Relais Palazzo Taverna and Locanda degli Antiquari are located in the historical centre of Rome,
More precisely on Via dei Gabrielli, a narrow and quiet private road looking out onto Via dei Coronari, the ancient road famous for its antique shops and celebrated by artists and poets.
At walking distance there are, among other sites, the Castel Sant’Angelo, the Piazza Navona, the Pantheon, Saint Peter’s square (the Vatican) and Piazza Campo dei Fiori. Renaissance buildings and baroque squares, linked by quiet mediaeval alleys, are an indication of the historical and cultural value of the area. Along with many artisans’ shops, the place is rich with bars, clubs, pizzerias and restaurants for any taste and need.
There are also many other important monuments close-by such as the Chiesa di San Salvatore in Lauro, Santa Maria in Vallicella and Palazzo Altemps.
Renaissance buildings and Baroque squares alternate with quiet, secluded medieval alleyways where you can find craft shops and specialty shops.
The area has plenty of places to listen to good music, pizzerias and restaurants to suit all tastes and requirements.
Saint Peter's Square
How to get there
Relais Palazzo Taverna
Via dei Gabrielli, 92
Coming from the motorway, follow the signs for the historic centre, with Piazza Navona as your main reference point. Following the Tiber river, starting from the Vittorio Emanuele II bridge, you can park your car in the areas marked by blue lines: Via dei Coronari is just a few steps away.
Once at Termini station, there are several alternatives. If you choose to get there by taxi, it’s very easy and won’t take more than 15 minutes of your time, including traffic, but always check the taximeter: the price should be around 15-17 Euros! If you use public transport, from Termini you can take the Metro Line A towards Battistini and get off at the second stop: Barberini. Then take bus 116 and get off at Piazza Zanardelli. You are practically there: Via dei Coronari is only a few metres away. You have another solution: from Termini you can take bus 64 and get off at the stop “Ponte Vittorio Emanuele”. Once off the bus, turn right towards Via Paola, walk a few metres and you will soon see Via dei Coronari: you have arrived.
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From Fiumicino Leonardo da Vinci Airport, take the train to Termini Station and from there continue by metro or bus as already indicated. From Ciampino Airport, take the bus or train to Termini, then from there continue as above.
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