Events In Rome

Welcome To Rome Exhibition In Rome

Posted 13.10.17 by Leigh

Welcome To Rome is a new multimedia exhibition devised by Paco Lanciano, where you experience something truly unique: diving into 2700 years of history of the Eternal City. The exhibition space is located at the old Cinema Augustus on Corso Vittorio in the centre of Rome. Through an exciting 'time machine', visitors will be able to go through the fundamental stages that have brought Rome to become the... [Read more]

ENJOY. Art Meets Amusement Exhibition In Rome

Posted 06.10.17 by Leigh

The 'ENJOY. Art Meets Amusement' exhibition in Rome follows on from the success of the Love. Art meets Love exhibition which finished in March 2017. The original exhibition attracted more than 150,000 visitors, primarily young visitors, in just 6 months. The Chiostro del Bramante in Rome again proposes a noteworthy exhibit of unique contemporary artworks from some of the most important and provocative... [Read more]

Gigi D'Alessio Live Tour 2017 In Rome

Posted 29.09.17 by Leigh

One of Italy’s most popular singers tours the country this winter; Gigi D'Alessio introduces his Live Tour 2017, in order to promote his latest album, 24.02.1967, which was released in February of this year. He plays at Rome’s impressive Auditorium Parco Della Musica in the northern part of the city centre on the 23rd October. Having released 18 albums to date and selling more than 20 million records... [Read more]

Picasso Rome Exhibition. Between Cubism And Classicism: 1915-1925

Posted 22.09.17 by Leigh

The Scuderie del Quirinale in Rome is hosting its newest exhibition that is dedicated to the great Pablo Picasso. This exhibition concludes the events that began at the beginning of the year showcasing one of Spain’s most successful artists. Entitled ‘PICASSO Between Cubism and Classicism: 1915-1925’, the exhibition takes place from the 22nd September 2017 to the 21st January 2018 and features 100 masterpieces... [Read more]

Taste Of Roma 2017 In Rome

Posted 15.09.17 by Leigh

This sixth edition of the 'Taste Of Roma' festival kicks off on Thursday 21st September 2017 at Rome’s Auditorium Parco della Musica. Lasting four days, until the following Sunday, this food extravaganza show brings together some of the most exciting chefs in the capital, as well as cooking demonstrations, food tasting and sampling, and some exclusive cooking experiences. There is an added feature to this year’s... [Read more]

Alt-J In Rome 2018

Posted 08.09.17 by Leigh

Alt-J, usually written as alt-j, are playing at Rome’s Palalottomatica venue on Thursday 1st February 2018 to promote their recently released album ‘Relaxer’. The English indie rock band formed in 2007 (Leeds, UK) and their first album came out in 2012 in both Europe and the USA. Entitled ‘An Awesome Wave’, their debut album won the 2012 British Mercury Prize. The follow-up album ‘This Is All Yours’ was released... [Read more]

RomaEuropa Festival 2017 In Rome

Posted 25.08.17 by Leigh

RomaEuropa Festival 2017 has been described as ‘Italy’s most eclectic and cosmopolitan festival’. As far back as 1985, the RomaEuropa Festival has been a yearly event that brings together a fascinating selection of world class events from the arts sector, including dance, theatre, contemporary circus, art, technology and music. This is the 32nd edition and it will host over 300 artists from 32 countries... [Read more]

Jason Blunt In Rome 2017

Posted 18.08.17 by Leigh

Jason Blunt has recently announced that he will embark on a European tour in October and November 2017, in order to promote his latest album. Entitled ‘The Afterlove’, the album was officially released on the 24th March 2017 and it has hit the Top Ten in most European countries. The Afterlove Tour will reach three cities in Italy, with Rome being the first (12th November at the Palalottomatica), followed by Florence... [Read more]

Monet Exhibition In Rome

Posted 11.08.17 by Leigh

From the 19th October visitors of the Complesso Del Vittoriano (Ala Brisini) in Rome can see an exhibition dedicated to the father of Impressionism, namely the one and only Oscar-Claude Monet. The Monet Exhibition, conceived and administered by Marianne Mathieu, presents about sixty pieces of some of his best pieces of work. They have been loaned from the Musée Marmottan Monet in Paris... [Read more]

National Gallery Of Modern Art In Rome

Posted 04.08.17 by Leigh

The National Gallery of Modern Art in Rome was established in 1883 and originally located in the Palazzo delle Esposizioni until 1915; it was founded a few years after the unification of Italy, when Rome became the capital Kingdom of Italy. The ‘Galleria nazionale d'arte moderna e contemporanea’ (its full name in Italian) was conceived in order to house the newly unified Italian state’s most important contemporary... [Read more]

Cross The Streets Exhibition In Rome 2017

Posted 28.07.17 by Leigh

The Cross The Streets exhibition in Rome takes place at the MACRO Museum of Contemporary Art until the 1st October 2017. This multimedia exhibition is a collection of street art and writings which convey the 40 years of history of this urban spectacular. Once a counterculture, which has now largely gone mainstream, street art is a unique avant-garde art movement that unifies youth, minorities and the marginalised... [Read more]

Hollywood Icons Exhibition In Rome

Posted 21.07.17 by Leigh

The Hollywood Icons Exhibition in Rome takes place at the Palazzo delle Esposizioni until the 17th September 2017. The exhibition, from the John Kobal Foundation, comprises around 160 images by more than 50 photographers. The portraits have been organised in decades, from the silent 1920s right through to the swinging 1960s, presenting the most prominent names in motion picture history. Starting with silent... [Read more]

Silvano Toti Globe Theatre In Rome

Posted 14.07.17 by Leigh

The open-air Silvano Toti Globe Theatre in Rome is located in the beautiful gardens of Villa Borghese in the centre of the Italian capital. The theatre was built in 2003 thanks to funding from the Silvano Toti Foundation and it was designed as a reproduction of the world’s most famous theatre of the Elizabethan period, the Globe Theatre in London, which was originally built in 1599. The Silvano Toti Globe has a... [Read more]

Gay Village 2017 In Rome

Posted 07.07.17 by Leigh

The Gay Village in Rome is a summertime festival which is now into its 16th year. The 2017 Village is held at the 'Parco del Ninfeo' in the EUR district in the south of the city. The Gay Village is open to all, homosexual, heterosexual, metrosexual, asexual, etc and aims to promote the concept of having fun and enjoyment, while also raising public awareness on the issue of homophobic discrimination... [Read more]

