XX Settembre

3 out of 5 stars3 Stars

Via del Macao 6, Rome, Lazio, 185, Italy
XX Settembre
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Not only for those who read Angels & Demons book

by abarbieri

The church of Santa Maria della Vittoria holds one of Bernini's most famous works: The Ecstasy of St.Teresa in the Cornaro chapel(the fourth on the left).
This Art Gem is more visited now because it is mentioned in the Angels & Demons book by Dan Brown.
Located on Via XX Settembre 17, not far from Piazza della Repubblica and Via Veneto, can be visited from 8.30 till 11am and from 3.30 till 6pm but I suggest to call ahead and check.

One of the 7 hills of Rome

by stiab3

The Quirinal Hill is one of the seven hills, at the north-east of ancient Rome. It is also the name of the official residence of the Italian Head of State, who resides in the Quirinal Palace.

Today the Palazzo hosts the offices and the apartments of the Head of State, and in its long side along via XX Settembre (the so-called Manica Lunga), the apartments that were appositely arranged, decorated and furnished for each visit of foreign monarchs or equivalent authorities.

Quattro Fontane

by Cristian_Uluru

The crossroad among Via Quirinale/Via XX Settembre and Via Quattro Fontane was made by Pope Sistus V.
On the corner of the crossroad there are four wonderful fountains, built among 1588 and 1593, showing the Tiber River (the symbo of Rome), the Arno River (the symbol of Florence), Juno (symbol of fortitude) and Diana (symbol of faithfulness). The first three fountains were built by Domenico Fontana, instead Juno was made by Pietro da Cortona.

Four Foutains

by Paisleypaul

I have put this as 'off the beaten path' just because I am surprised at how quiet the locale is (for pedestrian traffic anyway!) - it is hardly out of the way or one where you will get lost.

The Via Quattro Fontane is off Via Nazionale, near the Piazza della Republicca end, and the Quattro Fontane are at its intesection with Via XX Settembre - just up from Palazzo Barberini.

An interesting and unexpected crossroads, not unlike the Quattro Canti / Four Corners in Palermo, just that they do not significantly divide Rome up into districts the way the corners do.

Take a look !

Rome Tip

by oblue

In Trieste, people love food and going out at night, especially in the summer and during the weekend!!! I've been told that that's why beside the traditional restaurants a number of original, 'different' places have opened in recent years, offering a stimulating variety of specialities at all times, even when it would seem too late for dinner. In the old cafès, restored and popular as ever, you won't just have your afternoon tea: a cafè is the perfect place for a pleasant evening with friends or an occasion to meet new people!!! Caffè San Marco is a favourite haunt of students and chess players. The oldest cafè of all, Tommaseo has recently opened a restaurant and welcomes guests after the theatre, offering live music. A renovated Caffè degli Specchi has just opened in Piazza dell'Unità (it's also a restaurant). But if you're looking for live music, you can choose between hip hop, in Viale Ippodromo, offering a progrmme of national and international artists, and another traditional night haunt, the Macaki, in Viale XX Settembre (rock, jazz, blues...);DJs animate soirèes at the Caffè della Musica, at the Caffetteria del Borgo and at the Round Midnight. Several 'birrerie' are open late at night. Bennigan's Pub 1902, on the waterfront, where you can also sit outside, and the Old London Pub, where you can also dine. If you prefer German tradition to Irish or English atmosphere and beers, the place will be the Augustiner Stube. Out of town, Bowling Duino, a pleasant restaurant surrounded by a lovely garden, also stays open late. As to Discos, in the very centre of town, near Piazza Unità, you will find the Mandracchio. Just out of town, in Bsrcola, the Machiavelli is a very popular disco. If you like the idea of dancing on the beach (cool!!!), that's just what the Cantera Cafè disco bar in Sistiana Mare can offer, it's open every evening, Sundays included.

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Vittoriano - King Victor Emmanuel IIVittoriano - King Victor Emmanuel II

Roman ForumRoman Forum

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Via Flavia

by 1mariatravel

Does anyone know this area. Is it a nice location and near to everything and would you recommend an apartment there.

Thanks

Re: Via Flavia

by duine_uasal

It is a good area - just a fair walking distance from the Main Station (Termini). Hotels in the Station vicinity can be sleazy. In the Flavia area is Santa Maria degli Angeli - a very ancient Church with sub terranean builidng going cack to before Christianity, SantaSusanna American Nationa Church and a nice walk straight down the Via XX Settembre will take you to the Quirinal Palace, the Capitol, the Forum and the Colosseum.

You would also be near the fashiobale (and expensive)Via Veneto and beautiful Borghese Gardens.

cheap restaurant to eat

by isabel_riodejaneiro

Hi. My family an I are going to Rome in the begining of August for 5 days. We are going to stay in a hotel at the V. XX Settembre and Via Barberini. I would like to know where we could eat for reasonable prices nearby, as we do not have much money but would like to have good italian food! Thanks.

RE: cheap restaurant to eat

by Barkay

Hi,
Hundreds of caffees around (trattorias, osterias...)
10-15 Eur per person per dinner or supper.
The most cheap is a tourist menu (menu turistico)in some caffees.

RE: RE: cheap restaurant to eat

by isabel_riodejaneiro

Thanks, Barkay, for your tips. So, we can eat around the hotel for good price. Enjoy it very much.

Travel by train from the Airport to San Pietro Station

by gdidde

Can anyone give me some details on traveling by train from the Airport to the San Pietro Station. I know that we have to change trains at Trastavere.
Cost? Time? Do we buy 1 ticket or 2?
Any information appreciated.
W will be staying at Residenza Madre Pie if anyone has been there

RE: Travel by train from the Airport to San Pietro Station

by ludogatto

5 mineutes ago I was on the web for the same problem.......from fiumicino there are a private train ( of Alitalia Airlines) that go to Stazione Termini and there u have to take the metro ( subway) to reach the point u want ( u can ask to the train station in Fiunicino too.....or u can take the Ostiense line....it's a little train that arrive to Ostiense station and outside the station on the other side of the square there is the matro station that can take u near vaticano.....in Rome htere are only two line and I don't know if there are a station there.....try to Areoporti di Roma web site, they have a special link for the train from Fiumicino to rome or the Alitalia Web site.

RE: Travel by train from the Airport to San Pietro Station

by gmg61

From Fiumicino take the MM1 (Ferrovia regionale 1) and change in Trastevere. There you'll find a connection with the MM5 (Ferrovia regionale 5). Take the train direction Civitavecchia and the first stop is San Pietro.

At Fiunicino Station just buy a ticket to San Pietro. The time should be around half an hour.

Greetings

G.

RE: RE: Travel by train from the Airport to San Pietro Station

by ludogatto

Can u help me, too? I have to go from the Airport to Via XX settembre, to India Ambassy to da a Visa......what train I have to take? and where I have to change......grazie Simona

RE: RE: Travel by train from the Airport to San Pietro Station

by gmg61

Simona, prendi il Leonardo Express fino a Termini e da lì sono dieci minuti a piedi fino a via XX settembre!

Saluti

G.

RE: RE: Travel by train from the Airport to San Pietro Station

by gdidde

Thank you

That is helpful

RE: RE: Travel by train from the Airport to San Pietro Station

by ludogatto

Grazie mille
ciao Simona

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Address: Via del Macao 6, Rome, Lazio, 185, Italy