Susan Chenery discovers the consuming passions of the restaurateurs at Casa Vissani and Il Falconiere.
Europe's most popular airline is also among its most hated. How does it measure up?
The crowds that pack the major museums are growing bigger all the time. Nick Trend finds out how to avoid them.
In a city of churches, Ute Junker finds plenty of culinary temples at which to worship.
It seems impossible to find a van rental company that will allow pick-up in Rome and drop-off in Paris.
Do you have any must-see destinations on the way to Rome from London?
What happens when a seventysomething eschews escorted touring for an independent jaunt with family? Some might predict disaster. Dayle Green finds out.
Desmond O'Grady views some of Caravaggio's finest paintings in the city where the artist worked and brawled.
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.