From the Termini Train Station by bus n.92, 10/15 minutes arrive at the stop Piazza Buenos Aires, hence the B & B is 100 meters (Via Arno n.51, intercom: Scale B - Internal 2 , B & B My Life).

From the Tiburtina Train Station take the Metro Blue Line and get off at Polyclinic, proceed to Tram 19, or 3 and very few stops will arrive in Piazza Buenos Aires, hence the B & B is 100 meters (Via Arno n.51, intercom: Scale B -- Interior 2, B & B My Life).


From Fiumicino (Leonardo Da Vinci) Airport take the train to the Termini Station, from Termini take bus n.92, the stop is Piazza Buenos Aires, we are in Via Arno 51, intercom : Scale B - Internal 2, B & B My Life.

From Ciampino Airport are two ways to reach our B & B: 1) using the shuttle bus running from Ciampino and leads directly to Termini Station, from Terms proceed as above. 2) Or, take the bus from the airport which leads the underground of Anagnina, hence take the subway until the Termini Station. From Termini take bus n. 92, the stop is Piazza Buenos Aires, we are in Via Arno 51, intercom: Scale B - Internal 2, B & B My Life.

From northern Italy by car:

From A1 (Milan-Naples) exit in Rome North. After the toll take the first exit in the direction Settebagni Rome-Centre. Will be on Via Salaria. Follow the Salaria on the main director without ever turn. Going into inside Rome costeggerete on your right Villa Ada (a long wall). After Villa Ada begins a central road. Continuing arrive at a great crossroads between Viale Regina Margherita and Viale Liegi. From here we are 50 metres away, Via Arno n.51, intercom: Scale B - Internal 2, B & B My Life.

From the South by car:

from the Salerno-Reggio Calabria exit at Roma East and continue for Rome-Centre; turn Tiburtina-Casal Bertone and followed for Foro Italico / Nomentana / Tiburtina. From the Tiburtina station reach Viale Regina Margherita, along which you reach Piazza Buenos Aires. After the Piazza take the first right (Via Garigliano) breeding Via Arno (we are at number n.51), Scala B - Internal 2, B & B My Life.

We are in...

The area is well served by public transport, bars, bakeries, restaurants, pubs, cinemas, discos, banks, shops, embassies, city university La Sapienza, and other comfort yet.

The Bed and Breakfast is located next to District Coppedè, distinctive and original district, built during the'30s, still architecture and the name of the designer Tuscan: the architect Coppedè, which put together floral motifs typical of Art Nouveau. The district, for its particularity and tranquillity, was often chosen as a setting for commercials and films Italians and foreigners.

In the immediate vicinity is Villa Borghese, Rome's main park. The design of the Villa began in early 1600 when Pope Paul V Borghese got his pontifical mandate. At Villa Borghese, entering from Porta Pinciana, has the huge statue recalls and commemorates the German poet and writer Wolfgang Goethe. One of the most beautiful of the villa is the Garden of Lake, fenced by a deleted that underlines its irregular shape. At the center, on an island artificial, was erected a temple dedicated to Aesculapius. Famous is the square of Siena, scene of horse competitions, which since its implementation has always hosted horseracing and carousels. At the terrace of the Pincio, your long walk in the park will be rewarded by a beautiful landscape on the city of Rome, not let this opportunity escape!

One can not forget Galleria Borghese located inside dell'omonima Villa, this gallery puts on display the queen of private collections in the world, and not wrongly: here are exposed famous works as Paolina Borghese Canova or the marvelous statue of Apollo and Dafne by Bernini. Among the paintings on display are paintings by Raphael known as the Deposition of Christ, six famous paintings by Caravaggio including the Boy with a Basket of Fruit and ltri important masterpieces by great artists who gave life to the Roman Baroque, then imitated throughout Europe.

In addition, next to Villa Borghese is the Bioparco, where once there was the zoo, a place that puts agree the animals and visitors. There were small cages, only for those animals that could not be a problem, and in general has tried to create environments similar to their natural habitat.

In a tram you will find yourself at the Galleria Nazionale d'Arte Moderna e Contemporanea di Belle Arti. Born in 1883 with the task of documenting contemporary art of united, initially was housed in the Palazzo delle Esposizioni, undertaken by Pius Piacentini, important today when temporary exhibitions. Since 1915 is housed in the Palace of Belle Arti built by Cesare Bazzani. It includes more than 5,000 works of painting and sculpture over 12,000 drawings and prints, almost all purchased by the Italian State, while a small portion comes from private donations and bequests of artists.

A nice walk will lead you to Villa Ada, a park with large meadows to run and to relax. There are tracks for bikes and skate and here lovers of sport are to practice their favorite disciplines and to train. Going to the lake, built recently, you can attend or participate in races boats radio.

On the Via Salaria near Villa Ada are the Catacombe di Priscilla where popes were buried seven victims of persecution of the Emperor Diocletian, many saints and three hundred presumed martyrs. These are the Benedictine nuns to act as guides for the visit. The funerary monument is the most important Greek Chapel so called because of two registrations in greek sull'intonaco painted a niche. This place is completely frescoed with images taken from the Old and New Testaments.

It does not end here!

With bus number 63 and 83 will arrive in a few minutes to Via Veneto, Piazza Barberini, Trevi Fountain, Spanish Steps, Piazza Venezia-Altare della Patria, Quartiere Trastevere.

At Piazza Buenos Aires there is a stop Tram: number 3 for the Basilica di San Giovanni in Laterano, the Colosseum, the Circo Massimo, the number 19 for the Bioparco, the Galleria Nazionale d'Arte Moderna e Contemporanea-Belle Arti, and Vatican City.