Spring break in Rome with kids

Spring Break 2019 with kids? Are you in Rome, and you don’t know how to take advantage of those day off of school between Easter and May Day? Here are some tips to spend quality time with children between art, culture and nature. Villa Borghese and Galleria Borghese, a unique park in the world Villa Borghese […]

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Immersive experiences in Ancient Rome: if you visit the Baths of Diocletian, you get 10% discount on our tours of the Colosseum!

Immersive Tour Ancient Rome Colosseum

The Colosseum was the largest arena in Ancient Rome and the Baths of Diocletian the largest bath complex: why not see them both? How were they then and how are they now? Immersive 3D visit of the Baths of Diocletian The Baths of Diocletian today take life again, thanks to an immersive 3D visit among […]

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What to do in Rome during Christmas holidays 2018

Rome is one of the most beautiful cities in the world, especially in Christmas time. There are many activities for tourists. We picked out some great activities, perfect for families and kids. Christmas in Teatro Verde What’s Christmas without having fun? Teatro Verde is an institution for its smart shows for kids. It’s a short […]

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Giudizio Universale, Michelangelo and the secrets of the Sistine Chapel

Art meets entertainment. An extraordinary journey, immersing the audience completely into the wonders of the SISTINE CHAPEL. Discover the history and the secrets, and live a unique experience through the innovative presentation of a masterpiece. 270 immersive video projection, live performers, an impressive original sountrack, amazing theatrical effect. Technology exalts the power of Michelangelo’s masterpiece overwhelming […]

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CARACALLA 4D: Video virtual guide. Features and route of immersive video guide – COOPCULTURE

Archaeology enables us to view the traces of a distant past. Up to about forty years ago few people visited archaeological sites and, generally speaking, they were educated enough to look at the ancient ruins and be able to imagine what they must have originally looked like. In recent years, the number of visitors to […]

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Ara Pacis Virtual Reality Experience – ART TRAV

I’ve often said that I think Roman art needs much greater explanation to make it come alive. Good renderings and videos would help many a visitor through ancient archaeological sites, when so much imagination is required to envisage what the buildings would have looked like. The Ara Pacis is already reconstructed and inside a museum that offers […]

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