Discover the secret neighborhood of Rome, that thanks to its strange beauty has been the setting for a number of films. Tucked behind the main streets of Quartiere Trieste find elaborately decorated district of Coppedè and the Villa Torlonia.
Explore the bizarre architecture created by the Florentine sculptor Gino Coppedè, which utilizes a mismatch of historic styles including art nouveau, medieval, baroque and ancient Greek. Inspired by nature learn why Coppedè's works are commonly called Rome’s equivalent to the Gaudì structures of Barcelona.
Stroll the Italian streets, only a short distance from the district of Coppedè, to reach the Villa Torlonia. Walk the winding paths and see the imaginative exotic buildings envisioned by Venetian landscape architect, Giuseppe Jappelli. Learn why this villa represents one of the very few examples of, English-style gardens fournd in Rome, with your knowledgable guide.
Visit the Casina delle Civette (House of the Owls), once the residence of Prince Giovanni Torlonia, which contains countless lead-alloy stained glass windows and doors obsessively decorates with owls, from which it gets its name and enchanting atmosphere.
Join this tour for an opportunity to leave behind the beaten path of Rome's tourist scene and immerse yourself in a unique surroundings of the Coppedè district.