ATTRACTIONS

Staying in the luxury suites of the Piccolo Mondo is like carving out a corner of paradise in the centre of Rome, not far from some of the most beautiful places in the city: Villa Borghese, with its splendid buildings and sumptuous gardens; Piazza Barberini, emblem of Papal Rome; Piazza della Repubblica, where the splendour of the Roman Empire is mixed with the genius of Michelangelo and the splendour of Baroque and Neoclassical art.

VILLA BORGHESE: A GREEN PEARL IN THE HEART OF ROME

With a size of about 80 hectares, the park of Villa Borghese is one of the largest green areas in Rome. Located close to the Salario and Pinciano districts, in the area flanked by the Aurelian Walls that connect Porta Pinciana to Piazzale Flaminio, this immense beating heart in the centre of Rome is accessible from nine points.

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PIAZZA BARBERINI: ART, CULTURE AND HISTORY IN THE “DOLCE VITA” DISTRICT

In the historical centre of Rome, at the crossroads of Via Vittorio Veneto, Via Sistina and Via del Tritone, there is the square that houses the famous fountain of the Triton, designed by Gian Lorenzo Bernini between 1642 and 1643.

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PIAZZA DELLA REPUBBLICA: THE BATHS OF DIOCLETIAN AND THE WORK OF MICHELANGELO

Located a short distance from Termini Station, Piazza della Repubblica is one of the most beautiful places in Rome. Known until the second post-war period as Piazza dell’Esedra, owes its ancient name to the imposing semicircular area that in imperial times delimited access to the Baths of Diocletian.

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