Per rispettare le misure precauzionali legate all'emergenza sanitaria del Coronavirus, nella città di Roma sono sospesi tutti gli eventi, gli spettacoli, i concerti, le proiezioni cinematografiche e le mostre. Quindi gli eventi da noi segnalati in app sono soggetti a cancellazioni.
Ognuno di noi può fare la differenza mostrandosi rispettoso delle norme messe in atto dal governo. Insieme possiamo superare questo momento difficile e tornare con serenità alla normalità.Sonics - Duum
I Sonics sono tra i primi rappresentanti italiani conosciuti a livello internazionale del Teatro acrobatico aereo.
La corrente artistica SteamPunk ha ispirato il nuovo progetto degli acrobati Sonics, che l’hanno declinata in modo originale e personalissimo nell’universo di uno show acrobatico e visuale innovativo e divertente.
I suoi abitanti si muovono tra salti nel vuoto e acrobazie da lasciare il pubblico col fiato sospeso, alla ricerca del segreto che li riporterà di nuovo sulla superficie terrestre. Una sfida alle leggi di gravità unita all’armonia del movimento.Colosseo, Foro Romano e Palatino
Skip the long queue for the ticket line and go straight to the fast track entrance for security checks. After entering the Colosseum at your allotted time, relive the stories of emperors and gladiators. Begun under the emperor Vespasian in 72 AD, and completed by his son Titus in 80 AD, the Colosseum was the largest amphitheater ever built.
Imagine the ferocious fights between man and beast, as you stand in the elliptical arena, comprised of 4 levels, and once able to seat up to 73,000 spectators.
Your ticket also includes one entry to the Palatine Hill, a must-see sight for all those visiting the “Eternal City.” According to ancient tradition, this is the spot where Rome was born. Look down at the ruins of temples in the Imperial Forum, center of all political, social, and economic life in the city during the Roman Republic.
Experience the most ancient parts of Rome from the most significant of its “Seven Hills.”FoxTrail - Play With The City
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Locals and foreigners can now discover Rome in an interactive way with Foxtrail – a mix between an outdoor escape game and a treasure hunt
After Zurich, Helsinki, London, Nuremberg and Berlin, Foxtrail finally arrives to the Eternal City! With its urban adventure–offering a mix between an outdoor escape game and a treasure hunt based on interactive clues–Foxtrail is the new way to discover Rome while having fun.
Forget reading endless guides on the best places to visit in Rome and leave it to Foxtrail to help you discover Rome. Two trails are active (but more to come soon) in two of Rome’s most beautiful areas: Trastevere and Villa Borghese. Gather your group (from two to six people), book your slot (or more slots if you are a big group) and explore Rome. There are departure slots every 15 minutes (that way you won’t meet other groups along the trail) and you can even book last-minute on the same day!
Unlike a classic treasure hunt, Foxtrail has permanent trails that can be accessed 365 days a year, from 9am till sunset. Each trail combines technology and creativity, offering interactive installations and clues that take you through off-the-beaten path areas in Rome. But who is Foxtrail for? Everyone (of all ages)! Whether you’re travelling with children, with your partner or a group of friends, this urban adventure is just the thing for you. And Romans, this is something for us locals as well.
Vaticano, Cappella Sistina e San Pietro
Get more time to immerse yourself in the Vatican’s awe-inspiring art with no-wait access to the museums and basilica.
With a group of 20 people or fewer, your expert guide will bring the art and history to life in the Sistine Chapel, Vatican Museums, St. Peter’s Basilica, and more.
Avoid the long public line and go straight to the front of the Vatican Museums. Learn about the history and people behind the art in the Pinecone Courtyard, the Hall of Maps, the Gallery of Tapestries, and the Gallery of Candelabra. A headset ensures you can hear the guide clearly.
Next, visit and hear the story of the magnificent Sistine Chapel. See if you can spot Michelangelo’s self-portrait, which hints that he would rather be skinned alive than paint in the Sistine Chapel again. (After you learn what it took to create a fresco, you’ll understand why.)
Then, use another exclusive entrance to head straight into St. Peter’s Basilica. See the incredible altar and Michelangelo’s beautiful sculpture, “La Pietà.”
The tour ends in St. Peter’s Square. Admire Bernini’s clever optical illusion, spot the balcony where the Pope delivers his public addresses, and take photos of the imposing exterior of the basilica.
