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Roman Culture

Come to discover the true Roman culture, from the ancient traditions to the present day: the customs in ancient Rome, folk festivals, ancient proverbs, La Dolce Vita, the traditions of Roman cuisine and many other curiosities!

 

The Roman culture follows the course of the history of the city, every time that has passed through Rome has left its mark on the customs, traditions and artistic expressions. When we talk about Roman culture it comes to special customs and traditions of the reality of Rome that have been handed down to the present day and feature all over and all the grandeur of the Eternal City.

 

A witness to the internal conflicts between the Papacy and politics are the Talking Statues of Rome, which have become part of the Roman tradition. The famous Pasquino statue is still a witness of Roman satire par excellence.

 

The Roman tradition is still alive in the city and everywhere you can breathe a strong sense of traditional culture. Just think of the Roman food, which still brings to the table the flavors of the past and stands for the typical dishes, such as the famous bucatini alla matriciana or spaghetti alla carbonara. In the neighborhoods of Rome such as Trastevere and Campo dei Fiori, you can still breathe the atmosphere of popular Rome, between market and shops, including smells and tastes of tradition.

 

And how to forget the Roman Dolce Vita? Now entered a period to be part of the tradition of the city, retracing the steps of the great Italian cinema of the 50 and 60, when the stars and celebrities from around the world walked the streets of Via Veneto and Via dei Condotti.

 

Are you ready to discover all the interesting facts about the Roman culture?

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The Dolce Vita, or Sweet life of Roman culture, looks at the city from '50s and '60s: the celebrity lifestyle, from Via Vittorio Veneto to Federico Fellini, a way to relive the old days in Rome.


The Roman Carnival is an ancient traditional festival that has been passed down and still celebrated today. The celebration is well known for its history, the decorative masks and the various events that take place around the city.

Here you’ll find a selection of typical Roman dishes that you simply must try when you come to Rome on vacation!


The " talking statues" in Rome refer to an ancient tradition, still alive today. Discover the ancient history of Italy's most famous statues.