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Trieste district, a lovely residential area just outside the hustle and bustle of the city


Trieste district is a lovely residential area north-east to Rome city centre, from where you can easily reach Villa Borghese, the Umberto I hospital and Termini station.

On the edge of the luxury Parioli district, the area developed between the 1920s and the 1930s, when Villa Lancelotti, Villa Chigi and the famous Coppedè districts were all built. The Coppedè district is a bizarre area in Art Nouveau style, tucked between Piazza Buenos Aires and Via Tagliamento. Centred on Piazza Mincio, where you find the ‘Fontana delle Rane’ (‘Fountain of the Frogs’, 1924), it is composed of 18 buildings and 27 houses (some of them are small villas), and it was designed by the architect Coppedè.

Some of its most famous buildings: ‘Villini delle Fate’ (the ‘Villas of the Fairies’), with towers, columns and loggias, the complex of the ‘Palazzi degli Ambasciatori’ (‘Palaces of the Ambassadors’) and the ‘Palazzo del Ragno’ (‘Palace of the Spider’).

Other important sights in the area comprise several catacombs and the Virgiliano (or Nemorense) Park, planned by the architect Raffaele de Vico back in 1930.


In the nearby Via Tagliamento is another Rome’s landmark you cannot miss: the ‘Piper Club’, an extremely popular night-club opened in the mid ‘60s, where the Beatles and the Pink Floyds held their concerts.


Next to the Trieste district, you find the Nomentano area: this is a mainly residential district, steps from Piazza Bologna (subway line B) and in the vicinity of both La Sapienza University and the prestigious Luiss University (in Viale Piola).