“Spaghettongola” in Fiumicino

From 3-5 and 10-12 August: A festival celebrating spaghetti with clams of the “lupine” variety is an opportunity to eat a menu based on fish and listen to music in Fiumicino. There are many types of clams that are bred nowadays, veracis and lupins, and in the city of  Fiumicino Read more…

Court Feast

In April, for a day Villa Guglielmi returns to the splendour of the end of the 1800s with ladies, knights, servants and nobility of the time engaged in activities. With people in period clothing engaged in daily activities, you can come under the influence of the waltz, the elegance of Read more…

Valadier Suburb

In 1800, with a growing population shifting towards the port of Fiumicino area it was decided to generate an urban plan and Giuseppe Valadier was put in charge. The project included homes lined along a bank of the canal with a neoclassical church at the centre. The row of houses Read more…

Museum of Roman Ships

The Museum of Ships gathers an important collection of Roman imperial age vessels that were found in the flooded area at the Port of Claudius during the construction of the airport. It is a historical and educational museum which illustrate the construction techniques, the trade routes, life on board.

Basilica di Sant’Ippolito

The Early Christian Basilica of St. Ippolito is divided into three naves by two rows of columns and each aisle preserves its original architectural and structural elements. It was dedicated, between the fourth and fifth centuries, to the martyr Ippolito, a native of this area.

Fontana delle Cinque Lune

The Fontana delle Cinque Lune was brought from Piazza Navona in Rome. It was originally located near the palace Piccolomini (whose coat of arms consists of a cross with five moons) and was removed for the construction of the Corso del Rinascimento. The fountain was built by Salvatore Amato in Read more…

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