from 10-19 June 2022,

from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m., on Fridays and Saturdays until 1 a.m. –

Vinoforum, is the Roman exhibition dedicated to the world of wine and food.

Which will guide you on a journey of taste

more than 800 wineries with more than 2500 labels for tasting, signature dinners with thirty of the best Italian chefs who will be protagonists in the temporary restaurants

and the space dedicated to pizza, with the creations of 10 master pizza makers

Vinoforum – Rome –
Parco Tor di Quinto (Area Ponte Milvio) –
via Fornaci di Tor di Quinto, 10 –

Bus 23 or bus 280 + bus 69



Galleria Nazionale d’Arte Antica

From October 2021

At Palazzo Barberini from 8 October, you can enjoy the new layout of the sixteenth-century rooms. 7 rooms and 38 works. Thus, we have the “Tradition and Devotion” room, with the iconography of the Holy Family, the “Lorenzo Lotto” room, entirely dedicated to the Venetian painter’s “Mystic Marriage of Saint Catherine”, the “The gaze of the Renaissance” room, with works such as Raphael’s “Fornarina” and Piero di Cosimo’s “Magdalene”. The new layout curated by the director, Flaminia Gennari Santori, with Maurizia Cicconi and Michele Di Monte, aims to enhance the Palazzo and create a connection between the works and the space where they are exhibited so that visitors can understand the relationship between the work and the museum.
Via delle QUATTRO FONTANE 13 Ph 06 481 4591


UNTIL 31 12 2021

Reopens to the public after 14 years

The Mausoleum of Augustus, one of the most impressive architectural works of Roman times and the largest circular tomb in the ancient world, reopens to the public after 14 years.

“The Mausoleum of Augustus, a funerary monument, is the clearest example of the reuse and reinterpretation and rediscovery of the city’s ancient vestiges

A funerary monument before becoming a fortress in the Middle Ages, an Italian garden in the Renaissance, an arena for bulls and buffaloes in the age of the Grand Tour, and an auditorium in the early decades of the 20th century, is the most striking example of the rebuilding of the Mausoleum.

The visits, which last about 50 minutes, take place from Tuesday to Sunday from 9 am to 4 pm (last admission at 3 pm).

The visit, which is enriched with digital content in virtual reality, represents a complete itinerary through the various historical phases of the Mausoleum.

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