Corso d'Italia

"Corso d'Italia" submitted by RomeTour Editorial Team and last updated on Friday 10th June 2011

This road was laid out in the end of the 19th century - beginning of the 20th century. Among the constructions standing along Corso d'Italia is Chiesa di S.Teresa with the annexed convent, built by the project of Tullio Passarelli in 1901 in Romanesque-Lombard style. The church is noted for grandiose interior with the nave and two aisles, and sumptuous decorations. In 1960 Corso d'Italia was turned into a high speed busy traffic tract.

Between the quiet grounds of Villa Borghese and the exclusive shopping and nightlife area around Corso d'Italia. You can walk to Villa Borghese park in just minutes. The area is filled with famous shops, renowned restaurants, charming bars, and easy access to bus and metro services to reach the rest of the city. Close to the Spagna metro stop and just ten minutes by taxi from Termini Station. It is easy to reach the numerous monuments and landmarks of Rome from the hotel, which is walking distance from many fabulous tourist attractions such as Piazza di Spagna (Trinità dei Monti), Trevi fountain, Piazza Navona, the Colosseum, Fori Imperiali, Via dei Condotti, Piazza Barberini, and much more.

Address:
Corso d'Italia
Near Villa Borghese
00198, Rome, Lazio, Italy
Zone: Zone: Quartiere Pinciano (Roma centro)
Corso d'Italia is Shown By "Map E Zone" As "83"

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