Historical places in Italy

Jewish Ghetto in Rome

Jewish Ghetto in Rome

The ghetto was projected to lock up and control the Jews minority  in 1555  by Pope Paul IV on 14th of July The papal bull  imposed economic and freedom restrictions to the jews . This oppression continued for 315 years until its abolition in 1870 (reunification of Italy). At present,…
Travel Tips  – HOW TO MOVE IN ROME

Travel Tips – HOW TO MOVE IN ROME

PUBLIC TRANSPORT Rome’s public transport net consists of three underground lines (A, B and B1, C), buses, trams and urban trains. TICKETS The same type of ticket is used for all transports: BIT: € 1,50 valid for 100 minutes from the very first validation. Please note: no more than one…
How to Skip the line tickets in  Rome

How to Skip the line tickets in Rome

Some hints…. If you stay in Rome just a few days and you don’t have time to waste in endless tickets lines, you may know there is a faster way to enter the Roman Majors sites as the VATICAN MUSEUMS and  COLOSSEUM VATICAN MUSEUMS: In order to skip the line…
AN EXCURSION TO ASSISI, THE GREEN HOMELAND OF ST. FRANCIS

AN EXCURSION TO ASSISI, THE GREEN HOMELAND OF ST. FRANCIS

Assisi, located in a green rural area in the heart of Umbria, is a moderately small and incredibly beautiful city. Located 174 km North-East of Rome, is home to the Franciscan and Clare orders. St. Francis (San Francesco, in Italian) was born to a rich family. His father, Pietro de…