Luciano Di Gregorio conjures the spirit of the director Federico Fellini in the city that inspired him.
IT'S not just the historical and stone-carved figures of Rome that give the city its magical personality. It's the living ones, too.
Marian McGuinness descends beneath Rome to where pope, saint and slave alike were laid to rest.
Forget the heat and crowds of summer, Rome reveals its cooler, magical side in the winter months, writes Lee Marshall.
How do we decide between the most loved, well-known destinations or attractions and discovering our own in France and Italy when we have only one week in each country?
Nobody enjoys being taken for a ride, but it can happen all too easily when travelling abroad. Nick Trend suggests some simple strategies to avoid being scammed
Four friends and I are going to Europe at the end of the year. Are there any specific places we should visit at that time of year that would, otherwise, not be as worthwhile?
With the rise of online booking sites that offer rooms at discounts, to what extent is the age-old advice to book early still valid?
You cannot walk 100 metres in Rome without experiencing some of its astounding history. From the Roman Forum, to the Colosseum, the magnificent Pantheon to St Peters and the Vatican, even its foreboding monks in the bone church, this is one of the world's greatest capitals. Don't forget to experience the convive of the youthful Trastevere, and the to-die-for cuisine.