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Activities for the 2777th Birthday Celebration of Rome

April 19th, 2024 By No comments yet

Birthday of Rome 19-21 April 2024 at Circus Maximus April 18, 2024 - 8:09 PM On the occasion of the 2777th Birthday of Rome, the area of the Ci... Read more...


The Torlonia Foundation in Rome opens the antiquarium of Villa Albani to the public

March 18th, 2024 By No comments yet

The Torlonia Foundation in Rome is celebrating its 10th anniversary, a significant milestone that also marks the opening of the antiquarium of Vill... Read more...


How to Celebrate Women’s Day in Italy in 2024

March 4th, 2024 By No comments yet

Women’s Day, or La Festa della Donna, is a popular and meaningful occasion in Italy. It is celebrated every year on March 8 to honor the achievemen... Read more...


How to get free access to some Rome’s museums with the MIC card

February 19th, 2024 By No comments yet

If you love art and culture, and you live, study, or work in Rome or its metropolitan area, you may want to get the MIC card. The MIC card is a spe... Read more...


The Colossal Statue of Constantine: FREE Exhibition at the Capitoline Museums

February 12th, 2024 By No comments yet

From February 6, 2024 to December 31, 2025, the Capitoline Museums in Rome will host a spectacular exhibition featuring the life-sized reconstructi... Read more...


Explore the ancient Rome at the new Celio Archaeological Park and Museum

January 15th, 2024 By No comments yet

Do you love ancient Rome? Then you will enjoy the new Celio Archaeological Park and Museum, which opened on Friday, January 12, 2024. The park and ... Read more...


Navigating Public Transportation in Rome – December 2023: Free Rides and Discounts

December 7th, 2023 By No comments yet

3 Days of Free Public Transportation Three days of free transportation are planned for all local surface public transport lines and metropolitan l... Read more...


The Italian Holiday Calendar for 2024: A Guide for Expats

October 30th, 2023 By No comments yet

Italy is a country that celebrates many holidays throughout the year, some of which are national and some of which are local. The Italian Holiday C... Read more...


Nights at Villa Torlonia: Music, Opera, and Family Shows

July 16th, 2023 By No comments yet

The outdoor summer of the Teatro di Roma lights up the stage in the park of  Villa Torlonia with a program of initiatives that will accompany spect... Read more...


Introducing the Newly Opened Path in the Sacred Area of Largo Argentina

June 29th, 2023 By No comments yet

Since June 20, the Sacred Area of Largo Argentina has opened to the public with a new route that allows access to the site for the first time and e... Read more...


Enjoy the Night of the Museums Events with Our Curated List: some events require a paid museum pass, which we have excluded from our list.

May 13th, 2023 By No comments yet

We've compiled a list of events for you to enjoy during the Night of the Museums or Notte dei Musei. While some events may require a paid museum pa... Read more...


Blooming of azaleas in the Spanish Steps: a symbol of the arrival of spring in Rome

May 2nd, 2023 By No comments yet

Over the years, the blooming of azaleas in Piazza di Spagna (the Spanish Steps) has become a symbol of the arrival of spring in Rome, bringing life... Read more...


All the Exciting Things to Do in Rome and Italy this May

April 29th, 2023 By Comments closed

Explore All the Exciting Things to Do in Rome and Italy this May, from the well-known attractions to hidden gems! Welcome, expats living in Rome... Read more...


A Guide to Italian Easter in 2024

April 2nd, 2023 By Comments closed

The lively celebrations of Easter (or Pasqua, as it is known in Italian) draw nigh as springtime blooms and the warm Italian weather breathes life ... Read more...


Off the Beaten Path: 5 Unique and Fun Things to Do in Rome with Friends

March 9th, 2023 By No comments yet

Rome is a city with countless things to see and do, but sometimes the best experiences are the ones that are a little off the beaten path. Here are... Read more...


Exploring Italy on a Budget: Low-Cost Activities for Expats

March 9th, 2023 By Comments closed

Italy is known for its beautiful landscapes, rich culture, and delicious cuisine, but it can also be an expensive country to live in. However, that... Read more...


Free Vatican Museums Admission: Last Sunday of the Month in Rome

March 1st, 2023 By Comments closed

Did you know that every last Sunday of the month Vatican Museums are free?! Are you an expat living in Rome or planning to move to Rome? O... Read more...


Free Museum Admission in Rome: First Sunday of the Month

January 22nd, 2023 By Comments closed

Free Museum Admission in Rome Every First Sunday of the Month! Rome is a city that's rich in culture and history, and it's no secret that its ... Read more...


Discover the Best Free Places to Study and Work Remotely in Rome

January 8th, 2023 By No comments yet

Looking for a free place to study or work remotely in Rome? There are plenty of options to choose from. Here are our top picks: Cinema Trois... Read more...


Rome’s Christmas Markets | 2022 Dates, Locations

November 22nd, 2022 By Comments closed

Christmas markets, called Mercatini di Natale in Italian, tend to be more common in northern European countries. Beginning in the Late Middle ... Read more...


Free bus and metro for Christmas shopping in Rome 2022

October 26th, 2022 By Comments closed

Christmas shopping announcement and  Ztl active all day even on holidays! Four days of free public transportation and also three free bus lines ev... Read more...


Free museum visits in Rome every first Sunday of the month

August 29th, 2022 By Comments closed

Would you like to delight your eyes with incredible artistic masterpieces and increase your cultural knowledge on roman artistic heritage free of c... Read more...


What to do the weekend of 21st and 22nd of May in Rome

May 21st, 2022 By Comments closed

Another weekend  in Rome with the summer heat upon us! If you go to the beach, it's just outside Rome and you can discover some villages (why not!)... Read more...


Rome at Christmas: Top 5 Things to do in 2021

November 29th, 2021 By Comments closed

#1 Visit the Christmas Markets Ice skating in December at the Christmas market in the Auditorium Parco della Musica or eating traditional Italian ... Read more...


Free Gym and skating for all ages at foro Italico

August 7th, 2021 By Comments closed

Foro Italico opened a gym for the young and the old. And it’s free!  “UrbanSport” a project that was inaugurated by the Sport Councilor, Veronica T... Read more...


5 Hidden Streets to Walk in Rome

September 25th, 2020 By Comments closed

Out-of-the-way gems can still be found in the well-trod city For millennia, Rome's streets and piazzas have been walked and then some—the fo... Read more...


Dog Friendly places in and near Rome

June 28th, 2020 By Comments closed

Thinking of taking a trip out of town near Rome with your dog? We discovered dog-friendly places for you to escape in and around Rome.  Summer i... Read more...


Villa Borghese: Solidarity Run Saturday 29 February

January 22nd, 2020 By Comments closed

Villa Borghese: The Solidarity Run is a marathon for everyone. On Saturday 29 February 2020, at 3.00 pm, in Piazzale del Pincio in Villa Borgh... Read more...


What’s ON in Rome in January 2020

January 13th, 2020 By Comments closed

Crivelli’s Gold, Until Jan 21  The small but precious exhibition set up in the Pinacoteca of the Vatican Museums focuses on the significant co... Read more...


40 free things to do in Rome

October 10th, 2018 By Comments closed

Travelling to Rome on a budget? Never fear – sightseeing in Italy's magnificent capital city doesn't have to cost the earth. Although many museu... Read more...


FREE CONCERTS IN ROME SUMMER 2017

July 28th, 2017 By No comments yet

As much as we compliment and complain about the city of Rome and how unorganized things are they are able to offer free things to do and see! This ... Read more...


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