Teatro Pace

"Teatro Pace" submitted by RomeTour Editorial Team and last updated on Friday 10th June 2011

In the buildings #1/a and #3 on Via del Teatro Pace once a theatre was located. It was founded in the end of the 17th century, and functioned in 1720-1853. It was mostly performing musical operas with famous "sopranos", famous emasculates destined to the singing and theatre, because women-actresses didn't exist. In 1754 in the theatre were performed comedies of C.Goldoni. In the 19th century it passed to the plays in dialect and puppet shows with purely popular public.

Traditional building of Via del Teatro Pace, rome

Teatro Pace
Via del Teatro Pace, #1/a and #3
Between Piazza Navona and the left bank of the River Tiber
00186, Rome, Lazio, Italy
Zone: Rione Parione (Navona-Campo de' Fiori) (Roma centro)
Teatro Pace is Shown By "Map H Zone" As "50"
Getting Via del Teatro Pace By Train: The Rome central station is the Stazione Termini, which is only two kilometres from the Hotel Teatro Pace. From the square outside the Termini station, you can take the No.64 bus (a well-known line that takes you to the Vatican) or the No.40 Express bus, and in about 15 minutes you will arrive at Corso Vittorio Emanuele II, where you can get off at three different stops. The first is situated a few meters after Piazza St Andrea della Valle; the second opposite the Palazzo della Cancelleria; and the third in Piazza della Chiesa Nuova (the No.40 Express bus stops only here). Every one of these stops is a 5 minute walk from the hotel. If you have taken the No.64 bus and got off at the first stop mentioned above, walk along the same side of the street and soon you will reach Piazza St Pantaleo (where the building which houses the “Museo di Roma” is situated). From here, continue along Via di St Pantaleo, which after a few meters will take you directly to Piazza Pasquino. Crossing this square in direction of Via del Governo Vecchio, on the left you will find Via del Teatro Pace.

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