October 14th, was the second day of the Erasmus + project. Catalan students,  who spent the night in Rome, welcomed Italian and Czech students in the morning. In the first place, we were grouped to visit the Museum of the Italian Resistance, one of the historical places in the city. There, some professors, who worked voluntarily, told us about the importance of that prision, which preserves an existing secret from the Italian resistance, an armed group which opposed the fascist goverment and occupation troops installed in Italy during the Second World War. 

Secondly, while visiting the streets of the city, we went to Piazza di Spagna where we ate. 

About three in the afternoon, students went on a guided tour to learn about the most emblematic monuments of the Baroque Rome, such as the Trevi Fountain, the Pantheon, Piazza Navona, etc.

Finally, all the students moved by bus to Montesilvano, where we will spend the week.