Italy is famous for its “dolce vita” lifestyle where everything is seen through pink glasses and real life seems to be an endless holiday. A visit to the city of Rome will show you its beauty and charms rather than its disadvantages.
Popularly known as the “living art gallery” of the world, Italy is an exotic place of masterpieces of art and architecture created through history, attracting hundreds of thousands of travellers every year. You can visit Rome in search of ancient treasures by some of the world’s most famous painters. Florence is flooded with history with ancient churches, villas and palaces. Every turn in Venice is a piece of history, whether it is a 13th century church, a Renaissance square or a monument. The Doge’s Palace and the Bridge of Sighs are only a few landmarks of interest.
Rome is a fascinating place that has inspired people to visit it for thousands of years. With its breathtaking buildings and monuments, incredible works of art, small-town charm, tranquil pace of life and world-class cuisine, the Eternal City is worth at least a visit, although it takes a lifetime to see all it has to offer.
Hotel Rome in the wonderful historic centre, G-Rough is a true concentration of style and design. The location, near Piazza Navona, is really, while the atmospheres are those of a princely timeless backdrop. Non-conformism is the watchword of a hotel with original stylistic choices by famous designers and historical brands, paying tribute to the genius of artists such as Ico Parisi, Gio Ponti, Silvio Cavatorta, Venini and Seguso. The result is an old and modern reality at the same time, able to welcome the guest in rooms and suites, all different from each other, capable of giving life to an authentic museum
Located in the famous Via Veneto street in Rome, the Moma restaurant offers you Italian gastronomic cuisine. You will taste traditional Roman cuisine with a touch of modernity and creativity. A reference in Roman cuisine, Moma offers refined dishes rich in flavours and colours for a unique culinary experience. Experience a typical Italian atmosphere in a pleasant atmosphere and enjoy the beautiful terrace of the restaurant for a moment of relaxation.
Zaha Hadid’s angular masterpiece, MAXXI, the National Museum of the 21st Century Arts – is a major attraction for art lovers in the city: the avant-garde design of the building contrasts strikingly with the city’s ancient heritage. Designed as a vast cultural campus, MAXXI produces and hosts art and architecture exhibitions, design projects, photographs, fashion, film premieres and theatre and dance performances.
Designed by French architect Odile Decq, the Museum of Contemporary Art in Rome is located in a renovated Peroni beer factory, offering ample space to present a number of intriguing exhibitions within its industrial walls. Today, thanks to a high-level exhibition activity implemented in recent years on a national and international scale, MACRO represents an important centre for the exhibition and production of contemporary art.