Archaeology in Rome: three not-to-be-missed interactive experiences In evidenza

For centuries Rome has been the capital of the Roman Empire, impressing people from all over the world with its magnificence and its stunning melting pot of cultures and artistic styles. When you visit Rome you should make sure to admire at least a spark of this art and make some time to travel back in history. There are so many archeological sites worthy to be seen in Rome, and some of them are so famous that they don't really need any introduction. This is why we will try to advise you with three very peculiar landmarks in which archeology and modern technology work together in creating a unique and unforgettable experience.

1. Palazzo Valentini

Palazzo Valentini

Palazzo Valentini is the place where archaeologists found a miracle. Beneath this beautiful house, which you can see from the street,  archaeological remains of ancient Roman houses were found. These remains were discovered far under the street level, but the staff of Palazzo Valentini makes it now possible for you to visit this sheer piece of ancient beauty. Deep under the ground with a fully audio-visual light show you will see a complete reconstruction of all the remains underneath the Palazzo Valentini. It's a fully guided tour in the dark, which can be taken in English, Italian (and this would be the best option, so start learning Italian!), German, Spanish and French.

Website: http://www.palazzovalentini.it/domus-romane/index.html#scavi
How to reach: By walk from Piazza Venezia

2. L’Ara com’era

L'Ara com'era - Interctive Ara Pacis

Every Friday and Saturday, after 8:30pm, you will be able to experience the solemn and breath-taking atmosphere of the Ara Pacis as it was in the period of its construction. With the help of augmented reality you will travel in time and see colors and images lost in the centuries and now recovered in this amazing interactive exhibition.

Website: http://en.arapacis.it/mostre_ed_eventi/eventi/l_ara_com_era
How to reach: By walk from Piazza Venezia

3. Viaggio nei Fori

Viaggio nei Fori foro di Augusto

Viaggio nei Fori is a fully audiovisual experience where you can see how the Roman Forum was at the time of the Roman Empire. The Forums are the same as you can see by day, but the dark and the audiovisual experience give you the chance to transcend the mere touristic point of view and experience shapes and colors of the Forum that once was. You have two options: going to the Forum of August, which can be only seen while seating on a big stand, or visiting the Forum of Caesar, which can be discovered by walking through it. Both of the Forums are very interesting and are perfectly animated so you get a realistic view on how they looked like in the time of the Roman Empire.

Website: http://www.viaggioneifori.it/en/
How to reach: By walk from Piazza Venezia

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