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EXPO MILANO 2015: WHERE & HOW TO BUY YOUR TICKETS!

EXPO MILANO 2015: WHERE & HOW TO BUY YOUR TICKETS!

Expo Milano 2015 is at the doors, the opening day being on May 1, 2015. Then until October 31 this global event (145 countries are taking part to it!) on food & nutrition will offer debates, conferences, exhibitions and many more entertainments 7 days a week from 10am to 11pm.
For what concerns tickets, here you go a few reminders:

WHERE: you have three options to buy your ticket.
1) From the official website of Expo Milano 2015;
2) at the Expo Gate at Piazza Cairoli, downtown Milan;
3) from any Authorised Reseller.

HOW MUCH: ticket prices vary depending on the type of event you intend to attend and on some other variables which may give you right to discounts (such as age; being part of a family group, school; having diabilities etc.). As a general idea, tickets range from a minimum of 5€ for night events to more than 100€ for the seasonal pass. You have several choices in between of course! Now read the next point…!

WHAT: you have the following ticket options:
Open Date –> for the entire day on a date of your choice between May 2 and October 31.
Fixed Date –> for the entire day on a specific date between May 2 and October 31.
Evening ticket –> just for entry starting at 19:00.
May 1 Opening –> for opening day of the Exhibition Site (official cerimony & celebrations to inaugurate the six months of events, debates and experiences)
Multi-day –> for two consecutive days, between May 2 and October 31. (It’s less expensive than purchasing two one-day tickets. Available either as a Fixed or Open option… see above).
2-3 day Carnet –> to visit Expo Milano 2015 whenever you want. These are available for two or three open dates between May 2 and October 31.

For tickets and information contact us at HotelRome.net!

FOUR DAYS IRISH MOVIES IN ROME!

FOUR DAYS IRISH MOVIES IN ROME!

Since 2007 Rome hosts once a year a film festival which aims at promoting Irish cinematography in Italy: it’s the IrishFilmFesta, coming soon to its 8th edition.
From March 26 to 29, 2015, indeed film shows, meetings with directors, actors and producers and much more will take place at Casa del Cinema di Roma in the enchanting backdrop of Villa Borghese.
For four days public will be immersed into a cinema industry which has much to offer, despite it is still less known, its productions being too often confused with English or even American ones.
There is no entrance fee, but public will be free to support the event through a donation. Shows begin at 5pm (3.30pm on the weekend) and are of course in original language (including Gaelic) with subtitles.
To get details on the programme check out the official website or contact us at HotelRome.net!

ROME SPRING MARATHON!

ROME SPRING MARATHON!

March 22: this will be the first spring Sunday of the year. But that’s not the only thing Rome is going to give her visitors: it’s also the day of Rome Marathon 2015!
A few dispositions will make the event particularly enjoyable:
FREE TRANSPORT: undergrounds, trams and buses will be free of cost for all Marathon and RomaFun partecipants: just keep your bib number visible when you catch any of them.
SHOWER FACILITIES: the following sport clubs will offer after-marathon free showers to all partecipants: Stadio Delle Terme Di Caracalla “Nando Martellini” Viale Guido Bacelli, 14 (near Metro B Circo Massimo) – timetable: 11.45 am – 5 pm. Impianto Sportivo Comunale Uisp “Fulvio Bernardini” Viale dell’Acqua Marcia, 51 (near Metro B Ponte Mammolo) – timetable: 12 pm – 6 pm. Due Ponti Sporting Club Via Dei Due Ponti, 48 – Timetable: 12 Pm – 6 Pm. Forum Roma Sport Center Via Cornelia, 49 – timetable: 12 pm – 6 pm. Also in this case, show your bib number at the entrance.
ART CARD: you will find the Art Marathon Card inside the bib envelop. It will give you the right to discounts on the entrance ticket to museums and archaeological sites. Only from March 19 to 24, 2015.
MARATHON VILLAGE: a wide expo dedicated to the Rome Marathon is set at Palazzo dei Congressi (EUR area, metro line B). Runners can go there and collect their bib numbers and “race pack”. Moreover, those who wish to register for the non-competitive RomaFun 5km can do it here (you are still in time: until Saturday 21).
ROME MARATHON AFTER PARTY: the after-Marathon party will take place at Nur Bar, in Via del Teatro Valle 19: on Sunday, March 22nd from 6.30 pm till late at night. It’s for Rome Marathon and RomaFun 5k partecipants & friends (don’t forget your medal or bib). Admission: € 10,00 including buffet and first drink. Free entry for children under 14. Food is served until 10:00 pm.
For more information on the event and accommodations in Rome contact us at HotelRome.net!