Just Music Festival 2017 In Rome

Posted 30.06.17 by Leigh

The third edition of the Just Music Festival in Rome began on the 20th June and ends on the 9th July and takes place in three or Rome's main venues – MAXXI Museo, Ex Dogana and Spazio Novecento – all of which have an exhilarating acoustic ambience. The Just Music Festival is a leading international music festival that, every year, transforms Rome into the stage of a big contemporary event: DJ sets... [Read more]

Caracalla Opera Summer Season 2017 In Rome

Posted 16.06.17 by Leigh

The Caracalla Opera Summer Season 2017 is to commence on the 13th June at the beautiful Baths of Caracalla. The setting of the stage is open air, making Caracalla a unique and truly sensational place to watch some of the best opera in the city. This summer's list of operas performed by Rome's Teatro dell'Opera includes Carmen (28th June - 4th August), Tosca (8th July - 8th August) and Nabucco... [Read more]

Giovanni Boldini Exhibition In Rome

Posted 09.06.17 by Leigh

The Giovanni Boldini Exhibition takes place at Rome's Complesso del Vittoriano - Ala Brasini in Rome from the 4th March to the 16th July 2017. It is one of the most comprehensive and spectacular retrospectives to be held in recent years. It features the most representative oils and pastels in Boldini's oeuvre and works by other artists who were his contemporaries, as well as a small selection of... [Read more]

Rock In Roma 2017 Festival In Rome

Posted 02.06.17 by Leigh

The line-up for Rock In Roma 2017 is now almost complete! The event has become one of Italy's largest music festivals and attracts around 300,000 music fans from all over Italy and the world. And this 2017 version looks likely to be the best yet. Over 15 concerts have already been organised over the Summer months at Rome's Ippodromo delle Capannelle in the south-east of Rome on the Via Appia Nuova... [Read more]

Spring Attitude Festival 2017 Rome

Posted 19.05.17 by Leigh

This year's edition of the Spring Attitude Festival takes place at the MAXXI National Museum and the Guido Reni District, an old industrial building that is now used as an art space. This is one of Rome's most prestigious annual electronic festivals which has hosted some of Europe's top electronic music acts, such as Air and Four Tet. Now in its eighth year, the festival is going from strength to strength... [Read more]

Giomici Castle Our New Property In Umbria

Posted 12.05.17 by Leigh

We at Roma Termini Suites are very excited to introduce you to our latest property and venture, a medieval castle located in the alluring countryside of Umbria! Giomici Castle, located in the heart of Umbria, between Perugia, Assisi and Gubbio, dates back to the 11th century and was originally built to defend the Chiascio Valley from attacks from the nearby towns. It is set on the top of a hill... [Read more]

Rome International Photography Festival 2015

Posted 06.11.15 by Leigh

The fourteenth edition of the 'International Photography Festival' takes place at the MACRO (Museo d’Arte Contemporanea di Roma) until the 17th January 2016. This edition's theme is 'The Present' and to paraphrase the event's press release, its aim is to use photography to fix and define the... [Read more]

Simply Red In Rome

Posted 30.10.15 by Leigh

One of Great Britain's most famous pop / soul bands are back on tour after a very long hiatus. Simply Red return to the stage for a 30th anniversary world tour entitled the 'Big Love Tour 2015'. They are playing in Rome on the 14th November at the Palalottomatica as part of the tour. Headed... [Read more]

Artigiani Del Vino Exhibition In Rome

Posted 26.10.15 by Leigh

Italy is the world's second largest wine producer (2013: 4,107,370 tonnes), just slightly behind France in the world rankings. Italians are not large alcohol consumers, but wine is the preferred tipple to accompany a typical lunch or dinner, whether taken at home or outside; in a restaurant... [Read more]

Rome Outdoor Festival 2015

Posted 16.10.15 by Leigh

Contemporary street art comes to Rome in October 2015 in the form of the 'Outdoor Festival' 2015; an urban art and culture festival which is now in its sixth edition and takes place at the Ex-Caserma Guido Reni (old army barracks), close to the city's modern MAXXI museum. The Ex-Caserma is... [Read more]

Rome Film Fest 2015

Posted 09.10.15 by Leigh

The Rome Film Fest 2015 takes place in the Italian capital in October, from the 16th to the 24th, and is now in its tenth edition. The festival's official name in Italian is 'Festival Internationale del Film di Roma' and although a relatively young film festival, it has quickly gained... [Read more]

Eros Ramazzotti In Rome

Posted 02.10.15 by Leigh

International pop star Eros Ramazzotti plays in Rome at the Palalottomatica on the 14th October 2015 as a part of his 'Perfetto' world tour. The Italian musician and singer-songwriter, whose full name is Eros Luciano Walter Ramazzotti, was born in Rome, Italy on the 28th October 1963... [Read more]

Romics Exhibition In Rome

Posted 25.09.15 by Leigh

If you are a fan of comics, animation and gaming of any type and are in Rome between the 1st and 4th October 2015, then you should visit the Fiera Roma, where the biannual Romics comic convention takes place. This is its 15th edition and part of the exhibition is dedicated... [Read more]

Capitoline Museums In Rome

Posted 19.09.15 by Leigh

The Capitoline Museums comprise of four grand buildings; Palazzo Senatorio, Palazzo dei Conservatori, Palazzo Nuovo and Palazzo Caffarelli-Clementino. The first three are located on the Capitoline Hill at Piazza del Campidoglio and are interlinked by an underground... [Read more]

Mika In Rome

Posted 04.09.15 by Leigh

International pop star Mika plays in Rome at the Palalottomatica on the 29th September as a part of his world tour. Stylised as MIKA, he shot to fame with a string of hits and was nominated for several music awards throughout his music career, several of which he won... [Read more]

Ostia Antica

Posted 21.08.15 by Leigh

If you are looking for a sightseeing day outside of Rome during your stay in the Eternal City, then Ostia Antica should definitely be on your list. Easily reachable - there are trains more or less every 15 minutes during peak times - this ancient city is comparable to a... [Read more]

RomaEuropa Festival 2015 In Rome

Posted 14.08.15 by Leigh

As far back as 1985, the RomaEuropa Festival has been a yearly event that brings together a fascinating selection of world class events from the arts sector, including dance, theatre, contemporary circus, art, technology and music. RomaEuropa Festival 2015 is the... [Read more]

Food Exhibition In Rome

Posted 07.08.15 by Leigh

One of Rome's largest museums, the MAXXI National Museum of 21st Century Art, is showing an interesting exhibition about food, simply entitled FOOD. Dal cucchiaio al mondo (from the spoon to the world). The exhibition's blurb states that it is 'An exhibition that... [Read more]

