Modern apartment of 150 sqm renovated in the Parioli district 300 meters from Villa Borghese and less than a kilometer from via Veneto. The location allows to walk to the main museums and tourist sites of Rome such as: Borghese Museum, Macro Museum of Contemporary Art, Modern Art Gallery, Bioparco, Etruscan Museum of Valle Giulia and only 3 minutes walk you can take the tram that leads to Piazza Risorgimento, 100 meters from the Vatican Museums and Piazza San Pietro.
The Parioli district founded its fortune by addressing a substantially large population, becoming in fact one of the most exclusive neighborhoods in Rome.
In the second post - war period the district reached the apex of fame: film, theater, industry, high finance and diplomacy people had their rich homes or neighborhood homes. In the sixties / seventies, having an aperitif at the Hungaria bar in Hungary Square, the Euclid bar at Euclid Square or Aphrodite at Piazza Verdi was much more chic than taking it from Doney in via Veneto. The Parioli district is near the city center and is well connected and comfortably with it. Since the destination of this district has always been home to a higher class, it has always given great importance to greenery and now it turns out that Parioli is one of the greener neighborhoods in Rome, if not the greenest. In fact, in its territory insist on the Parco della Rimembranza, the water park Acetosa where they were created part of the sports facilities of the Olympics of 1960, the old pigeon shooting under the piazza of the Muse and part of the neighboring park of Villa Ada, naturally Villa Borghese, the largest park in Rome extending to the Pincio terrace and the Trinità dei Monti staircase, easily accessible from our home.
At the foot of the hilltop of the Rimembranza Park, on the area of the old racecourse of Villa Glori, stands the Auditorium of Rome, while at the confines of Villa Ada, the Mosque was built years ago.