Sallustiano Vacation Packages
Stroll through Sallustiano and see a neo Gothic-style minor basilica. Visit a Roman Catholic church dedicated to the Virgin Mary. This historic district also features numerous traditional Italian and Mediterranean restaurants.
The Horti Sallustiani (Gardens of Sallust), in the center of Sallustiano, is an ancient garden filled with the remains of historic buildings. Sallust, a Roman historian, developed these gardens in the 1st century B.C. See the ruins of three sets of buildings in the Piazza Sallustio next to the gardens.
The San Camillo de Lellis is a fine example of neo Gothic architecture. This church was built in the early 20th century and is located on Via Sallustiana. Notice the impressive red stone façade. Inside, admire the early 20th-century statue depicting St. Camillus by Alberto Galli.
Visit the Santa Maria della Vittoria, a stunning 17th-century church. View the exterior, designed by the early Baroque architect Carlo Maderno. Inside the Cornaro Chapel you will see the Ecstasy of Saint Teresa, a masterpiece by the famous Italian artist Gian Lorenzo Bernini. See the stunning monumental fountain beside the church, known as the Fountain of Moses.
Walk to the Villa Borghese public park and visit the Borghese Gallery and Museum. The Borghese Gallery is filled with stunning Renaissance sculptures and paintings from famous Italian artists, including Raphael, Bernini and Antonello da Messina.
Sallustiano is located in Municipio I and is easily accessible via Rome’s bus and metro train services. Discover the 17th district of Rome a short walk from the Barberini and Repubblica metro stations.
With its proximity to Rome’s public parks and other historic attractions, Sallustiano is an excellent place to stay or visit.