Along The Tiber... A River Of Culture Rome 2015

Posted 24.07.15 by Leigh

The River Tiber flows through the middle of Rome, separating the Vatican City, which lies on the left/west side, from the historical centre of the Eternal City, which is located on the right/east side of the Tiber. For the last 12 years the walkways along the river have been... [Read more]

Björk In Rome 29th July 2015 Auditorium

Posted 17.07.15 by Leigh

Iceland's most famous female singer returns to Rome on the 29th July. Björk Guðmundsdóttir, more commonly known as Björk, plays at the Auditorium Parco della Musica in Rome for one night only at the end of July. The ex-Sugarcubes singer shot to international stardom in 1992... [Read more]

Rome Festivals: Eutropia 2015 In Rome

Posted 10.07.15 by Leigh

During the Summer and warmer evenings, Rome really becomes alfresco with a wide selection of events taking place all over the city. Many are sponsored by the City of Rome Council when it rolls out its varied 'Estate Romana/Roman Summer' program. Eutropia 2015 - The Other City... [Read more]

Gay Village 2015 In Rome

Posted 26.06.15 by Leigh

The Gay Village in Rome is a summertime festival which is now into its 14th year. The 2015 Village is held at the 'Parco del Ninfeo' in the EUR district in the south of the city. The Village is open to all, homosexual, heterosexual, metrosexual, asexual, etc and aims to... [Read more]

Rome Attractions Campo de' Fiori

Posted 12.06.15 by Leigh

Campo de' Fiori (Field of Flowers) is one of Rome's most famous piazzas or squares and lies in the centre of the historic centre. This rectangular square lies south of another of the city's famous squares, namely Piazza Navona. Its name originates from the Middle Ages... [Read more]

Rome Fringe Festival 2015

Posted 05.06.15 by Leigh

The fourth edition of the Rome Fringe Festival takes place just off the River Tiber, in the grounds of Hadrian's Mausoleum (Giardini di Castel Sant'Angelo - Parco della Mole Adriana), on Rome's left bank. This 5-week extravaganza will be showcasing some of the most... [Read more]

Rome Attractions Saint Peter In Chains

Posted 29.05.15 by Leigh

Saint Peter In Chains (San Pietro in Vincoli) is a minor basilica located in the historic centre of Rome, close to Cavour metro station and not far from the Colosseum. Also known as the Basilica Eudoxiana, it was consecrated in 439AD by Sixtus III and it houses the... [Read more]

Baroque Celebrations Exhibition In Rome

Posted 22.05.15 by Leigh

The Museo di Roma (Palazzo Braschi: Piazza di S. Pantaleo) has a new exhibition entitled 'Baroque Celebrations' which finishes on the 26th July. Baroque style was founded in Rome in the 17th century and spread throughout Europe. The style is characterised by its use of... [Read more]

Porta Di Roma Live 2015

Posted 15.05.15 by Leigh

With Summer just around the corner, the Italian capital is heating up with some great upcoming family entertainment, such as the successful Porta Di Roma Live event, which attracted over 60,000 spectators last year. This year, Porta Di Roma Live 2015 runs... [Read more]

Rock In Roma 2015

Posted 08.05.15 by Leigh

The line-up for Rock In Roma 2015 is now almost complete! The event has become one of Italy's largest music festivals and attracts around 300, 000 music fans from all over Italy and the world. And this 2015 version looks likely to be the best yet. Over 20 concerts... [Read more]

Caracalla Opera Summer Season 2015 In Rome

Posted 01.05.15 by Leigh

The Caracalla Opera Summer Season 2015 is to commence on the 23rd June at the beautiful Baths of Caracalla. The setting of the stage is open air, making Caracalla a unique and truly sensational place to watch some of the best opera in the city. The season opens... [Read more]

Rome Attractions Pyramid of Cestius

Posted 24.04.15 by Leigh

Rome, the capital of Italy, is of course steeped in history with Ancient Roman architect and ruins scattered throughout the Eternal City. However, slightly to the south of the historic centre, near the Testaccio district, is an Ancient Egyptian style pyramid... [Read more]

Rome Activities NordicWalkInRome 2015

Posted 18.04.15 by Leigh

After the success of the 2014 version, the second edition of the 'NORDICWALKINROME' takes place over two days, during the weekend of the 30th/31st May 2015. On the first day, there will be a full array of lessons in Nordic Walking at the Nordic Walking Village... [Read more]

The Age Of Anxiety From Commodus to Diocletian Exhibition In Rome

Posted 10.04.15 by Leigh

As a part of the four-part exhibition of 'I Giorni di Roma', the Musei Capitolini are holding an exhibition entitled 'The Age Of Anxiety From Commodus to Diocletian (180-305 AD)' until the 4th October 2015. The exhibition concentrates on the time around the... [Read more]

Rome International Festival of Dance 2015

Posted 03.04.15 by Leigh

The Rome International Festival of Dance 2015 begins in March and ends mid May (17th) and is being held at the Teatro Olimpico in the northern district of Flaminio, Rome. Now in its fifth year, five companies from different backgrounds and artistic training... [Read more]

Rome Exhibition: RomArt 2015 International Biennial of Art and Culture

Posted 27.03.15 by Leigh

The futuristic exhibition space of the Nuova Fiera di Roma (New Fair of Rome) hosts the first edition of 'RomArt 2015. International Biennial of Art and Culture' between the 15th and 18th May 2015. Over four days the Eternal City will be the focal point... [Read more]

Matisse Arabesque Exhibition In Rome

Posted 20.03.15 by Leigh

The Scuderie del Quirinale (Quirinal Stables or also Papal Stables) in Rome are playing host to a new art exhibition called 'Matisse. Arabesque' which is curated by Ester Coen. Henri-Émile-Benoît Matisse was born 31st December 1869 in Le Cateau Cambrésis... [Read more]

Esposizione Universale Roma. A New City From Fascism To The 1960s

Posted 13.03.15 by Leigh

The 'Esposizione Universale Roma. A New City From Fascism To The 1960s' documentary exhibition is being held at the Ara Pacis Museum until the 14th June 2015. This southern district of Rome was originally chosen by Benito Mussolini as the city's district to be... [Read more]

Spandau Ballet In Rome

Posted 06.03.15 by Leigh

Originally formed in 1979 in London, United Kingdom as a New Wave/Synth Pop band, Spandau Ballet return to the stage in Rome after reforming back in 2009. The tour, 'Soul Boys Of The Western World Tour', is named after the recent documentary released... [Read more]

