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A place to visit in Rome. It's a must!! Architecture and stylish buildings are really nice in this... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
maurizio a
Province of Trapani, Italy
quaint neighbourhood

It's amazing how much prices can drop just 4 km away from Termini and nearby attractions. Gelato... read more

Reviewed 5 weeks ago
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Piazza Mincio | Quartiere Trieste, 00198 Rome, Italy
+39 347 381 1874
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Reviewed 1 week ago

A place to visit in Rome. It's a must!! Architecture and stylish buildings are really nice in this area

Thank maurizio a
Reviewed 5 weeks ago

It's amazing how much prices can drop just 4 km away from Termini and nearby attractions. Gelato ice cream can easily be 1/3 cheaper or more and probably taste nicer too. It was raining non stop but we still enjoyed the sights and walk.

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Reviewed 25 March 2018 via mobile

After many trips to Rome, something different to explore. Took bus 63 from Largo Argentina to just beyond Piazza Buenos Aires, about 30 minutes. Quartiere Coppede is a very small area around a fountain that the Beatles once danced in fully clothed. Built between 1913-1927,...More

3  Thank Stewart008
Reviewed 11 February 2018 via mobile

First of all, there are no more than 5 or so buildings that display the playfully rich architecture Quartiere Coppedè is known for. You can walk there from Galleria Borghese. It is really interesting to see but if you are not into architecture, you may...More

Thank Karsten K
Reviewed 10 October 2017 via mobile

If you're a fan of Art Deco architecture, this tranquil neighborhood is a great place to explore on foot. There are a few real Deco ("Liberty Style" in Italy) gems encircling the central mossy calcium-encrusted "frog" fountain (into which the young Beatles once jumped, fully...More

3  Thank David R
Reviewed 19 September 2017

This is definitely Rome off the beaten track. An amazing little neighborhood well worth visiting. I don't know if I can call these buildings beautiful, but they are certainly amusing, whimsical, and right out of a fairy tale. Needless to say, not your typical Rome...More

1  Thank 504
Reviewed 28 August 2017

Our hotel was situated near the "hidden world of whimsical and strange beauty, the unexpected and bizarre 'Quartiere Coppede’”, the neighborhood designed by architect Gino Coppede. His Art Deco and Art Nouveau influenced designs between 1913 and 1927 create a uniquely intimate and even medieval...More

3  Thank Kelleygirl2
Reviewed 18 August 2017

People say that quartiere Coppedè is an example of Italian liberty.. But that's not true. In reality, Coppedè was an eccentric architect which developed a personal style, and this area is his most successful creature. A must see in Rome: it might not be the...More

Thank Salgari7777
Reviewed 17 August 2017

If you liked Gaudi in Barcellona, you cannot skip to see Quartiere Coppede in Rome. 5 stars attraction for lovers of art nouveau

1  Thank Nicola61Ita
Reviewed 27 July 2017

Heard about this funky retro neighborhood through a blog "anamericaninrome". It is easy to get to via public transportation. You turn a corner and the first thing you see is a Victorian style chandelier hanging in the entry arch way in the middle of a...More

1  Thank Funtripsx4
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Response from Birte L | Reviewed this property |
There are several small places in the area at reasonable prices
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