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Rome and Italy News

Visit Comacchio: a small jewel in northern Italy

This small town in northern Italy may not be well known abroad, but it certainly deserves a visit and it will fascinate you at first sight with its charming architecture and its long history, dating back to roman times. Comacchio is located not far away from Ferrara, Emilia...

Accessible Exhibition “Chagall: un sogno d’amore”

The dreamy and colorful world of Marc Chagall arrives in Naples, in Basilica Santa Maria Maggiore alla Pietrasanta, from February 15th. Marc Chagall was a Russian-French artist.  An early modernist, he was associated with several major artistic styles and created works in...

ACCESSIBLE GOETHE HOUSE IN ROME

Johann Wolfgang von Goethe is considered to be one the greatest german writers in European literature; writing, however, was not his only occupation as he was interested in philosophy, history, arts and even biology. Goethe was a great fan of classical antiquity, that’s why he...

Accessible “Venice glass week” at Murano

Accessible “Venice glass week” at Murano As part of The Venice Glass Week, and in addition to the presence of its exceptional permanent exhibition, the Fondazione Musei Civici di Venezia is presenting an exploration of innovative forms of artistic expression in glass through the...

ACCESSIBLE FORT BARD IN AOSTA VALLEY

Fort Bard is a fortified complex built in the 19th century by the House of Savoy on a rocky prominence above Bard, a town in the Aosta Valley. Fort Bard has been completely restored after many years of neglect. In 2006 it reopened to tourists as the Museum of the Alps, it has...

Accessible Photo Exhibition in Trastevere Museum until March 2019

Do you love photography and arts? Come to discover this fantastic exhibition in Rome! Through a journey of photographs Greenpeace tells how climate change does not concern only countries and places far from us and how they are not so distant in time. It is an unstoppable process...

Accessible Parsons Dance Company Show in Milan

New Italian tour (from March 1st to march 3rd 2019)  for the Parsons Dance Company, the American company loved by the public for its athletic and vital dance that conveys the joy of life.   Parsons Dance is a contemporary American dance company, internationally renowned for...

Tiramisù Festival in Rome

Travelling is getting lost in the beauty and variety of the world. One of the best things of travelling is genuinely engaging with the local culture; learning to live and think with the eyes of a local. The city is no longer a set of buildings, but it evolves in something full of...

Accessible Maxxi Museum in Rome

Accessible Maxxi Museum in Rome : The National Centre for the contemporary art and architecture MAXXI, the National Museum of 21st Century Arts, is the first Italian national institution devoted to contemporary creativity. Conceived as a broad cultural campus, MAXXI is managed by...

ACCESSIBLE EGYPTIAN MUSEUM IN TURIN

The Egyptian Museum is an archaeological museum in Turin, Piedmont, Italy, specialising in Egyptian archaeology and anthropology. It houses one of the largest collections of Egyptian antiquities, with more than 30,000 artefacts. The first object having an association with Egypt...

Accessible Museum of Scales and Balances

The Museum of Scales and Balances was founded on the basis of the desire expressed by Campogalliano Town Council to open a museum dedicated to this instrument which has long accompanied human society, guaranteeing equity in commercial exchanges to the point of becoming a symbol...

Bansky: this is not a photo opportunity

Bansky: This is not a photo opportunity Who Is Banksy? Banksy, a street artist whose identity remains unknown, is believed to have been born in Bristol, England, around 1974. He rose to prominence for his provocative stenciled pieces in the late 1990s. Banksy is the subject of a...

Accessible Villa del Principe in Genoa

Villa del Principe, the richest and most sumptuous noble household of the city of Genoa, the Villa of the only Prince Genoa ever had. It was 1529 when Andrea Doria, skilful admiral and legendary man of arms, began the constructions that would have lead to the rise of this...

Accessible Teatro alla Scala

Do you love classical music, ballets and theater? The worldwide famous Teatro alla Scala offers a wide range of concerts, shows and ballets completely accessible… Don’t miss this fantastic opportunity! The Teatro alla Scala was founded, under the auspices of the Empress Maria...

Accessible Andy Warhol exhibition in Turin

The works of the most famous exponent of Pop Art are finally in Italy, until 22th April 2019. Andy Warhol was born in Pittsburg in 1928. At seventeen he enrolled in the drawing and decorative arts courses at the Carnegie Institute of Technology. In 1949 he moved to New York,...