May 3rd, 2010
Known for its food, wine, people, culture, music, countryside – Italy Trip happens to be one of the most required after holiday destinations in the world.
Italy is where culture, history and traditions mix together beautifully with modernity and fashion. What is attractive about Italy is that you will never find a single Italian flag, but they are still very particular about their culture and traditions – and of course soccer.
Whether you’re vacationing to Spain, Kenya, Greece or Egypt your stay will be well worth the flight. Italy boasts several 5 star resort hotels that accommodate to every need you could imagine. Italians are measured to be one of the best-looking people in the world. They are very proud of their history, their culture and for them it is all about family. Italians are very friendly. They are friendly and will talk to anyone, what’s most attractive about them is their sense of good humor and humor. In Italy Trip you will hear the various kinds of dialects and accents of Italian, which sound so melodious to the ear. Why do you must visit Italy? read more >>>
April 30th, 2010
Fontana di Trevi
From Via del Corso, tourists can go to the Fontana di Trevi. The Fontana di Trevi is the largest fountain in Rome with a famous mythos behind its beauty. This Rome fountain is most crowded because everyone spent their afternoon at here, relax with gurgling water and clinking coins.
In 1629 Pope Urban VIII, finding the earlier fountain insufficiently dramatic, asked Gian Lorenzo Bernini to sketch possible renovations, but when the Pope died, the project was abandoned. Fontana di Trevi read more >>>
April 22nd, 2010
Rome is not only the capital of Italy but also of the region of Lazio, which is famous for its food. Robust flavours and rich sauces abound in many typical dishes of the area, and pasta and gnocchi in all their many forms ( especially fettucine ) are served in restaurants across Rome city.
Lazio is notable for dishes featuring milk-fed lamb (abbacchio), veal (vitello), Parma ham (saltimbocca), thin-cut steak and offal, all of which are served with delicious herbs and seasonings. Best fish choices in Rome include sea bass (spigola), fried cod (baccalà), bream (orata) and turbot (rombo). Artichokes (carciofi) are scattered all over menus through the winter, before spring heralds the vignarola – a tasty blend of peas, fava beans, and artichokes served with cured pork cheek. Fried sweetbreads are also a Roman speciality. Rome Food read more >>>
April 15th, 2010
Via del Corso
Via del Corso (the ancient via Lata), commonly known as the Corso, is the main street running through the historical centre of Rome, Italy. It is remarkable for being absolutely straight in an area characterized by narrow meandering alleys and small piazzas.
Via del Corso is also wider than most streets in the centre of Rome, but still only has barely room for two lanes of traffic and two narrow sidewalks. Via del Corso read more >>>
April 10th, 2010
Rome is a cosmopolitan bustling city in continuous evolution. It attracts million of tourists each year and has a lot to offer also to international students in terms of night life, cultural events, courses, exhibitions etc.
Rome is considered to be a large open-air museum. Every corner you look at, Roman temples, ancient streets, fabulous fountains, colourful street markets or simply wonderful open spaces are right there.
Furthermore, its mild windy weather its ideal in any season you wish to be there: speeding scooters, sidewalk cafés, restaurant terraces, the magnificent Coliseum and S. Peter Cathedral by night and grand piazzas are some of the spots you will enjoy. Although is an international Capital, do not believe it is soo expensive!! There are plenty of accommodation solutions in Rome either for tourists and for travellers on a budget choosing from youth hostels, and B&B. Among the other bookers, it is possible to book easily online with an easy service provided by Flashbooking for example where rooms or bed nights start form 13 euros per person. Rome is considered to be a large open-air museum read more >>>
April 7th, 2010
If you have an opportunity to make a traveling to North America, exactly a traveling to Mexico, it’s a good idea to try travel to the Mexico beaches. Coastal areas in Mexico are one of the most beautiful and very suitable for those of you who like water sports. There are scuba diving and snorkeling with a Caribbean atmosphere.
There are several options to stay during your traveling in Mexico, one of which is staying at El Cid. Mexico and El Cid Timeshare read more >>>
March 30th, 2010
When you think of Rome, Italy you think of a nice romantic getaway. But the truth is that Rome is a beautiful city as well as fun place for the entire family. Rome is the capital of Italy and it is the most popular city in the country. Rome is a city that has excellent weather most of the year but the best time of the year is from May from October.
Rome has some of the most beautiful sites in the world. One of the most famous sites is St. Peter’s Square and the Basilica. St Peter’s has great history and it is also very beautiful to see. Another great site to see is the World Famous Sistine Chapel painted by the one and only Michael Angelo.
There are guided tours that you can take around the city or you can explore the city on your own. Rome is full of culture and history; you just can’t help but want to take in its beauty. There are so many art galleries and museums that include the Capitone Museum, the National Gallery of Modern Art. Family Vacations in Rome read more >>>
March 17th, 2010
The Pantheon is the biggest Roman achievement in architecture. The Pantheon is a temple of worship the gods believed by Roman. There is no god that specifically described, the Pantheon temple is dedicated to all the gods.
The Pantheon was originally built in the year 27 BC – 25 BC by Marcus Agrippa Vipsanius, which is clearly written on the Portico (porch pole), which Agrippa • M • L • F • COS • TERTIUM • FECIT, “Marcus Agrippa, son of Lucius, Consul for the third time, built this building “. Pantheon read more >>>
March 13th, 2010
St. Peter's Basilica
Basilica of San Pietro (St. Peter) (Cittadel Vaticano) located in Vatican City, Rome , is the main Catholic Basilica of the most magnificent in the world. St. Peter’s Basilica is the largest church ever built (it’s covering an area 23,000 m² and has a capacity of more than 60,000) and one of the holiest sites in Christianity.
This basilica construction started in 1506 and completed in 1626. Basilica of San Pietro read more >>>
March 4th, 2010
Vittorio Emanuelle II
Magnificent palaces with hundreds of steps and statue of Vittorio Emanuel II monument at the top, and the beauty of Rome that can be enjoyed from its peak, is the largest monument in excess of this Rome. Small fountain with a statue carved ornaments are on the side of the entrance monument. While at the altar like, meet the eternal flame that looked like a tomb guarded by three Roman soldiers.
This classically inspired monument, located in Piazza Venezia, is dedicated to King Vittorio Emanuele II, glorifying national unity and serving as an altar to the ceremonies of state. Vittorio Emanuelle II Monument read more >>>