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Author: Stefania Luttazi

The Roman Riviera: Terracina, Sperlonga and Gaeta

Explore the beautiful coastline south of Rome, combining quaint fisher hamlets, ancient ruins and the stunning backdrop offered by the dramatic cliffs and the turquoise waters of the Mediterranean Sea. View of Terracina and Mount Circeo from the Temple of Jupiter This day trip is

Timelines are lifelines!

It’s not easy to orientate in a three-millennia-old city, where new structures originated on top of the older ones, buildings were added to, or simply changed their function… So let’s take a quick look at the different layers this city is made of, much like

Rome’s best kept secret: the Island of Ponza

Chiaia di Luna cove Italian art cities or Greek islands? If you have ever been in this dilemma, you will be happy to know that on a trip to Rome there’s no need to choose between the fascination of art and the sheer beauty of

Hidden Treasures: Palestrina and Subiaco

View of Palestrina with the remains of the Sactuary of Fortuna Primigenia Among the many destinations most international travelers are not familiar with, today we will explore two of my favorite ones in the vicinity of Rome. Palestrina is located about 35 km (21 miles)

Fairy-tales come true: Garden of Tarots and Capalbio

Capalbio, Garden of Tarots Today we are off to explore some truly magical places in the Maremma area, the coastal strip of Southern Tuscany, bordering to the Lazio Region. Our first destination is the dreamy Tarot Garden, near the city of Capalbio. This enchanting space

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