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Let me start by saying that my 3-star review is not because this place is in any way bad but that there's not much to do and I wouldn't tell people to go out of their way to this neighborhood.
On our second day in...More
This is a small but beautiful neighborhood built in a unique style, worth visiting if you are interested in architecture or even just want to take a stroll in an off the beaten path area. The area is tiny and develops around Piazza Mincio: you...More
After a few visits to Rome now it was time to venture away from the historical centre and the usual tourist attractions. Heading North East out of the Borghese Gardens from the Borghese Gallery and Museum, cross over Viale Regina Margherita at Piazza Buenos Aires...More
It's amazing how much prices can drop just 4 km away from Termini and nearby attractions. Gelato ice cream can easily be 1/3 cheaper or more and probably taste nicer too. It was raining non stop but we still enjoyed the sights and walk.
After many trips to Rome, something different to explore. Took bus 63 from Largo Argentina to just beyond Piazza Buenos Aires, about 30 minutes. Quartiere Coppede is a very small area around a fountain that the Beatles once danced in fully clothed. Built between 1913-1927,...More
First of all, there are no more than 5 or so buildings that display the playfully rich architecture Quartiere Coppedè is known for. You can walk there from Galleria Borghese. It is really interesting to see but if you are not into architecture, you may...More