I am extremely excited and proud to announce that Archeoguidaroma has been nominated as a potential winner in the 2016 Holiday & Tour Specialist Awards.
Saturday, November 21 2015 the extraordinary event Musei in Musica comes back! Museums will be open from 8pm to 2am. The admission ticket will be only 1 euro. Music, dance, art. It will be a night full of surprises. Don't miss it!
"Roman-style artichokes"is a typical dish of Roman cuisine. The Romans have been cooking and eating artichokes for centuries, as described in Colummella’s De Rustica and in Pliny the Elder’s Naturalis Historia.
Currently, the carciofo romanesco del Lazio is cultivated in the coastal area North of Rome, between Ladispoli and Civitavecchia.
On the last Sunday of every month the Vatican Museums offer free entrance free entrance from 9 am to 12.30 pm; the Museums close at 2 pm. In this case it’s not possible to make reservations.
2015 Calendar of the days with free entry:
- Sunday January 25, 2015
- Sunday February 22, 2015
- Sunday March 29, 2015
On the first Sunday of every month monuments, museums, galleries, parks and gardens classified as national monuments will be free for all visitors. Mark your calendar for these free entrance dates in 2015:
- Sunday February 2, 2015
- Sunday March 1, 2015
- Sunday April 5, 2015
- Sunday May 3, 2015
The exhibition “Gladiatores Agony and Sports – Weapons and Armor of the Roman Empire” proposes an emotional and engaging journey in the world of ancient gladiators. The word gladiator comes from the Latin word gladius (sword). Gladiatoral games were very popolar in Ancient Rome and in the Roman Empire.