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How to Ring in the New Year in the Eternal City

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La Festa di Roma

The Eternal City is ready to ring in the New Year with the Fourth edition of La Festa di Roma, an extravagant event that begins on the 31st of December at nine in the evening and ends on January the 1st at the same hour. La Festa di Roma covers the whole city and features international performances by more than 1000 artists. This Year, the theme of the event is Man’s relationship with Nature and its elements. The performances will take place in the theatres, piazzas and bridges found in Piazza dell’Emporio, Ponte Fabricio, Giardino degli Aranci and Piazza Bocca delle Verità. To read the full list of International Artists visit 

New Year’s Eve with “Mary Poppins” at the Sistina Theater

This charming story of the most renowned nanny in the world is bound to entertain the whole family as it it timeless and captivates children and adults alike. Get immersed in a fantasy world that is full of positive emotion and catchy music. Ringing in the New Year at with a dynamic Musical experience may be the ideal choice for families looking to entertain family members of different ages. 

The Three Tenors

For Opera lovers, the Three Tenors will perform Opera arias and Christmas songs in the magical baroque oratory of San Francesco Saverio del Caravita on December 31st, 2019 and January 1, 2020. Complimentary sparkling wine is included with your tickets. 

Swan Lake

Tchaikovsky's Swan Lake is bound to be magical for the whole family. Playing starting the 31st of December until the 8th of January 2020 at the Costanza Theater, this breathtaking ballet is a great way to ring in the New Year. 

Cinecittà World

If you are a cinema buff or love the excitement of ringing in the New Year on a large movie set then Cinecittà World is the perfect choice for your family. The park will be open from 18:00 to 06:00, for 12 hours of pure fun. Enjoy attractions for free, 6 shows, live concerts, 5 discos and the Kingdom of Ice opened. Over 40 artists and DJs will be performing. The ticket options for this event allow you to choose what you.  

Marriott Park Hotel New Year’s Eve

Ring in the New Year in grand style at the Marriott Park Hotel. This exclusive Party is organized by ExtraNight Agency at the largest hotel in Italy. The event begins with a welcome aperitif and continues with an unlimited wine dinner and mega-party until sunrise. 

Central Theatre of Rome Gala

This suggestive venue is located in the heart of Rome in Via Celsa, 6 and has been a prestigious cultural center in Rome for 2 centuries. After being renovated, it is now one of the hippest places to experience cultural events in the Eternal City. Ring in the New Year with a Teatro Centrale di Roma Gala Dinner while enjoying a Cabaret show and Dj Set. 

Escape at the Spa

Dedicate your New Year experience to complete wellbeing by escaping at the Victoria Spa, located just outside of Rome, on the Ostia seaside, this luxurious spa offers you a relaxed experience with full access to the spa, buffet, and drinks. It’s the perfect place to toast to the New Year away from the chaos of the City.

What are you most looking forward to experiencing on New Year’s Eve? May this New Year be better than you could ever dream of and may it bring you much joy. 


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