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Danilo & Umberta
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The discrict Pigneto

The strategic position between Via Prenestina and Via Casilina allows you to easily reach every part of the city: you have access to all public transports such as underground, buses and trams. The area also benefits from variety of supermarkets, pharmacies and shops.
Pigneto is one of Rome’s most characteristic district of the capital: especially in the past few years has developed a lot into a very alive area, both artistically and culturally. Pasolini, ’50s Italian film director, writer and poet, chose it as his first movie’s ,“Accattone”, location. Within the years, the district has become focal point of city’s nightlife, offering a variety of restaurants, bars, cocktail bars and pubs.
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Pigneto
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Pigneto is one of Rome’s most characteristic district of the capital: especially in the past few years has developed a lot into a very alive area, both artistically and culturally. Pasolini, ’50s Italian film director, writer and poet, chose it as his first movie’s ,“Accattone”, location. Within the years, the district has become focal point of city’s nightlife, offering a variety of restaurants, bars, cocktail bars and pubs.

Gastronomy at Pigneto❕

Take a stroll around this unusual neighborhood and grab a drink in one of its many trendy bars. Whether it's a great beer, a well-made cocktail or a glass of wine, the Pigneto nightlife offers a number of eclectic clubs to choose from.
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Necci dal 1924
68 Via Fanfulla da Lodi
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KRAM Pigneto
26 Via Gentile da Mogliano
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Spirito
53 Via Fanfulla da Lodi
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La Santeria di Mare
209 Via del Pigneto
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Burro Cream&Coffee
79 Circonvallazione Casilina
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Cocktails & Social CO.SO.
80 Via Braccio da Montone
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Vitaminas 24
40 Via Ascoli Piceno
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Premiata panineria
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Rosti al Pigneto
65 Via Bartolomeo d'Alviano
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SUSHI SOCIETY ™
103 Via Braccio da Montone
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Bottiglieria Pigneto
106/a Via del Pigneto
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Ristorante Va.Do.
56 Via Braccio da Montone
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Dalodi
72/A Via Fanfulla da Lodi
SO2 Distribuzione ed Enoteca (Vini Naturali)
62a Via Ettore Giovenale
Fattori
55 Piazza dei Condottieri
Scomodo Food & Music
200 Via Casilina
Officina Burger 'n' Beer
178 Via Prenestina
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Osteria Qui Se Magna!
307a Via del Pigneto
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The British Corner
112 Via del Pigneto
Ellington Club
15 Via Anassimandro
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Dolci E Fantasia Srl
1 Via Pausania
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Dar Parucca
89 Via Macerata
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Beyond the Pigneto…

