This week we suggest you this list of events and activities, to improve your staying here in Rome.
This week we have the following new movie, with English audio and Italian subtitles:
American biographical drama film directed by Damien Chazelle and based on the book First Man: The Life of Neil A. Armstrong. The movie follows the astronaut’s life leading up to the Apollo 11 mission to the Moon in 1969.
A wonderful exhibition of contemporary art, hold in the Bramante Cloister from the 23 of September to the 5 of next May, and where arts meet human dreams. The visitor is immersed into the mind and true soul of the artist: the exhibition reveals and analyses human desires, conscience, knowledge, emotions and memories. The main point is to move visitor’s heart and mind, surround him with arts, colors, lights and music, in order to inflame his mind and senses. Be ready to be astonished by unique beauty.
This weekend returns the Wine Festival, an annual tradition organized by the owner of Eataly Ostiense. During these two days you have the special opportunity to taste excellent wine made by small and young wine producers, who will be gladly explain the process of preparing and selling their wine. Remember that here in Italy we never drink wine on an empty stomach, therefore you even have a wide variety of delicious food you can taste.
Cervara di Roma is a small medieval village, situated about 50 kilometers (30 miles) from Rome. Since the ancient time, the village has been called The artist’s town, because it has always been a famous destination for artists who travel around the Italian country. Its stunning natural environment, the ancient and fascinating churches and the castle where visitors would be astonished by the view on the surrounding valley. Cervara is considered a can’t-miss stop for travelers around the center of Italy, mainly for two reasons: it is the front-door of the Natural Regional Park of Monti Simbruini, the biggest protected area of Lazio; the presence of La scalitana degli artisti (the Staircase of Artists), a number of sculpture, murals, paintings and poems carved on the rocks which form a long staircase that leads visitors from the valley up to the village.