Find out the Jubilee apps
This intuitive and user- friendly app provides in real time all the information about the events of Jubilee and about the city of Rome. Via its “ Radar” function, “Roma per il Giubileo” provides the possibility of locating your position on a map in real time. Otherwise, it allows you to seek for the events of the day, for the closer interest points, for the available public transport system and for all the services necessary for a safe and comfortable journey.
All the events, monuments and museums are completed with their descriptions, pictures, and details about their addresses and contacts.
Both the religious and laical events are organized by date and they are marked on the map.
Iubitinera is the official app for the four Jubilee routes and it is an effective assistance for your pilgrimage in Rome on the occasion of the Extraordinary Jubilee of Mercy.
Iubitinera is a free app and it can also be used off line. It will show you the way along the four Jubilee routes and it will let you know with a notification when you will be close to the stages. It also describes the more than sixty places of interest spread across the Routes, providing you a spiritual, cultural and artistical description accompanied by pictures.
A multimedial journey throughout the history of the Jubilees. This app has been created as a guidance to the exhibit “ Antiquorum Habet” and it was presented on the occasion of the Extraordinary Jubilee of Mercy. Its principal aim is to promote the accessibility of important historical subjects on the mobile devices. The app allows you to explore the materials and documents which are displayed in the exhibition “ Antiquorum Habet”, that is hosted by the Republic Senate in Sala Zuccari in Palazzo Giustiniani. Among all the materials which are exhibited in “ Antiquorum Habet”, we can find manuscripts, ancient and modern books, documents, magazines, newspapers, incisions and pictures coming from the documentary collections of the Republic Senate and borrowed by the Apostolic Vatican Bibliotheque, by the Mint Museum of the Italian State Printing Office and by the Philately and Numismatic Bureau of the Vatican City.
Mapful is an app which has been created to face the need for mobility in the city for all those who suffer from reduced mobility, including disabled people. In fact, it provides a range of narrow information about the real accessibility of places and attractions in the city. The principal aim of Mapful is to indicate accessible town routes and, if they present access difficulties, to point them out. This purpose can be obtained by providing narrow indications about the state of the roads and of the services through descriptions deriving from careful inspections.