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Rome: "The Most Beautiful Opera Arias" Concert

1. Rome: "The Most Beautiful Opera Arias" Concert

Experience the best of Italian opera music in the intimate setting of a cosy Waldesian Church, a venue with exceptional acoustics. Admire the warm space of the church and the unique acoustic that develops an intimate concert climate. Thanks to the small space of the concert hall, experience being just feet from the musicians like it's a private concert. The Waldesian Church is situated just meters away from the Piazza Venezia. Watch operatic arias from the most famous Italian operas like "La Traviata", "Turandot" or "Rigoletto", Neapolitan songs and "Four Seasons" by Vivaldi.  The talented opera soloists and the grand piano will take you on a 70-minute journey through time to discover the world of Italian opera.

Rome: Opera Concert at the Palazzo Santa Chiara

2. Rome: Opera Concert at the Palazzo Santa Chiara

Your evening begins in the elegant foyer of the 17th century Palazzo Santa Chiara, just a one-minute walk from the iconic Pantheon. Head to the cocktail bar and grab yourself a drink, then embrace the luxurious ambiance of your surroundings as the audience arrives for a night of unforgettable musical performances. Just before the concert begins, follow the other guests into the Palazzo’s intimate auditorium, renowned for its excellent acoustics. Then sit back and relax as you are entertained by some of the very best operatic performances that Rome has to offer.

Rome: Italian Opera Concert and Traditional Dinner and Wine

3. Rome: Italian Opera Concert and Traditional Dinner and Wine

We would like to invite tourists visiting Rome to an opera concert presenting the most beautiful opera arias and the most famous melodies of classical music composed by the greatest Italian composers: Verdi, Rossini, Puccini, Bellini, Vivaldi, Leoncavallo and Mascagni. Moreover, you will be overjoyed by listening magic neapolitan songs. The program is presented by grand piano which accompany exceptional tenor and soprano soloist in opera arias and neapolitan songs. Concerts take place in magnificent Waldesian Church (via IV Novembre 107) with an exceptional acoustics. The church is situated in an historical building in the center of Rome, only 300 metres walk from Piazza Venezia. A romantic walk around Piazza Venezia and Pantheon after the concert will be a perfect culmination of the musical evening. After the concert we would like to invite you for regional dinner served in cozy, family, Italian restaurant - Enoteca Corsi (address: Via del Gesu 87/88, 00186 Rome). Enoteca Corsi restaurant is visited not only by tourists but also by Roman residents, which is the best recommendation of this place. The restaurant is situated closed to Pantheon and 7 minutes walk from the concert venue. Guests can choose from two menus Starter: Italian antipasto Main course: Mezzemaniche all'Amatriciana (pasta w bacon, tomato sauce & pecorino cheese) Or Spaghetti Cacio e Pepe (spaghetti pasta w pecorino cheese & black peppers) Second Course: Roasted veal with potatoes or Bufalo Mozzarella cheese with fresh tomatoes and basil Dessert: Home made dessert of the day Water, bread included in the price Since only the freshest produce is used, the menu is subject to variation. Concert program Tomaso Albinoni „Adagio” Antonio Vivaldi “Spring” from “The four seasons” Giacomo Puccini “Nessun dorma” from “Turandot” Ruggero Leoncavallo “Mattinata” Pietro Mascagni “Intermezzo” from Cavalleria Rusticana Giuseppe Verdi “Libiamo ne’ lieti calici” from “La Traviata” Giuseppe Verdi “La Traviata” – overture Antonio Vivaldi “Summer” from “The four seasons” Giacomo Puccini “E lucevan le stelle” from “Tosca” Break Neapolitan song “Torna a Surriento” Antonio Vivaldi „Autumn” from „The four seasons” Giuseppe Verdi “Rigoletto Quartet”– overture Giacomo Puccini “Vissi d’arte” from “Tosca” Giuseppe Verdi “La donna è mobile” from “Rigoletto” Giacomo Puccini “O mio babbino caro” Giuseppe Verdi „Celeste Aida” from „Aida” Antonio Vivaldi „Winter” from „The four seasons” – Neapolitan song „O sole mio” Approximate duration (min.): 80 (with one break during which we serve unlimited wine for guests) Organizer reserves the right to modify the content of the program

Rome: Cinecittà World Entrance Ticket

4. Rome: Cinecittà World Entrance Ticket

Visit Cinecittà World, the new cinema and TV amusement park in Rome. In the park you'll find a total of 40 attractions, 6 shows per day and 7 themed areas: Cinecittà World, Ancient Rome, Spaceland, the Far West, Adventureland, the Sognolabio water area and the new Il Regno del Ghiaccio zone.  Tackle the 6 rides of the park, including Altair, the roller coaster with 10 loops and Aktium, the water roller coaster. Journey through the dinosaur forest, the house of horrors, and the mega playground Giocarena. You can even experience the first swimming pool with a cinema screen in a theme park. Cinecittà World also hosts films and TV productions, where the public can watch or participate. There are also film previews and numerous special events.

