A causy and full optional "british style" 70 square meters apartment in the quiet and green area of north of Rome.
5 minuts by bus to the famous "Ponte Milvio" and 20 minutes to the Centre.
is a bridge built in 110-109 BC by the censor Marcus Aemilius Scaurus connecting the left bank with the Cassia and Flaminia across the Tiber. In 312 the battle between Constantine and Maxentius took place in this very area. According to legend, Constantine had a vision: he saw "In hoc signo vinces" written in the sky, which encouraged him to win the battle. The arches of the bridge and the neoclassical style northern tower were built by Giuseppe Valadier. Today the bridge is famous for couples to put a lock on the center lamp of the bridge and throwing the keys into the Tiber as described in a famous novel. It was also for this reason that Ponte Milvio District became one of the most popular places for roman nightlife.
Rome Open Tennis. 15 minutes by Bus
15 minutes by Bus there is tha famous MAXXI museum.
The MAXXI opened in 2010 in Rome’s Flaminio District and is one of two modern art galleries in Rome. The MAXXI was designed by Zaha Hadid and boasts spectacular and innovative shapes. Inside the Maxxi there are two separate museums: Maxxi art and Maxxi architecture. The former features all types of modern installations and multi-disciplinary pieces, by both Italian and foreign artists. The latter presents modern and contemporary architecture to the public through various mediums. Maxxi architecture is an international institution whose aim is to spread knowledge of contemporary architecture and its role in society. In addition to the two museums, the MAXXI also houses an auditorium, a library, a media centre, a cafeteria, a bar/restaurant, and galleries for temporary exhibitions and performances. The Maxxi website gives you the opportunity to learn about the various areas of the museum dedicated to important Italian and international artists, what's new, the collections, and get information on current and future events.