Located between the River and the historical centre, Regola has a privilege location. From here you can walk to many of the main attractions in the city such as the beautiful piazza Navona. This makes Regola the ideal area for strolls. From the busy Campo di Fiori to the quiet Vila Giulia – that leads to the Vatican – there is many secrets to discover here. The city charm can be seen in the many plazas: Piazza Farnese and the Campo dei Fioriare busy locations during the day with outdoor markets and artisan pieces. During the night, Campo di Fiori is a popular area among young people to grab a drink with friends.
This is a touristic area with several hostels and boutique hotels. Rents are a bit higher in the centre of Rome.
Campo di Fiori has animation 24/7. As the street markets close, the bars and terraces in the plaza open, attracting young people to the area.
The neighbourhood has a rich history and a privilege location.
The neighbourhood's Renaissance-era buildings share walls with modern apartments in the medieval streets of Regola.
Rome is a crazy and quirky city where you’ll never, ever find yourself bored. This city has it all for adventuring spirits: unique neighbourhoods to be discovered, ruins to explore, gardens and museums to visit.
Studying in Rome, you’ll see a completely different side of the city to the one tourists see. Instead of queueing for hours to see the Colosseum, or the Fontana di Trevi, you’ll go there with your friends at night. Drinking and talking for hours under these spots, you know are memories you’ll never forget.
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