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Museum Week March 5-10 // FREE ENTRY

By | March 4, 2019

Here you have a list of museums and monuments in Rome with  free entry during the museum week from 5 to 10 March 2019. This is the list of museums you can visit in Rome and in the province. Of course you will find the Colosseum and the Fori Imperiali, but also the marvelous Villa […]

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Exhibitions in Rome || DREAM – ART MEETS DREAMS

By | January 23, 2019

From 29 September 2019 till 05 May 2019 edited by Danilo Eccher CLOISTER OF BRAMANTE | Via Arco della Pace, 5 – 00186 Rome MONDAY to FRIDAY 10:00 am to 8:00 pm* SAT – SUN 10:00 am to 9:00 pm* Cost of ticket : 14 euros   With eyes open or closed dreams meet great […]

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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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ROMICS WILL BE BACK AGAIN.

By | September 21, 2018

Are you a fan of comics, manga, TV series and video games? Romics, the international festival dedicated to comics, animation and games is exactly what you are looking for, The cultural program includes prestigious international guests, exhibitions, previews, special events At Romics you can find stands of publishers, comics collectors, merchandising, videogames, role-playing games and […]

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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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ROMAN TRIBUTE TO EGYPT: THE PYRAMID OF CESTIUS

By | January 27, 2015

Off the beaten tracks of classical tourist paths stands one of the most ancient and intriguing monuments in Rome: the Pyramid of Cestius. Its shape immediately reminds us of more exotic cultures such as the Ancient Egypt… actually we are not wrong: this particular funerary monument was expressely commissioned by a Roman dignitary (Caius Cestius) […]

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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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