The Ancient Roman countryside boasts plenty of remarkable vistas. From the 2,300 year-old cobblestone roads, to the incredible scenery, there will be plenty to see on your tour or Rome by bike.
Beginning on the Roman roads, you will travel past ancient tombs and the ruins of an Imperial Palace. Along the way, your guide will point out interesting historical facts that will open your eyes to the Rome beyond the monuments. Your visit to the Catacombs of S. Callisto (or S. Sebastiano) is included as well.
Continuing with your ride on the Appian Way, you will stop for a tasty aperitif before following the ancient aqueducts through the Roman countryside, where you might feel like you are in the wild side of Rome centuries ago. After a pleasant ride back, your tour ends with return journey to central Rome.
ll festival Ō ritorna alle Terme di Diocleziano e da questa seconda edizione coinvolge anche Palazzo Altemps.
Dopo il successo della prima edizione, dal 27 novembre 2019 al 24 giugno 2020 torna a Roma Ō Tempo di / Musica, Danza, Design, Teatro, Cinema: il progetto multidisciplinare e performativo che sotto la direzione artistica di Cristiano Leone regalerà alla città un anno di grandi eventi imperdibili al Museo Nazionale Romano.
Lo scorso anno il Museo Nazionale Romano ha accolto per un mese intero artisti internazionali che hanno dialogato con gli antichi spazi delle Terme di Diocleziano. Hanno presentato lavori inediti o progetti totalmente ripensati per il contesto straordinario che li accoglieva.
Terme di Caracalla e Bocca della Verità
Explore the history of the Roman Republic on a 3-hour walking tour of some of the great ruins of the Roman Empire.
Visit the Thermae of Caracalla to admire one of the finest imperial baths of Ancient Rome. Built by the Emperor Caracalla on Aventine Hill between 212 AC and 217 AC, the extensive ruins are now one of Rome’s most popular attractions. Skip the long lines with your reserved ticket (admission charge to be paid direct to your guide).
Then, marvel at the remains of the Circus Maximus, built by King Tarquinio Prisco as a circus for chariot racing. Learn the history of the Circus Maximus, including the legendary episode of the rape of the Sabines. Cross the Circus Maximus to see the Bocca della Verità mask of a bearded male face in the portico of the church of Santa Maria in Cosmedin.
Over the ages, the Bocca della Verità has been interpreted many times, including as a depiction of Jupiter Ammon and the god Ocean. According to legend, it was able to detect a liar when their hand was inserted into its oral cavity; those that were lying found their hands severed on return.
Along the way admire several temples from Ancient Rome, including the Temple of Vesta, as well as the Fountain of Bizzaccheri and the triumphal Arch of Janus. End at the Teatro Marcello, built in the last years of the Roman Republic as a smaller version of the Colosseum.
Meet at the historic Campo de' Fiori and meet some of the producers with shops in the square. Sample local produce, including some tasty prosciutto, delicious cheeses, truffle tartines, seasonal fruit and other fresh goods. Wash it down with some of the region's celebrated wines.
Then, continue in your small group to the Jewish Ghetto and the site of the ancient Theatre of Pompey. Visit several Roman ruins and historic buildings, including the Great Synagogue of Rome. Sample one of the best pizzas in the city, along with delicacies such as zucchini flowers and suppli (a rice ball typically prepared with tomatoes and mozzarella sauce).
End at the spot where Julius Caesar was assassinated. Taste one of Rome's best gelatos at a family-run ice cream parlor. Listen as the owner explains how the ice cream is made, and hear some of the history of his business. Ask nicely, and he may even reveal some of the secrets behind his recipes!
Get expert tips from your knowledgeable guide, who will be happy to provide advice and suggestions for additional things to see and do.
Make your way to the restaurant located in central Rome where you’ll meet your small group of aspiring pizza chefs and your local guide. Here, you’ll spend a delightful evening learning how to make authentic Italian pizza from fresh ingredients.
The cooking class will set you up with a station including a work plan, an apron and rolling pin. You’ll start with a theoretical and then practical lesson on working the dough, from the ingredients to wait times to two different ways of kneading the dough. Then, choose which type of pizza you’d like to make – marinara (tomato, garlic, oregano), margherita (tomato, mozzarella, basil), diavola (tomato, mozzarella, spicy salami, chili) or Napoli (tomato, mozzarella, anchovies).
