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Sistine Chapel… closer than it has ever been before

If you’re in Rome from now until 31st May 2018 and you would like to experience something completely new and overwhelming, you cannot miss the Last Judgment Show. This 3D experience was created with the scientific supervision of the Vatican Museums and it’s something original, innovative, first time available to the general public. The use…

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There is more than just the Vatican Museums!

Many people come to Rome and rush to see the Colosseum, Roman Forum, line up for the Vatican for hours… You can make your Roman holiday much more enjoyable and stress-free if you book your Vatican City tour and get more of your visit to the Sistine Chapel or you get a guided tour of…

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Rome City Marathon 2018

The countdown has started: in less than one month the marathon runners will gather in Rome. This year the Rome Marathon will take place on Sunday 8th April. The runners will follow an itinerary that was traced among the most beautiful parts of Rome. The start line will be near the Colosseum, between Roman Forum…

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Sistine Chapel only for you!

The Vatican Museum is one of the most visited places in the World. During the high season, between 30 thousand to 40 thousand people enter the Vatican every day. However, everybody is trying to tolerate the crowd, the heat and the stress just to see the Sistine Chapel. During the guided tours of the Vatican…

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Have you written a postcard lately?

As a tour-operator we get a feedback from our clients through Tripadvisor, Facebook, email, Whatsapp etc. However, it happens sometimes that we get a postcard from clients who had a nice experience with us and would like to say “thank you” for the service we offered them. It’s a heart-warming moment when we open the…

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Who was Giordano Bruno?

In 1600 the 17th February was Ash Wednesday and on this day Giordano Bruno was burned at the stake. He was a Dominican friar, mathematician, poet and philosopher. Born in Nola (near Napoli) and died in Rome in 1600. During his life, his studies and research were focused on history, philosophy, theology, astronomy and mathematics…

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Are you sure you know all these things about Palermo?

You have heard about Palermo many and many times, but you probably don’t know that the city is so peculiar in much more aspects that you can even think of. Palermo is known for its long history, peculiar variegated culture, diversified architecture, and Mediterranean unique cuisine. Over the centuries it has been playing an important…

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When is the best time to visit the Vatican?

If you’re planning a visit to the Vatican Museums and Sistine Chapel and you have few days available, here is short “guide” for the best day to organize your Vatican City tour. Whether you are going to join one of the so-called “Vatican tour skip the line” or you decide to go on your own,…

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Monet is in Rome! 19th Oct 2017- 11th Feb 2018

From 19th October 2017 until 11th February 2018 Rome will host the exhibition of the best Monet artworks. The visitors will have the pleasure to admire 60 works of the father of the Impressionism. The collection belongs to the Musée Marmottan Monet, Paris and it has been organized by Gruppo Arthemisia. These masterpieces were the personal…

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The first European PGI chocolate might be Italian!!!

If you say Sicily you can think of beautiful island in Italy, surrounded by clear blue sea, fantastic beaches, great food. You will also remember huge archaeological sites, history and culture of this unique place. And don’t forget the Etna volcano, still active and smoking. However, these things are not the only uniqueness of Sicily.…

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Ciampino Airport gets connected with the City Centre of Rome

When you are visiting a city for the first time it can be very confusing to organize an affordable transport from the airport. Fiumicino airport in Rome is easily connected to the city centre by a train that departs every 20 minutes. However, many low-cost airlines are landing to the Ciampino airport and the connection…

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Rome by Night!!

If you think Rome by day is amazing, Rome by night transforms info a magical city.   The lights, the energy and the sights of people sitting outside at cafes and restaurants enjoying the Eternal City!  You will often find live music and entertainment in the Piazzas and Squares.     The Pantheon     Trevi…

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Skip the Line, don’t get stuck in the heat!

Baby it’s hot outside but our guests are still smiling!!   Paola, our guide, is heading out with our guests from four different countries today, it’s literally a “Melting Pot” out here!!!!   Join one of our “Skip the Line” tours and spend your time seeing the sites, not waiting in the heat in line!!!

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The smallest country in the world!

With just 110 acres of land area and approximately 1,000 citizens,  Vatican City is the world’s smallest country.  The city mints its own euros, has its own army, issues passports to its citizens and has a flag of its own too!  There are no border controls or security checks to enter the city and it…

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Strawberry Festival In Nemi

No fruit screams summer quite like the strawberry.  Nemi, a quaint town in the beautiful Castelli Romani region 30 kilometers south of Rome, holds an annual festival in honor of these juicy, refreshing heart-shaped berries. Every year since 1922, Nemi residents have dedicated the first Sunday of June to strawberry celebration.  Strawberry streamers float over…

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The city built in caves!

Matera has gained international fame for its ancient town, the “Sassi di Matera”.   The Sassi, or caves,  originated in a prehistoric settlement, and these dwellings are thought to be among the first ever human settlements in what is now Italy.   The Sassi are habitations dug into the calcereous rock itself, which is characteristic of the…

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The Sunflowers are coming!!!

One reason many people travel to Italy is to see the beautiful fields of endless sunflowers.  Catching them at the right time of year can be tricky, as it changes every year due to weather conditions and the rules of the crop rotation.  At the beginning of June, the first sunflowers start to appear, but…

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Hands emerge out of the waters in Venice!!

When you think of Venice, you probably think of its gondolas, canals, and historic bridges—but visitors will now also be greeted by another, albeit temporary, reminder of the city’s intimate relationship with water: a giant pair of hands reaching out of the Grand Canal and appearing to support the walls of the historic Ca’ Sagredo…

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