The Inedito World Tour 2011-2012 is the sixth world tour by Italian singer-songwriter Laura Pausini in support of her eleven studio album Inedito / Inédito which its planned to visit America and Europe so far. Inedito play the Palalottomatica this December. » Read more..
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From December through January 6, visitors will find a festive Christmas market in Piazza Navona filled with stalls selling handmade gifts, nativity crafts, children’s toys, and seasonal treats. » Read more..
Tired from a day on your feet? Then check out the wide range of health clubs like Fashioness and Capanelle in the city that offer a wide range of massages, rubs and have some of the best baths in Rome. » Read more..
The Galleria Nazionale d’Arte Moderna e Contemporanea contains 19th and the 20th century works which are a representation of a variety of regional school and works of foreign artists in Italy. In the years between the First and Second World Wars, the additions to the gallery were mainly from the 1800s with a new location dedicated to the collection of the work of current artists. » Read more..
Rome’s Opera season continues in November. Rome has a lively scene for those who love teather and opera. From classical theatre pieces to ballet, from a musical to opera compositions, the city offers a wide range of possibilities, with her off theatres or with her more institutional theatres. » Read more..
The Roma Jazz Festival takes place in Rome this November. The Festival is organized by the International Music Festival Foundation. Over the years, through the selection of new artist and musicians, the festival has focused on and voiced two central themes: The Great Jazz Cultural Expression of the 900’s and Jazz as Ecumenical Music so that, by way of the common language of music, the festival has united humankind around the world. The Roma Jazz Festival has presented its listeners more than 900 concerts during its 33 annual celebrations, with a total attendance of one million people. Still today, the artist involved in this festival are among the most revered Italian and International interpreters of this music genre. » Read more..
Rome is home to not one, but two of Italy’s biggest soccer teams. AS Roma and Lazio play in one of the world’s best leagues – the Serie A. They groundshare the Stadio Olimpico and share a fierce rivalry. Watch either side play a home game in November, but beware of finding yourself in trouble as Italian football teams are notorious for their violent firms who attend games. Roma and Lazio take on one another in one of the biggest derbies in world football, Roma also play Palermo at home during the month, while Lazio have a busier schedule and host AC Milan, Udinese in the Serie A and Panathinaikos and Tottenham in the Champions League at the Stadio Olimpico. » Read more..
Back in Rome after a sold-out concert in July, Fiorella Mannoia, the versatile Italian pop singer presents her latest album. Although she began recording in the late 1960s, she shot to fame twenty years later, winning the critics award two years running at the 1987 and 1988 Sanremo Festivals. She has won the prestigious Tenco award five times, the only performer to have won in her category more than once. » Read more..
The feast day of Saint Francis of Assisi is celebrated on or about October 3, the day in 1226 when the Umbrian saint died. In Rome, the religious festival for San Francesco is celebrated with a wreath-laying near the Basilica of San Giovanni in Laterano. Another special place to observe the holiday is at the church of San Francesco a Ripa in Trastevere. Saint Francis stayed in a hospice here in 1219. » Read more..
Ignore all those urban myths about Roman traffic and explore Italy’s capital city from the ground by taking a biking tour of the city and see all its highlights. Experienced tour guides from Baja Bikes and Roman Cruiser Tours with excellent English will lead you around the historical city. Enjoy the city’s amazing architecture at an easy pace. » Read more..