Skip menu
Traditions
17 April 2024 - 21 April 2024

Natale di Roma 2024

Overview

From 17 to 21 April 2024 the celebrations of Natale di Roma are back in town, having reached the 24th edition of the celebrations organised by the Gruppo Storico Romano.

This year some 2,000 re-enactors from around 72 associations and from all over the Roman world and beyond are expected to participate.   

The G.S.R. has decided to dedicate the 2024 re-enactment programme not to a character but to the most impressive and significant symbol of the entire Roman era: THE ROADS.

The Roman roads are a factor of incalculable importance in the history of antiquity. Rome became a conveyor belt of civilisation and "caput mundi" precisely because through its roads it was able to systematically control the immense territories that depended on it.

The Roman roads were fundamental tools through which Rome asserted its dominion over peoples and territories. Over the centuries, the Romans built a highly efficient network of roads over 80,000 kilometres, covering territories now belonging to over 30 nations.

Hours

The full programme of the event can be found on the website: Natale di Roma (natalidiroma.it)

Tickets

Free event

Buy

Tickets

Free event

Circo Massimo

Via del Circo Massimo, 00186 Roma RM, Italia

You might be interested in

Celebrations
View of Rome and Vatican City at sunset

8 unmissable things to experience Natale di Roma like a true local

Art and culture
Seven sites of art, history and culture just one hour from Rome

Seven sites of art, history and culture just one hour from Rome

Villages
Murale a Rocca di Papa. Photo by: Comune di Rocca di Papa

A tour at Rocca di Papa, a small town where over the centuries various legends have arisen

UNESCO
The Necropolises of Tarquinia and Cerveteri

The Necropolises of Tarquinia and Cerveteri

Spirituality
The Via Francigena in Latium: more than just Rome

The Via Francigena in Latium: more than just Rome

Food and wine
Lazio and the majestic Roman artichoke PGI

Lazio and the majestic Roman artichoke PGI

Sea
Ostia: discovering the sea of Rome

Ostia: discovering the sea of Rome

Museums and monuments
The 'great beauty' of Palazzo Sacchetti, in the heart of Rome, set of the Oscar-winning film by Paolo Sorrentino

The 'great beauty' of Palazzo Sacchetti, in the heart of Rome, set of the Oscar-winning film by Paolo Sorrentino

Sustainability
rome sustainable tourism hero

Rome is the perfect destination for sustainable tourism

Art and culture
Rome's Historic Cafes

Rome's Historic Cafes

UNESCO
The historical centre of Rome with all its beauty.

The historical centre of Rome with all its beauty.

UNESCO
178642214

Villa Adriana in Tivoli: an imperial Roman marvel

Art and culture
The works by Caravaggio in Rome

The works by Caravaggio in Rome

Luxury
Exclusive aperitifs in Rome's most evocative locations

Exclusive aperitifs in Rome's most evocative locations

Museums and monuments
The MAXXI Museum in Rome

The MAXXI Museum in Rome

Museums and monuments
St. Peter's Basilica and the Vatican Museums

St. Peter's Basilica and the Vatican Museums

Leisure
Rome in 7 stages: on the sets of the TV series Skam Italia

Rome in 7 stages: on the sets of the TV series Skam Italia, the everyday life of people in Rome

Museums and monuments
Michelangelo's Moses at San Pietro in Vincoli

Michelangelo's Moses at San Pietro in Vincoli

Art and culture
hidden rome cultural attractions

5 unusual things to see in Rome, sacred and profane

Spirituality
The Catacombs of Rome

The Catacombs of Rome

Ops! An error occurred while sharing your content. Please accept profiling cookies to share the page.