Consider Pigneto as a small village inserted in a chaotic reality such as Rome can be. Also consider it as a strategic point from which to visit the Eternal city.
Symbol of Rome included among the new wonders in the world in 2007, as well as in the UNESCO World Heritage Site, it is the largest amphitheater in the world. Visiting it will make you breathe its 2,000 years of history and take you back to the era of the gladiators.
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Colosseo
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Symbol of Rome included among the new wonders in the world in 2007, as well as in the UNESCO World Heritage Site, it is the largest amphitheater in the world. Visiting it will make you breathe its 2,000 years of history and take you back to the era of the gladiators.
Rome hosts a series of monumental squares built between 46 BC and 113 BC; are located a few steps from the Colosseum. They are considered the center of the political activity of ancient Rome.
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Fori Imperiali
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Rome hosts a series of monumental squares built between 46 BC and 113 BC; are located a few steps from the Colosseum. They are considered the center of the political activity of ancient Rome.
It has a great symbolic value, is architecturally and artistically focused on the Risorgimento: it is considered one of the italian patriotic symbols. It connects ancient Rome with modern Rome thanks to roads that branch off radially.
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Monumento a Vittoria Emanuele Ⅱ
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It has a great symbolic value, is architecturally and artistically focused on the Risorgimento: it is considered one of the italian patriotic symbols. It connects ancient Rome with modern Rome thanks to roads that branch off radially.
Once the site of games and horse races, as well as the place where the legendary rape of the Sabine women took place, today it is mostly used for large events, such as concerts and events.
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Circus Maximus
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Once the site of games and horse races, as well as the place where the legendary rape of the Sabine women took place, today it is mostly used for large events, such as concerts and events.
Built between 212 and 217 BC, they have not undergone modern interventions, so they are fairly well preserved. In summer it is also possible to attend operas and concerts.
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Baths of Caracalla
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Built between 212 and 217 BC, they have not undergone modern interventions, so they are fairly well preserved. In summer it is also possible to attend operas and concerts.
It is the largest in Rome. Set of " La dolce vita " by Fellini, it is said that throwing a coin from behind in this fountain will bring you back to Rome, why not try it?
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Trevi Fountain
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It is the largest in Rome. Set of " La dolce vita " by Fellini, it is said that throwing a coin from behind in this fountain will bring you back to Rome, why not try it?
It is the shopping street together with via del Corso, via Frattina, via Borgognona and via del Babuino. There are many brands that have chosen the streets of the Trident to create their stores. Via Condotti will take you directly to the Spanish Steps.
Via Condotti
201 Via Alberto Lionello
It is the shopping street together with via del Corso, via Frattina, via Borgognona and via del Babuino. There are many brands that have chosen the streets of the Trident to create their stores. Via Condotti will take you directly to the Spanish Steps.
The stairs of the square, built at the beginning of the 18th century to connect the square with the Church of the Trinità dei Monti, are the most characteristic element of Piazza di Spagna. The fountain that occupies the center of the square was designed by Pietro Bernini for Pope Urban III, has the shape of a boat and we find engraved the emblems of the Bernini family: suns and bees.
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Piazza di Spagna
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The stairs of the square, built at the beginning of the 18th century to connect the square with the Church of the Trinità dei Monti, are the most characteristic element of Piazza di Spagna. The fountain that occupies the center of the square was designed by Pietro Bernini for Pope Urban III, has the shape of a boat and we find engraved the emblems of the Bernini family: suns and bees.
It is one of the largest urban parks in Europe. It is the perfect union between nature and art within the gardens. In the park you can see buildings, sculptures, monuments and fountains by famous architects and artists: visit the beautiful Gallery or admire the Biopark with 200 different species for a total of about 1000 animals!
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Villa Borghese
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It is one of the largest urban parks in Europe. It is the perfect union between nature and art within the gardens. In the park you can see buildings, sculptures, monuments and fountains by famous architects and artists: visit the beautiful Gallery or admire the Biopark with 200 different species for a total of about 1000 animals!
It constitutes the grandest access to the heart of Rome. At the center of the square stands the Flaminian Obelisk, 25 meters high and the oldest in Rome. Over the years has undergone many changes, and the one you see today is the result of the work of the various popes who have followed, which ended with thee churches looking out onto the square: Santa Maria del Popolo and the twin churches on the south side, called Santa Maria dei Miracoli and Santa Maria in Montesanto.
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Piazza del Popolo
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It constitutes the grandest access to the heart of Rome. At the center of the square stands the Flaminian Obelisk, 25 meters high and the oldest in Rome. Over the years has undergone many changes, and the one you see today is the result of the work of the various popes who have followed, which ended with thee churches looking out onto the square: Santa Maria del Popolo and the twin churches on the south side, called Santa Maria dei Miracoli and Santa Maria in Montesanto.
Temple of all gods, it was built by Agrippa in 27 BC and later it was destroyed by the emperor Hadrian in 120 AD. Inside it is possible to admire the pipe organ by Giovanni Tamburini and visit the tombs of the kings of Italy and of other famous personalities and artists, such as Raffaello.
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Pantheon
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Temple of all gods, it was built by Agrippa in 27 BC and later it was destroyed by the emperor Hadrian in 120 AD. Inside it is possible to admire the pipe organ by Giovanni Tamburini and visit the tombs of the kings of Italy and of other famous personalities and artists, such as Raffaello.
It is the most beautiful baroque square in Rome. In the center of Piazza Navona is the Fountain of the Four Rivers, designed by Bernini in 1651. The four statues of the fountain represent the most important rivers of the time: the Nile, the Danube, the Ganges and the Río de la Plata.
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Piazza Navona
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It is the most beautiful baroque square in Rome. In the center of Piazza Navona is the Fountain of the Four Rivers, designed by Bernini in 1651. The four statues of the fountain represent the most important rivers of the time: the Nile, the Danube, the Ganges and the Río de la Plata.
It was built in 1456 by order of Pope Calisto III in the place where a field of flowers used to be, as its name indicates. It is one of the most famous points of the capital: every morning, from Monday to Saturday, there is a food market, flowers and other products. In the evening, however, it turns into a perfect dinner area in one of the outdoor venues.
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Campo de' Fiori
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It was built in 1456 by order of Pope Calisto III in the place where a field of flowers used to be, as its name indicates. It is one of the most famous points of the capital: every morning, from Monday to Saturday, there is a food market, flowers and other products. In the evening, however, it turns into a perfect dinner area in one of the outdoor venues.
During the Middle Ages it left its tomb function to become a fortification to defend the city. It is famous for being connected to the Vatican via a fortified corridor, the passetto, which allowed several popes to take refuge within its walls in difficult times.
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Castel Sant'Angelo
50 Lungotevere Castello
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During the Middle Ages it left its tomb function to become a fortification to defend the city. It is famous for being connected to the Vatican via a fortified corridor, the passetto, which allowed several popes to take refuge within its walls in difficult times.
With its 320 meters in length and 240 meters in width, it has come to welcome more than 300,000 people. The square was built, by order of Pope Alexander VII, between 1656 and 1667, based on a project by Bernini. The most suggestive way to reach St. Peter's Square is to take Via della Conciliazione, a long road that starts from Castel Sant’Angelo.
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Petersplatsen
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With its 320 meters in length and 240 meters in width, it has come to welcome more than 300,000 people. The square was built, by order of Pope Alexander VII, between 1656 and 1667, based on a project by Bernini. The most suggestive way to reach St. Peter's Square is to take Via della Conciliazione, a long road that starts from Castel Sant’Angelo.
It is one of the oldest bridges in Rome which rises above the Tiber river and which gives access to the northern area of ​​the city. In the nearby restaurants you can taste the typical Roman cuisine and then take a romantic walk on the bridge.
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Milvio Bridge
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It is one of the oldest bridges in Rome which rises above the Tiber river and which gives access to the northern area of ​​the city. In the nearby restaurants you can taste the typical Roman cuisine and then take a romantic walk on the bridge.
It is a young and trendy neighborhood where classic meets chic. Start from Piazza della Madonna dei Monti, the heart of the district for its beauty and liveliness, continue on Via Panisperna, stroll along Via Urbana, full of restaurants, shops and bars, enjoy an ice cream in Piazza degli Zingari and walk along via del Boschetto in search of antiques and vintage pieces. To complete your experience, stroll the streets at night, where peaceful corners and others full of life follow one another making Monti truly magical.
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Monti
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It is a young and trendy neighborhood where classic meets chic. Start from Piazza della Madonna dei Monti, the heart of the district for its beauty and liveliness, continue on Via Panisperna, stroll along Via Urbana, full of restaurants, shops and bars, enjoy an ice cream in Piazza degli Zingari and walk along via del Boschetto in search of antiques and vintage pieces. To complete your experience, stroll the streets at night, where peaceful corners and others full of life follow one another making Monti truly magical.
Divided by the Tiber river, these two districts are the heart of Rome: a walk through the cobblestone streets will make you discover the beauty of the alleys that recall the historicity of the capital, and on the way you can stop in one of the bars and restaurants for a lunch or a dinner with traditional dishes. Furthermore, from June to August, the banks of the Tiber river come alive with nightlife with restaurants, stalls and shows.
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Trastevere
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Divided by the Tiber river, these two districts are the heart of Rome: a walk through the cobblestone streets will make you discover the beauty of the alleys that recall the historicity of the capital, and on the way you can stop in one of the bars and restaurants for a lunch or a dinner with traditional dishes. Furthermore, from June to August, the banks of the Tiber river come alive with nightlife with restaurants, stalls and shows.
It is the reincarnation of the multicultural spirit of the city: Piazza Vittorio Emanuele II is the largest in Rome and here you can best notice the multi-ethnic spirit of the neighborhood, well connected to all corners of the city, being also very close to Termini station. A must visit is the historic G. Fassi ice cream shop, in the Palazzo del Freddo.
Piazza Vittorio Emanuele II
1 Piazza Vittorio Emanuele II
It is the reincarnation of the multicultural spirit of the city: Piazza Vittorio Emanuele II is the largest in Rome and here you can best notice the multi-ethnic spirit of the neighborhood, well connected to all corners of the city, being also very close to Termini station. A must visit is the historic G. Fassi ice cream shop, in the Palazzo del Freddo.

