Campo Marzio, a Jewel in Rome

With its valuable monuments from the Roman, Medieval and Renaissance periods, the area of the ancient Campo Marzio is the pulsing heart of Rome. Campo Marzio was seen by the Romans as the “centre” and it takes its name from the god of war, Mars, because originally it was home to a sanctuary dedicated to…

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Summer Opera Festival at Baths of Caracalla

A trip in search of the ancient Roman history cannot miss the Baths of Caracalla, with a rich program of opera, ballet and music offered on the summer evenings. O n a summer night, music has a magical flavour. Here, it is paired with history and art, against a perfect backdrop of the ancient Roman…

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Casina Valadier: a Perfect Dinner with a View

Casina Valadier, the nineteenth-century elegance 
that dominates the Eternal City. Immersed in the splendid gardens of Villa Borghese, Casina Valadier confirms the dream of the architect from which it takes its name, who renovated it in the first half of the nineteenth century as part of a larger project involving re-organisation of the Pincio. Giuseppe…

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Panerai Opens its First Boutique in Rome

Panerai's first Roman boutique, the Florentine high quality sports watch brand, lands at number 130 Via del Babuino, a prestigious shopping thoroughfare in the heart of the capital. For the occasion, the brand launches a special edition of the Luminor Marina – 44 mm, the most iconic of Panerai’s watches, made in an edition of…

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