Three flights a week between Rome and Sydney, with a stopover in Perth, operating until 6 October in response to strong demand for international travel and the widespread desire to travel the world again after two years of restrictions and fears. The new non-stop connection offered by Qantas is the result of a long-lasting joint work between Australia’s national carrier and ADR, with the support of main national institutions, and is currently the only direct flight between Australia and continental Europe.
A true feast for the palate, a super recipe that celebrates Romanity in the cuisine, its fame has now spread across the ocean, winning over readers of the New York Times. Which has reserved an article and a post for the “Pasta alla Zozzona” dish on its NytCooking Instagram page that boasts more than 3.5 million followers and usually posts the world’s most delicious and interesting recipes, focusing on top and emerging food trends.
Whether they are held in a square, a garden, a courtyard or even a parking lot, outdoor movies – with the big screen framed by a starry sky in the darkness of the night – is one of those indispensable pleasures offered by warm summer evenings. In the more relaxed summer days, one can catch up on films missed during the year, discover small masterpieces or re-enjoy great classics and vintage films.
Injured, stolen, missing, illegally sold or exported works of art. And then, finally, brought back home. The new Museo dell’Arte Salvata (Museum for Rescued Art), housed since June in the Octagonal Hall of the Baths of Diocletian, one of the 4 venues of the Museo Nazionale Romano, is a place that tells the story of art rescue in its different forms.