„You can't mess with the future", Eco Carnival Largo Appio Claudio, Rím, Taliansko


The third edition of the Eco Carnival returns to Rome on Sunday 23 February. The parade makes a circuit of about 3 kilometers between the metro stops Subaugusta and Lucio Sestio in Rome. Here can participate in sports groups, social-cultural associations, youth centers, neighborhood committees, senior centers, parish groups, or friends' groups and even schools...


Carnival at the Castle of Bracciano Bracciano, Metropolitan City of Rome, Italy

09.02.2020 - 23.02.2020

The Bracciano castle is going to present a special carnival, child-friendly. Sunday 9 and 23 February, at 3 pm, the Carnival will go down with "The King's clothes". Carnival at the Castle of Bracciano, the program The two days include an animated visit for children with characters and the final story "The King's clothes", which will come to life in the magical story room...


James Blunt live in Rome (Once Upon A Mind Tour)! Palazzo dello Sport - Roma, Piazzale Pier Luigi Nervi, Rím, Taliansko


James Blunt, a famous singer from the United Kingdom, has sold worldwide more than 23 million albums. Immediately after he released his sixth album “Once Upon a Mind” on October 25th, he is also starting his new tour, and we can see him in three Italian cities, as well as in the capital city – Rome, in March 28th 2020...


Sergio Leone Exhibition Museo dell'Ara Pacis, Lungotevere in Augusta, Rome, Metropolitan City of Rome, Italy

17.12.2019 - 05.03.2020

Once upon a time there was Sergio Leone, the exhibition at the Ara Pacis. Once upon a time there was Sergio Leone, this is the title of the exhibition inaugurated at the Ara Pacis, on 17 December and which will be open until 3 May 2020. A special tribute with which the capital chooses to celebrate 30 years from death and 90 years from the birth of one of the greatest myths of Italian cinema...


Secret Impressionists Palazzo Bonaparte, Piazza Venezia, Rome, Metropolitan City of Rome, Italy

06.10.2019 - 08.03.2020

From 6 October at Palazzo Bonaparte in Rome opens the exhibition Impressionisti Segreti, produced and organized by the Arthemisia Group. To celebrate the opening of the Palazzo - which Generali Italia makes available to the city of Rome and beyond, as a new Generali General Culture space - in the marvelous rooms of the noble floor where Maria Letizia Ramolino, the mother of Napoleon Bonaparte, lived, over 50 works will be exhibited of artists including Monet, Renoir, Cézanne, Pissarro, Sisley, Caillebotte, Morisot, Gonzales, Gauguin, Signac, Van Rysselberghe and Cross...

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