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PALATINE HILL AND ROMAN FORUM

Rome is a city of queues. You queue to get ice cream, buy tickets and to go thru security check. It’s no different when it comes to Palatine Hill and Roman Forum. If you want see this spectacular sight you have to serve your time in a line. Magnitude of the whole ancient complex of temples and buildings on Palatine Hill and Roman Forum goes beyond ones Imagination...

PALERMO

Traffic in Palermo seems to have more in common with Asian city than European one. Tuk tuks and street markets with shouting traders, cacophony of sounds and palette of odors isn’t typical European sight. Chaos which characterized cities of South Italy electrifies and draws, we were swallowed up completely. After heavily filled itinerary in Rome we didn’t really have...

FORGOTTEN IN ROME – TRASTEVERE

Forgotten, quiet and not really crowded, where life goes in its own pace and doesn’t care about tourist. You can take your time in Trastevere, stroll the streets without rush and pressure to tick the next monument of, no map, no menu turistico. These are the places we like the most so it was quite clear when in Rome we will be there for sure! We visited Trastevere on...

ROME – FOOD GUIDE

We have never come back home from Italy the same size. We always bring a souvenir in form of extra kilograms. Also luggage is stuffed with food which attracts customs to search thru cheese in order to find hidden drugs and of course a wallet full of receipts not notes. Rome wasn’t different even exceeded our expectations.  Welcome to our mini food guide – list of...

CAPRI ISLAND

Famous and crowded Capri Island in the middle of high season wasn’t something what we were dreaming about. Visiting in January was a great idea and Naples is a perfect base to explore surrounding areas. We’re lucky, because Naples in January is not always sunny and nice- literally we hit the gap between rainy days there. During 2,5 days of our trip we had amazing...