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Living In

Living in... the world’s top coffee cities

These six cities are known for their top-notch brews and caffeine-focused cultures – perfect for those on an extended stay.
Read more… 23 April 2014


Thirsty Explorer

Rome’s unwritten epicurean rules

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.
Read more… 01 March 2014


Localites

Where to eat when Rome shuts down

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.
Read more… 06 August 2013


Mini Guide

Mini guide to eating out in Rome

A visit to the Eternal City is as much about food as it is about art history. There is no better way to feel like a Roman than by eating at the city’s many ristorantes and gelaterias.
Read more… 15 January 2013


New takes on Roman classics

Change can be slow to come to the Eternal City, where the best version of something is often the most ancient. But the chefs behind these five restaurants dare to mess with tradition.
14 June 2012


Aperitivo time is Italy’s happiest hour

The tradition of pre-dinner drinks served with snacks has morphed into a nightly phenomenon of complimentary lavish buffet spreads.
Read more… 22 September 2011


Budget and blowout guide to Rome

When in Rome, don’t shop in supermarkets or eat fast food. Dodge the tourists and do as Romans do: shop in delis and markets, drink artisan beers, eat the best pizza, gelato and the cucina of Rome’s top chefs.
Read more… 05 April 2011


From gladiators to pasta: Top Roman courses to take

When in Rome, do as the Romans do from wine, language and cooking, to gladiatorial combat.
Read more… 21 September 2010


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