All day hot and sultry. During the summer nights everyone looks for somewhere cool. If it is possible in the Eternal City, the refreshment is guaranteed.
It is officially summer, the most pleasant season to visit Rome, to discover its beauties and to enjoy all the events happening in the hottest months. Initiatives, concerts, shows in the centre of Rome but also in the suburbs.
The Italian cuisine proves to be again one of the most esteemed in the world. In particular, this year we can really state that the Italian enogastronomic tradition is the best in the world thanks to Massimo Bottura who has been recently awarded as the best chef in the world according to the 50Best ranking.
Today we will introduce you another important event of the Roman summer. Indeed, every year the Cavea of the Auditorium Parco della Musica livens up with music and joy. Under the stars of the Roman nights Italian and international artists will perform on the stage of the work realized by Renzo Piano and dedicated to the music.
A confirmation in the programme of the Roman summer. Indeed, also this year the event with the opera at the Baths of Caracalla is back. The location represents one of the most gorgeous examples of imperial baths in Rome. They are well preserved and free from modern buildings.
In order to deeply understand Rome and to live an unforgettable experience we have created a tour that will literally let you taste the Italian and Roma traditions and culture.
Rome doesn’t have only magnificent baroque monuments, unique and valuable ancient archaeological ruins. Rome is also full with modern architecture buildings, contemporary works realized by worldwide known architects.
During the centuries new buildings have been built on the ruins of the ancient ones. Indeed, many churches are located on ancient pagan temples, Roman houses and ancient places of worship.
During the years Trastevere turned into one of the symbols of the Eternal City. Trastevere is the thirteenth district in Rome and it was named after the Latin words trans Tiberim, that is across the Tiber, in order to show that Rome initially developed on the opposite bank of the river.
Via Appia, a road that made the history of Rome. In ancient times it connected Rome to Brindisi (in Puglia), a very important harbour connecting Rome to Greece and the Orient. A road of strategical communication for the trade so that it was called “Regina Viarum”, that is the queen of all the roads.
There is an area in Rome that can be immediately recognized because of its unique architectonical style. EUR is a urbanistic complex that was designed and built from the 30s by the dictator Mussolini.