Rome City Guide

Rome is one of the most charming cities I’ve been to. Old, historical, vibrant, young, magical. Absolutely magical. However, Rome being one of the most popular cities amongst tourists worldwide, houses an awful lot of tourist traps to watch out for – if you’re looking to discover the real Rome, that is. And trust me, the real Rome is a lot better than the tourist-trap one. So here are a couple...

The Most Beautiful Parc in Rome

With all its historic landmarks alone, Rome is such a breathtaking city. However, I often find that the crowds ruin the experience (being an introvert and all 😉 ) and I simply don’t enjoy hanging around the Trevi fountain, surrounded by people, constantly minding my bag and my camera. No, I much prefer going places like this one: Parc Savello (or Giardino degli Aranci). It’s one of the most beautiful gardens...

Sunny Sunday in Copenhagen

My cousin is visiting, and yesterday was a beautiful, sunny day here in Copenhagen, so we wandered around the botanical gardens, popped by the National Gallery of Denmark (I can totally recommend the current exhibition – The North meets Japan, so cool) and had coffee at Torvehallerne (Coffee Collective, of course). It’s nice to have a little break at home before I’m off to the Faroe Islands on Sunday! Stay tuned...

Best Pizzeria in Rome

On our first night in Rome we decided to check out the Pizzeria Ai Marmi in Trastevere. I always, always make an effort to track down the most authentic places, and avoid tourist traps (and there are a lot of those in cities like Rome, believe me), and Pizzeria Ai Marmi is a find that I was extremely excited about! So, elbow-to-elbow we sat amongst a mix of locals and tourists who, like...

Eat, Pray, Love

If you’ve seen the beautiful film, “Eat, Pray, Love”, you might have already recognized this restaurant. We passed by in the afternoon when the waiters were preparing to reopen for dinner later in the evening. We headed back to Trastevere and didn’t dine here, but I definitely will on my next trip to Rome! Just look how romantic the settings are: Dansk: Hvis I har set den skønne film “Eat, Pray, Love” kan I nok allerede...
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