Holiday house “Domi Aloisii” is in a quiet and elegant quarter of Rome named “Della Vittoria”.
It is close to supermarkets, excellent bars and restaurants. Besides, there are several banks and shops, above all in Via Sabotino and in Via Giuseppe Ferrari. Then, green flower-beds and tree-lined make this quarter pleasant and quite respect to other crowded and noisy zones of the city..
The quarter “Della Vittoria” has, also, three very important offices for Information, public Administration and Justice: la “RAI”, la Corte dei Conti and civil and penal District Courts and Courts of Justice.
Besides there is, in the same quarter, the “Manzoni” Theatre, where it is possible to see many performances during the year.
Nearby the quarter “Della Vittoria” there is the “Prati” zone, which includes via Cola di Rienzo and the homonymous square with several shops, restaurants, pizzerias, pubs and cinemas.
The whole area “Prati-Della Vittoria” is, anyhow, a good choice for tourists interested both Museum, Arts, Culture and Sport, because the holiday house is close to Foro Italico (which include sport establishments as “Olympic Stadium” for football and, sometimes, rugby, “Central Court” and smaller ones for tennis games and “Olympic Swimming Pool” for swimming competitions). It isn’t far from “Parco della Musica” (“Park Music”) 3 Auditoriums, place for concerts, shows and performances. Close to Parco della Musica there is the “MAXXI”, with its modern art exhibitions, workshops, and so on.
Besides, Piazza Giuseppe Mazzini (far only one hundred metres from “Domi Aloisii”) offers a fixed parking for taxi.
The underground stop “Lepanto”, reaching on foot in only 10 minutes, allows to arrive in the city historic centre (Piazza del Popolo, Via del Corso, ecc..) in 5 minutes by underground, getting off next stop “Flaminio”.
There are, in the quarter “Della Vittoria”, also some other bus lines that reach other areas of Rome.
The n. 32 bus, for example, stops in Viale Angelico – on foot only 5 minutes far from holiday house “Domi Aloisii” – and it allows, with only 3 stops, to reach Piazza San Pietro and Vatican Museums.