Dinosaurs In The Flesh Exhibition In Rome

Posted 27.02.15 by Leigh

The Paleontological Association (APPI), founded in 2009, is an Italian association that is keen on popularising the sciences that study our prehistoric world, through exhibitions, conferences and publications. Their main aim is to become a benchmark... [Read more]

Rome Marathon 2015

Posted 20.02.15 by Leigh

The 2015 Rome Marathon takes place on Sunday, the 22nd March 2015, the day after the final matches of the Six Nations Rugby Championship. The marathon has increased in popularity over the years and in 2014 there were 14,875 finishers in windy and rainy... [Read more]

Rugby Six Nations 2015 In Rome

Posted 13.02.15 by Leigh

The annual RBS Six Nations Rugby Championship has now began. Tagged as being Rugby's 'Greatest Championship', the city of Rome hosts the country's home matches. Italy's home matches are at the glorius Stadio Olimpico, where the 1960 Summer Olympics... [Read more]

Bellissima. Italy And High Fashion 1945-1968 Exhibition In Rome

Posted 06.02.15 by Leigh

Italy is known worldwide for its creative flair and one of the best loved Italian designer creations is its haute couture. High fashion is synonymous with Italy and to celebrate a specific period of its success the MAXXI National Museum of the 21st... [Read more]

Numbers. Everything That Counts, From Zero To Infinity Exhibition In Rome

Posted 29.01.15 by Leigh

The Palazzo delle Esposizioni in Rome is showing an interesting exhibition project dedicated to the world of numbers, in the broadest sense of the term. Entitled 'Numbers. Everything That Counts, From Zero To Infinity', the exhibitions runs... [Read more]

Rome Exhibition From Guercino To Caravaggio In Rome

Posted 23.01.15 by Leigh

The 'From Guercino To Caravaggio' exhibition takes place at the Palazzo Barberini in the historic centre of Rome. The full title of the exhibition is 'From Guercino To Caravaggio. Sir Denis Mahon And Seventeenth Century Italian Art', as it is... [Read more]

Rome Exhibition Beverly Pepper Ara Pacis In Rome

Posted 16.01.15 by Leigh

Beverly Pepper, born in 1922, is an American sculptress who is known for her land art and public urban sculptures, but she is independent from any specific artistic movement. Her debut was actually in Rome, in 1962, with an exhibit of several... [Read more]

National Geographic Italia The Future Of Food Exhibition In Rome

Posted 09.01.15 by Leigh

National Geographic Italia are hosting an interesting exhibition at the Palazzo delle Esposizioni entitled 'The Future Of Food' until March 1st 2015. Food is essential to life and in the 21st century it still remains one of the world's... [Read more]

Rome Exhibition Baroque Underworld. Vice And Destitution In Rome

Posted 02.01.15 by Leigh

There is still time to visit the 'The Baroque Underworld', which is being hosted by the Accademia di Francia (French Academy) at the Villa Medici until the 18th January 2015. The exhibition is dedicated to the dark side and underclasses of... [Read more]

Rome Christmas Markets 2014

Posted 23.12.14 by Leigh

Christmas is almost upon us and Rome has 'dressed up' for the festive season to delight tourists and Romans alike. Many of the Eternal City's piazzas host colourful festive Christmas markets offering browsers a true Christmas atmosphere... [Read more]

We Run Rome 2014 In Rome

Posted 19.12.14 by Leigh

We Run Rome 2014 is an annual 10-kilometre marathon, sponsored by Nike, which is now in its fourth year. The mini-marathon is held on the Festival of Saint Sylvester (New Year's Eve) and is scheduled to start at 3:30pm. Rome of course offers... [Read more]

Rome Festivals Christmas At The Auditorium In Rome

Posted 09.12.14 by Leigh

The Parco della Musica Auditorium in Rome will be celebrating the Christmas spirit from the 6th December to the 6th January with its annual 'Christmas At The Auditorium Rome' programme. The programme is aimed at visitors of all ages... [Read more]

Rome Exhibition Mario Sironi 1885-1961

Posted 11.10.14 by Leigh

The Rome exhibition 'Mario Sironi 1885-1961 Exhibition is being held at the Complesso del Vittoriano (Piazza Venezia) from the 4th October 2014 to the 8th February 2015. Mario Sironi, who was born in Sardinia, Italy, is regarded as one... [Read more]

Rome Exhibition Tiepolo Colours Of Drawings

Posted 11.10.14 by Leigh

A new exhibition has just started at the Capitoline Museums which is entitled 'Tiepolo I Colori Del Disegno' (Tiepolo Colours Of Drawings). Giambattista Tiepolo was one of the greatest engravers and painters of eighteenth-century... [Read more]

Rome Attractions Spanish Steps

Posted 03.10.14 by Leigh

One of the most iconic and picturesque scenes in Rome is no doubt the area of the Spanish Steps, a popular meeting place and a great opportunity for a photo moment. The Spanish Steps are located in the heart of the historic centre... [Read more]

Rome Exhibition Escher

Posted 03.10.14 by Leigh

Maurits Cornelis Escher, more commonly know as M.C. Escher, was a famous graphic artist from the Netherlands who is best known for his woodcuts, lithographs, and mezzotints, which were usually mathematically and geometrically inspired... [Read more]

Roman Cuisine Panna Cotta

Posted 22.09.14 by Leigh

The last Roman cuisine blog was a short introduction to one of Italy's best loved desserts, tiramisu, and this week we follow up with another world famous Italian 'dolce', Panna Cotta. A simple but very tasty dessert, Panna Cotta... [Read more]

Rome Exhibition Henri Cartier-Bresson

Posted 22.09.14 by Leigh

Henri Cartier-Bresson is considered worldwide to be the father of photojournalism. The French photographer, born in Chanteloup-en-Brie in 1908, adopted the 35mm camera and became the master of candid photography. Ten years after his death... [Read more]

Rome European Heritage Days 2014

Posted 09.09.14 by Leigh

If you are in Rome during the 20th and/or 21st September you should take note that it is European Heritage Day for these two days. This means that many of the state-owned historical sites and tourist attractions are free to visitors... [Read more]

Roman Cuisine Tiramisu

Posted 09.09.14 by Leigh

A meal in a Roman restaurant often involves four courses, a starter, followed by pasta, which is followed by meat or a fish dish until finally we reach the last course, dessert or 'dolce' in Italian. Italy's most well-known dessert... [Read more]

