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How to Explore Rome in a Day?

How to Explore Rome in a Day?

Rome was not built in a day, but much of it can be explored in 24 hours. Steeped in history and teeming with energy, this Italian city is a mecca for history buffs and culture vultures. You get a kick every time you come across ancient statues, amphitheaters, grand museums, churches, and every element of(…)

Published On: Thursday, September 10th, 2015
Amalfi Drive - One of the most Scenic Drives in Italy!

Amalfi Drive - One of the most Scenic Drives in Italy!

The Amalfi Coast is a famous tourist destination, which attracts thousands of visitors every year. The stretch of road which runs along the Amalfi Coast is known as the Amalfi Drive. It begins in Sorrento and there are shops along Sorrento’s alleys where tourists can buy items of embroidery among many other things. If you(…)

Published On: Monday, March 31st, 2014
Spanish Steps

Spanish Steps

The Spanish Steps, Italy is a flight of steps in Rome that are known for their extraordinary sweep of architecture. These steps lead from the base of Piazza di Spagna up to the towering twin towers of Trinita’ dei Monti. Trinita’ dei Monti, also known as Trinity of the Mountains, is one of the twelve(…)

Published On: Thursday, December 12th, 2013
Interesting Facts about Pompeii

Interesting Facts about Pompeii

Ruins of the Forum in Pompeii, Italy Sprawled across 163 acres, just 3 miles off the Bay of Naples, Pompeii was an impressive ancient Roman city that was at its height of prosperity in the 1st century AD. It was completely ruined and destroyed on an August morning in 79 AD, due to the pyroclastic flows from Mount(…)

Published On: Tuesday, November 12th, 2013
Mount Vesuvius Facts

Mount Vesuvius Facts

  Overlooking the Bay of Naples, in Italy, Mount Vesuvius is a rather infamous mountain peak in the world. Well known for its volcanic activity, this ‘hump-back’ shaped mountain is located to the east of the historic city of Naples. One of the oldest continuously-inhabited cities on earth, Naples has been bombed the most number(…)

Published On: Monday, October 21st, 2013
Roman Pantheon Facts

Roman Pantheon Facts

An ancient Greco-Roman architectural marvel, the Pantheon, Rome is a gigantic temple-turned-church in the Piazza della Rotunda. Literally meaning the Temple to honor all Gods, the Pantheon, in its over 1800-year existence, has been built three times, was a temple of all the Roman Gods, and then was a church with an alternative name, the(…)

Published On: Saturday, September 28th, 2013