Bachata day Summer Festival 2023
🗓 When: 15th–17th July 2023
🌐 Where: Rome, Italy
📍 Location: Cinecittà World – Via Irina Alberti, 00128 Roma RM, Italy
🎟 Buy your tickets with a discount here
All roads lead to Rome,
in this case to the second edition of the Bachata day Summer Festival 2023.
Pizza, Pasta and Bachata – How does it sound?
The cherry on top – this is happening in Cinecittà World,
one of the biggest waterparks in Italy.
La citta eterna is waiting for you in the middle of July 2023,
with more than 35 hours of workshops,
2 epic parties by the pool,
and the passion of all the Italian bachateros y bachateras.
What if I tell you top artists will be there?
Discover the full lineup down below.
Line up of artists
Only for mastering your footwork with Ataca, it would be worth it.
The good news. There are many other top couples confirmed on top of Ataca y La Alemana.
Ataca y La Alemana
Azael & Sindi
Abdel y Lety
Dario y Sara
Willy y Noura
Maycheal y Mayra
Alessio & Natalia
Jose y Elena
Riccardo y Silvia
…and much more!
Where is the Bachata Day Summer Festival 2023?
I can’t think about a better combo than Rome + Bachata festival + Water park.
if you want to know more about the capital of Italy – keep reading.
The festival will be organized again in the amusement park: Cinecittà World.
Address: Via Irina Alberti, 00128 Roma RM, Italy
When is the Bachata Day Summer Festival 2023?
Right in the middle of the summer.
The festival will be organized in mid of July 2023,
🗓from 15th to 17th of July2023 (Saturday – Monday)
Get your swimsuit and your suncream ready,
the temperature is expected to be around 25-30 °C during the days of the festival.
Prices for the Bachata Day Summer Festival 2023
Prices start from 50 EUR for the Sunday Pass, all the way to 90 EUR for the Full Pass.
How to buy the tickets for Bachata day Summer Festival 2023
Buy your tickets stress-free ,
your can buy them with discounts here.
Contact and official websites
More info about the festival, you can find on the official website.
What to do in Rome
Rome, la citta etterna, is a city that has so much to offer!
Here are some of the best things to do in Rome for three days:
Day 1: Start your day with a stroll in Piazza Navona, one of the most magical squares in Rome.
Visit the Pantheon,
one of the most well-preserved and ancient structures in the Eternal City.
Head to the Trevi Fountain and throw a coin over your shoulder for good luck. End your day with a visit to the Spanish Steps.
Day 2: Start your day at the Colosseum, one of Rome’s most iconic landmarks.
Visit the Roman Forum and learn about ancient Roman history.
Head to Vatican City and visit St. Peter’s Basilica and the Vatican Museums & Sistine Chapel. Watchout tickets are fully booked, make sure you book them in advance.
Start your day at Villa Borghese,
one of the most charming parks in the city.
Visit Castel Sant’Angelo, a beautiful fortress that was once used as a papal residence.
End your day with a visit to Piazza Navona.
If you are into Italian food,
you have arrived at the right place.
When it comes to food, Rome has some of the best restaurants in Italy.
Here are some of our personal recommendations:
- Roscioli – is famous for its cured meats and cheeses.
- La Pergola – Michelin-starred restaurant with stunning views of Rome.
- Da Enzo al 29 – traditional Roman cuisine.
Where to stay in Rome
If you’re looking for budget accommodation in Rome, Booking.com has many options available.
Some of the best budget hotels in Rome include:
Palazzo Velabro, Luna Rossa, Urban Pine B&B, DEM Hotel, San Cosimato Suite, Ronda St. Angelo Suites, Soggiorno Downtown, and Residenza Il Giglio.
If you’re looking for something more affordable,
you can also check out some of the best cheap hotels in Rome for budget travellers.
These include Condominio Monti, Hotel Grifo, Unahotels Trastevere, The Hoxton, Rome, Mama Shelter Roma, The Beehive, and Albergo Etico.
Where to eat in Rome
If you’re on a budget and looking for some local and international food restaurants here are some options you might want to consider:
FoodBox – located at Via Beniamino Franklin 12 C, New Market of Testaccio, Rome. They offer a variety of international dishes such as burgers, sandwiches, and wraps. They also have vegetarian and vegan options
Divinity Restaurant & Lounge Bar – located at Via di Santa Chiara 4/A, The Pantheon Iconic Rome Hotel, Rome. They offer Italian cuisines such as pasta and pizza.
If you are into vegetarian options – they have plenty of options too.
Ciampini Bistrot – located at Piazza di San Lorenzo in Lucina 29, Rome. They offer Italian cuisine such as pasta and pizza.
Da Francesco – located at Piazza del Fico 29, Rome. Dar Filettaro – located at Largo dei Librari 88, Rome.
Enoteca Corsi – located at Via del Gesù 87, Rome.
La Taverna Dei Quaranta – located at Via Claudia 24, Rome.
Other useful information when visiting Rome
Rome is a city that is full of surprises and interesting facts.
Did you know that Rome is built on 7 hills and is often called the “Eternal City” by poets and writers?
It is also the 4th most populous city in the European Union,
and the 3rd most visited city in Europe.
When it comes to commuting from the airport to the city, there are several options available.
You can take a train from Fiumicino Airport to Roma Termini,
or take one of the private shuttle buses from Ciampino Airport to Termini Station
The electrical outlets and power plugs in Rome are of types C, F & L. If your country uses the same electrical outlets and power plugs, you don’t need a travel adapter.
However, you may still need a voltage converter if the voltage is different.