MATISSE’S ARABESQUE ON EXHIBIT UNTIL JUNE!

MATISSE’S ARABESQUE ON EXHIBIT UNTIL JUNE!

Spring in Rome marks the beginning of a few important exhibitions, that at Scuderie del Quirinale being dedicated to the French artist Henri Matisse.
“Matisse. Arabesque” focuses on a particular aspect of the painter’s production, that is the so called “arabesque” motif, a type of decorative pattern either geometric or undulating which eriches a great number of Matisse’s works. The inspiration to include this kind of element derives from Matisse interest in Oriental cultures, with which he came across during some journeys and during his staying in Paris as well, a multicultural centre since long before his time.
The exhibit will be open until June 21st: from Sunday to Thursday 10am – 8pm; Friday and Saturday 10am to 10.30pm. Monday closed. Ticktes range from € 6 to € 12.
For bookings and information contact us at HotelRome.net!

THE GOAT, THE FIDDLER AND THE BRIDE: CHAGALL’S “LOVE AND LIFE” ON EXHIBIT

THE GOAT, THE FIDDLER AND THE BRIDE: CHAGALL’S “LOVE AND LIFE” ON EXHIBIT

After Escher, Chiostro del Bramante museum is going to please the public with an outstanding new exhibition: that dedicated to Marc Chagall.
One-hundred-fifty works by the Russian-born Jewish artist will be offered to visitors, including paintings, drawings and prints, all coming from the Israel Museum of Jerusalem.
Much of Chagall’s artistic production faithfully reflects his intimate experiences, as the title of the exhibit clearly points out: “Marc Chagall. Love and life”. His strong relationship with Bella Rosenfeld, hiw wife and muse at one time, as well as the Jewish symbolism are basically ever-present motifs in his works: the goat, an allegory of hope and confidence; the hut, reminiscent of the celebration of the feast after the Exodus; the donkey, tied to the different moments of the Bible; the fiddler figure who uses to attend the major Jewish religious holidays.
The exhibition is open every day with the following schedule: from Monday to Friday 10am – 8 pm; Saturday and Sunday 10am – 9 pm. Tickets vary up to € 13.
For booking and information just contact us at HotelRome.net!

U.S.A. FOR EXPO MILANO 2015: A PAVILION TO FEED THE PLANET

U.S.A. FOR EXPO MILANO 2015: A PAVILION TO FEED THE PLANET

American Food 2.0: United to Feed the Planet” is the leading theme of U.S.A. pavilion at Expo Milano 2015. Designed by the renowned architect James Biber, the American section at the Universal Exposition dedicated to food & nutrition occupies a 35,000 square foot space (the whole event covering a 3.6 million square foot surface). Its structure is meant to recall the traditional American farm, to which agricultural development in the US much owes. The intent goes far beyond a mere historical reconstruction, though: technological innovation, science, business and enterpreneurial attitude will be at the core of the American exposition. Beyond including a vertical farm supposed to be harvested on a daily base, the building will certainly impress visitors with further features such as:
transparent technology wall that shows the inner workings of the pavilion
– wood repurposed from the original Coney Island boardwalk
– installations, events, and exhibits throughout
rooftop terrace and cafe
– gathering space, courtyard, and VIP meeting spaces
retail merchandising space
grove of oak trees, the national tree of the USA
The American pavilion is one of the 145 structures representing each participant country at Expo Milano 2015. For more details, tickets, venues and trasportations between Rome and Milan don’t hesitate to contact HotelRome.net!

 

ROME MARATHON 2015: LAST WEEK FOR REGISTRATION!

ROME MARATHON 2015: LAST WEEK FOR REGISTRATION!

Professional racers from all over the world won’t miss the forthcoming sport event in the Eternal City: Rome Marathon 2015, on Sunday 22nd March.
So less than one month is left to what is considered a major sport happening in Italy given the amount of participants. Registration procedures and many more info are provided on the official website. We have recalled a few details here below:
– Marathon deadline: March 5th
start: 22/03 at 8.50 am from Via dei Fori Imperiali, where the finish line will be as well
bib number and race packet are available at the Marathon Village from March 19th to  March  21st
– the Marathon Village, i.e. the official expo of the event, will be set one week prior to the event at Palazzo dei Congressi (EUR area)
– a non-competitive race open to anyone will take place on the same day of the Marathon: the RomaFun, a 5 km walk from Via dei Fori Imperiali (start at 9:10, with meeting point at 8 am in Via Cavour) to Circo Massimo
– registration deadline for the RomaFun: March 21st (€ 8,00 including official t-shirt)- the RomaFun Village will wait for participants
– the RomaFun Village will be waiting for the participants at the end of the route for offering refreshment and more fun.
Don’t hesitate to contact us on HotelRome.net for more information and accommodations in Rome!

