Around Via Flaminia

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Around Via Flaminia

Coffee Shop
Just Attached to the Building Entrance on the right , a bar where you can drink coffe or Cappucino or have an good aperetif
Caffè dei Pittori
57 Via Flaminia
Just Attached to the Building Entrance on the right , a bar where you can drink coffe or Cappucino or have an good aperetif
One of the Best Bar and Coffee Shop here you can drink a very good coffe or Cappuccino eating Cornetto or Bomba ...or in Late Evening have a Wonderful Aperitif with a good Cocktail or Craft Beer !!!
Flambar
67 Via Flaminia
One of the Best Bar and Coffee Shop here you can drink a very good coffe or Cappuccino eating Cornetto or Bomba ...or in Late Evening have a Wonderful Aperitif with a good Cocktail or Craft Beer !!!
Excellent coffee but also the rest ... alone or in company, from coffee to aperitif you will find a vast assortment. The entire staff is welcoming and friendly, a point of reference in the area.
Da zia Deby
12 Via Giambattista Vico
Excellent coffee but also the rest ... alone or in company, from coffee to aperitif you will find a vast assortment. The entire staff is welcoming and friendly, a point of reference in the area.
Nice café and diner, great prices and there is also room for large groups.
Caffetteria Tortora
Nice café and diner, great prices and there is also room for large groups.
Established in 1760 with 4 rooms where you can breathe history and a collection of over 150 works of art.
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Antico Caffè Greco
86 Via dei Condotti
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Established in 1760 with 4 rooms where you can breathe history and a collection of over 150 works of art.
Car Parking
Here if you want you can easy park your car in this good private parking the price is about€25 per day
Parcheggio E. Bertollini & C. Srl
3 Via Emanuele Gianturco
Here if you want you can easy park your car in this good private parking the price is about€25 per day
Pay Car Parking Near The Apartmente
Via Flaminia, 86 Parking
82/86 Via Flaminia
Pay Car Parking Near The Apartmente
Visite turistiche
Near Piazza del Popolo, in the reclaimed Spazio Flaminio, a former ATAC bus depot dating back to 1877, you will find an area especially for children from 3 to 12 years old, school groups and families. The idea behind the museum is to represent the city, its buildings and services, proposed as an enormous toy that children can use, watch, touch and discover independently and through play and socializing. The representation of the city is emphasized by the interior scenery, with flooring in the corridors made to look like real roads, pavements and pedestrian crossings, a traffic light, plants and greenery. The external walls of the various zones display the standard signs relating to use or the service hosted. Looking out onto the square with its fountain and wall clock are the post office, television studio, supermarket, station, garage, hospital and restaurant. These offer opportunities through which children can discover the mysteries of every day things and the environment, but most of all understand themselves in relation to others.
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Explora IL Museo Dei Bambini Di Roma
82 Via Flaminia
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Near Piazza del Popolo, in the reclaimed Spazio Flaminio, a former ATAC bus depot dating back to 1877, you will find an area especially for children from 3 to 12 years old, school groups and families. The idea behind the museum is to represent the city, its buildings and services, proposed as an enormous toy that children can use, watch, touch and discover independently and through play and socializing. The representation of the city is emphasized by the interior scenery, with flooring in the corridors made to look like real roads, pavements and pedestrian crossings, a traffic light, plants and greenery. The external walls of the various zones display the standard signs relating to use or the service hosted. Looking out onto the square with its fountain and wall clock are the post office, television studio, supermarket, station, garage, hospital and restaurant. These offer opportunities through which children can discover the mysteries of every day things and the environment, but most of all understand themselves in relation to others.
