Rome’s Museum of Contemporary Art combines two sites: the main center in a 20th century Peroni factory, and the museum’s annex in the old slaughterhouse in the Testaccio district. It is home to a number of important post-WWII works, and is full of vibrant colors and modern architecture. Be sure to check out MACRO for a change of pace when it comes to Rome’s museums.
Cerveteri is a town located in Lazio, 30 miles Northwest of Rome. The best known attraction is its... Read more