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Epiphany in Rome // CULTURE AND TRADITION

By | January 4, 2019

Thanks to the initiative  #DomenicalMuseo over 480 museums, archaeological sites and monuments throughout Italy will be free for citizens and tourists So next Epiphany in Rome will be an opportunity to discover more about art and history Like every  first Sunday of the month, entrancy to galleries, archaeological excavations and mouments will be FREE. So […]

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TOP ATTRACTION IN ROME * National Etruscan Museum *

By | November 14, 2018

The Etruscan Museum of Villa Giulia in an unmissable  place to visit in Rome. The museum exposes  pre-Roman Italian works of antiquity, especially from the Etruscan world in a superb palace built for Pope Julius III between 1550 and 1555. Trust me ! You will be totally captured by the great collection that offers a […]

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Vatican by Train in Rome

By | August 2, 2016

Rome – Vatican by Train: Visitors who book the Vatican by Train in Rome will have access to the Vatican Museums, Sistine Chapel, Vatican Gardens and to the botanical and architectural wonders of the Pontifical Residence. Vatican Full Day Vatican Museums, Vatican Gardens, gardens of the Pontifical Villas – Villa Barberini and train travel to […]

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GOOD TO SEE AND EAT: “THE ELEGANCE OF FOOD”

By | May 26, 2015

A brand new exhibition in Rome is celebrating simultaneously two Italian strong points: food & fashion. The Elegance of Food, indeed, tells us about the link between nature & nutrion which is currently the focus of EXPO MILANO 2015, but that used to be and still is the inspiring motif of haute couture collections at […]

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MARC CHAGALL: HIS LOVE AND LIFE ON EXHIBIT UNTIL JULY!

By | March 12, 2015

One-hundred-fifty works by the great Russian-born painter Marc Chagall will be soon on display in Rome. Thanks to the co-operation with the Israel Museum of Jerusalem, this important exhibition will bring to the Eternal City some of the masterpieces by the Jewish artist who died in France in 1985. “Marc Chagall. Love ad life”: as […]

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ARABESQUE & MATISSE: A FRENCH ENCOUNTER WITH THE ORIENT ON DISPLAY

By | March 7, 2015

Over one hundred masterpieces by French painter Henri Matisse will be on display in Rome until June 21st. Scuderie del Quirinale (a museum just opposite the house of the President of the Republic) is hosting indeed the exhibit “Matisse. Arabesque”, the title clarifing immediately on which aspect of the artist’s vibrant production we will guided […]

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ST. VALENTINE’S DAY AT THE MUSEUM!

By | February 12, 2015

Fall in love with art and visit one of the many museums in Rome on St. Valentine’s day! We shortlisted for you the main State museums in the Eternal City, where you might find some special discounts on entrance tickets: Colosseum  Piazza del Colosseo (metro line B, stop Colosseo) Villa Adriana (in Tivoli) Largo Marguerite […]

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AUGUSTUS: 2000 YEARS OLD GLORY

By | January 25, 2015

His body might have died, not his fame, if two millennia after he passed away his city keeps on celebrating him. We are referring to Augustus, Julius Caesars’ great nephew, the first to be named Emperor, expired at the age of 76 after immeasurable success. At his time the death of great personalities used to […]

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