Located in the historic center of Rome, Porta Pia, the San Michele is well connected with the main places of historical, artistic, cultural and entertainment of the city. From the green of Villa Borghese to the film atmospheres of Via Veneto (celebrated by Fellini in “La Dolce Vita”), to Piazza di Spagna, Piazza Navona and the famous Fontana di Trevi.

And this is only the beginning. There is so much to discover in Rome, such as:

The Colosseum
Saint Peter and the treasures of the Vatican Museums
The nightlife of Trastevere
The evocative dome of the Pantheon
Piazza Venezia and the Altare alla Patria

Villa Borghese. In addition to the extraordinary collection of works by Canova, Caravaggio and Raffaello exhibited at the Galleria Borghese, this large green space is distinguished by the presence of numerous other attractions such as the Bioparco, the beautiful lake garden with the Temple of Aesculapius, the water clock del Pincio and the Museo Nazionale Etrusco.

Via Veneto. Walking along this road will immediately bring you back to the atmosphere of the ’50s, dear to Federico Fellini or’ La Dolce Vita ‘. Take the opportunity to stop in one of its historic cafes, let yourself be tempted by one of its restaurants and admire the beautiful buildings, now used as luxury hotels.

Piazza di Spagna. One of the salons of Rome, during the summer, home to fashion shows and television programs, during the rest of the year one of the classic meeting places at the foot of the splendid staircase of the Trinità dei Monti. In front of the square opens Via dei Condotti, the center of the Capitoline shopping with high fashion boutiques of the most famous world brands.

Piazza Navona. The irresistible charm of this square increases during the Christmas period, when flea markets and banquets flock and some snowflakes whiten it; Piazza Navona is the absolute celebration of the Baroque style, that from the profiles of the Church of Sant’Agnese in Agone, to the Fontana dei Quattro Fiumi, to the frescoes of Palazzo Pamphili, permeates every corner of this oval space, used as a stadium in ancient Rome of Domitian.

If you walk along Via 20 Settembre, reaching the hill of the Quirinale, seat of the Presidency of the Republic, you will admire the oval plan of the Church of Sant’Andrea al Quirinale, designed by Gian Lorenzo Bernini, one of the most elegant examples of Baroque. Not far away, Piazza Barberini and the splendid Fontana del Tritone, always the work of the genius of Bernini; continuing along the beautiful Via delle Quattro Fontane, the famous Fontana di Trevi appears, one of the most popular tourist destinations in Rome. Do not forget to throw a coin into its waters if you want to ensure your return to the Eternal City!