Hotels in Rome

Hotels in Rome with Russian speaking staff

Finding a hotel in Rome with Russian-speaking staff is a daunting task. Even if the description of the hotel indicates that the staff speaks Russian, this guarantees a maximum of one of the employees at the reception or, for example, a cleaning lady who will help you with the translation. In any case, do not worry, even without knowledge of the language, Italians will always be happy to try to help you, as they are very open and friendly people.
Germany

Cafes and Restaurants on the Outskirts of Cologne

If you like outdoor picnics, the outskirts of Cologne are a great place to have something to drink or eat in the shade of trees. Take a look at the zoo or any of the bars and restaurants listed in the "When the Night Comes Down" section. Drinks and hot dishes are served throughout the day.
Trip planning

Auto in Italy: some practical tips for going to autotrip

If you plan to travel around Italy by car, it will be useful to find out some features of driving and parking, as well as which cars the Italians themselves prefer. Italy is a country with a developed automotive industry, and brands such as Ferrari, Lamborghini, Maserati and Alfa Romeo have long gained immense popularity among foreign motorists.
Italy for everyone

Church of Santa Maria in Transportina

The church of Santa Maria in Transportina was built on the site of the pyramid, which in the Middle Ages was considered the mausoleum of the founder of Rome, Romulus. The pyramid was demolished at the insistence of Pope Alexander VI, and in its place, at the end of the 15th century, the first gunners church was erected. The temple did not last long. Literally a few decades later it was dismantled so as not to block the shelling from the side of the castle of the Holy Angel.
Milan

Flea market in Navigli

Every last Sunday of the month in the Milan area of ​​Navigli, a traditional antique flea market takes place, an analogue of the Roman Porte Portez. Lovers of junk and antiquities, as well as collectors will find here hundreds of items of useful and not very things that have not been needed by most modern people for a long time.
The science

Italians have created a coffee machine working in space

Italy's first female astronaut will be the first person to drink "Italian espresso in space." The famous Italian brand Lavazza has developed a coffee machine specifically for the International Space Station. Italy made a special contribution to the study of space at the international level, creating coffee that astronauts could enjoy outside the Earth.

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Germany

Jazz and the Ringstrasse Theater

Jazz and theater are the two passions of Cologne. In the area of ​​the ring road there are a huge number of theaters and concert venues. Theater im Bauturm Jazz and theater are the two passions of Cologne. In the area of ​​the ring road there are a huge number of theaters and concert venues. Both classical and contemporary plays are staged in theaters.
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Sant'Agata de Gothi | 2019
Italy

Sant'Agata de Gothi

The small but very beautiful town of Sant'Agata de Gothi with its characteristic narrow streets and medieval houses is one of the favorite and visited by tourists. It is located between Naples and Benevento on the steep bank of the Martorano River. Nearby is a giant hill, similar to a pyramid, perhaps there are ancient artifacts.
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A. Testoni | 2019
Italian brands

A. Testoni

Amedeo Testoni is a world famous shoe brand that is famous for its sophistication, elegance and practicality at the same time. The products of the brand are distinguished by a high level of quality and convenience, as well as a unique style. History of the brand The beautiful Italian city of Bologna (Bologna) is considered the homeland of Amedeo Testoni, since it was here in 1929 that the hereditary shoe maker Amadeo Testoni decided to open his first shoe store.
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Traveling in Bavaria (Olga report) | 2019
Germany

Traveling in Bavaria (Olga report)

Thank you very much for the travel reports sent to the contest “The Story of My Travel” to me by e-mail: [email protected] Today is Olga’s story about a trip to Bavaria. Baseline: the desire to see Bavarian castles with mom and son 13 years old. Departure place: Ekaterinburg. Duration: 14 days.
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What to do in Italy? 17 free ideas | 2019
Holidays in Italy

What to do in Italy? 17 free ideas

Are you going to Italy and thinking about how to diversify your trip and make it unforgettable? We are ready to offer you seventeen ideas that will cheer you up in the beautiful country of wine and sun and keep your wallet intact. Drink water from the lion’s head. Public drinking fountains in Italy are by no means uncommon.
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Olbia - Gateway to the Emerald Coast of Sardinia | 2019
Regions of Italy

