Rome's largest villa, once the sumptuous aristocratic residence of the Pamphilj family, has reopened to the public a historic 17th-century building, leaning against the ancient Trajan-Paul aqueduct and overlooking the Aurelia Antica, the Roman consular road trodden by centuries of history.
Just a few steps away from the famous Via Veneto, Palazzo Barberini is a place of unspeakable beauty, a marvelous Baroque palace designed by the most important architects of the 17th century – Carlo Maderno, Gian Lorenzo Bernini and Francesco Borromini
The Circus Maximus is one of the most monumental works of Roman engineering, a timeless place with great evocative power that in Rome’s recent history has hosted events of global significance. On 6 July, this evocative location will be the scene of a spectacular concert organised in synergy with the City of Rome and the Department of Major Events, Sport, Tourism and Fashion.
Sharing mobility, the choice to share vehicles or routes, is a constantly expanding phenomenon that has now revolutionized the world of traditional transport by making it more innovative, efficient and sustainable. The spread of shared vehicles does not only concern cars and motorbikes but also micro-mobility: electric bikes and push scooters, first and foremost, light, agile and comfortable vehicles for short journeys and quick trips, silent against noise pollution and climate friendly.