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Enjoy an evening at the opera in Rome and hear masterpieces of Vivaldi and Bach. The "Opera in Rome" concerto is performed by the Baroque Orchestra and accomplished soloists inside Rome's St. Paul’s Within the Walls Church. It features Vivaldi's Four Seasons, a captivating musical interpretation of nature and his most famous work. A small pasta buffet before the show is also included.
Treat yourself to a night of opera in Rome with a ticket to ‘The Three Tenors’ with Napul’è Opera Arias and Ballet. Taking place at the atmospheric St. Pauls Within the Walls church, the performance includes operatic arias by three esteemed tenors and a ballet. Listen to overtures from Giuseppe Verdi’s Rigoletto and La Traviata among other traditional Neapolitan songs. The show also includes a tasting of pasta before the performance begins.
This is a unique social dinner with a Dinner hostess guiding you through Italian food and music.
Savour ten different dishes from the Italian cuisine (like Spaghetti Carbonara and pasta Cacio e Pepe) accompanied with Prosecco and wine.
Enjoy live music performed by professional artists.
The powerful and emotionally voice of our mezzosoprano accompanied by the pianist or the accordionist will guide you through Tarantella (folklore), film music, O sole mio and Opera.
If you never have heard a live Opera singer this is a good opportunity to discover an Italian art form and enjoy a uniquely thrilling and fun evening.
This is an Italian evening where you will meet new friends and have a good time.
Celebrate the magic of Rome with an unforgettable night of music. Listen to arias and duets by Italy’s most celebrated opera singers—Verdi, Rossini, Puccini—in the stunning Doria Pamphilj Palace, a private residence with roots in the 15th century. The concert includes a complimentary tour of the private apartments of the Doria Pamphilj Princess and exclusive access to the Throne Hall.
Enjoy a unique evening concert featuring classical music, operatic arias, and Neapolitan folk songs in the center of Rome. With this pre-booked ticket, reserve your seat to this popular performance in advance to avoid disappointment. Relax to the sounds of pieces by beloved Italian composers including Verdi, Puccini, and Vivaldi presented by the Opera da Camera di Roma’s professional company of tenors and sopranos, all accompanied by a string quartet.
Travelers looking for a unique night out in Rome can look no further than this performance of the opera, La Traviata, in St. Paul Within the Walls Church. You’ll see one of Italy’s most popular operas performed in a remarkable setting. You can also opt for a pre-performance dinner at a nearby restaurant in Piazza della Repubblica for a fully-planned evening out.
The Capuchin Crypt—monk-bone-laden chapels underneath the Church of Santa Maria della Concezione—is one of Rome’s most macabre attractions. It’s also, it turns out, a great place to see religious art. With this tour, skip the stuffy Vatican and head for a guided visit of the Capuchin museum and church, home to a Caravaggio painting, and then sit for a concert of Gregorian chants and polyphonic sacred music.
Where better to experience ‘La Traviata’ than in Italy, the birthplace of the opera? Enjoy a thrilling 2.5-hour performance of Giuseppe Verdi’s classic opera, performed by the renowned I Virtuosi dell'Opera di Roma in Rome in the spectacular setting of the Church of St Paul within the Walls.
Learn about ancient Rome in 3-D at Time Elevator Rome, a multisensory experience that combines video, moving platforms and surround sound. You’ll travel through time, from Romulus and Remus to Julius Caesar to the Renaissance. Then enter the modern age as you cover 20th-century events up to the present day. This is a quick, unique way to start your Rome trip by diving into its long, action-filled history.
Attending the weekly Papal Audience at the Vatican is a uniquely Roman experience. With this advance ticket, be sure to see Pope Francis address the crowd in person. Enjoy the comfort of a seat in St. Peter’s Square and the convenience of having your ticket delivered directly to your accommodation in Rome before the event. Opt for an upgrade that includes transportation to the Vatican for stress-free arrival.
Enjoy a live performance of Vivaldi's Four Seasons during your vacation in Rome. “The Four Seasons” is Vivaldi's most famous work, and his evocative description of nature will captivate you with chirps of birds in the springtime, summer storms, autumn harvests, and warm winter fires. Vivaldi’s Four Seasons concerto is performed inside Rome's Caravita Church by Opera e Lirica string quintet and harpsichord.
