We all know that Rome is renowned for its iconic landmarks. From the Vatican to the Colosseum, some parts of the Eternal City are recognisable in a micro instant. And while a vast number of visitors understandably prioritise these parts of the city, there are many who would rather devote time to exploring its scenic local neighbourhoods.
Teeming with character and brimming with personality, Rome is a city of contradictions; loud, gritty and frenetic; charming, beautiful, and captivating.
For many people, the idea of travelling alone sounds lonely, and more than a little daunting. After all, travelling is surely meant to be a mutual experience; seeing new sights, savouring new food, and sharing new memories. Right? Well, not necessarily!
Ask any two people their opinion of the same piece of art work, and you’re likely to elicit two very different responses.
If we’re to believe movies, magazine spreads and most TV shows, Christmas dinners around the world are carbon copies of one another; complete with turkey, trimmings and – unless you’re very lucky – terse conversation with tense relatives!
Be honest; how frequently do you happen upon an item in your home that you’d love to discard, but feel obliged to keep simply because you received it as a gift?
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If you’re traveling to the Italian capital, it’s very likely a trip to the Vatican is high on your agenda! And why wouldn’t it be? Acting as a modern-day gateway …
From Poveglia Island in Venice to The Ten Bells pub in London, there is no shortage of spine-chilling destinations around the world.
Hindsight may be 20/20, but when it comes to Italy’s must-visit destinations for 2020, our foresight is also – yep, you guessed it – 20/20! While 2019 might have been …