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Rome’s beauties nearby

GONFALONE6 is the perfect starting point for your walking tours in the city centre; it is just a jump away from Via Giulia, historic sixteenth-century road surrounded by unique historical buildings.

Castle Saint Angelo
Castle Saint Angelo

At Lungotevere Castello and Ponte Vittorio Emanuele II, you find the impressive Castel Sant’Angelo. It was originally a mausoleum and looked very different from today, but Emperor Aurelian decided to convert it to castle during his reign. Later, in X...

Piazza Navona
Piazza Navona

It is one of the most popular places in Rome and one of the main nightlife hotspots for its bars, restaurants and its amusing atmosphere.

Campo dei fiori
Campo dei fiori

It is a square located between Via dei Giubbonari and Piazza della Cancelleria. Translated literally from Italian, Campo de’ Fiori means “field of flowers”: as a matter of fact, in XVth century it fell into such a state of disrepair that it looked li...

Basilica of Santa Maria in Trastevere
Basilica of Santa Maria in Trastevere

It overlooks the same-named square, core of one of the most peculiar districts of the city, essence of Trastevere nightlife. In 1450, the architect Bernardo Rossellino was commissioned to restore it by Pope Nicholas V and in 1702 Carlo Fontana resto...

Via Giulia
Via Giulia

This street was designed by Pope Julius II – who gave it the name -, but only partially realised, to open a new way in the heart of Rome. It runs from Ponte Sisto to the church of San Giovanni dei Fiorentini, following the path of the Tiber. Ponte Si...

Coliseum
Coliseum

Coliseum is in flat area between the Palatine, Caelian and Oppian Hills. Its construction began under the emperor Vespasian, but it was completed under his son Titus in AD 80. Inside, there were gladiator contests, battles against wild animals and ex...