After the lesson, you’ll be accompanied to your table where you’ll enjoy a delicious bruschetta while your pizza is cooked in a wood oven. Savor a red or white wine, water or limoncello while you taste your creations.
See the most important and evocative monuments of Rome on a fun and speedy E-Bike! Visit the symbols of the city that are not to be missed: the Colosseum, the Roman Forum, the Pantheon, and the romantic Trevi Fountain. Continue your ride on to some famous squares: Piazza di Spagna, Piazza Venezia and Piazza Navona.
Admiring the beauty of Rome at sunset is an unforgettable experience: famous monuments, majestic fountains, churches and ancient buildings are tinged with warm colors, in a game of lights and reflections on the marbles and the ancient structures of the Empire.
Let your tour guide tell you a bit of interesting history about Rome, admire the sunset from the best views, and take some wonderful photos!
Get fast track entry to the Borghese Gallery (Galleria Borghese), and then explore the vast art collections at your own pace.
Look at sculptures and paintings by Bernini, Canova, Caravaggio, Titian and other masters of art. Discover highlights such as the representation of Pauline Bonaparte by Canova, and go to the Caravaggio room to look at paintings such as "David with the Head of Goliath" and the "Boy with a Basket of Fruit."
See Raphael's "The Deposition" and "Lady with a Unicorn," along with sculptures by Bernini, including his "Apollo" and "Daphne and David." Go for a stroll around the gardens for a view over the Piazza del Popolo.
Make your way to the Pantheon to explore the best-preserved monument of ancient Rome. Collect your audio guide at the desk inside the Pantheon to begin learning about its fascinating history.
Make use of 15 listening points and a map to locate points of interest inside the basilica. Learn the history of the building and how it later came to be used a church and a mausoleum.
The Pantheon, built between 25 and 27 B.C., is the only ancient Roman building that has remained nearly intact through the centuries. Dedicated to all the gods of Pagan Rome, the temple was built by the Emperor Hadrian on the site of an earlier temple commissioned by Marcus Agrippa during the reign of Augustus.
Classified as a temple, the original use of the Pantheon and how people worshipped there is unknown as the structure is different from other traditional Roman temples, such as the Roman Forumomani, come quelli nel Foro Romano.
There’s nothing quite like a home-cooked Italian meal, especially when it has been prepared with the help of a professional chef and when you get to enjoy it on the terrace of a beautiful Roman apartment.
This is an experience that’s typically reserved for the real Romans, but now you can experience it too on this 3.5-hour activity.
You’ll meet the chef at a stunning loft apartment in central Rome, and you’ll be greeted with Prosecco and snacks, the perfect aperitivo to get the class started. Enjoy the views from the terrace (weather permitting) as you get to know the other participants.
Soon it will be time to learn how to make pasta from scratch. If you want to make authentic Italian food at home, this is the number 1 skill to learn. The chef will guide you and the members of your small group through the hands-on process. Feel free to ask about anything related to food or Rome! This is your chance to learn how to cook and eat like a local.
Finally it will be time to eat. Enjoy your home-cooked pasta, along with some fine Italian wine, out on the terrace. By the end, you won't be leaving with just a pleasant memory, but also with the know-how for making an authentic Italian dish to impress friends and family back home!
Start with a tour at Mercato Esquilino. You are going to purchase fresh ingredients and taste products from vendors, including cheese, prosciutto, and pizza.
After shopping you will go to the cooking school - the only facility in Rome set up to give cooking classes for tourists. Enjoy a private class with this menu: Ravioli, Tagliolini cacio e pepe, and tiramisu. This is the perfect experience for families or couples.
The culinary school was created with the purpose of helping people make their own italian meal individually and get really hands on. So there will be small groups with individual work stations with cooktops - your station, your food. Eat what you make not what you watch.
Beneath the sun-baked streets of Rome lie cool, shadowed spaces that hide layer upon layer of history. Beat the heat with air-conditioned travel and Skip-the-Line access directly down into three different, but equally fascinating archaeological finds.
