Did you planned a Sunday morning lazy walk in Rome? Delightful.
But why don’t you plan a visit at the Quirinale Palace, symbol of the Italian Republic?
Built in 1583 it was the Pope’s summer site, and it later became the Palace of Royal Savoy in 1870.
From 1946 is the seat of the President of the Italian Republic.
As well as being an important task in terms of historical and political heritage, it enchants for the artistic works of the XVIII century artists as Bernini, Kidney, Fontana and many others.
You may also assist at 12.00 at the free Concert in the Paolina Chapel! (From October to June)
The programming ranges from classical to medieval repertoire from the baroque to the ethnic heritage and popular music of improvisation to sophisticated forms of contemporary expression, from the recovery of old instruments to the transcript of interpretations of repertoires also surprising.
Tomorrow will perform at piano Claudio Curti Gialdino.
Piazza del Quirinale
Every Sunday from 8.30 to 12.00
Ticket: 5 euros
Info: +39 06 46991