Sorrento Beaches
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by Natalie
1M ago
Many people confuse Sorrento with the Amalfi Coast because they are neighboring areas. However, Sorrento, which sits on its own peninsula a bit to the north of the coast, is unique – particularly when it comes to its landscape and geology. The town sits high on a cliff edge and is renowned for its sea [...] The post Sorrento Beaches appeared first on An American in Rome ..read more
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Yes, Americans Need a “Visa” to Travel to Italy in 2024 – How to get it
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by Natalie
4M ago
Updated 18 October 2023. Starting in 2024, US citizens will need a (kind of) visa to visit Italy. Before anyone freaks out, the new rule is actually more of a visa waiver program than a visa requirement and will be known as European Travel Information and Authorization System, or ETIAS. I am American and I [...] The post Yes, Americans Need a “Visa” to Travel to Italy in 2024 – How to get it appeared first on An American in Rome ..read more
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10 Best Jokes and Puns About Italy
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by Natalie
5M ago
Italy is a lot of things depending on the day. It can be beautiful or chaotic, rural or high fashion, Alps or beaches. It is a country full of postcard perfect villages and amazing culinary traditions. But funny? That is not the first word that comes to mind when I think of Italia. The country [...] The post 10 Best Jokes and Puns About Italy appeared first on An American in Rome ..read more
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5 Best Italian Cocktails
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by Natalie
10M ago
Italy is probably more often associated with wine, but there is also a long history of liqueurs (often bitter to help with digestion). As a result, there are fantastic combinations of bitters, sparkling wines, seasonal fruits, fresh herbs, to create mixers and garnishes for classic cocktails. While young Italians certainly go out for a night [...] The post 5 Best Italian Cocktails appeared first on An American in Rome ..read more
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The 7 most notable Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II Facts
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by Natalie
10M ago
The Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II in Milan, Italy is iconic. It is the place to stop for a major instagram moment, but the historic structure has a storied past that includes films, untimely deaths, and hidden symbolism. Before you visit the glassed arcade, here are some of the coolest facts about this remarkable building: Age [...] The post The 7 most notable Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II Facts appeared first on An American in Rome ..read more
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Where to Find the Best Coffee in Venice
An American in Rome » Italy
by Natalie
10M ago
I cannot tolerate bad coffee, even on vacation. Unfortunately, coffee in Italy is not just heavenly espresso after heavenly espresso. Luckily Venice has a long history of coffee bars (and is even home to the oldest coffee house in Europe). There are even a few places serving specialty coffee in La Serenissima if you are [...] The post Where to Find the Best Coffee in Venice appeared first on An American in Rome ..read more
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Iced Coffee in Italy
An American in Rome » Italy
by Natalie
1y ago
As the summer temperatures hover in the 90s in Rome, the idea of a hot coffee (no matter how tiny those espressi may be) starts to feel less and less appealing. Despite the weather, it is typically hard to find large cups of iced coffee, with the cubes piled high. There are, however, local varieties [...] The post Iced Coffee in Italy appeared first on An American in Rome ..read more
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What Happens if You Test Positive for COVID in Italy
An American in Rome » Italy
by Natalie
1y ago
In 2022, everything in Italy is open. The country has phased out its restrictive ‘Green Pass’ that required proof of three doses to eat in restaurants or even use public transportation. Now, all you need to enter Italy is proof of approved vaccinations or a negative test. However, I want to update you on the [...] The post What Happens if You Test Positive for COVID in Italy appeared first on An American in Rome ..read more
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Too Good to Go: Save Money and Stop Food Waste
An American in Rome » Italy
by Natalie
2y ago
Perhaps you have noticed that I enjoy food. I like to shop at markets, try new cooking classes, and seek out the very best restaurants in Rome. I also hate wasting food. That is why I was thrilled to discover Too Good to Go.   Too Good to Go is an app that allows grocery [...] The post Too Good to Go: Save Money and Stop Food Waste appeared first on An American in Rome ..read more
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Melaleuca Bistrot in Florence
An American in Rome » Italy
by Natalie
2y ago
Florence is well known for its many culinary delights: bistecca alla Fiorentina, hearty ribollita, and savory lampredotto sandwiches. However, while it honors its Tuscan traditions well, it also has a surprisingly contemporary dining scene given its size relative to cities like Milan and Rome. My favorite example is the gorgeous Melaleuca. Melaleuca is an airy [...] The post Melaleuca Bistrot in Florence appeared first on An American in Rome ..read more
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