First, you’ll visit the hallowed catacombs where, beneath their persecutors’ feet, early Christians practiced their forbidden faith. Almost 2,000 years ago, this network of secret tunnels doubled as a place of worship and burial ground. As you explore tombs carved out of solid rock, your guide – a local, expert English-speaker – will relate the fascinating history of this sacred spot.
From here, the coach will whisk you within sight of the Colosseum, to the Basilica of San Clemente. To descend below this structure is to move backwards through time. You’ll travel through the remains of 12th and 4th century basilicas, a 2nd century cult temple and ruins dating as far back as AD 64, when Emperor Nero watched the city burn. Incredibly, the ruins include an aqueduct that still works, after lying buried for centuries.
Your final destination is the Capuchin Crypt. Capuchin monks used the bones of nearly 4,000 of their brothers to decorate this sombre space in intricate floor-to-ceiling designs, lending it the macabre nickname of "the Bone Chapel". Your guide will tell you the theories, but it’s up to you to draw your own conclusions about the meaning of the crypt’s robed skeletons and vertebrae chandeliers.
Open your eyes to the city’s hidden side – and you’ll never see Rome the same way again.
Organize your sightseeing tour and admire all of Rome's major attractions, including the Colosseum, St. Peter's Basilica and the Spanish Steps. Enjoy stunning views on board of a comfortable double-decker bus and learn about the city's history as you listen to detailed audio commentaries.
Also known as The Eternal City, Rome is one of the most visited cities on the planet. Make the most of your vacation by exploring the city's historic monuments and exciting atmosphere with a hop-on hop-off bus ticket.
Admire the architectural sumptuousness of Rome from the deck of the bus, or hop-off at any of the world-famous attractions, such as the Colosseum, Spanish Steps and the Vatican.
Pick from 13 languages and learn about Rome's timeless beauty through the complimentary set of headphones.
The pink buses are on the move all day long and will take you to the city’s most important monuments and cultural venues while you are comfortably seated. Hop-on and off at your convenience and reward yourself with marvelous views of Rome you will never forget from one of the single or double-decker buses.
The capital of Italy, it has been said that modern Rome has one foot in the past and one in the present, with 2,000-year-old relics beside ultra-glam fashion.
The Italian Hard Rock Cafe has an upbeat modern feel, super cool Hard Rock merchandise, and a veritable colosseum of rock 'n' roll memorabilia! Looking to enjoy good food and drinks?
Join the fun at the world-famous Hard Rock Cafe Rome, where you'll find not just amazing meals to suit every appetite, but huge windows looking out over the Italian Capital. Hard Rock Cafe is the ultimate spot for people-watching, a quintessential part of Roman culture. So when in Rome, whether improving your wardrobe or seeking out la dolce vita, visit the Hard Rock Cafe Rome for everything an emperor would desire (chariot not included).
Gold Menu – 2-course menu
Choice of Main Course:
Grilled chicken sandwich
Chicken caesar salad
Twisted mac, chicken and cheese pasta
Lil' brownie with vanilla ice cream and hot fudge
Choice of one Beverage:
Soft drink, coffee, or tea
Diamond Menu – 3-course menu
Choice of Starter:
Lil' house salad
Lil' chicken wings
Choice of Main Course:
BBQ combo – pork ribs and hickory-smoked pulled pork
Herb-grilled chicken breast
Chicken caesar salad
Twisted mac, chicken and cheese pasta
Lil' brownie with vanilla ice cream and hot fudge
Choice of one Beverage:
Soft drink, coffee, or tea
No need to go through the hassle of reserving and collecting your ticket for the Papal Audience: it’ll already be there waiting for you when you meet your guide. While others are still collecting their tickets, you’ll be taking up a carefully chosen spot in St. Peter’s Square and settling in to wait for Pope Francis to arrive.
Your guide will prepare you for the Pope’s entrance by explaining the rich history and traditions behind the Papal Audience, and the Papacy itself. Even as the crowd builds in anticipation of the ceremony, your headset will still let you hear your guide loud and clear.
When his holiness Pope Francis himself arrives, circulating to greet the crowd, find that he passes right by your vantage point. The Pope will take the stage to give a special greeting to the assembled crowd, then he and his Cardinals will perform blessings in multiple languages, sing hymns and perform homilies. With the background provided by your guide, have an even richer appreciation of the ceremony.
