Saturday, December 19, 2009

Visiting Rome this week

Elena, our fantastic Tripbod in Rome, emailed to let us know that starting today (Dec 19th) until January 6th there will be a very special event every week-end in Rome's central archeaeological park.

Rarely open to the public, The House of Livia on the Palatine Hill - the house that belonged to Augustus' wife in 1st century b.C. with beautiful ancient frescoes - will open its doors to visitors. The Temple of Romulus in the Forum, a pagan temple that was turned into a church with an original huge bronze door, is also open and free to enjoy. This is something not to be missed!

FREE guided tours are available in English and combined with a brief theatrical show inside these two incredibly evocative locations.

There's a number you can call to book: (0039) 06 3996 7700
Or you can go there directly - the meeting point is at the Roman Forum ticket office at 10am, 11am, 12 and 1pm.

Hope you enjoy it! (And if you do visit, please let me know your feedback)

All best
Tripbod Rome

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