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April and May line up of cultural and sporting events in Rome.
An epic cyclist adventure through Onomichi, HIroshima province for Meridian/VOX
5 Ways to Go Local in Rome: When in Rome, don’t hesitate to go full immersion, says resident writer Erica Firpo. Follow her ve rules of local life to have even more fun in this magni cent city
Available only in print for Moments Magazine #4
Contributing editor Erica Firpo reviews Jo Piazza's new memoir-cum-travelogue, How to Be Married, a global search for the secret of good relationships.
Who You Calling Champagne? Tasting Notes on Italy’s...
Look out, Rome, there's a gourmet breakfast in town. Erica Firpo reviews Le Panier.
EMILIA ROMAGNA, Italy – This is going to sound crazy, but sometimes I forget how amazing Italy is. Living in Rome, it's hard to think that anything better (food, art, history) exists outside the Eternal City...
Get your scissors out, because we’re cutting the ribbon on Rome‘s Forbes Travel Guide Five-Star Hotel Eden. The Eternal City trophy of the prestigious Dorchester Collection reopened on April 1 after a 17-month renovation that called for a complete floor-to-ceiling makeover easily rivaling that of St. Peter’s Basilica’s 17th-century revamp.
Why Milan is worth a trip for a day of contemporary art.
Are you ready for Rome's next empire? Food, the final frontier and the Eternal City's must-book restaurants.
The mentality of Rome is that everything needed should be within a 500 meter radius. I uncover Ercoli- a new gastro-alimentari in Rome's Prati neighborhood.
Your First Look Around T3, Rome’s Stylish New Airport terminal
Visiting the Hiroshima and Miyajima shrines for Meridian/VOX