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Appia Day returns on 1 October 2023. Appia Day, a day-long programme of outdoor events "to celebrate the charm and enchantment of the Appia Antica", takes place on Sunday 1 October.   Events include walking and cyclin...
Infiorata di Genzano celebrates 245 years in 2023. The Castelli Romani town of Genzano, located about 30 km south-east of Rome, holds its annual “infiorata” flower festival from 10-12 June 2023.   The festival, now in...
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Pantheon marks Pentecost with rose petal ceremony. The spectacular tradition of rose petals fluttering down through the oculus of the Pantheon is held each year on the feast of Pentecost, which falls on 28 May in 2023....
A day-by-day guide to the best things to do in Rome in November 2020. As Rome moves from autumn to winter, amid growing uncertainty over the covid-19 situation*, we look at some ways to enjoy November, with tips and sug...
A day-by-day guide to the best events and things to do in Rome during October 2020.Autumn has arrived in the Eternal City, with a fall season full of exciting cultural and social events, from blockbuster art exhibitions...
A day-by-day guide to the best events and things to do in Rome during September 2020. As the summer draws to an end, Rome looks forward to an autumn of exciting cultural and social events, from Shakespearean theatre to...
A list of events and what to do in Rome in August 2020. In this strangest of summers, August 2020 in Rome is likely to be less empty than usual as despite the lack of tourists due to the covid-19 pandemic, many Rome res...
Summer is in full swing with plenty of things to do in Rome - most of them now outdoors. The covid-19 restrictions have hit Rome's summer festivals hard but on the upside Rome's museums have never been so crowd-free. Her...
If you want to travel as the Romans do and get a good glimpse of many of the city’s sites, all for a € 1,50 bus ride, then jump on Tram 3. You can catch it just outside Trastevere station.It will take you to Porta S. Pao...
June in Rome normally sees the capital's many outdoor festivals kick off for the summer. Sadly this is not the case in 2020, due to covid-19, however June does mark the reopening of the city's museums and several major e...
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While the opera houses, museums, art galleries and concert halls are closed here are some suggestions to follow on your computer, iPads or phones.  Accademia S. Cecilia On the S. Cecilia website the film Il Carattere I...
Spring is well and truly in the air as Rome welcomes a March full of interesting social and cultural events in the Eternal City. Here are our tips for things to do in March 2020, one for each day of the month.1 March. Pa...
Rome bids farewell to the darkest days of winter and welcomes a February full of interesting social and cultural events in the Eternal City. Here are our tips for things to do in February 2020, one for each day of the mo...
With the Christmas festivities behind us, Rome looks forward to a New Year and a 2020 full of interesting social and cultural events in the Eternal City. Here are our suggestions for things to do in January, one for each...
Rome ushers in the festive season with a busy month of Christmas markets, exhibitions, opera, concerts and parties, with the holidays offering the chance to meet old friends for a cocktail or head off on a winter day-tri...
Wanted in Rome's day-by-day guide to the best events and things to do in Rome during November 2019.1 Nov. On All Saint’s Day visit the Non-Catholic Cemetery in Testaccio.2 Nov. See Dianne Reeves perform for Roma Jazz Fes...
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