See the Eternal City come to life after dark on a half-day, small-group tour of Rome at night. Kick off your evening over pizza in a classic Roman restaurant, then see the ancient sites and monuments with dramatic illumination. Take in the soaring arches of the Colosseum and the shadowy pillars of the Pantheon, then take a leisurely stroll through Piazza Navona to three picture-perfect fountains. Pause to throw a coin into the Trevi fountain and savor a cup of local gelato before returning to your hotel.
Get a chance to let loose and mingle with fellow travelers on this after-hours bar crawl through the Eternal City. Discover some of Rome’s most happening nightlife spots, and enjoy complimentary admission to a local nightclub. Half-day nighttime tours include fun games, an hour of unlimited drinks, DJ-spun tunes, and free pizza slices.
Discover two of the Vatican's top attractions during this special combo package. Explore iconic, centuries-old St. Peter's Basilica at your own pace with a complimentary audio guide and reserved entrance, plus a digital map that can be used offline. Then, come face-to-face with the Renaissance master's acclaimed paintings and inventions at the Vatican's Leonardo da Vinci exhibition.
Immerse yourself in opera during an evening at Rome's Waldensian Evangelical Church. After a preconcert food tasting of pasta all'arrabbiata (with a spicy tomato sauce), you'll take a seat in the beautiful church to listen to music from Verdi, Rossini, and Puccini operas. Classic arias from The Barber of Seville, La Traviata, and Madam Butterfly are just a few of the highlights.
Take a break from sightseeing in order to enjoy some comic relief at a comedy show that’s designed with first-time visitors—and English-speaking visitors—in mind. Using humor and sketches, this show presents the idiosyncrasies of the Italian people, and provides a perfect way to beat the crowds of Rome’s historic center.
My experience will allow you to experience first-hand what for many was the animal labeled as dangerous, we will eat together in our camp with our Wolves, touch them and play with them and experience this adventure up close, watch one of our fights gladiators in a relaxed atmosphere surrounded by greenery and go back in time, try out the weapons and armor of gladiators and understand what they felt.
please note that the activity will not be carried out if the minimum number of 10 participants is not reached or due to problems due to bad weather.
Enjoy an evening of Baroque music at a 1-hour concert at the Borromini Sacristy. Your ticket includes access to the Church of Sant'Agnese, along with an English presentation about its 17th-century architecture. Professional singers and musicians perform Frescobaldi, Dowland, Monteverdi, and more. Continue your evening with an optional dinner at a nearby restaurant, including wine and scaloppine al limone (veal with lemon).
Seeing an opera show in Rome can be expensive on its own, but this The Three Tenors show at Waldensian Church combines an opera show with a buffet dinner for an affordable price. Spend the night out listening to music by the famous trio accompanied by a mandolin, cello, and grand piano.
In the heart of Rome, immerse yourself in ancient Rome with this intense 15-minute video showing the before and after effect of all the city's most notable ancient landmarks including the Colosseum, Pantheon, Circus Maximus, and the Vatican area. A great way to prepare for a tour.
Italy and pasta go hand in hand, and there is no better place to learn how to make fresh pasta than Rome. With this hands-on cooking class led by a local chef, pick up tips and techniques for preparing two types of pasta from scratch, as well as traditional sauces. You’ll also create an authentic tiramisù according to the original recipe before sitting down for a meal featuring your handiwork.
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Attend this ancient and typical ceremony in the front row while admiring the architecture of the magnificent St. Peter's Square.
When the Pope is present in Rome, he holds Wednesday at 10:30 of the Papal Audience in St. Peter's Square. In case of bad weather, they take place in the Paul XI Hall, located between the Italian territory and the Vatican State, accommodating up to 12,000 people. This tradition dates back to Pope Pius XI who initiated it in 1925, at the time the pope was both authoritarian and praised for his great kindness.
Watch the story of Lucrezia Borgia come to life on stage at a performance of "The Hidden Letter of Lucrezia Borgia" at the Cappella Orsini in Rome. With lyrical arias inspired by the biography of Victor Hugo, the show highlights some of Lucrezia's romances as well as an imagined take on her legend. Dinner is included. Booking in advance ensures you won't risk a sold-out show.
See one of Giacomo Puccini’s most famous operas, Tosca, in the city where it is set. Get tickets for this evening show in Piazza di Ponte Sant’Angelo, right in front of Castel Sant’Angelo (where the third act of the opera takes place). Listen to professional opera singers in the renowned roles of Floria Tosca and Mario Cavaradossi.