The Piazza del Popolo (meaning The People’s Square) is located inside the northern gate of the city, which was once called Porta Flaminia. The square is situated at the beginning of Via Flaminia and was the main entrance to the city during the Roman Empire. Once on the main route to the north, Piazza del Popolo is still strategically located. Three important streets part from the square: to the left, Via del Babuino; to the right, Via di Ripetta and to the centre the Via del Corso, one of the main high streets of Rome. What to see An Egyptian obelisk dedicated to Ramesses II, called Flaminio Obelisk, is located at the centre of the piazza. Erected in the Circus Maximus during the tenth century, it was transferred to Piazza del Popolo in 1589. Many visitors come to Piazza del Popolo to see Santa Maria del Popolo, a basilica that features two magnificent canvases by Caravaggio and splendid Renaissance decoration. Two other churches look onto the square; Santa Maria dei Miracoli and Santa Maria in Montesanto. These two temples look identical from the exterior, but hide several differences inside. Visitors can get an impressive view of the piazza by climbing the stairs, located on the east side of the square, to Pincio Park.
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Piazza del Popolo
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The Piazza del Popolo (meaning The People’s Square) is located inside the northern gate of the city, which was once called Porta Flaminia. The square is situated at the beginning of Via Flaminia and was the main entrance to the city during the Roman Empire. Once on the main route to the north, Piazza del Popolo is still strategically located. Three important streets part from the square: to the left, Via del Babuino; to the right, Via di Ripetta and to the centre the Via del Corso, one of the main high streets of Rome. What to see An Egyptian obelisk dedicated to Ramesses II, called Flaminio Obelisk, is located at the centre of the piazza. Erected in the Circus Maximus during the tenth century, it was transferred to Piazza del Popolo in 1589. Many visitors come to Piazza del Popolo to see Santa Maria del Popolo, a basilica that features two magnificent canvases by Caravaggio and splendid Renaissance decoration. Two other churches look onto the square; Santa Maria dei Miracoli and Santa Maria in Montesanto. These two temples look identical from the exterior, but hide several differences inside. Visitors can get an impressive view of the piazza by climbing the stairs, located on the east side of the square, to Pincio Park.
The church of Santa Maria dei Miracoli is a church in Rome, in the Campo Marzio district, in Piazza del Popolo, between via del Corso and via di Ripetta, or rather at the top of the Trident. It is popularly known as the twin church of Santa Maria in Montesanto, although the two structures differ mainly in the planimetric setting.
Church of Saint Mary 'dei Miracoli'
529 Via del Corso
The church of Santa Maria dei Miracoli is a church in Rome, in the Campo Marzio district, in Piazza del Popolo, between via del Corso and via di Ripetta, or rather at the top of the Trident. It is popularly known as the twin church of Santa Maria in Montesanto, although the two structures differ mainly in the planimetric setting.
Santa Maria in Montesanto is a church in Rome, located in the Campo Marzio district, in Piazza del Popolo, between via del Corso and via del Babuino, also known as the Church of the artists. It is popularly known as the twin church of Santa Maria dei Miracoli, although it presents significant differences, especially in the layout.
Church of Saint Mary 'in Montesanto'
Santa Maria in Montesanto is a church in Rome, located in the Campo Marzio district, in Piazza del Popolo, between via del Corso and via del Babuino, also known as the Church of the artists. It is popularly known as the twin church of Santa Maria dei Miracoli, although it presents significant differences, especially in the layout.