Inspiral Carpets In Rome

Posted 04.09.14 by Leigh

The recently reformed Madchester band Inspiral Carpets play a one-off date at the hip club 'Circolo degli Artisti' in Rome, Italy. Originally formed back in 1983 they came to fame several years later with the explosion of... [Read more]

Rome Exhibtitions Hans Memling Flemish Renaissance

Posted 04.09.14 by Leigh

The Scuderie del Quirinale (Quirinal Stables or also Papal Stables) in Rome are playing host to a new art Exhibition called 'Hans Memling. Rinascimento Fiammingo' (Hans Memling. Flemish Renaissance) which is dedicatedn... [Read more]

Rome Exhibtitions The Colours Of The Ara Pacis

Posted 23.08.14 by Leigh

After the success of the first show of 'The Colours Of The Ara Pacis' to commemorate the death of Emperor Augustus the light projections return on Fridays and Saturdays until the 6th September. Complementing the exhibition... [Read more]

Rome Festivals Roma Summer Jazz Fest In Rome

Posted 23.08.14 by Leigh

Jazz music has arrived in Rome until 11th September in the form of the Roma Summer Jazz Fest Rome. This intimate festival is located at the courtyard of 51A Via Margutta, a location that was made famous as a set in the successful film 'Roman Holiday'... [Read more]

Rome District San Lorenzo

Posted 17.08.14 by Leigh

San Lorenzo is a district in the centre of Rome that lies just north of the Eternal city's main train station, Termini, and roughly occupies both of the sides of the early stretch of Via Tiburtina. It has always been associated as a working class... [Read more]

Rome Attractions: Doria Pamphilj Gallery

Posted 17.08.14 by Leigh

The Doria Pamphilj Gallery is one of Italy's largest privately-owned art collections and it is housed in the eponymous 'palazzo' which lies between the Via Del Corso and Via della Gatta streets in the historic centre of Rome. The collection began... [Read more]

Rome Bike Tours By Night From BiciRoma

Posted 08.08.14 by Leigh

A great way to tour the beautiful city of Rome while also doing some exercise is by bicycle. Throughout October (2014) and with the collaboration of Rome City Council, BiciRoma is offering evening tours of the city's most famous attractions... [Read more]

Rome Festivals Maker Faire The European Edition In Rome

Posted 08.08.14 by Leigh

For those who enjoy technology, gadgets and innovations then you should not miss the 'Maker Faire The European Edition Rome' which takes place from the 3rd October to the 5th October (2014) at the Auditorium Parco della Musica in the north... [Read more]

Rome Festivals Caput Lucis Fireworks At Rainbow Magicland In Rome

Posted 01.08.14 by Leigh

Rainbow Magicland is a family theme park located in Valmontone, approximately 30 miles (50 kilometres) south-east of Rome. With 40 attractions and shows available, the park offers the ideal day out of Rome for both tourists and locals... [Read more]

Rome Festivals Eutropia In Rome

Posted 01.08.14 by Leigh

Rome is of course well known for its Ancient Roman sights and religious tourist attractions, however it does also offer a vast array of more contemporary attractions and events. This is especially so during the summer months, when the City... [Read more]

Rome Festivals Gasometro 2.0 In Rome

Posted 25.07.14 by Leigh

Gasometro 2.0 is a part of the 'Estate Romana/Roman Summer' program of summer events sponsored by the City Council of Rome. Named after the large gasometer nearby (Italgas), 2014 is its second year in a row and it aims to be more successful... [Read more]

Roman Cuisine Bruschetta

Posted 25.07.14 by Leigh

'Bruschetta' is a simple, but tasty starter found in many Italian restaurants throughout the world. This bread-based appetizer is thought to have originally come from Ancient Rome, when olive growers would toast their bread and use... [Read more]

Arenas Of Rome Film Festival In Rome

Posted 18.07.14 by Leigh

Cinema has always been popular in Rome and no doubt because the city is also home to the country's largest filming studios, Cinecittà Studios. From 28th June to the 14th September the city hosts its 'Le Arene Di Roma/The Arenas Of Rome'... [Read more]

Rome Festivals: Villa d'Este At Night In Tivoli

Posted 18.07.14 by Leigh

Villa d'Este lies in the ancient town of Tivoli, just outside Rome, and has just began its rich program of summer events under the title of 'Villa d'Este Di Notte/Villa d'Este At Night'. This UNESCO World Heritage Site will offer... [Read more]

Gay Village 2014 In Rome

Posted 11.07.14 by Leigh

The Gay Village in Rome is a summertime festival which is now into its 13th year. The 2014 Village is held at the 'Parco del Ninfeo' in the EUR district in the south of the city. The Village is open to all, homosexual and... [Read more]

Summer Nights At Hadrian's Mausoleum In Rome

Posted 11.07.14 by Leigh

Hadrian's Mausoleum (Castel Sant'Angelo in Italian) in Rome is a must-see sight when visiting the Eternal City. It is one of the largest funerary monuments in Italy and construction was commissioned by Emperor Hadrian... [Read more]

Rome Festivals: Rome Fringe Festival 2014

Posted 07.07.14 by Leigh

The third edition of the Rome Fringe Festival takes place in the San Lorenzo district of the Italian capital, just north-east of the the city's main train station, Termini. This 5-week extravaganza will be showcasing some of... [Read more]

Silvano Toti Globe Theatre Season 2014 In Rome

Posted 07.07.14 by Leigh

The 8th July 2014 sees the re-opening of the Silvano Toti Globe Theatre which lies in the grounds of Villa Borghese in Rome. This year the performers dedicate this season to one of the theatre's greatest protagonists, Riccardo... [Read more]

Rome Festivals: Estate Romana

Posted 27.06.14 by Leigh

It may be hot and humid in Rome during the summer and a lot of the local population travel outside the city for their summer holidays, but it is also a period where there are many events taking place in the Italian capital. One of the... [Read more]

Vasco Rossi In Rome

Posted 27.06.14 by Leigh

Italian singer Vasco Rossi, also nicknamed 'Il Blasco', is returning to Rome on tour and playing three concerts at the Stadio Olimpico in the Italian capital. Born in the Emilia-Romagna region of Italy, the singer declared in 2011... [Read more]

Rome Accommodation: B&B Circus Maximus In Rome

Posted 23.06.14 by Leigh

B&B Circus Maximus is a recently opened bed and breakfast ideally located in the historic centre of Rome. The property is named after the ancient Roman attraction that lies nearby, Circus Maximus, Ancient Rome's largest stadium... [Read more]

