It has been said multiple times – Rome is an open door museum. It is a stunning view for every first-time visitor, still astonishing the second time, overwhelming even for those who have been there many times.
Roma has a huge concentration of museums, showcasing some of the best art and sculpture examples in the whole World. Our tour will take you around exploring the 4 museums in Rome you must see.
There are no such beauties anywhere else: visiting Rome is a one and only experience, like no other. Huge open spaces, theatres, classical landscapes, egyptian obelisques, roman arches, basilicas and ancient ruins. All of the above and much much more.
Whether you are in town for one day only, one full week or whether you are planning on staying for the rest of your life, there are definitely 4 museums in Rome you must see.
You find yourself in the most beautiful capital city in the World: Rome, also called the Eternal City.
Rome is an open door museum, a city that offers stunning attractions at every corner.
The italian capital caters for any sort of traveller: shall you look for history, arts, adventure and even breathtaking landscapes –
Rome is the perfect destination for your trip!
Well, you obviously know that it is pretty much impossible to see everything Rome has to offer in only one day of visiting. I know of people that have been to Rome 5 times and still claim they did not get the whole picture!
There is though a chance to visit some of the best landmarks in one day only. Today I am going to share with your the perfect itinerary that covers 10 places to visit in Rome in just one day.
Ready? Here we go!
Beautiful, stunning, magnificent. There are a million ways to describe Rome, the Eternal city.
Centuries of history, arts and social changes have contributed to building what is today the busy city of Rome.
But wait! This is not just a city, it is an open door museum. And it is very much worth to discover every little corner, every square, every fountain, every palace. That is how you will deeply understand the never-ending cultural features the city has developed.
Today you will join a Vatican City tour – well, not just A tour – this is my special Vatican Tour Rome. A tour that lets you learn about the religious history of Rome and the true meaning behind all artworks.
Not only that: with this tour you will get to skip the lines and enjoy every masterpiece in the Vatican state in just a day!
Discover Rome with our Vespa Tour
There is so much art, architecture and history to discover in Rome, and as many ways to explore the city.
Today we are going to join a Vespa Tour Rome, a fun and different way to discover all beauties in Rome on scooter.
Not only you will be able to enjoy the breathtaking scenery from different points of view, with this Vespa tour you will also get to learn almost every little secret of the Eternal City, Rome.
Rome, the Eternal city, is an evolving and never ending metropolis. It is a stunning destination and it’s on every traveler’s bucket list.
You surely need to pay a visit to magnificent Rome at least once in life.
There is so much to do and see in Rome that one short visit won’t pay enough justice. Historical sites, romantic panoramas, a busy street life – all give Rome its special vibe.
Visiting Rome is a true luck and you do not want to spoil it. Rome is like a huge outdoor museum and you need the make the best of your trip. Having a customized private Rome tour planned out will help you visit most favourite landmarks in the Eternal City. All this while deeply understanding its spiritual features, artistic influences and architectural prospects.
Do not want to miss a thing? Your best option is to hire a personal tour guide in Rome.
Uno de los primeros estudiosos en realizar excavaciones sistemáticas de la Roma Antigua, fue Rodolfo Lanciani, ingeniero y estudioso que llega a Roma, apenas ésta es transformada en Capital del Reino de Italia (1870). A los 25 años, Lanciani es nombrado Secretario de la recién nacida Comisión Arqueológica Comunal que le permitió realizar los primeros estudios profundos a través de excavaciones miradas a descubrir la ciudad histórica. En el momento de su muerte, en el 1929, dejó un legado de 120.000 fichas empastadas en 95 grandes volúmenes, que pasó a engrosar la Biblioteca Vaticana.
The use of opus caementicium provided the impulse for the monumental development of Roman architecture during the imperial period, but it was fired bricks that served as the primary means for its advance. In reality, bricks were already part of the oldest building tradition in Rome, but generally in the form of mud bricks made with an argillaceous mixture and left to dry in the sun. This opus latericium was still being put to general use in construction in the first century B.C. with excellent results., at least according to Vitruvius , who emphasized the monetary value that Romans attributed to walls in mud bricks, as compared to those in stone.
Following the expulsion of the last Tarquin king in 509 B.C., the Romans inaugurated the larges Tuscan temple ever made, dedicated to Jupiter, Juno, and Minerva on the southern summit of the Capitoline Hill. The architecture employed was still that of the Etruscan world. Rome, however was destined to affirm its presence and language over the entire Mediterranean region, with a history that began with the destruction of Veii itself in 396 B.C. Over the span of two centuries, Roman architecture succeeded in drawing ideas from the Greek and Magna Graecia world to express an autonomous identity that reflected Latin society and its cults. From temples to basilicas, and from imperial residences to bathing complexes, theatres and amphitheatres, every structure spoke a “Roman” language. Great structures that revolutionized the very concept of architectural space throughout the ancient world. Its lexicon was soon adopted by all the cities of the empire.
Después de decenios de abandono, incuria, degrado, finalmente se abre la obra de restauro del Mausoleo del Emperador Augusto en Roma. Por años, este ejemplo de arquitectura romana Antigua, construida en el año 28 a.C, se había convertido en un basural, tierra de ratones, de vagabundos y saqueadores. La alcalde de Roma Virginia Raggi acaba de presentar oficialmente dicha abertura , que será financiada con aportes públicos y en parte privado, gracias a un acuerdo con la compañía telefónica Telecom . Telecom aportará 6 millones de Euros, compromiso adquirido durante el gobierno del anterior Alcalde Ignacio Marino. Un proyecto, que había quedado encastrado por casi 4 años en tramitaciones burocráticas de la Municipalidad y que finalmente emprende el vuelo. (more…)
(ANSA) – Rome, May 3 – The monumental tomb of Rome’s first emperor, Augustus, is to return to “iconic” status after decades of neglect, Rome Mayor Virginia Raggi said in unveiling a six-million-euro project funded by telecoms giant Tim.