Belle Arti/2166

Piazzale delle Belle Arti - Flaminio-Parioli - Rome

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Elegant 3 bedroom apartment situated on 2 levels in the Flaminio district, the new cultural center of the city of Rome. The apartment is located in a prestigious building just a short walk from the Tiber and the Parioli districts, Villa Borghese, and Piazza del Popolo.

This gorgeous 230 classic style apartment is spread on two floors: the upper floor comprises a spacious living room overlooking the inner garden of the building and elegantly furnished with couches, armchairs and a crystal table for 6 people. A spiral staircase leads to a mezzanine which can be used as a study or to accommodate a person since it is fitted with a French size sofa bed (140 cm).
The kitchen is large and equipped with all necessities, including dishwasher and coffee machine, while a small contiguous room can be used as laundry area. The first bathroom with tub is located on this floor.

The sleeping area is located on the lower floor and includes two double bedrooms with a double bed each and a single bedroom. One of the two double bedrooms has an en-suite bathroom with a circular tub, while the third bathroom is located at the end of the corridor between the other two bedrooms and it is fitted with a shower stall.

Since the apartment overlooks the inner garden of the building, this property is very quiet.

The whole apartment has an air conditioning system.

In the area, there are both paid parking spots (blue lines) and free parking (white lines).

Public transportation
- Piazza del Popolo (by way of Via Flaminia or Lungotevere Flaminio): 1.1 km (13/15 minutes on foot)
- Vatican (by way of Viale delle Milizie): 2.9 km (37 minutes on foot)
- Auditorium Parco della Musica (by way of Viale Tiziano): 1.6 km (20 minutes on foot)
- MAXXI: 1.4 km (17 minutes on foot)
- Metro line A: Flaminio metro stop, 900 m (11 minutes on foot)

**A city tourist tax will be applied. Cost per person per night: 3,50€, for maximum 10 nights.


The apartment is located in the Flaminio district, in a strategic position north of the historic city center, a short walk from Piazza del Popolo, Villa Borghese, and many museums. Crossing the river you can reach the Prati district, full of shops. Piazzale delle Belle Arti is a crossroads that connects Viale delle Belle Arti with Ponte Risorgimento and the Lungotevere delle Navi with Lungotevere Flaminio. The name of the square has its origins in the Universal Exposition of Rome, which was held in 1911 to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the unification of Italy.

The Flaminio area is one of the 15 districts of Rome born in 1911 and owes its name to the Via Flaminia, which crosses it. The district rises on the left bank of the Tiber, expanding between Piazza del Popolo and Ponte Milvio. With the International Exhibition of 1911, the area is recognized for its prevailing cultural, sporting, and leisure character; in this area the Hippodrome of the Parioli, the National Stadium, the different venues of Valle Giulia, the National Gallery of Modern Art and the foreign pavilions are located.

With the Olympic Games in Rome in 1960, the Olympic Village, the Palazzetto dello Sport, and the Flaminio Stadium were built.

More recent and unmissable is the Auditorium Parco della Musica, intended for performances and concerts, which can hold 3,000 spectators. Designed by Renzo Piano, it is a multifunctional complex featuring 3 harmonic speakers that seem to fly over a sea of vegetation. There are also several spaces for commercial, recreational, study, and exhibition activities. Also worthy of note is the MAXXI, contemporary art gallery designed by Zaha Hadid, which houses permanent collections, exhibitions, a café and bookshop.

The neighborhood is full of places to visit, such as Villa Borghese with its many attractions inside, the Tempietto di Esculapio, the Casina delle Rose with the Casa del Cinema, the Bioparco or the Globe Theater.

Finally, the future Città della Scienza will be housed in the former Caserma Guido Reni.

Public transportation

Various bus lines directed to the most important areas of the city stop along the Tiber. The tram number 2 leads to Piazza del Popolo and to the Flaminio stop of metro line A.

Booking conditions

  • Inclusions Final cleaning
    Initial cleaning
    Utilities (electricity, water, gas)
  • Available methods of payment: PayPal
    Wire transfer
    Credit Card
  • Check-in time: 15:00 - 19:00
  • Check-out time: 09:00 - 12:00
  • Cancellation Policy The full down-payment will be retained.


  • 4.9/5 We were totally surprised by how wonderful this appartment was. Very elegant, comfortable and in a perfect location. Everything we needed as a family of 6 plus grandmother was there, including laundry. I would highly recommend this appartment. The Halldis representative was also very helpful and knowledgable. He made himself available via cell phone if we needed any help, and knew the City well. The appartment was a really nice place to return to after long days of walking the City tours. A+++


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