Stay in the heart of Rome

Gonfalone6 Palace is located in the center of Rome, at Via del Gonfalone 6.
The term “gonfalone” means “flag” or “banner” and refers to the fact that in the 14th century, in its processions, the Confraternity of the Gonfalone used to raise the flag of the Pope (at that time in Avignon) to reaffirm its sovereignty over Rome.
Opposite we find the Oratory of the Gonfalone, built in 1544 and initially dedicated to Ss. Peter and Paul is entrusted precisely to the aforementioned Confraternity of the Gonfalone, the interior houses precious paintings depicting the “Stories of the Passion of Christ”; We recommend our guests to visit it, if they have the opportunity, during their stay.
The oratory since 1960 has been home to the Roman Polyphonic Choir, which holds periodic concerts there with orchestras and live music open to all with tickets available directly at the Oratory office.

Within walking distance of us.

Parking Via Giulia
Field of flowers (8 minutes)
Castel Sant'Angelo (8 minutes)
Piazza Navona (10 minutes)
Largo di Torre Argentina (10 minutes)
Piazza di Santa Maria in Trastevere (14 minutes)
Venice Palace (15 minutes)
Imperial Forums (20 minutes)
Trevi Fountain (20 minutes)
Vatican Museums (24 minutes)
Circus Maximus (25 minutes)
Palatine Hill (27 minutes)
Colosseum (30 minutes)
Domus Aurea (35 minutes)

Gonfalone6 Palace is an extraordinary starting point for walking tours in the heart of the city of Rome; it is just a short walk from Via Giulia, a historic 16th-century street that offers a unique set of palaces.
A pleasant 10-minute walk across the historic Vittorio Emanuele II Bridge takes you to Vatican City and then to St. Peter’s Basilica.
The property is also a few minutes’ walk from Campo de’ Fiori, which hosts a fabulous fruit and vegetable market every morning. Next to Campo de’ Fiori we find Piazza F arnese and Palazzo Farnese (French Embassy).
On the other side of Corso Vittorio Emanuele II, a picturesque walk takes you to Piazza Navona, Pantheon, Trevi Fountain and Spanish Steps, a wonderful area that is also ideal for shopping.
Walking the entire length of Via Giulia, one finds oneself in front of the exclusively pedestrian Sisto Bridge, crossing it one reaches Trastevere, full of small squares narrow streets and alleys that still retain the character of a popular Roman neighborhood thanks in part to the abundant presence of typical trattorias and historic establishments.

  • Campo de’ Fiori – 8 minutes
  • Castel Sant’Angelo – 8 minutes

  • Piazza Navona – 10 minutes
  • Largo di Torre Argentina – 10 minutes

  • Piazza di Santa Maria in Trastevere – 14 minutes

  • Venice Palace – 15 minutes

  • Imperial Forums – 20 minutes

  • Trevi Fountain – 20 minutes

  • Vatican Museums – 24 minutes

  • Circus Maximus – 25 minutes

  • Palatine Hill – 27 minutes

  • Colosseum – 30 minutes

  • Domus Aurea – 35 minutes