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I stayed at Casa di Lia for 4 nights in October 2011. I have been traveling to Italy for many years (I have probably accumulated over a year of lodging in Rome), and as a result I am quite familiar with most areas of Rome....More
It was amazing to find such lovely and reasonable accommodations so close to Rome's main attractions, easily accessible by public transportation. The owners are extremely friendly and do everything to make one feel at home. Breakfast is do-it-yourself, with a good coffee machine, packaged sweet...More
As I was attending a conference at the auditorium of Parco della musica, I did stay at la Casa di Lia. Closed to the auditorium (ten minutes walk), the location allows you to discover a Roman district far from the places frequented by tourists. Very...More
We have stayed at this b&b twicw abd both times Lia, the owner was the most helpful and sweet. The flat is locateed near Piazza di Popolo and with a day ticket you can use the tram as much as you want. There are hundrends...More
Casa di Lia is our place to stay in Rome for more than 10 years now. We moved to New Zealand and if we come back to Europe, there is always time for a few days in Rome with Lia.
The bed&breakfast has all you...More
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The Flaminio area has been making a name for itself as a hub for contemporary architecture and art. Over the past decade, Flamino’s grassy knolls have seen the rise of cultural centers - amazing feats of architecture like the beautiful Ponte della Musica, the wavy contemporary art MAXXI Museum, and the futuristic Parco della Musica, a music complex where international names perform. Flaminio also has traces
of the 1960 Olympic Games with Palazzetto dello Sport and Villagio Olimpico, the athlete’s Olympic village turned residential housing. If culture means a ball and a foot, keep your eye on the prize: Rome’s famed Stadio Olimpico soccer stadium is just a short walk across a bridge.