Ah, the summer holidays, how short and how beautiful! Who doesn’t love them? These photos were taken during my day trip in Rome, the ancient city built on seven hills whose glorious past and present was established by the Romans. My goal was not only to take a stroll in the busy streets but also to see the elegant Villa Giulia, a villa which used to be a papal residence but was then turned into a museum for Etruscan art in the early 20th century. The painted walls, the gorgeous courtyard and the lovely garden are located within this building and can be accessed by anyone. It’s an easy way to find peace and quiet amid the noises of the capital. Other photos were taken in the historical center on my way to the train station to another place I’m going to talk about very soon, so stay tuned! Ciao, tutti!