Rome Information: Free Wi-Fi

Posted 20.06.14 by Leigh

Nowadays it is often very difficult to think of a world where we do not have access to the internet at our fingertips. However, when on holiday this can often be the case, unless we are willing to pay some often extortionate... [Read more]

Rome Festivals: International Festival Of Villa Adriana

Posted 20.06.14 by Leigh

The Ancient Roman Villa Adriana hosts its sixth edition of the 'International Festival of Villa Adriana', offering theatre, dance and music in a spectacular setting in Tivoli, just north-east of Rome. Built by Emperor... [Read more]

Rome District Vatican

Posted 13.06.14 by Leigh

The Vatican City State is officially not a part of Rome, or even Italy, but is in its own right a sovereign-city state. With an area of just 0.44 square kilometres, the Vatican is often cited as the smallest country... [Read more]

Wine Exhibition Vinòforum Spazio Del Gusto In Rome

Posted 13.06.14 by Leigh

Wine lovers should not miss out on the eleventh edition of the 'Vinòforum Spazio Del Gusto' Rome (English: Wineforum Area Of Taste), which is located near the River Tiber in the northern suburb of Farnesina... [Read more]

Roman Cuisine Fiori Di Zucca Fritti

Posted 06.06.14 by Leigh

Fiori Di Zucca Fritti (English: Fried Courgette Blossoms) is a speciality antipasto dish from Rome, which uses the flower part of the courgette/zucchini. You may have actually never seen this part of the... [Read more]

Exhibition 1564-2014 Michelangelo Meet A Universal Artist In Rome

Posted 06.06.14 by Leigh

he year 2014 marks the 450th anniversary of the death of one of Italy's best known and admired artists, that is Michelangelo Buonarroti, whose full name was Michelangelo di Lodovico Buonarroti... [Read more]

Massive Attack In Rome

Posted 30.05.14 by Leigh

It has been four years since influential British group Massive Attack have toured Italy. However, on the 8th July 20014 they will be performing at the Parco Della Musica in Rome – a show not to... [Read more]

Rome Tourist Information Roma Pass Discount Card

Posted 30.05.14 by Leigh

If you are visiting Rome and wishing to see many of the Eternal City's museums, monuments and archaeological sites, then you should consider purchasing the Roma Pass discount card. The scheme... [Read more]

Rome District Fiumicino Airport

Posted 23.05.14 by Leigh

Lying 35 kilometres (21 miles) southwest of Rome, Fiumicino – Leonardo da Vinci International Airport (Italian: Fiumicino – Aeroporto Internazionale Leonardo da Vinci), as it is officially known... [Read more]

International Literature Festival Of Rome - 13th Edition

Posted 23.05.14 by Leigh

The International Literature Festival Of Rome returns to the Italian capital on the 27th May at a new location, moving from Basilica of Maxentius to the picturesque Piazza del Campidoglio... [Read more]

Rome District EUR (Esposizione Universale Roma)

Posted 16.05.14 by Leigh

The EUR district in Rome lies to the south of the historical centre and is mainly an 'out-of-town' business and residential area but with some interesting points of interest. EUR stands for... [Read more]

Shopping In Rome Via Del Corso

Posted 16.05.14 by Leigh

One of the main shopping streets that many Romans frequent is Via Del Corso which lies in the heart of the historic centre. It is also a notable street due to the fact, that in an area where roads... [Read more]

Rome District Termini

Posted 09.05.14 by Leigh

The area around Termini Train Station in Rome, the city's main transport hub, has become a popular site for the accommodation sector, with several new hotels, B&Bs, guest houses, etc opening up there... [Read more]

Caracalla Opera Summer Season 2014 In Rome

Posted 09.05.14 by Leigh

The Caracalla Opera Summer Season 2014 is to commence on the 24th June at the beautiful Baths of Caracalla. The setting of the stage is open air, making Caracalla a unique and truly sensational place to watch... [Read more]

Roman Cuisine Filetti Di Baccalà Alla Romana

Posted 05.05.14 by Leigh

Although fish is not a major part of the Roman diet as in other Italian regions, the Filetti Di Baccalà Alla Romana (English: Cod Fillet Roman Style) is however a very popular 'antipasto' and snack which... [Read more]

MayBRome Beer Festival In Rome

Posted 05.05.14 by Leigh

From the 9th to the 11th May the Ippodromo delle Capannelle will be transformed into a themed village dedicated to high quality, artisan beer. Entitled 'MayBRome', several Italian breweries have been selected... [Read more]

Rome Activities Nordic Walking

Posted 25.04.14 by Leigh

On the 14 and 15 June 2014 Rome will host its first 'NORDICWALKINROME' which is a new initiative (although Venice already had its third edition in 2013) that is to promote well-being combined with cultural... [Read more]

Warhol Exhibition In Rome

Posted 25.04.14 by Leigh

The Father of Pop Art, Andy Warhol, needs very little introduction and the American artist has a new exhibition dedicated to him and his works in Rome, Italy. Simply entitled 'Warhol', the exhibition is... [Read more]

Rome Attractions Archbasilica of St. John Lateran

Posted 22.04.14 by Leigh

Consecrated in 324 A.D., the Archbasilica of St. John Lateran (Italian: Arcibasilica Papale Di San Giovanni In Laterano) is in fact the official ecclesiastical seat of the Bishop of Rome who of course is the... [Read more]

Roman Cuisine Coda Alla Vaccinara

Posted 22.04.14 by Leigh

Another authentic dish which can be found in traditional Roman restaurants is Coda Alla Vaccinara, or in English 'Oxtail Stew Butcher's Style'. The dish originates back to when it was customary to pay cattle... [Read more]

Pasolini Roma Exhibition In Rome

Posted 22.04.14 by Leigh

The exhibition Pasolini Roma (English: Pasolini Rome) focuses on one of Italy's most famous and well-regarded film directors, Pier Paolo Pasolini, who was also known as a poet, writer and intellectual... [Read more]

The Etruscans And The Mediterranean Exhibition In Rome

Posted 22.04.14 by Leigh

'Gli Etruschi E Il Mediterraneo' (English: The Etruscans And The Mediterranean) is an exhibition in conjunction with the Musée du Louvre-Lens that presents the ancient Etruscan civilisation through the... [Read more]

