• Villa Borghese Roma

    Villa Borghese

    Beautiful public park, the third largest in Rome, with its 80 hectares, it includes large green areas of different types, small buildings, ponds and magnificent fountains. The park has 9 entrances and among the most popular ones are Porta Pinciana, the one from the Trinita’ dei Monti, Pincio’s ramps in Piazza del Popolo, and the entry of Piazzale Flaminio. Also of great note is the Pincio Garden, which offers a wonderful view of Rome and the of the Villa building (Villa Borghese Pinciana), which now houses the Gallery Borghese, known museum every day visited by tourists from all over the world.

  • Coppedè Quarter

    Coppedè Quarter

    Designed by architect Gino Coppedè, it is a complex of buildings really closed by to our B&B, consisting of 18 edifices and 27 buildings, the charm is incredible! A surreal atmosphere that will leave you breathless, swinging between antique decorations, arches, windows and loggias in Liberty style, it also evokes both baroque and medieval ones. To note the wonderful Fairies’s Villa, a daydream not to miss!

  • Piper Club

    Piper Club

    Legendary nightclub, one of the most famous in Italy, since the 60′s became a cult for a whole generation, hosting all the big names in the music business, who characterized our past 50 years.
    Even today, the Piper is considered an icon of nights scenes in Rome, where in addition to classic disco evenings, there is also room given to live foreign groups and Italian singers performances.

  • Via Veneto Roma

    Via Veneto

    One of the most famous streets of Rome, from Piazza Barberini leads to Porta Pinciana. It owes its fame between the 50s and 60s, where the many cafes, nightclubs and hotels in the area were attended by celebrities from the film and entertainment businesses. It was Federico Fellini with his movie “La Dolce Vita” to definitively establish its name.

  • Spanish Steps

    Spanish Steps

    One of the most beautiful and fascinating in the world, with the steps of Trinity Mountains, owes its name to the presence of the Spanish Embassy nearby. Attended by thousands of tourists daily it is a “must to be seeing” spot for anyone who is visiting Rome.

  • Trevi Fountain

    Trevi Fountain

    La più grande e più nota fontana di Roma, è considerata una delle più celebri fontane del mondo. Chi è in vacanza nella capitale, non può non recarsi in questo luogo, dove, secondo tradizione, bisogna lanciare una moneta nella fontana, voltandole le spalle, al fine di propiziare un futuro ritorno in città.

  • La Sapienza University

    La Sapienza (Wisdom) University

    With more than 140,000 students enrolled and well 7000 years of history on its back, La Sapienza is the
first university in Europe. It offers 250 undergraduate programs and 200 Master courses, thanks to
its 11 faculties and 63 departments.

  • University Lumsa

    University Lumsa

    The Libera Università Maria SS. Assumption (LUMSA) is an not state italian university of Catholic inspiration, inaugurated in 1939. Among its outstanding faculties we can name Law, Primary Education, as well as numerous three years degree programs.

  • Auditorium - Parco della musica

    Auditorium – Parco della Musica (Music Park)

    A multifunctional complex in Rome that hosts musical and cultural events of various types. Spread over an area of 55000mq. in the Flaminio area, between Villa Glori, the Parioli Hill and the Olympic Village.
    Inside they house offices of the Music for Rome’s foundation and St Cecilie’s Academy.

  • Bio Park

    Bio Park

    The zoo park of Rome is located inside Villa Borghese and currently houses 1,144 animals of 222 different species.

  • Olympic Stadium

    Olympic Stadium

    The main and largest sports facility of Rome. It is located within the Foro Italico sports complex, the structure is primarily intended for football: derby matches between Lazio-Rome, the Italian Cup final and athletics final but it also hosts pop concerts and other events.

  • Stadio Flaminio

    Stadio Flaminio

    It is located in the district of Parioli in Rome, it was inaugurated in 1959 and has its own
indoor semi-Olympic swimming pool and heated gyms, it is also used for fencing, fighting , boxing and much more.
Since 2000 it is home of all matches of the Italian Rugby national team in the SIX NATIONS league.

  • Parioli Theater

    Parioli Theater

    Resurrected in 2011, thanks to Luigi De Filippi, known as theater Parioli “Peppino De Filippi “, an homage to his great Neapolitan actor father, shoulder of Toto’ and protagonist of its italian post-war scene. The Teatro Parioli offers the public the funniest and most representative works of the Neapolitan theatre as well as the production of the national one, operetta, ballet and music.

  • Modern and Contemporary Art Gallery of Fine Arts

    Modern and Contemporary Art Gallery of Fine Arts

    In the heart of the historic city, a few meters from Trinita’ Dei Monti, the building that
houses the museum is an ancient cloistered monastery dating back to the late
sixteenth century, adjacent to St. Joseph Capo le Case Church.
The collection of the Gallery of Modern Art of the Capital is made of over than three thousand works: paintings, sculptures, drawings, engravings, which are a precious heritage of artistic culture in Rome towards the end of the nineteenth century and along the first half of the twentieth century.

  • Porta Pia

    Porta Pia

    Battlefield of the defeat of Rome on September 20, 1870, also known as “Breach of Porta Pia “which during the Risorgimento era sanctioned the annexation of Rome to the Kingdom of Italy, announcing the end of the Papal Power and Age.

  • Ospedale Umberto I di Roma

    Hospital Umberto I in Rome

    Named after the namesake Italian King, it is a learning hospital of the first Faculty of Medicine and Surgery of La Sapienza, the first University of Rome. It is also the second Italian public hospital with 1200 beds and is easily reachable by walk from the Angels In Rome B&B.

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