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    Guided tours at Domus Aurea’s archaeological restoration site every Saturday and Sunday  The Domus Aurea’s archaeological restoration site is open with a new and innovative multimedia experience aimed to improve the scientific value of the site. As implementation of the offer usually provided during the previous years, a new specific site project has been realized focusing on new ...
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    The Tourist Infopoints are welcome centre kiosks for tourists visiting the city, Italian and foreign alike. The Tourist Infopoints’ multilingual staff distributes tourism and cultural information to the public which has been compiled and authorised by the Rome Municipal Council’s Office for tourism and Sovrintendenza Comunale. Tourist Infopoints are open 365 days a year and are ...
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    060608 is here, Rome City Council’s telephone and internet service providing tourist and cultural information for Romans and visitors. It is further possible through this specially designed service, created in partnership with the “Zètema Progetto Cultura”, to purchase tickets for museums, exhibitions, shows and events and then pick them up there and then. As well ...
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    The Arrivals area of the T3 terminal at Fiumicino airport hosts the scale model of the Forum of Caesar, a present-day representation of the historical complex and, with a play of light, a reconstruction of how it appeared at the time of ancient Rome. For further information www.comune.roma.it Roma 22 dicembre 2017 – Su iniziativa ...
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    Roma Pass 48 Hours, which is sponsored by Rome City Council and the Ministry for the Arts and Cultural Activities and Tourism, in collaboration with ATAC, the public transport company, is the capital’s special tourist-cultural card that enables both tourists and interested local residents, the opportunity to benefit from various discounts and services that make ...
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    Rome crowds in December, January, February With its vast array of archaeological and art treasures, it’s no surprise that Rome is one of the world’s most visited cities. Between seven to 10 million tourists descend upon the Eternal City every year and the number sometimes doubles during Catholic Holy Years. It might seem like no ...
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    Rome’s Winter, from December to February, is usually pretty mild compared to other destinations in Northern Europe. The average temperature is nearly 8°C (46,4 °F). On sunny days maximum temperatures reach 12/15 °C ( 53,6 / 59,00 °F) during daytime. However, December in Rome is also the second wettest month of the year after November, so ...