Events in Rome
Discover all the events in Rome to fully enjoy your stay in the Capital.
Exhibitions, shows, concerts and all the activities in the city!
Roma Summer Fest
With the arrival of summer, the concerts of the Roma Summer Fest 2023 are back from the 6th of June to the 26th of September at the Auditorium Parco della Musica in Rome.
Caracalla Festival 2023
The summer appointment with the Caracalla Festival 2023 is back: events and opera the Baths of Caracalla from 30 May to 10 August.
Welcome to Rome
Until the 31st of July 2023, Cinema Augustus hosts the Welcome to Rome interactive exhibition created by the physicist and science communicator Paco Lanciano.
The Ikono immersive experience has arrived in the Capital. More than 12 settings and interactive installations for adults and children in the heart of Rome.
The moon over the Colosseum
Until the 31st of December 2023, the event The moon over the Colosseum returns, the night visits to the Rome arena and the underground areas of the Flavian Amphitheater.
Canova – The Last Prince
The Accademia Nazionale di San Luca presents the exhibition Canova – The Last Prince at Palazzo Carpegna in Rome until the 15th of July 2023.
The Amorous Affection – Music for the works of the Galleria Borghese
Until the 2nd of December 2023, every first Saturday of the month the Borghese Gallery presents The Amorous Affection – Music for the works of the Galleria Borghese.
Real Bodies Leonardo’s Anatomy Exhibition
Until the 4th of June 2023 it will be possible to visit the Real Bodies Leonardo’s Anatomy Exhibition in Rome with the master’s drawings.
Infinity. Michelangelo Pistoletto. Contemporary art without limits
From the 18th of March to the 15th of October the exhibition Infinity. Michelangelo Pistoletto. Contemporary art without limits will be at the Chiostro del Bramante. 50 works and four installations that tell the story of over 60 years of artistic career.
Visit Rome with style
Your experience starts here!
Imagine walking through the streets of Rome, capturing its beauties and discovering its most evocative corners.