Category Archives: Rome Travel Tips

Tour Rome Golden Treasures Exhibition | Rome Art Exhibitions of 2011

Rome visitors in 2011 will enjoy a great deal of art exhibitions ranging from Van Gogh to contemporary art, from Palazzo Farnese Renaissance art to futurist artist Pablo Echaurren via Teotihuacan City of Gods at the Palazzo delle Esposizioni and the amazing Golden treasures from Romania’s Museums at the Imperial Forum museum. 2011 is going… Read More »

Tour Rome Contemporary Art Exhibitions | Rome Art Exhibitions of 2011

Rome offers art lovers visiting Rome in 2011 a remarkable list of art exhibitions ranging from Van Gogh to Italian contemporary artists, from Palazzo Farnese Renaissance art to futurist artist Pablo Echaurren via Teotihuacan City of Gods at the Palazzo delle Esposizioni and the Golden treasures from Dacia on loan from the Romanian History Museums… Read More »

Farnese Palace Exhibition in Rome | Winter in Rome

As 2010 draws to an end and 2011 begins Rome offers art lovers visiting Rome this winter an exceptional array of exhibitions ranging from Van Gogh to Italian contemporary artists, from Palazzo Farnese Renaissance art to Pablo Echaurren via the City of Gods and the Golden treasures from the National History Museum in Bucharest and… Read More »

Traditional Rome Restaurants and Trattoria | Quality Rome Restaurants | Tour Rome Like a Local

“What’s your favorite Italian restaurant in Rome?” I am asked often by friends and guests looking for the ultimate food experience in Rome. There are several restaurants in Rome that have been serving traditional Roman recipes for generations caring about their customers and seasonal ingredients rather than blindly following food critics and trends. Most of… Read More »

Tour Italy Bomarzo Park 100 Places in Italy Every Woman Should Go

As the owner of an Italy tour planning company I happen to read a lot of Italy travel books and Susan Van Allen‘s Italy travel book “100 Places in Italy Every Woman Should Go” is an informative, fascinating, entertaining book, and certainly a must if you plan to visit Italy. I am glad Susan accepted… Read More »