One of the most intense experiences to live on a holiday in Rome is surely the audience with the Pope, a moment very heart-felt by the faithful as it allows believers to listen to the reflections of the Pope and to receive the apostolic blessing.
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Visiting Ostia Antica means having the extraordinary experience of a trip in Rome, in one of its most authentic and perhaps least known parts. It means to lose yourself in its history, its legends, its colors and its perfumes, entering into a kind of time machine and leaving.
Roma Caput mundi! This is how the Latin poet Marco Anneo Lucano defined the city in his poem “Pharsalia”. The eternal city, with its infinite beauty, is one of the most visited destinations in the world, with millions of tourists who, every year, crowd the city to admire its beauty.
Would you like to spend a nice day nearby Rome doing shopping with all your family? I suggest you the Outlet Village Castel Romano!
The outlet Village Castel Romano is a place dedicated to the shopping of famous brands where you can find more than 140 shops of the best Italian and foreign brands with reduced prices during the whole year from 30% to 70%.
We go back in time, in the epoch of the pagan temples of the worshiped divinities, the rituals, the beliefs and the superstitions of our ancestors. If you are walking around the monuments and you have the desire to know more about the ancient religion of Rome, this is your itinerary.
Discover the main medieval towers of Rome, the most hidden aspects of the city related to its medieval past, all this with curiosity and anecdotes about the most important Roman families.
Rome is a city with a high number of ghosts. Why? Because it was the home of emperors, cardinals, princes, princesses and courtesans who lived at different times, each leaving their mark in the popular imagination.
Dedicated to those who have already been in Rome and who want “something more.” Let’s discover two wonderful basilicas from medieval times built on the remains of ancient buildings!
The works of the 17th and 18th centuries in Rome: Squares and fountains will be the backdrop to a unique experience that you can encounter only in Rome.