Eurochocolate – Italy’s sweetest festival

In Italy in October and looking for things to do? Don’t miss Italy’s biggest and most famous chocolate festival the Eurochocolate in Perugia. Eurochocolate is organized for 24 years now and it hosts the biggest number of chocolate manufacturers, from huge brands like Perugina to small businesses. Eurochocolate 2017 festival is held in Perugia from 13 to 22…

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Rome Ciampino airport is just a bus ride away from centre

Flying to Rome low cost? It’s time to celebrate as the Italian capital has just launched a new public transport route to Rome’s second most important airport: Ciampino. From today, Monday 18th september, the new ATAC bus line, number 720 will connect Rome’s city center with the capital’s secondary airport: Ciampino.  You can take the…

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Flights stop between Fiumicino and Malpensa, take the train!

While air traffic has been in steady rise in Europe  for about a decade now after the birth of countless low-cost  airlines connecting the coninent’s most improbable airports with each other, there are routes that seem to lose the fight against the new competetor: the high-speed train. This is just the situation in Italy where…

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First Sunday of the month? Let’ s go to museums!

#DOMENICALMUSEO is the name of that super initiative that allows everyone to visit Italian state museums for free on the first Sunday of every month. We love freebies and culture hence already have checked all of the items nearby out and if we happen to be someplace else in Italy that day, we will surely…

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In a hurry in Venice? Take a gondola!

Venice is one of those super romantic places everyone should see once. Its beauty is improbable, well, all the city is improbable, How the hell did they think it was a good idea to build a city on water? However, Saint Mark’s square is one if the most fabulous in Italy and pigeons are only…

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