Rome: Rooftop Bar Opera Show

5. Rome: Rooftop Bar Opera Show

An exciting Opera concert, with the protagonists of the Operas by Verdi, Puccini, Rossini, Bellini, awaits you on the Rooftop “La Grande Bellezza”. It is a terrace only recently opened to the public which is already renowned to be one of the most beautiful in Rome. It is in fact the only rooftop that, from the heart of the historic center, gives you a 360-degree panoramic view of the city, from the top of the historic and sumptuous Pamphilj Palace to Piazza Navona. It was here that scenes of the Oscar-winning film “The Great Beauty” were filmed. In this prestigious environment you can attend an exclusive rooftop event. An aperitif will be served, which will consist of a drink of white or red wines or non-alcoholic drinks. You will also be able to choose from a rich selection of Italian cheese, cold meats, and sparkling wine for a final toast with the artists.

Rome: Terrazza Borromini Open–Air Opera with Aperitif

6. Rome: Terrazza Borromini Open–Air Opera with Aperitif

Listen to best arias and duets by Verdi, Rossini, Puccini in the gorgeous Terrazza Borromini, while admiring the breathtaking view of Rome! Treat yourself to a wonderful evening in an engaging atmosphere that only the Italian Opera can give. Enjoy an Italian aperitif on the terrace before the concert. Your program is performed by Paola Alonzi as a soprano, Angelo Forte as tenor, and Tei Kim on piano. Hear them play the following: • Mattinata (Duetto), Ruggero Leoncavallo • E lucean le stelle (Tosca), Giacomo Puccini • Vissi d’arte (Boheme), Giacomo Puccini • La donna è mobile (Rigoletto), Giuseppe Verdi • La vergine degli angeli (La forza del destino), Giuseppe Verdi • O soave fanciulla (Boheme), Giacomo Puccini • Giusto ciel (L’assedio di Corinto), Gioacchino Rossini • Vesti la giubba (I Pagliacci), Ruggero Leoncavallo  • Batti batti bel Masetto (W.Amadeus Mozart) Don Giovanni • Addio fiorito asil (Madama Butterfly), Giacomo Puccini • Ah non credea mirarti (La Sonnambula), Vincenzo Bellini • Libiamo nei lieti calici (La Traviata), Giuseppe Verdi

Rome: Reserved Entrance Ticket for the Palazzo Altemps

7. Rome: Reserved Entrance Ticket for the Palazzo Altemps

Discover the historic art galleries housed at 16th-century palace at the Palazzo Altemps in Rome. Ensure you are able to visit this popular attraction with this reserved entrance ticket.  Meet an assistant that will help you with your tickets. Travel to the Piazza Sant’Apollinare in the Centre of Rome. Take some time to view the palace which was once the residence of Cardinal Marco Sittico Altemps in 1568, and was opened in 1997 as part of the National Roman Museum. Walk through the collection of Greek and Roman sculptures at your own pace. View works that were donated by Roman noble families between the 16th and 17th centuries, including the collections from Egypt and Boncompagni Ludovisi.  Visit the fresco-adorned church of Sant’Aniceto, which is located in the palace. Get up close to Renaissance and Baroque collections. Marvel at famous works including the Ludovisi Throne, the Galatian Suicide, and a precious library of rare books. Experience the beauty of the frescos of Pallavicini-Rospigliosi, and see exceptional works recovered from local antique markets.

Rome: Open Air Opera Concert - Best Arias & Love Duets

8. Rome: Open Air Opera Concert - Best Arias & Love Duets

Enjoy an exclusive concert with the Italian opera. Sip your aperitif seated on the Terrace Borromini while listening to the music and admiring the breathtaking view of the Eternal City. You will have the chance to visit after the concert the rooftop terrace of the 'La Grande Bellezza' where scenes of the Oscar-winning film was set.  The Pamphilj Palace was built in 1644 by the architect Borromini for the Pamphilj family during the pontificate of pope Innocenzo X Pamphilj, who wanted his private apartment in this palace. The building is an authentic wealth of art, with masterpieces from such famous artists like Guercino. The palace has a beautiful courtyard with an old well and the bell tower with the mechanism of the huge watch visible from Piazza Navona. The terrace of 'La Grande Bellezza' will offer a one-of-a-kind view where you will see St. Peter’s Basilica, Castel S. Angelo, the Pantheon, the dome of Sant'Ivo alla Sapienza, Trinità dei Monti and Piazza del Campidoglio. This breathtaking view will showcase for you all of the skyline of the Eternal City. Program: - Best arias and love duets of the Great Italian Opera - Mattinata (Duetto), Ruggero Leoncavallo - E lucean le stelle (Tosca), Giacomo Puccini - Vissi d’arte (Boheme), Giacomo Puccini - La donna è mobile (Rigoletto), Giuseppe Verdi - La vergine degli angeli (La forza del destino), Giuseppe Verdi - O soave fanciulla (Boheme), Giacomo Puccini - Giusto ciel (L'assedio di Corinto), Gioacchino Rossini - Vesti la giubba (I Pagliacci), Ruggero Leoncavallo - Batti batti bel Masetto (W.Amadeus Mozart) Don Giovanni - Addio fiorito asil (Madama Butterfly), Giacomo Puccini - Ah non credea mirarti (La Sonnambula), Vincenzo Bellini - Libiamo nei lieti calici (La Traviata), Giuseppe Verdi Artists: - Paola Alonzi, Soprano - Angelo Forte, Tenor - Tei Kim, Piano

