In the evocative night lighting Fori Imperiali appear to us in all their beauty.
A fascinating night walk where the visitor will be able to retrace the "magnificence" of great archaeological complex.
We have the pleasure of discovering one of the most beautiful in Rome and certainly the world, in the new suggestive evening lighting (by the Oscar winner Vittorio Storaro).
Rome, a city to discover and experience walking through history. The Imperial Forums contain what life was like in the days of the ancient Romans and hidden stories and curiosity sometimes neglected in books, truth held only by fans and scholars of the origins of this civilization.
A unique opportunity to hear expert guides and meet historical characters that you would have never dreamed of meeting.
In particular, the actors interpret unpublished faces to reveal facts and historical truths so far known only to a few.
The actors will appear in the following order:
- Julius Caesar near the prison Mamertinum;
- Venus, near the ancient Roman road;
- Messalina, close to the markets of Trajan.
History and theater merge together to give the audience smiles and curiosity.
NOTE: This is a guided scenic / landscape outside the holes, so as to give maximum emphasis to the scenic ruins in the fascinating night lighting.
Text and directed by Michele Di Zenzo.
Meet at 21.00 in Piazza del Campidoglio, next to the statue of Marcus Aurelius
- FOR GROUPS
- DATES AVAILABLE ON REQUEST