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Art.  Food.  History.

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Roamn


Art.  Food.  History.

Italia 

Standing at the bar for an espresso in Rome. Tasting local cheese and hand-made pasta in Siena. Joining a community dinner table along a side street in Florence. Taking in the Pantheon in the early morning light. Walking along an orchard path below the hilltop town of Assisi. Gazing at the Tuscan hills from the window of a local train. Peeking in a small church in Rome to discover a gem of a painting. These are the kinds of experiences that have drawn me back to Italy over and over again. Over the course of many years of traveling and living there, I’ve learned that taking it slow is the best way to see Italy. On this trip, we’ll embrace the Italian motto: La Dolce Vita. As a small group of travelers, we'll allow our curiosity to set the course. No checklist, no crowded tour bus, no waiting in long lines to see a tiny work of art behind velvet ropes. Italy the Italian Way

 

I miss Italy so much. I want to live there and study abroad there !
— Former Student Backpacker
That was seriously the best trip of my life!
— Former Her Roman Holiday Participant
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ART+HISTORY


ART+HISTORY


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FOOD


FOOD


The mission is simple:  To discover and eat Italian food and meet the people who lovingly prepare it.  

Explore Italian food