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4 of the Best European Cities for Culture Lovers

1. Colliseum Roma

Europe is an enticing destination, and it can be hard to choose between all of the wonderful cities that are there to tempt us. Whether you love culture, art, history, food, architecture, music, great weather or perhaps a mixture of all of those things, there is no doubt that one of these European cities will be the one for you:

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Things to do in Rome: sights, accommodation, restaurants and many other tips

22 January 2013 Italy, Things to do in 3 comments

Rome: Roman Quorum

Rome was one of those cities that I have always dreamed before it was possible for me to travel outside my country.  I was arriving for the first time in the Eternal City in August 1994. I had an Italian Transit Visa for two days, ripped away with hard work from the most chaotic consulate I have ever seen and I spent here six unforgettable days (it’s true, I did run up to Naples one day and another one to meet Michelangelo in Florence)… since then I have returned many times also because I have relatives in Rome! read more…

Carpatair destinations: Rome – the Eternal City. Part 1

Sights of Rome: The Colliseum

The most beautiful city in the world, the richest city in terms of art and history, the one engulfing most light and color. A city that is both popular and noble, both holy and sinful. This is Rome, the Eternal City, “Caput mundi”, where everybody can feel at home. read more…

Weekend in Rome

Rome: Travel to Rome

Starting today, I’m launching a new section… Its name isn’t very creative, it is called “weekend in …”. Lots of times, having a weekend after a business trip abroad, I ended up staying either in that town or around it somewhere… and I tried to see as much as possible in those two weekend days. Therefore I will try to recommend a couple of routes for some of the world’s most visited cities… let’s start today with Rome, the Eternal City.

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