For culture lovers, Rome is a dream destination. There are plenty of cultural events, sights, and experiences for you to enjoy. Below, are just a few examples.
A night of opera
In Italy, opera has a long and illustrious history. The art form was created there during the 15th century. So, you will not be surprised to learn that the residents of the city love nothing better than to enjoy a night at the opera. You can easily buy Rome Opera Tickets by clicking the link. Tickets tend to sell out quite fast, so it is always wise to book well in advance.
A few nights in a luxury art hotel
Rome is full of art galleries. All of which are worth a visit. Or, you could simply opt to stay in a hotel that is full of works of arts. There are several in Rome. The most famous of which are The First Roma and Villa Spalletti Trivelli.
Take an art tour
If you really enjoy art taking a privately guided tour is a great way to quickly see the best of what Rome has to offer. A good guide will provide you with some extra insight and show you things that you may otherwise have missed.
Visit the Capuchin Crypt
For those who do mind the macabre a visit to The Capuchin Crypt is a must. This small crypt is located underneath the church of Santa Maria della Concezione dei Cappuccini. It is full of monk’s bones, which have been arranged into bizarre sculptures and murals. A stunning, if slightly creepy, sight, which is well worth experiencing.
Tour Vatican Rome
The Vatican City is home to several stunning buildings, including St. Peter’s Basilica and the Sistine Chapel. They are the home to some of the most famous works of art. This short roundup post lists the ones you really should not miss and tells you a little about each of them.
Visit the Villa Farnesina
This unusual museum and art venue is one that relatively few people take the time to visit. This is a real shame because it really is stunning. Even from the outside, this suburban villa is beautiful. The interior was decorated by Raphael, Il Sodoma, Sebastiano del Piombo and Giulio Romano.
Enjoy the statues and sculptures of Rome
Scattered throughout the city are some stunning statues and sculptures. Many of them like Bernini’s Apollo and Daphne are located in the city’s art galleries and museums. However, the Equestrian Statue of Marcus Aurelius and the Statue of Giordano Bruno are located outdoors. Both are well worth taking a detour to see.
Cultural events of Rome
Rome is a city with an extremely long history, so, unsurprisingly, there are some stunning traditional annual events held there. The biggest of these is The Spring Festival. Every year, between April and June, nearly 800 special events and celebrations take place. So, if you travel to the city during those months you are sure to find some fantastic events to experience and enjoy.