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How to get to the structure? 📍 FROM FIUMICINO AIRPORT

(about 1 hour) •Train towards "Fara Sabina", "Poggio Mirteto" or "Orte" for 9 stops, until "Roma Tuscolana" stop. Find the bus stop "Monselice / Stazione Tuscolana" and take bus 412 towards "Olevano Romano" for 6 stops until you reach the "Prenestina/ Giovenale" stop. Walk for about 5 minutes (400mt) •Train towards "Roma Termini" station or BY TERRAVISION DIRECT BUS: You will reach the "Roma Termini" station, from where you can take tram n. 5 or n. 14 for 9 stops and reach the "Prenestina / Giovenale" stop. Walk for about 5 minutes (400mt)
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How to get to the structure? 📍 FROM CIAMPINO AIRPORT

(about 55 minutes) Take bus 520 towards "Cinecittà" for 9 stops, until "Tuscolana/Cinecittà" stop Take METRO A towards "Battistini" for 11 stops until you reach "San Giovanni " stop Take the METRO C towards "Pantano" for 2 stops until you reach "Pigneto" stop. Walk for about 5 minutes (350mt)
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How to get to the structure? 📍 FROM TIBURTINA STATION

(about 30 minutes) METRO: Take the METRO B direction "Laurentina" for 4 stops, until you reach "Termini" stop. Take the METRO A towards "Anagnina" for 3 stops until you reach "San Giovanni" stop. Take the METRO C towards "Pantano" for 2 stops until you reach "Pigneto" stop. Walk for about 5 minutes (350mt) BUS 545: take the direction "S. Luca Evangelista" for 16 stops until you reach the "S. Luca Evangelista" stop. Walk for about 9 minutes (650mt)
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How to get to the structure? 📍 FROM TERMINI STATION

(about 25 minutes) TRAM 5 or TRAM14: for 9 stops until reaching "Prenestina/Giovenale" stop. Walk for about 5 minutes (400mt) METRO: take METRO A towards "Anagnina" for 3 stops until you reach "San Giovanni" stop. Take the METRO C towards "Pantano" for 2 stops until you reach "Pigneto" stop. Walk for about 5 minutes (350mt)