Rome’s historical centre reopens at long last


At long, long last Rome’s historical centre reopens, and the Spanish steps are in sight and looking as lovely as ever.

The long anticipated softening, so to speak, of the Covid 19 stay indoors lockdown rules began in Rome on the 4th of May, which means one step forward and a very much welcome resemblance of life as it once upon a time was. Michelangelo wasn’t wrong when he said “Genius is eternal patience.”

Slowly, the coffee bars are also following suit and reopening. Soon enough, it’ll be time to click those heels three times and be transported back to your favourite Roman roads.

This is one of mine.

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