‘Letture d’estate’ Exhibition

"‘Letture d’estate’ Exhibition" submitted by RomeTour Editorial Team and last updated on Monday 18th July 2011

Why not buy cheap new and used books under the stars and next to the stunning Castel Sant’Angelo? The ‘Letture d’estate’ exhibition presents different stands of books, with thousands of titles of large, small and independent publishers. There are stands from all continents with play areas for kids and four areas for live music, opera and theatre. If all that reading has given you hunger pangs, fret not as there are many food stands to choose from. In the park this summer book fair, plus free concerts nightly, featuring a wide variety of musical styles, theater, poetry readings and exhibits. The fair encompasses 4000 square-meters of book stores, with 186 publishers represented, as well as stands sellling all sorts of objects and gastronomic offerings. It’s open all day and entrance is free.. http://www.invitoallalettura.org/

As you visit '‘Letture d’estate’ Exhibition' you may also like following articles . . .

Rome Summer Festival - A Hundred Days of Performance, Concerts and Cultural Events

Roman Summer Festival is a hundred days of performance, concerts, and cultural events involving the whole city, and stretches from the centre to the suburbs.

Piazza (Square) Vittorio Emanuele II, Rome - Open Air Cinema And Food Market, Big Garden With Park

Piazza Vittorio, as it is called more commonly, is a wide rectangular square completely surrounded by arcades in Piemontese style, unique in this type in Rome

Rome Main Exhibition Areas

Rome, cradle and centre of European culture, is often seat of important temporary art exhibitions both in its most important museums and in particularly

Tempietto Concerts and Classical Music

The Tempietto Concerts - Music Festival of the Nation (Concerti del tempietto - Festival musicale delle nazioni) and Classical music in the archeological park

Il Tempietto Cultural Association, Rome - Cultural Events, Classical Music, Concerts

Although it was founded in 1980, the Il Tempietto Cultural Association (Associazione Culturale IL TEMPIETTO) In Rome actually originated from the artistic