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How to get to the RESIDENZA DI RIPETTA: From international Rome Fiumicino airport, you can quickly reach the centre of Rome by Trenitalia rail services.
From the train station, located inside the airport close to the arrival and departure Terminal, you can reach the city centre with plenty of frequent connections: The Leonardo Express, non-stop service devoted exclusively to airport passengers, to/from Roma Termini with departures every 30 minutes and a journey time of 31 minutes.
From Roma Termini, you can reach Piazza del Popolo by underground line A, direction Battistini, stop Flaminio, then walk across square "Piazza del Popolo", making your directon to the right of the twin churches that overlook the square on the opposite side of the undergroud exit.
Once across the square you will be on Via di Ripetta reach number 231 left side of the street ad you will be at destination.
What to see in Rome at a few minutes walk from the Symposium site FIRST ITINERARY Piazza del Popolo, Rome HOW TO GET THERE: Metro Line A Stations: Flaminio, Piazza del Popolo Piazza del Popolo has a long and interesting history.
Right in the city center, around the corner from Piazza del Popolo and the Spanish Steps is one of Rome’s most charming secret hideaways: Residenza di Ripetta.This oasis of peace and tranquillity is nestled in one of Rome’s most famous former convents, a stunning 17th century structure.The marvellous views of the inner garden and the rooftops of Rome have won over the hearts of a select clientele that chooses to stay at the Residenza di Ripetta and consider it heir home when they visit the Eternal City.Residenza di Ripetta is the ideal departure point from which to visit the rich and very lively heart of Rome.The truly grandiose Piazza del Popolo is just meters from the hotel and boasts the Basilica di Santa Maria del Popolo which houses works by Pinturicchio, Rafael, Caravaggio and Bernini, and then there is the Ara Pacis museum with its new Richard Meier glass and travertine shell, not to mention the Spanish Steps which one reaches passing through the city’s greatest shopping area – via Condotti, via Borgogna and via Frattina.
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Rome is a city rife with fascinating history, but its daily life is often just as unforgettable.