Piazza di Spagna, at the bottom of the Spanish Steps, is one of the most famous squares in Rome (Italy). It owes its name to the Palazzo di Spagna, seat of the Embassy of Spain to the Holy See. Nearby is the famed Column of the Immaculate Conception of the Blessed Virgin Mary. The square In the middle of the square is the famous Fontana della Barcaccia, dating to the beginning of the baroque period, sculpted by Pietro Bernini and his son, the more famous Gian Lorenzo Bernini. At the right corner of the Spanish Steps rises the house of the English poet John Keats, who lived there until his death in 1821: nowadays it has been changed into a museum dedicated to him and his friend Percy Bysshe Shelley, displaying books and memorabilia of English romanticism. At the left corner there is the Babington's tea room, founded in 1893. The side near Via Frattina is overlooked by the two façades (the main one, designed by Gian Lorenzo Bernini, and the side one created by Francesco Borromini) of the Palazzo di Propaganda Fide, a property of the Holy See. In front of it, actually in a lengthening of Piazza di Spagna named Piazza Mignanelli, rises the Column of the Immaculate Conception, erected in 1856, two years after the proclamation of the dogma. The Spanish Steps See also: Spanish Steps The imposing 135-step staircase was inaugurated by Pope Benedict XIII during the 1725 Jubilee; it was released (thanks to French loans granted in 1721–1725) to connect the Bourbon Spanish embassy (from which the square takes its name) to the Church of Trinità dei Monti. It was designed by Alessandro Specchi and Francesco De Sanctis after generations of long and glowing discussions about how to urbanize the steep slope on the side of the Pincian Hill to connect it to the church. The final key was the one proposed by Francesco De Sanctis: a great staircase decorated with many garden-terraces, splendidly adorned with flowers in spring and summer. The sumptuous, aristocratic staircase, at the summit of a straight sequence of streets leading down to the Tiber, was designed so that the scenic effects increase more and more while approaching to it. In effect, the creation of long, deep perspectives culminating in monumental wings or backdrops was typical of the great baroque architecture. The Spanish Steps were restored in 1995.
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Piazza di Spagna
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Piazza di Spagna, at the bottom of the Spanish Steps, is one of the most famous squares in Rome (Italy). It owes its name to the Palazzo di Spagna, seat of the Embassy of Spain to the Holy See. Nearby is the famed Column of the Immaculate Conception of the Blessed Virgin Mary. The square In the middle of the square is the famous Fontana della Barcaccia, dating to the beginning of the baroque period, sculpted by Pietro Bernini and his son, the more famous Gian Lorenzo Bernini. At the right corner of the Spanish Steps rises the house of the English poet John Keats, who lived there until his death in 1821: nowadays it has been changed into a museum dedicated to him and his friend Percy Bysshe Shelley, displaying books and memorabilia of English romanticism. At the left corner there is the Babington's tea room, founded in 1893. The side near Via Frattina is overlooked by the two façades (the main one, designed by Gian Lorenzo Bernini, and the side one created by Francesco Borromini) of the Palazzo di Propaganda Fide, a property of the Holy See. In front of it, actually in a lengthening of Piazza di Spagna named Piazza Mignanelli, rises the Column of the Immaculate Conception, erected in 1856, two years after the proclamation of the dogma. The Spanish Steps See also: Spanish Steps The imposing 135-step staircase was inaugurated by Pope Benedict XIII during the 1725 Jubilee; it was released (thanks to French loans granted in 1721–1725) to connect the Bourbon Spanish embassy (from which the square takes its name) to the Church of Trinità dei Monti. It was designed by Alessandro Specchi and Francesco De Sanctis after generations of long and glowing discussions about how to urbanize the steep slope on the side of the Pincian Hill to connect it to the church. The final key was the one proposed by Francesco De Sanctis: a great staircase decorated with many garden-terraces, splendidly adorned with flowers in spring and summer. The sumptuous, aristocratic staircase, at the summit of a straight sequence of streets leading down to the Tiber, was designed so that the scenic effects increase more and more while approaching to it. In effect, the creation of long, deep perspectives culminating in monumental wings or backdrops was typical of the great baroque architecture. The Spanish Steps were restored in 1995.
Discover Leonardo Da Vinci Experience with more than 50 working inventions. Certified paintings and a Last Supper reproduction. Get to know the genius. Certified Paintings. Working inventions. Grab your free souvenir.
Museo Leonardo da Vinci
12 Piazza del Popolo
Discover Leonardo Da Vinci Experience with more than 50 working inventions. Certified paintings and a Last Supper reproduction. Get to know the genius. Certified Paintings. Working inventions. Grab your free souvenir.
The only German museum in Rome, the Casa di Goethe hosts events and demonstrations in the footsteps of the famous artist during his trip to Italy.
