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ITALIAN FASHION & WINTER SALES

ITALIAN FASHION & WINTER SALES

Winter sales in Rome are the occasion shoppers were looking for to get a piece of “Made in Italy” at discounted rates. Indeed until February 15, all venues in any side of the center, such as via del Corso, via Frattina, via Cola di Rienzo, via Nazionale, will offer discounts up to 50%. It doesn’t matter if branded or unbranded items: they rigorously reflects winter 2014-2015 style. Beyond the traditional shopping locations downtown, Rome visitors will have a chance even bigger to find good deals in some of the outlets at the periphery of the Eternal City, such as Castel Romano Designer Outlet and the Valmontone Outlet, easily reachable thanks to special shuttle services and regular bus lines.
Hotelrome.net will provide you with any further indications on how to enjoy at best Rome’s winter season!

ROME & MILAN FOR 2015 EXPO

ROME & MILAN FOR 2015 EXPO

From May 1 to October 31, 2015, Milan will be the world capital of food in the name of the Universal Exposition which will take place there on the theme of nutrition: Feeding the Planet, Energy for Life. The 6-month event will actually turn whole Italy into a giant window where food from 140 countries of the world will be not just on sale or offered for tasting, but will be also looked at from the educational point of view. Rome will be offering to Milan any support in terms of services and communication: tickets for any event at Expo will be on sale in Rome as well; foreigner embassies having their seat in Rome will set up exhibitions and cultural events to promote their respective countries; several information points and stands for tasting will be located in the key spots of the Eternal City, such as inside her two airports.
Hotelrome.net is at your disposal for any information and ticket reservations for Expo Milano 2015!

LUCIANO BENETTON’S IMAGO MUNDI

LUCIANO BENETTON’S IMAGO MUNDI

An off the tracks exhibition is hosted until 11 January 2015 in Rome. “Imago Mundi”, conceived and sponsored by Luciano Benetton, the world renowned dress designer.
The visitor is actually offered more than traditional art works on display, as “Imago Mundi” is a full developed concept, a vision. Being an art lover, Benetton commissioned and collected a great number of works of art during his travells around the world, all respondent to a couple of requirements: being 10×12 cm in size and being made with non-profit intents. The aim of such a collection is to create a visual map of humanity, based on the different artistic ways it can be expressed through. Besides, the project is thought to provide the emerging artists with a platform for visibility.
Rome’s hosts at present the works from Africa: 2000 young artists from 16 countries involved.
“Imago Mundi” is at Carlo Bilotti Museum, inside Villa Borghese (metro line A: Flaminio stop). No admission fee is requested.
Contact Hotelrome.net for info on openings!