These six cities are known for their top-notch brews and caffeine-focused cultures – perfect for those on an extended stay.
The Italians seem to have life all figured out: eat, sleep, drink, do it again. But each time of day is reserved for a specific activity – and each has a specific purpose.
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 exhibition brings 180 pieces from around the world together in Rome in an effort to contextualise the reign of history's most famous queen.
Thanks to the economic crisis, more Romans are staying in the city this August ― meaning there are more authentic dining options for travellers to gorge on.
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