From Milan to Rome, passing through Genoa, there will be over 300 American students who this year will follow our doctors in the ward. Doctors in Italy, the first 100% Italian program that allows foreign students of healthcare faculties to discover the new frontier of made in Italy, medicine, is currently collaborating with three hospitals: the Mul...

Italy's annual vintage car rally rolls into Rome on 16 June. The 2022 edition of the Mille Miglia rally will see more than 400 classic and vintage cars travel from the northern Italian city of Brescia to Rome and back again this week. One of the world’s oldest car rallies, the Mille Miglia began in 1927, taking place 24 times until 1957 and bringin...

These palm-sized wine cups in the New Orleans Museum of Art's collection were crafted during the time of the Roman Empire, sometime around 100 BCE to 100 CE. Roman craftsmen developed new glass techniques, advancing a craft that had been cultivated over thousands of years in Middle Eastern and Egyptian cultures. Romans invented ways to blow glass o...

Rome hosts a series of events on Wednesday in memory of the much-loved Roman actor and comedian Alberto Sordi who was born on this day 102 years ago. Sordi played mainly comic roles, enlivened by his Roman accent which was a trademark throughout a career that spanned seven decades. Much of his cinematic success was thanks to his accent which, ironi...

Santa Severa is the ideal destination for a weekend on the outskirts of Rome: a strip of sand where you can relax that ends with a magical appearance of a medieval castle, a museum, and an ancient village to visit. Excellent fish cuisine and the opportunity to bird-watch in a protected natural oasis. Santa Severa is a well-known Lazio seaside resor...

The Oil of the Popes has a very distant origin in time and is the fruit of the huge investments made by the Papal State in the whole area of Ciociara and the Pontine countryside starting from the year 1000. In these territories today it is precisely the olive tree that is the most cultivated tree, but this was achieved thanks to the reforms enacted...

Grand Prix Storico comes two months after Formula E. The streets of Rome will host the inaugural Grand Prix Storico di Roma, a parade of vintage racing cars which can be admired in various locations this weekend. The programme began with a preview at Piazza Mignanelli, near the Spanish Steps, on Friday evening. The main event takes place on Saturda...

International students getting set to study at John Cabot University likely know of Rome’s deeply rooted historic and artistic reputation. However, they may not be aware that the Eternal City also boasts a large collection of green spaces, including an array of magnificent gardens and villas that are sure to make the spring season memorable.  These...

Since the 1930s, Tuscia has been considered one of the best Italian film locations. Today it is also a destination for film tourism and those who want to explore the sets of famous international movies. Over the years, Tuscia has attracted many internationally renowned movie directors of such as: Fellini, Francis Ford Coppola, Orson Welles, Sorrent...

Italy has in recent years sold off hundreds of dilapidated homes for next to nothing, thanks to schemes to attract new residents triggering a wave of regeneration for rural communities. For one man, buying a single house wasn't enough. He bought an entire village. Scottish businessman Cesidio Di Ciacca has just finished renovating Borgo I Ciacca, a...