Goethe House
18 Via del Corso
The only German museum in Rome, the Casa di Goethe hosts events and demonstrations in the footsteps of the famous artist during his trip to Italy.
assionate team of Chefs who offer authentic cooking classes in Rome and located in the heart of the city. For over four years, we provide cooking classes where we teach how to make real homemade Italian dishes from scratch. Our goal is to take you back to the old days, where the kitchen was everything - a place to discuss, share knowledge, tastes, and passions. We make our cooking classes for Italian cuisine lovers. We provide a unique opportunity to participate in hands-on cooking experiences and become an Italian chef for one day! My passionate chefs and I will be happy to share our cooking philosophy, traditional Italian techniques, special ingredients, and secret family recipes with you. At the end of each of our cooking classes, you will enjoy your creations at lunch and our favorite Italian wines.
Cooking Classes in Rome Food And Music
71 Via Margutta
assionate team of Chefs who offer authentic cooking classes in Rome and located in the heart of the city. For over four years, we provide cooking classes where we teach how to make real homemade Italian dishes from scratch. Our goal is to take you back to the old days, where the kitchen was everything - a place to discuss, share knowledge, tastes, and passions. We make our cooking classes for Italian cuisine lovers. We provide a unique opportunity to participate in hands-on cooking experiences and become an Italian chef for one day! My passionate chefs and I will be happy to share our cooking philosophy, traditional Italian techniques, special ingredients, and secret family recipes with you. At the end of each of our cooking classes, you will enjoy your creations at lunch and our favorite Italian wines.
Shopping
local market with prices slightly higher than average but with the convenience of having in front of the house
Mercato Rionale Flaminio I
60 Via Flaminia
local market with prices slightly higher than average but with the convenience of having in front of the house
If you are going to talk about shopping in Rome, there’s really no getting around Via del Corso. This massive boulevard, which runs from Piazza Venezia to Piazza del Popolo, is filled with stores from top to bottom. While the city center of Rome (thankfully) lacks any real shopping malls, Via del Corso is where you will find the highest concentration of stores near the historic sights. It is the equivalent of Rome’s high street – with major brands like Zara, H&M and Nike taking up serious real estate. However, even though there are superstores here, you can still find small family-run shops as well. I particularly like these little gems, like the Alfieri Leather store with artisan Made in Italy jackets (Via del Corso 2). Expect large bustling crowds which sometimes spill into the road itself when the sidewalk becomes overrun.
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Via del Corso
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If you are going to talk about shopping in Rome, there’s really no getting around Via del Corso. This massive boulevard, which runs from Piazza Venezia to Piazza del Popolo, is filled with stores from top to bottom. While the city center of Rome (thankfully) lacks any real shopping malls, Via del Corso is where you will find the highest concentration of stores near the historic sights. It is the equivalent of Rome’s high street – with major brands like Zara, H&M and Nike taking up serious real estate. However, even though there are superstores here, you can still find small family-run shops as well. I particularly like these little gems, like the Alfieri Leather store with artisan Made in Italy jackets (Via del Corso 2). Expect large bustling crowds which sometimes spill into the road itself when the sidewalk becomes overrun.
High end: Via Condotti Running perpendicular away from Via del Corso, Via Condotti leads directly to Piazza di Spagna. With the highest concentration of luxury brands, this is the elegant street to shop if money is no object. Browse at Bulgari, or set down some serious change at Gucci or Chanel. Or, simply join the crowds for a spot of window shopping and admire the always chic displays that line one of Rome’s most exclusive streets. For a small splurge, stop for coffee at the city’s oldest coffeehouse: Antico Caffe Greco (an institution now at risk of eviction thanks to the area’s high rent). As an added bonus, hang a left when you arrive at the Spanish Steps and continue the luxury shopping down Via Babuino.
Via Condotti
Via Via dei Condotti
High end: Via Condotti Running perpendicular away from Via del Corso, Via Condotti leads directly to Piazza di Spagna. With the highest concentration of luxury brands, this is the elegant street to shop if money is no object. Browse at Bulgari, or set down some serious change at Gucci or Chanel. Or, simply join the crowds for a spot of window shopping and admire the always chic displays that line one of Rome’s most exclusive streets. For a small splurge, stop for coffee at the city’s oldest coffeehouse: Antico Caffe Greco (an institution now at risk of eviction thanks to the area’s high rent). As an added bonus, hang a left when you arrive at the Spanish Steps and continue the luxury shopping down Via Babuino.
