Forum Fulvii is the most important Roman reenactment event in Italy. It is the reenactment of the ancient municipium Forum Fulvii, built by Consul Fulvius Flaccus in 123/125 B.C. There are original Roman dinners, the Roman market, the castrum with centuriones and the legionaries, shows and fighting, the biga-race, and so on.
Forum Fulvii lies near the city of Alessandria, in the north of Italy (1 hour from Turin, Milan or Genoa ). People can go to Turin or Milan by train or by airplane. They can go to Alessandria by train, and to Forum Fulvii by taxi-cab or bus.
It goes on for three days in May.