Rome, the Eternal City, is the Capital of Italy. Famous for its history and architectural monuments. Rome was built at Roman’s time. It hosted one of the main cultures in every time. From Roman Empire to the Vatican, Rome was the hearth of the history.
Today Rome is an enchanting mix of millennium-old churches, the best known Vatican City with St. Peter Basilica, its amazing colonnade and Michelangelo frescos, as well as grand romantic ruins, opulent monuments, and Museums, from the historic ones (archeological sites like Imperial Foro and its Museum, Galleria Nazionale d’Arte Antica in Barberini Palace, Galleria Borghese, Musei Capitolini) to the modern ones (Galleria Nazionale di Arte Moderna e Contemporanea, MACRO museum in Testaccio, MAXXI museum, Nuvola Congress Center) and more.
Rome offers also a growing nightlife, music concert, plays and entertainment in his famous Teatro dell’Opera and Auditorium Parco della Musica. Today, for its incredible value, the city of Rome and his historic center is under UNESCO protection, as one of the most beatiful and important World Heritage Site.Rome combines together history, art, culinary excellence, good weather and much more. A city not to be missed any time of the year, which offers a huge variety of places to visit and activities to do. Museums, live events and international shows, haute couture for fashion experience and shopping, haute cuisine for gourmet experience, sport.
Located in the Roman Forum, the massive stone amphitheater known as Colosseum was commissioned by Emperor Vespasian, as a gift to the Roman people. Inside, the Colosseum had seating for more than 50,000 spectators. The combatants who fought in front of Colosseum audiences in ancient Rome were gladiators, generally slaves, condemned criminals or prisoners of war.
Rome and the location of important religious, political and social activities. Today, the Roman Forum is one of the most famous tourist sites in the world, attracting more than 4.5 million visitors annually.
St Peter’s Basilica & Vatican Museum
The St. Peter's Basilica is an Italian Renaissance church in Vatican City. Designed principally by Donato Bramante, Michelangelo, Carlo Maderno and Gian Lorenzo Bernini, St. Peter's is the most renowned work of Renaissance architecture and the largest church in the world.
the Capitoline Museum hosted a beautiful collections of ancient sculpture and archeological finds, mostly Roman but also Greek and Egyptian.
Rome Convention Centre La Nuvola
The Rome Convention Center La Nuvola, a work of extraordinary artistic value, marked by innovative logistic solutions and technologically advanced material choices. The building will rise up in a strategic area in the historical Eur district, integrated in the surrounding urban context, on a total area of more than 27,000 square meters
The MAXXI design goes beyond the concept of the building-museum. The complexity of the volumes, the curving walls, the variations and intersections of the levels determine a very rich spatial and functional configuration that visitors may pass through via ever different and unexpected routes.
Auditorium Parco della Musica
The Auditorium Parco della Musica represents a sophisticated music architecture and an extraordinary urban improvement work. Its history started in 1993 when the City of Rome published a new international call of tender to find “home” to the Accademia Nazionale di Santa Cecilia. Today, artists and musicians from all over the world performed at the Auditorium. Classical, pop, rock music: at the auditorium you can listen all kinds of music!