The Department of Tourism, Professional Training and Work of Roma Capitale opens up to Chinese tourism, taking over the "Roma" channel on the WeChat platform. The channel, completely in Chinese language, is dedicated to tourist information and promotion of services and themed itineraries.
The platform, in addition to the contents related to events and places of interest of the Capital, provides answers and information to questions asked by users within the shortest period of time, also using tools such as dedicated chatbots.
Inaugurated by Augustus in 13 BC and used for public performances for over four centuries, the Teatro di Marcello fell into decay after the fall of the Western Roman Empire and was converted first into a fortress and then into an aristocratic palace. Today it retains all its charm and its grandeur, and its high and well-preserved arches are a landmark in the southern area of the Campo Marzio, between the Tiber and the Capitoline Hill.
After an important restauration, Generali Italia in collaboration with Arthemisia, opens to the public “Generali Valore Cultura” at Palazzo Bonaparte. From the small wooden green balcony of this historical roman building, Maria Letizia Ramolino, mother to Napoleone Bonaparte, used to observe people walking between Piazza Venezia and via del Corso.
To celebrate its inauguration, on July 9, the building is visitable for free from 2 pm to midnight with #PalazzoinMostra.
A summer evening devoted to culture and entertainment at Palazzo Massimo, Palazzo Altemps and Terme di Diocleziano, three of the four seats of the National Roman Museum, which houses art masterpieces of the likes of the Ludovisi Throne, the Galatian Suicide or the frescoes of the villa of Livia in Prima Porta.