Until 5 November, a Rome exhibition displays pieces looted and stolen from Italy, and celebrates those who returned some of the art world’s most contentious antiquities.
From 18 to 24 November, travellers balking at the city’s high accommodation costs can pay their way with anything from a saxophone lesson to fresh pastries.
A new take on the Grand Tour proves that the country’s treasures remain as rewarding as ever.
From market food to Michelin-star restaurants, the northern Italian city is full of delicious eateries for every budget.
This weekend, some 170 private palaces, academies, homes and other buildings will open their doors to visitors.
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