To get a sense of what makes Rome tick, spread your wings and discover surrounding areas like Tor di Quinto, Parioli, and Prati.
Do make the effort to see some of the nearby museums and galleries, which help make this region such a great vacation choice. Admire, learn and be thoroughly entertained in the various museums including Galleria Borghese, the Museo Carlo Bilotti and Vatican Museums in Vatican City. Book in for a live show at the Auditorium Parco della Musica, the Globe Theatre Rome and Sistina Theater. Often talked about galleries, include Borghese Gallery, the Museum of Contemporary Art of Rome and the National Gallery of Ancient Art.
If the sun is out, do what the locals do and head outside to the nearby green spaces. Read a book or newspaper in one of the parks and gardens, which include Pineto Park. Put on your hiking shoes and explore the well-used ecological parks for which this area is famous, like the Nature Reserve of Monte Mario.
Some of Rome's best attractions are within driving distance of the Flaminio area, such as Spanish Steps, Villa Borghese and the Piazza del Popolo. Peer back through the mists of time by exploring some heritage sites, such as the Santa Maria del Popolo, the Santa Maria della Vittoria and Porta Pia. Whatever your faith, you'll love the serenity at Flaminio’s holy places like Chiesa Valdese and the Trinita dei Monti Church.
See a nail-biting game at the nearby Foro Italico and get behind local teams the Italy National Rugby Union Team, the A.S. Roma or the S.S. Lazio. If you’ve booked seats to see a match played by the Italy National Rugby Union Team, the major rugby union team here, you’ll make plenty of friends if you wear light blue and white..
When it’s time to wind down after a busy day discovering the charming streets of Flaminio, check in to one of the area’s numerous bed-and-breakfast, hotel and short-stay apartment options. Take your pick from the River Palace Hotel, the Rome Cavalieri, Waldorf Astoria Hotels & Resorts, or the Hotel Londra & Cargill.