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2nd April 2017 | Rome
The annual marathon races around the streets of Rome attracting competitors from all over the world.
1st May 2017 | Piazza del Giovanni
The largest free music concert in Rome, Italy, in celebration of Labour Day.
May 10th - 21st 2017 | Foro Italico, Rome
International annual tennis tournament, held on clay courts attracting the biggest names in tennis.
May 25th - 29th 2017 | Piazza di Siena
Traditional equestrian horse show jumping event, taking place at the Piazza di Siena in Rome.
1st June - 30th September 2017 | Rome
During the height of the summer season, the Estate Romana brings together a collection of cultural events.
14th June - 14th July 2017 | Basilica di Massenzio
Literature Festival spread across ten evenings, spent with authors from both Italy and abroad.
July 16th - 25th 2017 | Trastevere
Traditional festival in honour of “Our Lady of Mount Carmel” (the Virgin Mary) including processions, market stalls and a religious message.
August 6th - 14th 2017 | Rome
The night of Saint Lawrence, is one for astronomers and the chance to see the tears of San Lorenzo meteor shower.
October 1st - 31st 2017 | Rome
The “Outdoor Festival” promotes urban art and culture with a series of events from European and international artists.
November 1st - 2nd 2017 | Campo Verano, Rome
All Saints Day is the Christian Festival in which saints past and present are remembered by the church.
1st December 2017 - 6th January 2018 | Via Margutta, Rome
Celebrate the festive period in the capital of Italy, Rome, home of the Catholic Church.
4th December 2017 - 8th January 2018 | Piazza Navona
Celebrate the build up to Christmas with Rome’s Festive Markets.
15th December 2017 | Piazza Mignanelli
Catholic feast day in honour of the Virgin Mary, featuring church masses and cultural celebrations.
December 24th - 25th 2017 | St Peter’s Basilica Rome
Christmas Mass is held on Christmas Eve around the world. We look at Christmas in the home of the Catholic Church, Rome.
January 5th - 6th 2018 | Piazza Navona
The people of Rome celebrate old Italian Folklore and legend of Befana, who provides children with gifts during Epiphany.
*PN = Per Night