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Villaggio Olimpico Flat

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2 bedrooms
4 bathrooms
4 guests
1 night minimum
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Newly refurbished, big and bright flat located in a quite and green area close to Ponte Milvio, new music Auditorium and MAXXI museum, 10 mins far from Piazza del Popolo by tram. Two bedrooms, two bathrooms, big living with balcony, massive kitchen. Flat is located in the area known as Villaggio Olimpico. Architects Moretti, Cafiero, Monaco, Libera and Luccichenti designed Rome’s Olympic Village for the 1960 Olympics, and beyond. After the Games, the 1,800 apartments who had lodged athletes were to become council homes for civil servants and their families. Though “Villaggio Olimpico” houses the finest works of seven most prodigious architects, few people –locals as well as tourists– know this gem of modernist architecture. A stroll between the buildings reveals a leafy neighbourhood with...Newly refurbished, big and bright flat located in a quite and green area close to Ponte Milvio, new music Auditorium and MAXXI museum, 10 mins far from Piazza del Popolo by tram. Two bedrooms, two bathrooms, big living with balcony, massive kitchen. Flat is located in the area known as Villaggio Olimpico. Architects Moretti, Cafiero, Monaco, Libera and Luccichenti designed Rome’s Olympic Village for the 1960 Olympics, and beyond. After the Games, the 1,800 apartments who had lodged athletes were to become council homes for civil servants and their families. Though “Villaggio Olimpico” houses the finest works of seven most prodigious architects, few people –locals as well as tourists– know this gem of modernist architecture. A stroll between the buildings reveals a leafy neighbourhood with plenty of open space. Situated between the Tiber and Flaminio, the site still is a village that the ever-expanding Eternal City has never managed to swallow. Villaggio Olimpico breathes an exceptional harmony.More
House Rules
Pets Allowed: No
Smoking Allowed: Ask
Kid Friendly: Yes
Bathrooms
1 Attached (ensuite), 1 Full bath, 2 Showers
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Pets Allowed: No
Smoking Allowed: Ask
Kid Friendly: Yes
Air Conditioning
Balcony
Suitable For Children Under 5
Dishwasher
Freezer
Refrigerator
Internet Access
Kettle
Linens Provided
Microwave
Parking
Safe
Shared Yard
Stereo System
Stove
Terrace
Toaster
Towels Provided
TV
Washer
Wi-Fi
Horse Riding Nearby
There Are Tennis Courts Nearby
Watersports Nearby
Beach Or Lakeside Relaxation
City Getaway
Cycling Trips
Hiking Trips
Long Term Rentals (Over 1 Month)
Good Nightlife
Short Term Rentals (4 Days Or Fewer)
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About the neighborhood
The apartment is located in the area known as Villaggio Olimpico. The site selected for the 1960 Olympics was a strategic location along the ancient Via Flaminia. This area along the flood plain of the Tiber had long been used as a site for sporting events. Previously it had been the Piazza d´Armi for horse events and there was a hippodrome. It was also easy accessible to Foro Italico across the river to the west where facilities built in the 1930's already existed including a stadium. Planned Olympic facilities included 2 stadiums and housing for the athletes. One stadium was to be used for football, the Stadio Flaminio, 1959, and the other for indoor sports, the Palazzetto dello Sport, 1958. Designed by Pier Luigi Nervi. The apartments were to be used after the games as dwellings for 650...
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