The publishing house Lozzi Roma s.a.s. specialises in the publication of books and tourist guides on Italian art cities, with particular attention to Rome and Vatican City. Lozzi Roma is part of the Lozzi Editori Group and its origins can be traced back to the publishing house founded in 1935 by publisher and printer Romolo Lozzi, which in the same year published the first guides to Rome, translated into 5 languages (an absolute record!). In the 1960s, the company, under the name Casa Editrice Lozzi expanded and became firmly established in the tourism sector, mainly thanks to the editor Paolo Lozzi, producing guide-books and maps for all the major Italian tourist destinations. Since 1995, under its current name, Lozzi Roma has published new guides and photographic books, over the years increasing the number of titles in its catalogue and constantly updating the editions. In 1999, together with Editrice Millenium, it founded the publishing house Archeolibri s.r.l., which specialises in archaeological and tourist publications. In 2009, a road in the Municipality of Rome was named after Romolo Lozzi. This was an important recognition, one that the city wanted to award to the man who started a business whose publishing products were always dedicated to Rome. Today, many of Lozzi Roma’s editions allow you to integrate reading with online videos, documentaries in multiple languages, and video clips, using tablets, smartphones, and computers (using a password to access the video streaming platform). The Lozzi Roma publishing house also produces art catalogues, and customised and promotional editions.