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Rome is first in the ranking of the most sought-after European destinations to spend the holidays, according to a survey conducted by easyJet, published by the Mir
Not only paintings and sculptures: in the lavish palaces of 18th-century Rome, the most impressive elements were often furnishings, true masterpieces of decorative art
Lots of news and incentives for mobility for the upcoming holidays with the enhancement of public transport, operation of the Trident and Historic Center Ztl, Rome
Appointment with Christmas fairytale atmosphere: for the sixth consecutive year, the Maison Bvlgari turns on the Christmas lights that transform the famous
The museum heritage of Rome will be enriched by a pole dedicated to the history, progress and dissemination of scientific disciplines.
A great novelty that, from 5 December, will allow the inhabitants and university students of Rome and the Metropolitan City to purchase and manage the Card online
A fairer, more hospitable, and supportive Rome that recovers and underlines the inclusive and welcoming vocation that it has always had.
After a complex restoration carried out under the supervision of the Capitoline Superintendency of Cultural Heritage, Villa Lais, a historical park of abo
Envisioned by the National Recovery and Resilience Plan - NRP, “Mobility as A Service” is a new innovation-based mobility concept that aims to integrate different public an
The extraordinary sculptural groups that Cardinal Scipione Borghese commissioned from the young Bernini, Caravaggio’s Madonna and Child with St.
With the lifting of many of the restrictions resulting from the health emergency of recent years, the train has once again become one of the most beloved and used means of transportation for those
To enhance the integration of train and plane with direct High-Speed connections, Trenitalia’s offer to and from Fiumicino airport is enriched with three new Frecciarossa routes th
Culture is by definition a common good to be preserved, enhanced and shared, which is enriched by the diversity and variety of voices and experiences at play from time to time.
Injured, stolen, missing, illegally sold or exported works of art. And then, finally, brought back home.
Just 1 minute to tell the story of twenty works of art in a short video.
Rare and prized colors, such as Egyptian blue and Cinnabar red pigments, were used for the frescoes of the domus of Vigna Guidi, a small jewel built during the reign of the Emperor
First among hubs with more than 40 million passengers: for the fourth time in the last five years, Airport Council International – the international association th
An innovative and inclusive platform, truly accessible to all users: this is the new “Movie Lounge” launched inside Fiumicino airport thanks to the collaboration b
The top floor of a parking lot becomes a space for aggregation and inclusion that combines sports, culture and entertainment thanks to an urban regeneration projec
An evocative journey that takes us from the Middle Ages to the beginning of the 16th century, from the hieratic image of the ancient table of the “Madonna Advocata
So writes the Financial Times, the prestigious British newspaper, suggesting a visit to the historic Roman quarter to its most romantic readers.
The Inaf Astronomical Observatory in Rome has inaugurated the first holographic installation dedicated to science education in Italy.
Direct connections between the United States and Rome are increasing.
Some says the secret name of Rome is its palindrome: amor, love that wins everything.
It is one of the largest archaeological sites in the world and, together with Pompeii, the best example of a Roman city that has come down to us.
The Special Superintendence of Rome opens to the public two jewels of great historical and archaeological interest although still little known: starting from 20 January, every third Thursda
Inaugurated in the Garbatella district, the city's first bio-resin mosaic, a new, innovative, and environmentally friendly digital agora with proximity tec
Rome has always had a special bond with water, suffice it to think of the remains of its monumental aqueducts and its marvelous and spectacular fountains: today, a new application shows all the cit