(2019 Update: This scheme was brought to an end last year, but has been reinstated this year by the newly formed government.)
I was out the door by 8 o’clock, so I could be at the Galleria Borghese when it opened its doors in exactly an hour. It was the first Sunday of the month; I hoped to beat the crowd and spend all day taking in the works at one of Rome’s finest art galleries.
Clearly I hadn’t done my research, because little did I know:
a. You need a reservation in order to enter the museum in the first place.
b. The Galleria Borghese is relatively small when compared with the likes of the Prado, Louvre or Uffizi Gallery, and doesn’t actually require all day to soak in every inch of the two-floor space. Continue reading “Visiting the Galleria Borghese on a ‘Free Sunday’”
I’m nearing the end of my time in Rome, where I’ve been living and working on various projects for the past month.
Two months of continuous travelling and eleven cities later, I came to the realization that I needed to stay put in one spot for a little while if I were to get any real work done. And what better place than Rome to halt for inspiration? Continue reading “When in Rome”
Around mid-June, I returned to Frankfurt for a couple of days. I hadn’t been back since the year that I’d spent living there, in 2014-15.
And what timing, too. After a spell of rain, the sky was all kinds of glorious that weekend. Continue reading “Visual Diary: A Weekend in Frankfurt”