Rome: Roman Forum, Palatine Hill and Evening Light Show

9. Rome: Roman Forum, Palatine Hill and Evening Light Show

The Roman Forum was the heart of public life in Ancient Rome. From temples, markets and political life, everything was to be found here. The Palatine Hill, the middle of Rome’s original seven hills, is where Rome was born. You will explore both sites, before enjoying an interactive light show after sunset.  The show combines lights, projections, music and sound effects for a truly multi-sensory experience. The narration by famous Italian writer Piero Angela is available in 6 languages (Italian, English, French, Russian, Spanish and Japanese). If you choose the Forum of Augustus option, you’ll be catapulted back to Ancient Rome to learn about the story of Augustus' reign in the time of Rome's imperial growth, right where it happened.  If you choose the forum of Caesar option, you will discover the important role that this forum played in the life of the Romans, and also learn about the notorious figure of Julius Caesar.

Rome: Vatican and Rome Experience Pass

10. Rome: Vatican and Rome Experience Pass

Choose from many attractions, including sites such as the Colosseum and Vatican Museums with skip-the-line entry. Take in opera shows at night, see the Sistine Chapel, travel to a fun park, or take a wine tasting and food tour. Purchase a pass for the number of attractions you want to visit - with 3, 5 and 7-choice passes available. Simply present your voucher at the centrally located Roman Forum station where your professional staff provide you with all necessary information. There's plenty to choose from to make the most of your visit to Rome. Your pass will be activated upon scanning at the first attraction, following which it remains valid for the next 90 days. Choose from the following attractions: • Vatican Museums and Sistine Chapel Reserved Entrance Ticket• Colosseum, Roman Forum and Palatine Hill Reserved Entrance Ticket• St. Peter's Basilica Guided Tour (no skip-the-line)• Modern Exhibition Art Gallery• Navona Underground with audioguide• Trevi District Underground with audioguide• Catacombs guided tour (no transfer included)• Roman Empire Museum (Capitoline Museum) Reserved Entrance• Leonardo da Vinci Experience with audioguide• The Altar of the Fatherland Elevator & Risorgimento Museum & Palazzo Venezia reserved entrance ticket• Trajan’s Markets Reserved Entrance Ticket• 1 day Hop-on hop-off bus• 1-hour bike rental• 72-hour public transport ticket• A night at the Opera (only if available)• Rome Imperial 3D show and audioguide• Caracalla Baths Reserved Entrance Ticket• Circo Maximo Virtual Reality Experience Reserved Entrance Ticket• Castel Sant’Angelo Reserved Entrance Ticket• Galleria Doria Pamphilj Reserved Entrance Ticket• Panoramic Terrace Breakfast• Panoramic Terrace Aperitif• Papal Udience + St. Peter's Guided Tour (only on Wednesday)• National Roman Museum (Palazzo Altemps, Crypta Balbi, Baths of Diocletian, Palazzo Massimo) Reserved Entrance Ticket• Ara Pacis Museum• Pantheon Guided Tour• Street Art Guided Tour (only if available)• Caravaggio Guided Tour (only if available)• Jewish Ghetto Guided Tour (only if available)• Navona Underground, Pantheon +Trevi Fountain Tour (only if available)• Lateran Complex tour (only if available) • Vatican Gardens panoramic open bus + audioguide OUTSIDE ROME:• Ancient Appia Guided Tour (only if available)• A Walk in the Pontifical Villa Gardens in Castel Gandolfo• Pontifical Villa Garden Open Bus in Castel Gandolfo• Pope Summer Residence with audioguide in Castel Gandolfo• Ancient Ostia Reserved Entrance Ticket• Tivoli Villas: Villa Adriana or Villa D’Este

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What people are saying about Rome

It was a great way to experience many original opera pieces from famous Italian composers. An amazing performance by Roberto, Emilio and Vanessa at an incredible small venue inside a small church. The acoustics were great! We took our daughter for the first time to be exposed to an opera, and the local performers were highly talented!!!

When in Rome, make sure to attend an opera. The singers and pianist were amazing. The only thing that had gone wrong was the piano was slightly out of wack. However, the pianist was able to improvise and continued with an wonderful performance. I highly recommend others to attend.

What a fabulous night, superb tenor and soprano singing favourites with a grand piano accompaniment. Wonderful venue with fabulous acoustics, intimate atmosphere, very much felt like a private performance - would highly recommend

Very good atmosphere. Nice to be close to the performers. They were very good and gave “all”.

Lovely experience, and the dinner was also lovely. 5 stars!