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June 2019 // Events in Rome.

June 2019 // Events in Rome.

June opens with the holiday of “Republic Day”  this Sunday!
Rome is ready to celebrate the historic  referendum of 1946, with which the Italians abolished monarchy in favor of Republic.
As per tradition, a parade will start from the Altare della Patria, where, at 9.15 am, President Mattarella will lay a laurel wreath on the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier. At 10 am, in Via dei Fori Imperiali, the military parade will begin with an exhibition of the “Frecce Tricolore”
From 3pm to 7pm, the Quirinale Gardens will open to public (without reservation)

 

“Lungo Il Tevere”

From June 5, 2019  begins the event Lungo Il Tevere …

Along the Tiber bank you will find stands, bars, cultural events, shows, that make the Roman summer, an unique summer both for Romans and tourists
There will take place as well photographic and cinematographic exhibitions about characters that have made the Capital great: an open-air art gallery that celebrates the immense artistic and social heritage of the city.
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Don’t’ miss the opportunity to visit the  Municipal rose garden , still open until June 16th with its thousand species of roses in a triumph of colors and scents that make this  place magical
From here you can enjoy a splendid view of the Circus Maximus and the Palatine Hill.

Opening hours:  from 8.30 am  to 7.30 pm

Municipal Rose Garden, Via di Valle Murcia 6; free entry.

 

“Vinòforum”
Also this year one of the most successful food and wine events in the capital, Vinòforum returns. From June 14 to 23,  hundreds of events will enliven Rome, especially in the Farnesina area, from via Mario Toscano to Lungotevere Maresciallo Diaz.Over 2,500 national and international wine labels, tastings with starred chefs, temporary restaurants, courses and seminars await you

June will end with the celebrations of the patron Saints of the city, St. Peter and St. Paul. On June 29. The Vatican City celebrates the Feast of Saint Peter and Saint Paul as a public holiday. Both the Apostle Peter and the Apostle Paul were martyred in Rome, and today, they are “joint patron saints” of the city of Rome under Roman Catholic tradition.

On the same day, June 29th, Take That will perform their greatest hits in concert at Rock in Roma 2019 and celebrate the 30th anniversary of their career.

Take That confirmed the release of Odissey, an album that brings together the band’s greatest hits.Take That will perform in the “Parco della Musica” Auditorium, from 9.00 pm

 

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Explore Rome’s beautiful surroundings !

Explore Rome’s beautiful surroundings !

With so much to see in Rome, it can be hard to tear yourself away from the city, anyway the surroundings of  Rome offer spectacular daytrips.

Here you have a few ideas !

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The garden of Ninfa  ( Cisterna Latina)

The garden of Ninfa was declared “Natural Monument” by the Region Lazio in 2000.
It opens to public in all its beauty from April until the first days of November
Inside the Garden of Ninfa there are cherry trees and ornamental apple trees that bloom in a spectacular way in spring, varieties of deciduous magnolias, birches, marsh irises and a sensational variety of Japanese maples.
Opening days and tickets 2019
May: 1, 4, 5, 12, 19, 26.
June: 1, 2 and 16.
July: 6, 7 and 21.
August: 3, 4 and 15.
In September the weekend of the 7th and 8th.
In October Saturday 5 and Sunday 6,
November only Sunday the 3rd
The price of  tickets  to visit the Garden of Ninfa is € 15 full price
Free entry for children under 12.

 

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Villa d’este – Villa adriana ( Tivoli)

Villa Adriana was built between 118 and 138 AD from Hadrian (Publius Aelius Hadrianus)
Adriano decided to move his residence outside the capital, choosing a green and water-rich territory, near Tivoli, 28 km from Rome,
The Villa includes residential buildings, spas, nymphaeums, pavilions, gardens that alternate according to a completely unusual distribution, which does not reflect the usual sequence of villas and imperial domus
Villa Adriana was declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 1999

Villa d’Este  is a masterpiece of the Italian garden and part of  UNESCO  world heritage, with an impressive concentration of fountains, nymphaeums, caves and water games
Cardinal Ippolito II d’Este, Governor of Tivoli since 1550, immediately caressed the idea of creating a garden along the  slope of the “Valle gaudente”. In 1605 Cardinal Alessandro d’Este started a new program of interventions for the restoration and repair of damage to vegetation and plumbing systems,
Other works were carried out in the years 1660 – 70, when Gianlorenzo Bernini himself was involved.

 

Civita di bagnoreggio

Located on the border of Umbria, in  the Tiber Valley, Civita di Bagnoregio is  squeezed between the two deep ravines of Rio Chiaro and Rio Torbido. It is part of the Most Beautiful Villages of Italy.
For many years it became almost a ghost town, today  Civita di Bagnoregio is connected to its sister Bagnoregio, and to the “rest of the world”, through a very thin and long viaduct. It was rebuilt twice, after the demolition of the old masonry bridge, blown up by the Germans during the Second World War.
Entrance ticket prices to the Borgo
Every day of the year: € 5.00

 

 

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Ostia antica

The Archaeological Park of Ostia Antica is one of the largest and most famous in Italy, equal only to that of Pompei. Thanks to the nineteenth-century escavations, 34 hectares (out of 50 possible) are rebuilt. Ostia
It seems, according to tradition, that this was one of the first inhabited settlements in Rome (founded by Anco Marzio) therefore one of the oldest areas.
The excavations of Ostia Antica were begun, at the behest of Pius VII in 1800 and were carried out by Pius IX in 1909 with Vaglieri, Paribeni and Calza who helped to resurrect the Ancient Host from the dust of the soil that had buried it.
The excavations of Ostia Antica are located in Via dei Romagnoli 717 and can be easily reached with your own vehicle or by metro, taking the B line towards Laurentina up to Magliana and from here the train to Lido di Ostia up to Ostia Antica, cross the blue pedestrian overpass and go straight to the excavation gate (total time about half an hour).

 

For more information, ask at the reception desk of Yes Hotel Rome Our staff will be happy to show you a wide range of tours !

“The Night of Museums” – Next May 18. in Rome

“The Night of Museums” – Next May 18. in Rome

Saturday Night at Museums next May 18.

Saturday, May 18 museums open until 2 am for the new edition of “The Night of Museums”, promoted by Roma Capitale.
The event takes successfully place throughout Europe  since 2005 and  reaches its eleventh edition in Rome by opening the Civic Museums from 8.00 pm to 2.00 am  paying a symbolic entrance fee of only 1 euro.
Some of the museums you will be able to visit are :  Musei Capitolini, Centrale Montemartini, Museo dell’Ara Pacis, Museum of Rome Palazzo Braschi, Museum of Rome In Trastevere,  Museum of the Imperial Forums, Museums of Villa Torlonia

When : Saturday 18 May 2019
from 20.00 to 2.00 (last entry at 01.00)

Entrance ticket
Admission for 1 euro, unless otherwise indicated
For info: 0039 060608 (every day from 9.00 am to 7.00 pm)

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