Pinciano – Parioli – Flaminio

Pinciano - Parioli - Flaminio



Rome, Italy – 6 August 2017 – The esoteric quarter of Rome, called ‘Quartiere Coppedè’, designed by architect Gino Coppedè consisting of eighteen palaces, twenty-seven buildings rich in symbologies, a monumental arch and a fountain

Perhaps the most elegant segment of Rome, among precious museums, refined palaces and monumental villas, opens what has historically been the first neighborhood  of the capital: Flaminio.

Two of the most important points of interest in contemporary Rome enrich this neighborhood: the Auditorium designed by Renzo Piano and the MAXXI, a contemporary art gallery designed by the female architect Zaha Hadid.

The presence of the Olympic stadium, the Flaminio stadium and the Foro Italico makes the Flaminio neighborhood the most loved by sportsmen, while Ponte Milvio, with its padlocks, gives the neighborhood a touch of romance.

Not far away, the Parioli neighborhood is dedicated to business and residential construction and known by the Romans for its trendy bars and restaurants.

But the real jewel of this part of Rome is the Villa Borghese which, thanks to the numerous attractions inside, manages to satisfy the wishes of many.

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