Charlotte fell in love with the Eternal City when she moved to Rome for what was supposed to be only a six-month stay. Since then, she has made Rome her permanent home, working as a translator and private teacher.
Bringing together remarkable archaeological finds from two ancient cities that both suffered volcanic catastrophes, the exhibition presents itself as a unique experience that allows visitors a vivid glimpse of the past.
Instead of trekking down to Pompeii, why not explore Rome’s very own ghost town, Ostia Antica? Wander the amazingly well preserved streets of what was once a bustling seaport at the mouth of the Tiber.