Pope Francis has earned a reputation for interacting with his audience more than any previous pope, with crowds encouraged to pray and sing along. Papal Audiences today can be transformative events, and record numbers of people wish to attend. This is your chance to enjoy this once-in-a-lifetime experience without the stress of navigating the booking process or the 100,000-strong crowd.
Inizia la nuova stagione di Burlesque al Salone Margherita con la compagnia del Micca Club
“DIVA”: lo spettacolo delle dive, delle divine e dei divini artisti, ogni Martedì porta in scena il meglio della seduzione dell’arte del burlesque, con performers internazionali accompagnate da una live band di 5 musicisti e 3 cantanti, oltre ad un presentatore e ad un corpo di ballo.
Uno show brillante, divertente e con tanta musica da far saltare in piedi e battere i tacchi al tempo di swing.
Riservate il vostro tavolo per il buffet dinner o per una cena servita nelle eleganti salette liberty o nei prestigiosi ed intimi palchi privati affacciati sul palcoscenico al piano superiore.
Godetevi i raffinati cocktails old style preparati dai nostri bar tender e le suggestioni musicali del nostro djset!
Dovrete solo lasciarvi andare alla più eccitante e coinvolgente forma di Dinner Show che abbiate mai sperimentato!!
Vi faremo cenare, cantare, ballare e scatenare, ma soprattutto urlare!!
Perché, ricordate… più voi urlerete, più loro si spoglieranno!!Una serata all'opera
Spend a romantic night in the heart of Rome with the most beautiful Arias and love duets. Watch the Music of the Great Italian Tradition which will be performed in the stunning setting of the Throne Hall. Enjoy the most famous Arias by Verdi, Puccini, Bellini and listen the romantic melodies of the best Neapolitan Songs.
Mattinata, R. Leoncavallo
E lucevan le stelle (Tosca), G. Puccini
O mio babbino caro (Gianni Schicchi), G. Puccini
Questa o quella per me pari sono (Rigoletto), G. Verdi
La Vergine degli Angeli (La forza del destino), G. Verdi
Una furtiva lagrima (L’elisir d’amore), G. Donizetti
Batti, batti, bel Masetto (Don Giovanni), W. A. Mozart
Addio fiorito asil (Madame Butterfly), G. Puccini
Ah, non credea mirarti (La Sonnambula), V. Bellini
Vesti la Giubba (I Pagliacci), R. Leoncavallo
A’ vucchella, F. P. Tosti
Tu ca nun chiagne!, E. De Curtis
O marenariello, S. Gambardella
Libiamo, Brindisi (La Traviata), G. Verdi
Paola Alonzi, Soprano
Roberto Cresca, Tenore
Mehee Kim, PianoEntrance
Sixteen years after the debut in Italy of the acclaimed show Saltimbanco, the magic of Cirque du Soleil returns to its maximum form with Totem. Dates: from 1 to 19 April 2020 Rome (Tor di Quinto), Under The Grand Chapiteau.
Oltre la Serratura festival
Oltre la Serratura” non è semplicemente il titolo di una rassegna di
concerti, seppur di altissimo profilo artistico, non è uno stratagemma per stimolare la curiosità del pubblico o stuzzicare gli appetiti della moltitudine di turisti che ogni giorno si ferma al di fuori di quella serratura... E’ un luogo vero, concreto e soprattutto un luogo di scoperta.
Assistere ad uno dei nove concerti in programma è sicuramente l’occasione migliore per varcare la soglia di un mondo meraviglioso, per immergersi in uno dei luoghi tra i più “segreti” della città di Roma che con la sua raffinata bellezza racconta una nobile storia millenaria. Ma “Oltre la Serratura”, è soprattutto il luogo dove scoprire un mondo fatto di persone straordinarie che con la riservatezza ed il rispetto dovuti alla malattia ed alla disabilità si mettono in gioco in una formula di puro volontariato per regalare quanto più possibile ai “fratelli” meno fortunati con la ferma volontà di fare del bene al prossimo in pieno spirito melitense.
Sarà una serie di bellissimi concerti che permetterà ai nostri giovani da tutto il mondo di godere una settimana di vacanza e spiritualità a Roma dall’1 all’8 agosto 2020.
Il gran gala Magic torna per il sesto anno nello splendido Auditorium Conciliazione di Roma, per 3 eventi in due giornate, il 9 e 10 maggio 2020.