QUIRINAL PALACE… COMING SOON!

QUIRINAL PALACE… COMING SOON!

The largest palace in Rome, former abode of Popes and kings and since 1946 dwelling place of the President of the Italian Republic,will be soon open to public every day. We are referring to the Quirinal Palace, a gem in the heart of Rome which hosts artistic treasures of immense value insiede its 1,200 rooms.
The newly elected President Sergio Mattarella disposed indeed its opening on a daily base to make it the home of all Italians and of those wishing to get deeper into the history of our country. Spreading on a surface of more than 110,000 m², the Quirinal Palace is actually one of the largest building in the world, and the widest residence of a head of state. It stands on the highest hill in Rome (the namasake Quirinal Hill), which ensures a wonderful view on the Eternal City’s center.
Until the new arrangement becomes effective, it is currently open on Sundays only from 8:30 am to 12 pm. For the remaining part of 2015, it will be closed on 5 April – 31 May – 1 November – 20, 27 December and during summer time (28 June – 6 September).
Ask HotelRome.net for more details!

WHY NOT A MUSEUMS ON ST. VALENTINE’S DAY?

WHY NOT A MUSEUMS ON ST. VALENTINE’S DAY?

Rome has no rivals with regard to the variety of museums available to her visitors. On the occasion of St. Valentine’s day don’t miss the chance to visit some of them, where you might happen to find special discounts on the entrance ticket.
We prepared a selection of those you might be interested in:
Colosseum 
Piazza del Colosseo (metro line B, stop Colosseo)
Villa Adriana (in Tivoli)
Largo Marguerite Yourcenar,1 00010 – TIVOLI (ROMA)
Crypta Balbi
Via delle Botteghe Oscure, 31 (bus #40 from Termini)
Roman Forum
Largo Romolo e Remo (nearby the Colosseum)
National Gallery of Ancient Art at Palazzo Barberini
Via Quattro Fontane (metro line A, stop Repubblica)
National Gallery of Modern and Contemporary Art
Viale delle Belle Arti, 131 (opposite Villa Borghese)
Borghese Gallery
Piazzale Scipione Borghese (metro line A, stop Flaminio)
National Museum of Oriental Art “G. Tucci”
Via Merulana, 248 (metro line A, stop Vittorio Emanuele)
Castel Sant’Angelo
Lungotevere Castello, 5 (Vatican area)
National Etruscan Museum at Villa Giulia
Piazzale di Villa Giulia, 9 (nearby Villa Borghese)
National Roman Museum at Palazzo Massimo 
Via di Villa Peretti (metro line A, stop Termini or Repubblica)
National Roman Museum at Terme di Diocleziano
Vie E. De Nicola, 79 (metro line A, stop Termini or Repubblica)
Palatine Hill 
Via di San Gregorio 00185 (nearby the Colosseum)
Palazzo Altemps
Via di S. Apollinare, 44 (nearby Piazza Navona)
Ancient Ostia and Arcaheological Museum
Viale dei Romagnoli, 717
Terme di Caracalla 
Via delle Terme di Caracalla, 52
Villa d’Este (in Tivoli)
Piazza Trento, 1 00019 – TIVOLI (ROMA)
Contact HotelRome.net for opening times and ticket reservations!

ROME’S INTERNAZIONALI DI TENNIS: WORKS IN PROGRESS

ROME’S INTERNAZIONALI DI TENNIS: WORKS IN PROGRESS

Internazionali d’Italia, one of the greatest tennis event in the world, will be taking place in Rome from May 9 to 17, 2015. Backdrop to this International event will traditonally be the Foro Italico, not far from the Stadio Olimpico.
Despite three months are still left to the start, a sort of preparation is already on since some days all over Italy: we are referring to the qualification tournaments which are taking place to select those “common” tennis players who will have the chance to compete on the red grounds shoulder to shoulder with the worldwide renowned champions. The finalists for the major event in May will be chosen among any tennis players regularly subscribed to the Italian Federation of Tennis, with no restrictions related to rank position or level: anyone playing and winning these qualification tournaments will be admitted to the Internazionali d’Italia. For all the others there will be anyways a prestigious consolation prize: a seat on the bleachers of Foro Italico in May.
Don’t miss Rome in spingtime and join this great event: contact HotelRome.net to buy your tickets!

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