If you like beer and you're coming to Rome, you're in for a treat. Despite not being beer monsters like their northern European cousins, people in Rome are increasingly learning to love beer. This is mainly due to an craft beer revolution currently underway in Italy, with hundreds and hundreds of small artisanal producers popping up all over … Continue Reading ››
E-cigs, vaping equipment and juices are widely available in Rome if you know where to look. We tell you where to buy vape equipment and juice.
The queues to get into the Colosseum and Vatican are notoriously long, and the Roman sun is hot. We show you how to keep your cool by skipping the lines.
Running in Rome can be fun and exciting, with trails in its parks and ancient monuments helping you to see a different side of the city.
We assess the pros and cons of paying guides to take you round the Vatican (and other sites), and give you tips to find a good company to do so.
Rome’s subway system is fast, inexpensive, and reasonably reliable. It’s also pretty limited, with only two lines in a big X shape, that cross at Termini station in central Rome.
When you're in the station, to make sure you’re going the right way, remember: BINA. Battistini and ReBBiBia are the northernmost stations, and LaurentINA and AnangINA … Continue Reading ››