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 cutting-edge art festivals. The capital gets ready for several blockbuster exhibitions, while September is still warm enough for dinner and drinks outside, even a trip to the beach or the lake. Here are our suggestions, one for each day of the month.
11 Sept. Take in an outdoor concert of classical music at Teatro di Marcello.
12 Sept. Catch an Italian version of Twelfth Night at Rome's Globe Theatre.
13 Sept. Visit the new exhibition of vintage toys in Piazza Navona.
14 Sept. Enjoy a coffee at Tram Depot, a tram converted into a bar, in Testaccio.
15 Sept. Last days to see Ara Güler's photographs at Museo di Roma in Trastevere.
16 Sept. Explore the underground tunnels at the Baths of Caracalla.
17 Sept. For a cultural day trip, head to the five-sided Palazzo Farnese in Caprarola.
18 Sept. Romaeuropa Festival opens today with Dialogue by Sasha Waltz.
19 Sept. Pamper yourself with a relaxing spa treatment at QC Terme near Fiumicino.
20 Sept. See the new open-air art exhibition in Villa Borghese.
21 Sept. Follow Wanted in Rome's guide to explore Borromini's Roman legacy.
22 Sept. Visit Rome's beach-side S. Severa Castle under the stars.
23 Sept. See the Forum of Augustus come to life with a light show at dusk.
24 Sept. Check out the Domenico Bianchi exhibition at Lorcan O'Neill Gallery.
25 Sept. The new blockbuster Torlonia Marbles opens today at the Capitoline Museums.
26 Sept. Take a day trip to the relaxing hot springs near the Tuscan town of Saturnia.
27 Sept. Grab a bargain at Porta Portese Sunday market but watch out for pickpockets!
28 Sept. If you fancy a cocktail with views of the Colosseum, head to The Court.
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