A Quick Guide On Train Travel To Italy

A Quick Guide on Train Travel to Italy Italy, the home of Botticelli and Michelangelo, has something to offer even the most discerning tourist. There is something on Italian soil for everyone. People travel to Italy for the fine wine, delicious food (especially the ice cream), and of course the […] Read more »

Acqua di Genova: Fragrance of Italian Royalty

ACQUA DI GENOVA is a paradigm for the glorious tradition of Italian style. Commissioned by the Royal House of Savoia, Stefano Frecceri, the famous Genoese distiller and perfumer, created this famous fragrance in 1853. Read more »

Rome & Paris: Sister Cities

Roma e Parigi: two fascinating European capitals, long linked to each other by historical ties. The relationship between Rome and Paris has ancient origins: in classical Roman times France was a province in the Roman Empire. Paris was then known as Lugdunum. Napoleon Bonaparte, who had Italian origins, declared Rome the second capital of the French Empire in 1805 and spent time there. The Pope was living in Paris during this period in the castle of Fontainebleau, perhaps not fully of his own free will. Read more »

Acqua di Genova

ACQUA DI GENOVA is a paradigm for the glorious tradition of Italian style. Commissioned by the Royal House of Savoia, Stefano Frecceri, the famous Genoese distiller and perfumer, created this famous fragrance in 1853. Acqua di Genova soon became a necessary dressing complement of every important person of the epoch […] Read more »