Funky boutiques: Via Urbana and Via del Boschetto Most of the streets above have major well known brands, I prefer Monti for more unique boutiques and one of a kind purchases. The best streets for shopping in this part of Rome are Via Urbana and Via del Boschetto, which run perpendicular to each other. Urbana has boutiques like my beloved lol, as well as vintage shops. On the weekend, you can also pop into Mercato Monti. Via del Boschetto, on the other hand, has great accessory stores and drool-worthy retro furniture shops.
Via del Boschetto
Funky boutiques: Via Urbana and Via del Boschetto Most of the streets above have major well known brands, I prefer Monti for more unique boutiques and one of a kind purchases. The best streets for shopping in this part of Rome are Via Urbana and Via del Boschetto, which run perpendicular to each other. Urbana has boutiques like my beloved lol, as well as vintage shops. On the weekend, you can also pop into Mercato Monti. Via del Boschetto, on the other hand, has great accessory stores and drool-worthy retro furniture shops.
Affordable smaller brands: Via dei Giubbonari Set between the Jewish Ghetto and Campo de’ Fiori, Via dei Giubbonari is lined with small shoe shops and affordable clothing boutiques. There are a few chains in the mix, but for the most part these are small businesses. I am still sad that my favorite shoe shop disappeared off this street, but there are a few others (like Angelo’s) to substitute for the loss of my go-to Made in Italy boot store.
Via dei Giubbonari
Affordable smaller brands: Via dei Giubbonari Set between the Jewish Ghetto and Campo de’ Fiori, Via dei Giubbonari is lined with small shoe shops and affordable clothing boutiques. There are a few chains in the mix, but for the most part these are small businesses. I am still sad that my favorite shoe shop disappeared off this street, but there are a few others (like Angelo’s) to substitute for the loss of my go-to Made in Italy boot store.
A Dolce Vita Melting Pot: Via dei Coronari Via dei Coronari is one of the most beautiful streets in Rome. I head here for ice cream at Gelateria del Teatro, but like to window shop along the way. I absolutely adore some of the small jewelry shops and artisan perfumery Essenzialmente Laura, but there are also a few shoe stores and luxury antique shops thrown in for a good mix of a real Roman shopping experience.
Via dei Coronari
A Dolce Vita Melting Pot: Via dei Coronari Via dei Coronari is one of the most beautiful streets in Rome. I head here for ice cream at Gelateria del Teatro, but like to window shop along the way. I absolutely adore some of the small jewelry shops and artisan perfumery Essenzialmente Laura, but there are also a few shoe stores and luxury antique shops thrown in for a good mix of a real Roman shopping experience.
A mix of old and new: Via del Governo Vecchio Located near Piazza Navona, I love walking down Via del Governo Vecchio. Not only does the street have some of my favorite wine bars in Rome (Cul du Sac and Il Piccolo), it is also packed with lovely shops. There are small boutiques that range from reasonable to splurge-worthy, and a good selection of vintage stores as well.
Via del Governo Vecchio
A mix of old and new: Via del Governo Vecchio Located near Piazza Navona, I love walking down Via del Governo Vecchio. Not only does the street have some of my favorite wine bars in Rome (Cul du Sac and Il Piccolo), it is also packed with lovely shops. There are small boutiques that range from reasonable to splurge-worthy, and a good selection of vintage stores as well.
Outlet Shopping in Rome The best shopping in Rome is in the city center, but if you are so inclined, you can also make the trip to shop at the Rome outlets. Just be warned that the Castel Romano Outlet Stores require dedication because you need to drive out there or take the shuttle which leaves from Via Marsala outside Termini Station at 10 am, 12:30 pm, and 3 pm and costs €13 for a return trip. If you are on an Italian bargain hunt it might be worth it – there are over 140 stores, including Burberry and Valentino, and they all offer steep discounts up to 70% off.
