Borghi Pio e Vittorio (Trianon Borgo Pio Residence), Rome

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Borghi Pio e Vittorio (Trianon Borgo Pio Residence), Rome

While the Borghi like S.Spirito, Vecchio, Nuovo, Sant'Angelo were created spontaneously according to the historical development as a natural approach to St Peter's, Borgo Pio and Borgo Vittorio are the products of Renaissance town-planning.

Borgo Pio takes its name from Pius IV (Pio) who begun its construction in 1561 and was completed by Gregory XIII with the special taxes on prostitution which was always accompanying arrangement of new town districts.

Borgo Vittorio was called in the beginning as Borgo Angelico again after Angelo Medici (Pius IV). But in the end it took the name Vittorio to celebrate the pope's victory of 1571 in the city of Lepanto.

The Residence, belonging to the Trianon Group, is situated in the rione Borgo Pio in the San Pietro’s area of Rome, at the gates of the Vatican and at a few footsteps from the shopping streets of the fashionable area of Rome.

Borghi Pio e Vittorio (Trianon Borgo Pio Residence)
Piazza delle Vaschette, 13 (Borgo Vittorio/Borgo Pio)
00193 Rome, Lazio, Italy
Zone: Rione Borgo (Castel Sant'Angelo) (Roma centro)
Borghi Pio e Vittorio (Trianon Borgo Pio Residence) is Shown By "Map D Zone" As "25"
Subway: Ottaviano - San Pietro (1.0 km NW), Battistini direction), Metro line A
Bus: Departure from Roma Termini Station; go to Termini bus stop (MA-MB-FS); catch the line n° 40 (PIAZZA PIA/CASTEL S. ANGELO) after 7 stops leave the bus at the TRASPONTINA/CONCILIAZIONE. Go on foot for 300 metres until the arrival to 13, Piazza delle Vaschette, Rome.
More Info:
Trianon Borgo Pio S.r.l. (For accommodation, Room rentals, Self catering, Apartments equipment and services)
Tel: 0039 06 68600849

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