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Its name has an ancient origin, which refers to the history of Rome: Flaminio is located in the north of the city, between the Tiber and the Via Flaminia. In the last twenty years the district has experienced an incredible transformation and nowadays is the centre of the Roman cultural life: the work of redevelopment, then the great project by architect Renzo Piano and finally the innovative creation of the Maxxi space have made this area one of the most chic of the capital, the real heart of cultural life in Rome.
Esquilino - Termini
Esquilino is the name of one of the seven hills in Rome, besides being this large and popular area, really convenient as a unique crossroad. If it’s true that all paths lead you to Rome, at least in this neighborhood all trains do. There is Termini’s train station, the main one in Rome and one of the most important ones in Europe.
San Pietro - Vaticano
Without a doubt a unique place- fascinating, mysterious, wonderful and majestic. Full of contradictions, history and art. Covering an incredibly small area, it contains some of the most extraordinary works of art in the world, the origins of Christianity and the famous dome of Rome.
Campo dei Fiori - Trevi
The heart of Rome, one of the most known areas in the city, is the one that sticks in your mind. It is where a magical dimension opens up. The extraordinary character of a place like this bases on the simple idea that daily life mixes up with the most antique and imposing art.
The first Ward of Rome also hosts the largest quantity of Roman remains. The archaeological heritage is enormous, and merges with a genuine atmosphere, made up of steep streets and artisan shops, nightclubs and art galleries. To understand, this is where we find the Coliseum and Roman Forum, but also the Roman spirit most authentic and representative.
Stretched to the banks of the Tiber, and woven into a fabric of streets and squares, Trastevere is one of the most special places in Rome: it retains a special, typical, magical atmosphere. It is still an area steeped in tradition, and yet it is where young creative people meet up.