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Over 600,000 travelers from 192 different countries voted until 10 February on the Euro
From a place of rare beauty, a dip in the 17th-century Rome.
A weekend dedicated to the world of travel, to those who dream of reaching a specific destination or want to discover new opportunities: from 23 to 25 April, the Palazzo de
Culture is back to life: after a due suspension, the green light comes to open museums, archaeological parks, and exhibitions in the yellow zone to the public.
Organized and awarded by Tiqets, the world’s leading digital booking platform, the Remarkable Venue Awards aim to spotlight museums and attractions in Italy, Franc
After the Mausoleum of Augustus, another fascinating monumental complex is preparing to welcome back visitors after more than 40 years.
The Appia Antica Archaeological Park gets bigger and richer thanks to the acquisition by the State, after years of negotiations, of an important archaeological complex that was unt
Conceived by the German artist Gunter Demnig and at the center of a project involving all of Europe, the stumbling stones or Stolpersteine are concrete cubes bearing a brass plat
Rome’s Fiumicino airport is once again at the forefront of protocols for flying as safely as possible.
To provide an overview of the most “passenger-friendly” airports in Europe, the web platform for booking travel throughout Europe Omio analyzed the main airports across 30
Appeared on the antiques market in 2008 in London and attributed to an anonymous Bolognese artist, the Country Dance has been recognized as a masterpiece by the great painter Guido Reni
Concrete measures that can support those who work in tourism industry – a sector crucial for the Italian economy – and kick-start recovery.
Roma Capitale wins a fourth place in the ICity Rank 2020, gaining 11 positions compared to last year: this is certified by the report on smart and sustainable Italian cities, prese
Rome is an inexhaustible casket of treasures: a new portion of the Imperial Forums has come back to light.
The Ministro per i Beni e le Attività Culturali e per il Turismo, Dario Franceschini, together with the Director of the Agenzia del Demanio, Antonio Agostini, the President of Enit - Agenzia Nazion
After the archaeological investigations, preliminary to the recovery and restoration project, from 1 March 2021, the Mausoleum of Augustus, one of the most impressive architectural
Export the excellence and uniqueness of Made in Rome products abroad and support the city’s commercial enterprises by exploiting the potential of the network: created in collaborat
A way to keep the sport alive and accelerate its restart in total safety: famous for hosting the International Tennis Championships, the Grand Stand Arena of the Foro Italico has been transformed i
The City Sightseeing and Big Bus tourist open bus services, on sale in the Infopoints of Roma Capitale, are suspended until March.
Good things come in threes, and this is especially true if we talk about Leonardo da Vinci airport.
50 years after the 1974 edition, made unforgettable by Pietro Mennea’s gold and silver medals and Sara Simeoni’s bronze in the high jump final, Rome returns to host the most important Europ
Roma Data Platform was developed to make Rome an increasingly smart city and to enhance the enormous information it holds.
To tackle the pandemic, around 9 billion euros have been allocated this year for the culture and tourism sectors.
Il Volo tribute to Ennio Morricone is the extraordinary live musical show, free and open to all, dedicated to the late Oscar-winning comp
The Gallerie Nazionali di Arte Antica in Rome open the doors of the famous apartment of Palazzo Barberini decorated by Princess Cornelia Costanza Barberini and her
Instagram crowns the splendid Roman square undisputed queen of the cult places of world literature.