The eternal city is preparing to welcome the summer with a series of initiatives that will animate the city from the center to the periphery. The many areas of Rome is preparing to host events that can cheer the hot summer nights of the capital.
Back, like every month, the event "A Sunday at the museum" an opportunity to visit for free all municipal museums of the capital. Permanent exhibitions, galleries, archaeological digs, parks and monumental gardens will be open to everyone to spend a Sunday than the usual. Openings, costs and reservations are at the discretion of each structure for this you need to contact the museum for how to participate.
Throughout the month of June, the film becomes the protagonist, until July 30, in Trastevere. In Piazza San Cosimato will screen 60 films of various types to suit every kind of spectator. Before the screening there will be presentations of many artists of Italian cinema who will introduce the film and beyond.
Park Rosati's Eur district in Rome will host, from June to September, the twenty-first edition of the International Festival of Music and Latin American Culture. The opening night is free, as every year, motivated by important artists of Latin music for evenings full of dancing and entertainment for a unique energy.
From June 23 you can visit the Quirinale turned museum available to all citizens on Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Fridays and Saturdays from 9:30 to 16:00. You can visit all the rooms and the main rooms on the main floor, among them the Zodiac Room and the room of the Bees. Is was also thought a second route at a cost of 10 Euros, free only for certain categories of visitors, who will visit the collections of porcelain table, the Quirinale, the Garden and the Carriage Museum.
June 29, Rome celebrates its patrons: Saints Peter and Paul. The main liturgies will be celebrated in St. Peter's Basilica, and the surrounding San Paolo will host rides, games, concerts for the appearance of the pagan festival. The most awaited moment is the turning of the fireworks that will illuminate the skies over Castel Sant'Angelo, a unique tradition that replicates since 1449.