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Rome is a city to be experienced in the round. This section is dedicated to hospitality and contains all the necessary information to help yourself immerse in the extraordinary artistic and cultural heritage of a city without barriers.
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Initially property of the Pamphilj family, Villa Torlonia was one of the numerous agricultural estates, lush with orchards, vines, and reeds, along Via Nomentana.
The Rome Convention Center La Nuvola is an international congress structure to host events with very different characteristics thanks to its extreme flexibility an
The history of the Casal de 'Pazzi Museum begins with an elephant tusk.
The Museum of the Walls is in Porta San Sebastiano, one of the largest and best-preserved Roman doors in the Aurelian Wall.
The birth of Musei Capitolini dates from 1471, when Pope Sisto IV gave the roman people a set of bronze statues, forming the first set of the collection kept in th
The Casina delle Civette (The House of the Owls) is the result of a series of transformations and additions carried out on the 19th century Swiss Hut, the prince's
As a collection of ancient sculptures, the first group was begun by Julius II (1503-13) but it was Clement XIII (1758-69) who had the Secular Museum created with the assistance of
Parco Archeologico del Colosseo includes the extraordinary ancient complexes forming part of the central archaeological area, namely Colosseum, Roman Forum
In your experience in the territory of Ostia you cannot miss to visit the Parco Archeologico di Ostia Antica, one of the largest archeological sites of ancient Rome.
Alberto Moravia, writer, traveller, intellectual, lived through the Twentieth century and gave his distinctive voice to European culture.
A walk through the history of Cinema
Galleria Colonna, an authentic jewel of the Roman Baroque located inside the palace of the same name, was established in 1654 by Cardinal Girolamo I Colonna and his nephew
It is housed in two splendid Renaissance villas: Villa Giulia and Villa Poniatowski.
The Casino Nobile owes its appearance to the work of Giuseppe Valadier, in about 1802, and, from 1835-1840, that of Giovan Battista Caretti who added the facade’s majestic porch.
Divided over three floors, with more than 3,000 square meters of exhibition spaces, a Cinema Hall and an Auditorium, spaces for educational activities, a bookshop, a restaurant, an
The Museum of the Imperial Fora, in the Trajan's Markets, is topographically and conceptually linked to the impressive urban system of the Imperial Fora: of Caesar
A Pamphilj family's country residence, Villa Doria Pamphilj took on the aspect of a sumptuous noble country residence under pope Innocent X (1644-1655).
In the heart of Rome between Via della Lungara and the Gianicolo Hill, you can find a magical place where to walk away from the chaos of the city, and enjoy the sp
The park of Villa Borghese occupies a vast area in the heart of the city.
Near Piazza del Popolo, in the reclaimed Spazio Flaminio, a former ATAC bus depot dating back to 1877, you will find an area especially for children from 3 to 12 years old, school groups and famili
MACRO occupies part of a building complex designed at the beginning of the 20th century by Gustavo Giovannoni for the Peroni brewery factories, in operation until
The Imperial Fora are a monumental architectural complex, formed by a series of buildings and monumental squares, the centre of the political activity of ancient Rome, built in a p
The Leonardo Da Vinci Experience, on Via della Conciliazione, just a stone’s throw from St.
The Municipal Rose Garden, one of Rome’s most romantic gardens of Rome, develops on the slopes of the Aventine, in front of the remains of the Palatine Hill, just above Ci
The building, made up of some 55 rooms, houses the largest collection of contemporary Italian art, with over 4,400 works of painting and sculpture and about 13,000 drawings and prints by artists –
The archaeological area of the Tomb of the Scipios is located along the urban stretch of the ancient Via Appia, within the Aurelian Walls, before the city gate, Porta S. Sebastiano.
One of the most beautiful archaeological sites in the Roman countryside can be found between the second and third mile on the Via Appia Antica.
The Civic Museum of Zoology, founded in 1932, has a heritage of about 5 million preserved specimens, ranging from shellfish of a few millimeters, to the whale of 16 meters.
The Museum of Rome in Trastevere is located in the former monastery of Sant'Egidio, where the barefoot Carmelite monks lived until the fall of Rome.
The Ara Pacis is one of the greatest of all artistic works of the Ancients.
Fin de siècle atmosphere in this small but valuable museum, in the heart of Villa Borghese and dedicated to the artist Pietro Canonica (1869-1959).
The Carlo Bilotti Museum is located in the old Orangery at Villa Borghese, which during the eighteenth century was referred to as the "Casino dei Giuochi d’Acqua" due to the many fountains and nymp