Living in Rome allows me always to find something to do and someplace to visit (not ever far from the city). In July, one Sunday morning, I decided to take a tour of the Cistercian abbey of Casamari and Isola del Liri (a small village famous for the waterfall that “cuts in half” the town).
Let’s go back to talking about the museums to visit in Rome. Some of the smaller museums, many of which are also little known, have free admission, and today I want to tell you about one of these: the Ludovisi Boncompagni museum for the Decorative Arts, the Costume and Fashion of the 19th and 20th…Continue Reading
Choosing even one museum to recommend in Rome has always been a difficult task for me. I would always answer “everyone”, but I know it is obviously impossible to see them all for lack of time and for different interests for each of us. So I started thinking about what my favourite museums in Rome…Continue Reading
Italy has so much to tell about its past, not just the oldest one. Speaking with friends, at the beginning of 2018, I discovered that Monte Soratte “hides” a bunker that you can visit: in May 2019, therefore, I didn’t miss the opportunity! After a careful study of the guided tours calendar, I chose to…Continue Reading
With the arrival of the beautiful spring days, I started making some day trips, to explore places easily reachable from Rome. I discovered the castle of Vulci, also called the abbey castle, by looking for a destination for one of these trips.
It was already a few years since I started thinking about a tour of the abbeys of Lazio because I wanted to know better the region where I grew up (and I’m currently living). I decided to start from the bottom part of the area, spending a day visiting the abbey of Valvisciolo and the…Continue Reading