Here you will find great opportunities to make your time in Italy even more interesting: exhibitions, events or festivals that can inspire a fabulous weekend getaway or add something special and exciting to a business trip.
Art, culture, work or fun?
Any reason is a good reason to discover a new Space Hotel while travelling in Italy.
Various locations - dal 31/10/2011 al 31/12/2012
Fitness and relaxation reign in various places, which propose meetings, tastings, conferences and other events devoted to health and wellness.
Teatro S. Filippo - dal 21/01/2012 al 04/02/2012
The event features plays in dialect. Starts at 9pm.
When: 21 January; 4 February
Bons en Chablais sport center - dal 26/11/2011 al 29/02/2012
Young and old can enjoy themselves on the ice. Skates can be rented on the rink.
Lovere tourist port - dal 29/11/2011 al 26/02/2012
An ice-skating rink set in the square, fun for the young and the old.
Arena, Verbania Pallanza - dal 07/12/2011 al 08/01/2012
Ice skating is a passion of the young and the old, an occasion to spend time together and really have fun.
Teatro alla Scala - dal 04/12/2011 al 17/11/2012
The season has many surprises and previews in store. The calendar includes theatre, opera, dance and concerts.
Palazzo Mediceo di Seravezza - dal 28/01/2012 al 09/04/2012
The exhibition presents large-format images dedicated to Viareggio by Romano Cagnoni. Cagnoni is a photoreporter and took pictures in some of the most important international wars. A section deals with North Vietnam.
Olivo theatre - dal 05/11/2011 al 03/04/2012
The season features operas, plays and operetta.
When: 5 November; 15 December; 8, 18 January; 1, 17 February; 17 March; 3 April
Politeama theatre - dal 08/11/2011 al 02/04/2012
The season has everal surprises in store, with theatrical performances, comics and musicals.
When: 8, 29 November; 13, 21 December; 12, 19, 30 January; 15, 21 March; 2 April
Museo Diocesano - dal 30/09/2011 al 29/01/2012
The exhibition traces the history of goldsmith's art in Milan between the 14th century to the 15th century through 60 masterpieces coming from important, Italian and international, public and private collections.