Carnevale ai Fori Imperiali: appuntamento fra 3 giorni al Roof Top del Forum Hotel

Ph. Carlo Piersanti

Manca davvero poco all’Aperoparty al Roof Top del Forum Hotel con vista sui fori imperiali organizzato da #Linkinrome.

Ph. Carlo Piersanti

A partire dalle 20:00 venerdì 21 Febbraio una location esclusiva, il suggestivo roof top del Forum Hotel, avrà luogo una serata unica.

Ph. Carlo Piersanti

Sarà un’apericena all’insegna del divertimento e del networking relazionale accompagnato da un dj set danzante.

Ph. Carlo Piersanti

La posizione dell’hotel è centrale e strategica; l’area occupata dai resti di antichi edifici fu interessata nel Medioevo dal sorgere di abitazioni, chiese e monasteri, nonché da spazi verdi adibiti a pascolo (sotto il nome di “Campo Vaccino”), fino alla radicale trasformazione voluta, alla fine del XVI secolo, dal cardinale Michele Bonelli che vi realizzò il quartiere denominato “Alessandrino”.

Lo staff del Forum Hotel e di LinkinRome è pronto ad accogliervi e vi aspetta per un Carnevale ai Fori Imperiali come non ne avete mai trascorsi. Non pensateci troppo perchè l’evento è quasi sold out!

Ph. Carlo Piersanti

Per info & dettagli consultare la bacheca Fb dell’evento al seguente link:

https://www.facebook.com/events/764434843965860/

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