Festa Della Donna is an internationally recognised day to celebrate the women of the world, whilst in Italy and Rome in particular there are a number of events specifically dedicated to the ladies. The tradition stems from February 1909 and New York in honour of the “International Ladies Garment Workers Union”, with the date moving to March 8th through convenience. Italy takes the day to celebrate the achievements of women through their political, economic and social achievements. Although it is a tradition for men to give women flowers, Italy in particular chose yellow Mimosas.
The nearest airports are Ciampino Airport and the Leonardo da Vinci Airport, from which you can reach the city centre of Rome within 45 minutes. Italy hosts ladies only nights, so if you’re male then this isn’t one for you. While spas hold pamper sessions, many of the evenings are centred around food and drink, and the celebration is aimed at the over 18’s. Prices vary depending on the venue, but expect to pay from around €20 to €25 per person for set dinner prices.
If you’re visiting Rome specifically for Ladies Day, then the men of the house should be left at home or if it falls when you’re on holiday together make sure you take some time out for yourself. Look for spa’s offering special discounts during the day, or take a group of friends out in the evening for a spot of dinner. Look at the official website for a list of participating restaurants and book in advance. If you’re not adult entertainment, be warned that it’s not just the strip clubs that book strippers for this particular night.
When visiting Rome for Festa Della Donna book private rentals, houses and apartments in the city centre. Whether you are renting near your chosen event or elsewhere in the city, it is easiest to walk around Rome on foot or via public transport. Check our accommodation in Rome.
Visit ancient Rome and the famous Colosseum, the Roman Forum and Palatine Hill. Take a walking tour and see the famous Trevi Fountain or the Pantheon temple. Rome is also home to the Catholic Church at the Vatican, which includes the Sistine Chapel and St Peter’s Basilica.
Find out more about Festa Della Donna including: Women’s Day in Rome, events and venues, participating restaurants, discotheques, strip clubs, wellness centres offering special treatments and contact information visit the official website.
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