Category Archives: Rome

Tipping in RAA Service Countries Explained

Every country has rules on tipping for service. Some encourage generosity while other discourage tipping at all. Instead of wondering what the rule is when you visit one of our service locations, check out the list below and know what amount is appropriate to tip, if at all! EUROPE: Restaurants in Europe tend to include the tip in the service charge on the bill. While it is acceptable to leave a few Euros over, you are never expected to tip 20 percent. When using a taxi, round the fare up or ... read more

London Calling

London is the European capital of cultures. The city literally holds a corner for each group to conduct their cultural activities. Be it the touristy City Centre, posh Knightsbridge, hipster Camden Town, Arabic Edgeware Road, China Town of Leicester square, Eastern Ilford or Indian South, London thrives on its cultural diversity. As shoulder season is about to start some people might argue that it doesn’t make a difference when it comes to big cities like Paris, Rome or London but we would ... read more

Christmas Traditions Around Europe

Christmas traditions vary from country to country and over the years Christmas has taken quite a unique shape in terms of customs and celebrations. Let’s look at some of the major celebrations of Christmas across Europe: Christmas Décor (trees and lights): The Christmas fever starts from mid-November when retailers start to deck out for holiday season. The main European shopping streets try to give each other run for their money in decorating the buildings and shops. According to a survey av ... read more

Holy Holidays: Easter in Rome

This is that time of the year when Roman Churches come to life with the composed voices of choirs’ in the Basilica and candlelit crowds to celebrate masses with Pope around St. Peters square. The sweet shops try to out-rival each other in displaying their deliciously designed Easter eggs all around the city. Though Easter is celebrated all across the world but Rome is the home for this holy occasion. Every year thousands of Catholics from all over the word flock to this ancient city of Rome to ... read more

Let us host you for the 2015 UEFA European Football Championship

The UEFA European Football Championship 2015 will be held in different venues across Europe the list of Matches with their venues can be viewed here. Millions of intrepid football fans from all over the world are expected to travel towards these cities of Europe. The finale will be played at the Olympiastadion, Berlin on Saturday 6 June 2015. If you are a football enthusiast, you will love to cheer with the Champs, bare the flag with the winners, celebrate the win in a corner café or a ... read more