Uricchios Trattoria

Uricchios Trattoria


Best Tiramisu in Rome

The name of this well-known dessert is actually Italian for ‘pick me up’ which is no doubt a reference to the coffee in here and the fact that this dessert is terribly tasty, meaning it can brighten anyone’s day at any given time. This Italian wonder is primarily made with[…]

The Sights at Vatican City – Part 3

The Raphael Rooms Colloquially known simply as the Stanze (which simply means room) this series of rooms that have become a reception area in one of the public areas of the Vatican; is plastered (quite literally) with images by the famous painter Raphael. Just like many of the rooms and[…]

Milan and Fashion

When we talk about world fashion certain cities spring to mind, Paris, New York, London, and of course Milan. Milan is perfect to be classed as a fashion capital, it history, architecture, and culture all point to class. It is a place associated with gastronomy, fine art galleries and of[…]

The Sights at Vatican City – Part 2

St Peter’s Known as Papal Basilica of St. Peter in the Vatican, this enormous structure act as a focal point in Vatican City, drawing in the gaze and bodies of those nearby with its immense scale and of course its famously domed roof. Designed by key artists and architects of[…]

The Sights at Vatican City – Part 1

Vatican city is a unique place for so many reasons. Not simply because it is the smallest state in the world, governed and overseen by the leaders of Catholicism, meaning this area that is technically separate from the surrounding environment of Rome is an iconic marker for religion. Where else[…]

MACRO Rome – Part 3

Greg Jager With a skill for creating fun and sharp shapes, the MACRO had Jager design one of the museums walls, which would serve as a place where other exhibits would be displayed. Eager to continue his aesthetic obsession with late 20th century style bold shapes, the squares, parallel lines[…]

Transport in Italy

Italy has, and needs, a successful transport network. It is a long country and relies on millions of tourists arriving in the country every year. However, many of the visitors who visit wish to see a variety of attractions up and down the country, so Italy has needed to provide[…]

MACRO Rome – Part 2

Gonzalo Borondo Showing in November is Gonzalo Borondo’s NON PLUS ULTRA which will undoubtedly catch the eye of visitors as they enter the darkened room and view this wonderfully made piece. Constructed out of 52 glass plates, the double-sided panels show an image of an almost Christ-like pose. Each on[…]