Olbia - Gateway to the Emerald Coast of Sardinia

Olbia is a small town in the north of Sardinia, which is rightfully considered the main gate of the island. Ferries from the mainland constantly go to the port of Olbia, tourists fly to the international airport to explore the Emerald Coast of the Costa Smeralda. The town itself is constantly growing and developing.
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Residents of South Tyrol for lifting the ban on hunting bears | 2019
Society

Residents of South Tyrol for lifting the ban on hunting bears

Local farmers complain that the success of the EU program to return the brown bear population to northern Italy poses an increasing threat to their livestock, and possibly to people. Returning home late at night to their family hotel in the mountains in the Italian region of South Tyrol, Marcus and Karin Kerskbamer (Markus and Karin Kerschbamer) immediately felt that something was wrong.
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St. Peter's Basilica in Vatican | 2019
Italy

St. Peter's Basilica in Vatican

St. Peter's Basilica in the Vatican is an important cultural attraction with many works of art, and at the same time - the main center of Christian shrines. Entrance to the cathedral is free. St. Peter's Basilica (Basilica Sancti Petri) in the Vatican St. Peter's Basilica (Basilica Sancti Petri) in the Vatican is a symbol of a small but powerful state, the world center of Catholicism.
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Photo of the day: wild boar travels by tram in Rome
Society

Photo of the day: wild boar travels by tram in Rome

Italy is a wonderland! What you will not see here. But residents of the capital recently encountered a real wild boar ... in public transport. Judging by the photo in which the animal is captured, it traveled in a tram near Trastevere. The image of the black pig instantly scattered across the Web, making him a celebrity.
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Caesar's Death, Before and After - Issue 3
Story

Caesar's Death, Before and After - Issue 3

In the last issue, we described in detail how the conspirators, led by Mark Junius Brutus, fulfilled their plan to reduce the number of Roman dictators per square meter. We go further. The benevolent hopes of the idealists of the tyrannobors broke about the harsh way of life - the people of Rome did not understand the unexpected murder of the "father of the nation" and inconsolably mourned, and sometimes grief took quite violent forms.
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Italy and Ukraine: yesterday and today
Politics

Italy and Ukraine: yesterday and today

Italian politicians really appreciate the threat from a possible conflict between Russia and Ukraine. Italian Foreign Ministry urged residents to avoid travel to Ukraine. Today, the historical connection between Ukraine and sunny Italy is almost forgotten. For the first time, students learn about it through classes devoted to the Renaissance.
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Piazza Torre Argentina - where cats live in Rome
Italy

Piazza Torre Argentina - where cats live in Rome

The historical symbol of Rome is the she-wolf who fed and saved the lives of the brothers Romulus and Remus. But the unspoken symbol of the modern Italian capital is cats. The masters of Rome And not some effeminate beauties, but the most ordinary purring curious breed. To local residents and guests of the capital of Italy, free cats liked very much, by joint efforts people care about the well-being of the mustachioe-striped.
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Valentino Garavani - a famous fashion designer from Italy
Famous Italians and Italians

Valentino Garavani - a famous fashion designer from Italy

Valentino Clemente Ludovico Garavani (Valentino Clemente Ludovico Garavani) - the world famous fashion designer from Italy, founder of the fashion house "Valentino". The first Italian to conquer Paris, winner of many prizes and awards for outstanding achievements in the field of fashion. Member of the organization of the Paris Fashion Syndicate (Chambre Syndicate des cou-turies).
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10 phrases that Italian mom will say
Interesting about Italy

10 phrases that Italian mom will say

The whole world knows how anxious Italians feel about their mothers. Many girls who have married a representative of the stronger sex in Italy know that they will never eclipse their mother-in-law, either in life or in everyday life. An Italian mom will never let her child out of the house hungry or lightly dressed. Most likely, this child, whether he is a year or forty years old, will practically "roll out" of the house in so many clothes that it will look like an Eskimo.
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Why is Italy so?
Tourism

Why is Italy so?

Italy has many secrets that many people seek to know. Someone decides to buy a plane ticket and completely plunge into the atmosphere of celebration and fun, someone reads articles on Italy in encyclopedias, and someone follows the path of least resistance and looks for answers to his questions on the Internet.
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