This Le Marche winery has been producing their own DOC verdicchio wine since 1938 and welcomes visitors to take an intimate look into their wine-making and tasting process.
To celebrate my 3-year anniversary of moving to Rome and living in this crazy, beautiful city, I’m sharing what my perfect day would look. From my favorite breakfast/pizza/pasta/gelato options to where I would visit and what I would do, this is what I would consider a perfect day.
This summer was crazy for a variety of reasons but it was also amazing. We spent plenty of time around Rome and its nearby beaches, I got to see my family after 10 months away from the States and my FIANCÈ proposed to me while surrounded by my family. It really couldn't get much better. Today I'm sharing that whole story along with some photos from the amazing 2 weeks we spent stateside.
For anyone who’s curious about what a small group food tour in Rome is like, or looking for activities to do on a trip here, I’ll be sharing the logistics of The Roman Guy’s Trastevere Food Tour, a brief overview of the stops along the way and who I think this tour might fit best.
Today I’m talking about a new service I've added to my blog, a personal travel planning package that includes my recommendations for what to do, eat and see in Rome and Italy. I'll get into why I've decided to start offering this service, how I think it can help anyone looking to make the most out of their Italian experience and the logistics behind these packages.
For anyone seriously interested in gaining at least a conversational level of Italian, these are the resources that I’ve used along the way to improve and largely maintain my level of Italian.