The Cinque Terre

In Italy, in Liguria, there is a unique place that at least once in life is worth visiting, the Cinque Terre National Park. Five beautiful villages overlooking a cobalt blue sea, with very clean waters. From west to east they are: Monterosso, Vernazza, Corniglia, Manarola and Riomaggiore, UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1997. Behind the Read More

Ancient Rome history comes alive with new App

Article from by Rossella Lorenzi The Appian Way, ancient Rome’s “queen of roads,” is about to enter the digital age as a revolutionary new app launches in two weeks. The audio-only Verba Appia app is available for free on iOS, Android and Windows Phone both in the Italian and English version. Produced by Rome’s Read More

Rome and the Year of the Divine Mercy

December 8th will be the start of the Extraordinary Jubilee Year of the Divine Mercy announced by Pope Francis.  What a better opportunity to walk into Rome like millions of pilgrims and saints did in the past! The Via Francigena was the path that connected Canterbury to  Rome. A beautiful way across the countryside of Italy Read More