QuodLibet means literally "Whatever Pleases", a latin word used for "free"compositions - music and rhetoric. A mix of different "voices" within the same context. That's why we like this word so much, because it can be the definition of a state of mind, a definition of an attitude. The positive attitude that we usually see … Continue reading The meaning of QuodLibet – an attitude to visit Rome
From the Coliseum to the Domus Aurea, together with the Borghese Gallery There are a couple of must to be seen sights of interest in Rome that should be booked in advance: some of them because the reservation is mandatory, some of them because they are extremely busy (some sort of bottle necks of the … Continue reading Sights to book in Advance in Rome
Unesco World Heritage Site, the Val d'Orcia is one of the most famous areas in Italy. If you think about Tuscany, and its landscapes, then usually the picture you are imagining is taken in Val D'Orcia. The Val d'Orcia is south of Siena, just north of the border with the Lazio Region (the region of … Continue reading From Rome to Val d’Orcia. An easy one day excursion.
Maybe not everybody knows that Rome has a very efficient system of running fresh water that the city inherited from the ancient Romans. The Roman aqueducts are still one of the marvels the ancient Romans have left, not only in Rome but also in many other regions of what once was the Roman Empire. What … Continue reading Water of Rome – From Trevi to the “Nasoni” – An interesting surprise
The Etruscan Museum of Rome is located right at the edge of Villa Borghese Park, on the opposite side of the Pincio Terrace, on the so called Villa Giulia Area. The Museums, where are stored some of the most important repertoes from the Etruscan civilization (in Italian Peninsula before the Romans), is hosted in the … Continue reading Etruscans, if not in Rome, where? – Discover the Etruscan Museum