Shopping In Rome Via Dei Condotti

Posted 22.04.14 by Leigh

Rome may not be as well known or popular as Milan for shopping but the Italian capital still has some excellent treats for shopaholics or those who just enjoy a bit of window shopping. Via Dei Condotti is... [Read more]

Rome Attractions Piazza Navona

Posted 13.04.14 by Leigh

Piazza Navona in Rome is one of the Italian capital's most well-known squares, Piazza being the Italian word for 'square'. The piazza is located on the same site as the Stadium of Domitian which was built... [Read more]

Non Basta Ricordare Exhibition In Rome

Posted 11.04.14 by Leigh

The Rome exhibition Non Basta Ricordare (English: Remembering Is Not Enough) is located at the MAXXI National Museum Of XXI Century Arts in the Flaminio district of the Eternal City. The exhibition features... [Read more]

Cinecittà Shows Off Exhibition In Rome

Posted 11.04.14 by Leigh

Cinecittà (English: Cinema City) are the large film studios in Rome that were founded by Benito Mussolini in 1937. It is considered to be the home of Italian Cinema and many of the country's most successful... [Read more]

Roman Cuisine Carciofi Alla Giudìa

Posted 11.04.14 by Leigh

Carciofi Alla Giudìa (Italian: Carciofi Alla Giudea), which literally translated from the Roman dialect means 'Jewish-style artichokes' is an 'antipasto' (starter) that originates from the Roman Ghetto... [Read more]

Rome District Testaccio

Posted 11.04.14 by Leigh

The area of Testaccio in Rome lies on the east bank of the River Tiber in the south of the city centre district. It is the city's 20th rione (district) and was named after Monte Testaccio, a large... [Read more]

Rome District Trastevere

Posted 07.04.14 by Leigh

The district of Trastevere is the 13th rione (district) of Rome and lies on the left (west) bank of the River Tiber; it is well served by public transport. The area was originally populated by the ancient... [Read more]

Roman Cuisine Abbacchio A Scottadito

Posted 07.04.14 by Leigh

Abbacchio A Scottadito (marinated lamb cutlets in English) is another popular dish in Rome's Lazio region. The dish's name literally means 'little lamb à la burning finger' in the Romanesco dialect... [Read more]

Roman Cuisine Bucatini Alla Amatriciana

Posted 07.04.14 by Leigh

Bucatini Alla Amatriciana is a traditional pasta dish that originates from the Lazio region and is a very popular dish with Romans. Bucatini itself is a type of pasta very similar to spaghetti but... [Read more]

Metallica In Rome

Posted 07.04.14 by Leigh

The undisputed kings of Heavy Metal, Metallica, return to Italy in July to headline Sonisphere, as a part of Rock In Roma festival, in the capital. This is there only Italian date and it has been... [Read more]

Festival Suona Francese (French Sound) In Rome

Posted 07.04.14 by Leigh

Not so much as an Italian festival, but a French Pop music festival, Festival Suona Francese (French Sound) Rome is sponsored by the Institut Français in Italy and takes place from the 20th March... [Read more]

Roman Cuisine Saltimbocca Alla Romana

Posted 28.03.14 by Leigh

Italian cuisine is one of the most well-known and well-loved cuisines in many parts of the world, be it pasta, pizza, ice-cream, etc. The Romans are also very fond of their food, like every part of... [Read more]

Rolling Stones In Rome

Posted 28.03.14 by Leigh

The Rolling Stones will be coming to Rome on the 22nd June to play at the Circus Maximus! This is the only Italian date of their '14 on Fire' World Tour, so tickets will sell like hot cakes. Pre-sale tickets... [Read more]

Rome Attractions Janiculum Hill

Posted 28.03.14 by Leigh

The Janiculum Hill in Rome (Italian: Gianicolo) is often called the 'Eighth Hill of Rome', as it lies just outside the ancient city's walls and was not part of the 'Seven Hills of Rome' which formed... [Read more]

Roman Cuisine Ice-Cream

Posted 28.03.14 by Leigh

n Rome and indeed throughout Italy, you will see Ice-cream parlours everywhere, and like all things linked to cuisine in Italy, it almost seems a national obsession. The parlours usually sell delicious... [Read more]

Forum Of Augustus 2000 Years Later Exhibition In Rome

Posted 28.03.14 by Leigh

To coincide with the two thousandth anniversary of the death of Emperor Augustus (19th of August, 14 AD), as well as the 2767th birthday of Rome, a spectacular light display, Forum Of Augustus 2000... [Read more]

Masterpieces From The Musée D'Orsay Exhibition In Rome

Posted 21.03.14 by Leigh

For the first time ever, Rome will be host to the Masterpieces From The Musée D'Orsay (Musée D'Orsay. Capolavori.) exhibition which is located at the Complesso del Vittoriano. The exhibition showcases... [Read more]

Il Circo Degli Orrori Show In Rome

Posted 21.03.14 by Leigh

Il Circo Degli Orrori Show is taking place in Rome until the 6th April 2014. An enjoyable show that is an ironic, fun throwback to fifties-style horror films. The show originates from Madrid, Spain... [Read more]

Evening Visits At The Vatican Museums

Posted 21.03.14 by Leigh

The Vatican Museumsare glad to inform visitors that during 2014 access will be granted for visits on Fridays after sunset during certain parts of the year, that is every Friday from May 2nd... [Read more]

Rome Attractions Circus Maximus

Posted 21.03.14 by Leigh

The Circus Maximus in Rome (Italian: Circo Massimo) is an Ancient Roman tourist attraction located in the heart of the Eternal City, between the Aventine and Palatine hills. This ancient entertainment... [Read more]

Alma-Tadema And The Painter Collection In Rome

Posted 21.03.14 by Leigh

The Alma-Tadema And The Painters Of 19th Century England. Perez Simon Collection is being shown at the Chiostro del Bramante in Rome until June 2014. There are fifty magnificent works from the... [Read more]

Rome Attractions Colosseum

Posted 14.03.14 by Leigh

The most visited tourist attraction in Rome is probably also its most iconic, namely the Colosseum (Italian: Colosseo) which attracts 4 million visitors a year. The Colosseum is the world's largest... [Read more]

Rome Attractions Pantheon

Posted 14.03.14 by Leigh

The Rome Pantheon in the heart of the historic centre is the Italian capital city's second most popular tourist attraction, after the Colosseum, attracting 3.75 million tourists a year... [Read more]

Rome Attractions Roman Forum

Posted 14.03.14 by Leigh

The Roman Forum in Rome (Italian: Foro Romano) lies just a stone's throw from the impressive Colosseum and is the fifth most visited attraction in the Eternal City (2.5 million visitors a year... [Read more]

