Galleria del Cembalo Galleria del Cembalo © Livia Hengel

Secret Rome: 3 Unmissable Things to Do Featured

No matter how many times you have been to Rome, there is always something new to explore. 

by Livia Hegel

L’Archivio di Monserrato

Via di Monserrato is a street with a long artisanal tradition and creative flair in the capital so it’s no surprise that Soledad Twombly chose this location for her whimsical designer’s studio, L’Archivio di Monserrato. The Argentine-born fashion designer (and daughter-in-law of American artist Cy Twombly) showcases a mix of art and textiles, antique beds, whimsical décor in her atelier – along with her collectable Sole label blouses and shirts.

l archivio di monserrato alessandro vasariL'Archivio di Monserrato. © Alessandro Vasari

Beyond the Gates

Embark on exclusive experiences in Rome and around Italy with Beyond the Gates, a bespoke tour company that opens the doors to the country’s most beautiful private villas. Cruise through Rome on a set of vintage wheels and enjoy a ride through the countryside before stepping inside an aristocratic residence for an unforgettable lunch. 

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beyond the gatesBeyond The Gates

Galleria del Cembalo

Tucked within a secret garden of Palazzo Borghese, the seat of the aristocratic Borghese family, Galleria del Cembalo is an experimental place that hosts rotating contemporary art exhibitions within elegant frescoed halls of an 18th century palace. With a dynamic calendar of events, the gallery stands out as one of Italy’s leading creative spaces. 

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Galleria del Cembalo Livia HengelGalleria del Cembalo. © Livia Hengel

 

 

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