    0 by hammou, one year ago
  • An eternal love for an eternal city

    I've been to Rome eight times and I always want to go back. I feel like if I don't go to Rome at least once a year, that year is incomplete. It is true: we always leave pieces of our hearts wherever we go, and we always go back to the places that took us the biggest...

    0 by Gillian, one year ago
  • Howl’s Moving Control Tower

         The arrival   Here is the story of a Frenchman, who decided after proudly obtaining an undergrad at the architecture school of Versailles, to go study in Rome. And who says Erasmus in Rome, says holid… says a lot of hard work to understand the town, its...

    0 by Vincent, one year ago
  • Cityguide Rome

    Rome is a very nice city with a lot of history. In this article I want to give a couple of reasons why you should absolutely visit Rome once in your life. I have been to Rome with a friend once. I had been studying Italian for a couple of months so it was a great...

    0 by Mandy, 2 years ago
  • Questions

    Thursday May 10, 2018 5:25 Pm Critelli Campus, Rome             Currently sitting with Giulia at John Cabot. So far Italy has been a life changing experience. I’ve met someone who I can consider a best friend and lover, lived with and made friends with some...

    0 by Heyward, 2 years ago
  • Trip to Rome

    This was inevitable during my year as an Erasmus in Milan: I had to go and visit Rome, Roma in Italian, the capital city of Italy. I was so excited to go because Rome was the other city (apart from Milan) where I could choose to go to spend my Erasmus year, so I really...

    0 by Aurélie, 2 years ago
  • Aperitivos in Rome: What they are and where to eat them

    In this blog I'm going to talk a little bit about the Italian aperitif culture (what it is, how it's made and when to eat it). I'll also give you some advice about where to go in Rome, and it's province... basically, the places that I consider to be the best, and the...

    0 by Sarah, 2 years ago
  • Awe Inspiring Rome #7

    This piece starts off right after the ‘Florentine Experience #6 (Day 2)’ ending. I had boarded my busy train heading towards Rome. Train travel in Europe is pretty developed. I would highly recommend you take this form of travel over buses if you find yourself on an...

    0 by Michael, 2 years ago

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