Rome Attractions Sistine Chapel

Posted 14.03.14 by Leigh

The Sistine Chapel (Italian: Cappella Sistina) is located in the Vatican City and attracts 3 million visitors per year. It was originally known as the 'Cappella Magna' until it was re-named after... [Read more]

Rome Attractions Trevi Fountain

Posted 14.03.14 by Leigh

The Trevi Fountain in Rome (Italian: Fontana di Trevi) is the Eternal City's third most visited attraction with 3.5 million visitors every year coming to view it. It is the largest Baroque... [Read more]

Apotheosis. From Men To Gods. The Mausoleum Of Hadrian Exhibition In Rome

Posted 04.03.14 by Leigh

The exhibition Apoteosi. Da uomini a Dei. Il Mausoleo Adriano is being shown at the National Museum at Hadrian's Mausoleum, one of the largest funerary monuments in Italy. The exhibition aims... [Read more]

D'Après Rodin: Early 20th Century Italian Sculpture In Rome

Posted 04.03.14 by Leigh

The exhibition D'Après Rodin: Early 20th Century Italian Sculpture at the National Gallery of Modern Art in Rome concentrates on the influence of Auguste Rodin in Italian sculpture during the early... [Read more]

Italian Trust FAI Open Day In Rome

Posted 04.03.14 by Leigh

The Giornate Fai Di Primavera Rome celebrates its 22nd edition in March 2014, where native Romans and tourists alike can discover more about their surrounding Italian heritage. There will be some... [Read more]

Monsters. Fantastic Creatures Of Fear And Myth Exhibition In Rome

Posted 04.03.14 by Leigh

The exhibition Mostri. Creature Fantastiche della Paura e del Mito (Monsters. Fantastic Creatures of Fear and Myth) is being shown for six months at the National Roman Museum. This highly interesting... [Read more]

The Italian Landscape: Photographs 1950 - 2010 In Rome

Posted 04.03.14 by Leigh

The exhibition Il Paesaggio Italiano: Fotografie 1950-2010 (The Italian Landscape: Photographs 1950 - 2010) is located at the 'Museo di Roma in Trastevere' on the left bank of the River Tiber. It is dedicated... [Read more]

Park And Villa Tours In Rome

Posted 28.02.14 by Leigh

Rome Park And Villa Tours: the 'Dipartimento Ambiente' of Rome has proposed a series of guided tours to some Rome's best known parks and villas, including Villa Pamphili, Parco dei Martiri di Forte... [Read more]

Roma Ti Amo Exhibition In Rome

Posted 28.02.14 by Leigh

Roma Ti Amo In Rome Exhibition is the first official exhibition showcasing the story and history of A.S. Roma football club. The exhibition covers more than 80 years of history in an art... [Read more]

Rodin, Marble, Life Exhibition In Rome

Posted 28.02.14 by Leigh

The Rodin, Il Marmo, La Vita (Rodin, Marble, Life) exhibition takes place at the Great Halls of Diocletian's Baths. Visitors will find more than sixty works on display, making it one of the most... [Read more]

Leonardo Da Vinci Exhibition In Rome

Posted 28.02.14 by Leigh

The exhibition Leonardo Da Vinci - Il Genio e le Macchine celebrates the genius of one of Italy's best known inventors, namely Leonardo da Vinci. Located at the historic Palazzo della Cancelleria... [Read more]

National Geographic The Great Adventure Exhibition In Rome

Posted 28.02.14 by Leigh

The National Geographic Society was founded in 1888 by U.S. lawyer, financier, and philanthropist, Gardiner Greene Hubbard. Its motto is 'Inspiring people to care about the planet' and today the... [Read more]

Rugby Six Nations 2014 In Rome

Posted 21.02.14 by Leigh

The annual RBS Six Nations Rugby Championship is tagged as being Rugby's 'Greatest Championship' and with Italy taking part over the last few years, the city of Rome hosts the country's home matches... [Read more]

Easter In Rome

Posted 21.02.14 by Leigh

Easter in Rome is one of the busiest times of the year in the Eternal City and is a great time to visit, regardless whether you are religious or not. Easter is one of the most important events of the Catholic... [Read more]

Football In Rome: AS Roma And SS Lazio

Posted 21.02.14 by Leigh

No one can doubt that football is big in Italy, and the capital's two major teams A.S. Roma and S.S. Lazio both play their home matches at the glorious Stadio Olimpico (Olympic Stadium), which has a capacity of over... [Read more]

Skunk Anansie In Rome

Posted 21.02.14 by Leigh

Skunk Anansie are back in Italy during March, not long after their successful European tour last summer. However, this Italian four date schedule will be a first, as the band will play solely an acoustic set!... [Read more]

1970s Art In Rome Exhibition

Posted 21.02.14 by Leigh

This interesting exhibition is located at the 'Palazzo delle Esposizioni' and has on display a large range of beliefs, imagery and thoughts of an era which made that decade famous for artistic experimentation... [Read more]

Babyshambles In Rome

Posted 17.02.14 by Leigh

Babyshambles come to Rome, Italy on the 28th February as part of their European Tour and to promote their latest released album, Sequel to the Prequel. This is the British indie band's third studio album (released 3 September 2013... [Read more]

Carnival In Rome

Posted 17.02.14 by Leigh

Carnival is celebrated forty days before Easter (the beginning of Lent) and as Easter changes date from year to year so does the date for carnival. In 2014 the Rome Carnival is celebrated on the 4th March with many other festivities... [Read more]

Rome Marathon 2014

Posted 14.02.14 by Leigh

The Rome Marathon is celebrating its 20th anniversary on the 23rd March 2014. The marathon has increased in popularity over the years and in 2013 there were more than 14,000 participants. Registration deadline is 10th March, 2014... [Read more]

Major Basilicas Of Rome: Introduction

Posted 18.10.13 by Leigh

Within the Italian capital you will find many churches, but the most famous and largest are the three splendid Major Basilicas which are located across the Eternal City... [Read more]

A Day Out: Rome Zoo

Posted 13.09.13 by Leigh

Rome Zoo is located in the heart of the city on the estate of Villa Borghese, close to famous 'Via Veneto' and is housed in 42 acres of zoological gardens... [Read more]

Bob Dylan In Rome

Posted 06.09.13 by Leigh

Bob Dylan, one of America's greatest musicians and singer-songwriters comes to Rome in late 2013 and plays two dates; the sixth and seventh of November... [Read more]

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