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Area (sq km): 301,230
Population: 58,103,033
Nationality: Italian
Local Name: Italia
Language: Italian,
Time Zone: +1 GMT
Currency: 1 euro = 100 cents
Capital: Rome
Dialling Code: +39
Electricity: 230V/50Hz
Internet Code: .it
Religion: Roman Catholic,
Climate: Mediterranean,
Government: Republic
Inoculations: None
Driving: Right
Int'l License: Not Required
Banking: M-F 8.30-13.30,
Major Airports: Bologna(BLQ),

Enjoy Rome festivals from Apartments in Rome

When you book apartments in Rome, for the three months of summer, all of Rome becomes a stage for the Roman Summer Festival. Estate Romana brings the city together to showcase music from all genres and to present open-air screenings. The stages are set up for Rome festivals on important archaeological sites, piazzas, hilltops, city parks and river fronts.

Romen Summer Festival
Romen Summer Festival

Rome festivals

“All the world is a stage…” And Rome is no exception during its summer months, which are such an ideal time to book apartments in Rome or an Italy villa rental on Rome's outskirts. The Estate Romana, or Roman Summer Festival is massive three month celebration committed to music and theatre appreciation.

All genres of music are represented including classical, jazz, pop, rock, indie, gypsy and so much more. Music is not the only draw to this amazing festival. Theatre groups put on some truly inspired performances and screening are shown throughout the summer. All are easy for you to access from apartments in Rome.

Foro Italica & Fontana di Trevi

Monuments make impressive backgrounds for shows, church steps feature music performances and city parks put on huge events with music, dancing and food. Fontana di Trevi is packed with eager listeners and disco beats pump from the Foro Italico. The Roman summer festival means that from June to September Rome lives and breathes entertainment under the stars and it can all be yours by booking apartments in Rome.

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