Category Archives: Italy Museums

Barracco Museum in Rome | Rome Off the Beaten Path Attractions

Just off Camp de Fiori in the heart Rome an enchanting Renaissance palace designed by Antonio da Sangallo the Younger between 1516 and 1523 houses the little known Barracco Museum and its fine collection of priceless ancient sculptures. The Museo Barracco located in the Farnesina Palace on the Street of the trunk makers features a… Read More »

Travel to Rome | Walking Tour of Rome | Visit Rome Off the Beaten Path

Rome’s rich archeological, artistic and cultural heritage are so outstanding that the city’s historic center has been designated World Heritage Site by UNESCO. If you have already been to Rome you have probably visited the Colosseum, the Roman Forum and the Vatican Museums. When in Rome what to see the Second time in the Eternal… Read More »

Travel to Italy | Tour Rome in 48 Hours

Downtown Rome, The Vittoriano Monument (The wedding Cake) When in Rome: Top 10 Sights to enjoy Rome in 48 Hours! Everybody knows the Eternal City is the world’s biggest open air museum. Rome’s history spans over two and half thousand years, and the Historic Centre of Rome is listed by UNESCO as a World Heritage… Read More »

First 5 things that spring to mind when you think about Italy?

ROME  PASTA  SHOES  ART  PAVAROTTI Rome is the capital of Italy and one of the world’s greatest historic cities. For hundreds of years, Rome was the supreme power of Europe, northern Africa, and western Asia. Rome lies on the banks of the Tiber river in central Italy. Ancient Rome was built on seven hills. Today… Read More »