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Castel Romano Designer Outlet
64 Via del Ponte di Piscina Cupa
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Outlet Shopping in Rome The best shopping in Rome is in the city center, but if you are so inclined, you can also make the trip to shop at the Rome outlets. Just be warned that the Castel Romano Outlet Stores require dedication because you need to drive out there or take the shuttle which leaves from Via Marsala outside Termini Station at 10 am, 12:30 pm, and 3 pm and costs €13 for a return trip. If you are on an Italian bargain hunt it might be worth it – there are over 140 stores, including Burberry and Valentino, and they all offer steep discounts up to 70% off.
Good wine shop with a rich selection of wines
Antica Enoteca Beccaria
14 Via Cesare Beccaria
Good wine shop with a rich selection of wines
AS ROMA STORE The only Soccer Team of The Capital !
AS Roma Store
25 Via del Corso
AS ROMA STORE The only Soccer Team of The Capital !
Great Wine in aGreat Historic Wine Shop !!
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Enoteca Buccone
19/20 Via di Ripetta
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Great Wine in aGreat Historic Wine Shop !!
Street Food & Take Away
Sweet and savory Sicilian delicacies, sandwiches and pizza in a casual fast food restaurant with blackboards on the walls and high tables.
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Mondo arancina Flaminia
42 Via Flaminia
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Sweet and savory Sicilian delicacies, sandwiches and pizza in a casual fast food restaurant with blackboards on the walls and high tables.
Local that offers PUCCE a typical Apulian gastronomic product a mix of stuffed bread and pizza, sweet and savory
Pucceria
40 Via Flaminia
Local that offers PUCCE a typical Apulian gastronomic product a mix of stuffed bread and pizza, sweet and savory
One of the best take away pizzerias in the area, lots of tastes to try. We recommend the Pizza alla Amatriciana and the Pizza with Prosciutto and Stracciatella. ----> MUST TRY !!!
Alice Pizza
38 Via Flaminia
One of the best take away pizzerias in the area, lots of tastes to try. We recommend the Pizza alla Amatriciana and the Pizza with Prosciutto and Stracciatella. ----> MUST TRY !!!
Pizzeria Take away, excellent value for money
Pizza Rustica
24 Via Flaminia
Pizzeria Take away, excellent value for money
If You Want Good Kebab here is the right Place ..God Price for Value
Flaminio Istanbul Kebab
17 Via Flaminia
If You Want Good Kebab here is the right Place ..God Price for Value
Baguettes, salads and centrifuged at km 0 in a current location with an Italian-Parisian and New York tone.
My Bags
16 Via Giambattista Vico
Baguettes, salads and centrifuged at km 0 in a current location with an Italian-Parisian and New York tone.
Foreign Restaurants
Peruvian restaurant where Chicken is the king of the house, nice and friendly staff, prices slightly above average
Lima Chicken
34 Via Flaminia
Peruvian restaurant where Chicken is the king of the house, nice and friendly staff, prices slightly above average
Trendy place with good sushi and great tempura that alone is worth the whole dinner! The noodles are also very good. Some rolls are a bit too special for my tastes and I prefer simpler flavors (with less dips)! High prices, especially the specials of the day, but in line with several Japanese restaurants of the level. (Slightly high price)
Finger's Restaurant Rome
14 Via Francesco Carrara
Trendy place with good sushi and great tempura that alone is worth the whole dinner! The noodles are also very good. Some rolls are a bit too special for my tastes and I prefer simpler flavors (with less dips)! High prices, especially the specials of the day, but in line with several Japanese restaurants of the level. (Slightly high price)
Grocery
Grocery well stocked with coffee tea and a good selection of wines and sparkling wines . Products of excellent quality but slightly above average price
Castroni
28 Via Flaminia
Grocery well stocked with coffee tea and a good selection of wines and sparkling wines . Products of excellent quality but slightly above average price