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Very nice space. Art is highly executed. But very hard to find the entrance. It is not actually on its stated road address, but turn right into the alley that comes before the street it gives as it's address.
What a gorgeous area to stroll thru and enjoy. Our tour was accidentally cancelled and we ended up here just moving at our pace and enjoying the beautiful buildings, trees, fountain, restaurants and totally becoming part of this beautiful scene ourselves. Stopping in one of the restaurants for lunch and just relaxing.
Where final scene in Roman Holiday was filmed. Worth a visit. Only open Saturday mornings.
If you like modern art, that's the place. There are different expositions for every taste, some will find some exhibits very odd but still they are made to provoke your mind so if you visit the gallery, stay open minded. There are also exhibits of many famous painters as Monet, Klimpt and Pollock. The thicket is 10 euros but you can use Roma pass.
gallery in a beatifull building. Not the biggest gallery but also not the priciest. We bought tickets for this gallery and another together for 12 euro. So 6 euro per gallery basically. The ceilings are painted as well. If you enjoy art especially paintings this is a good place to go. Not so crowded so you can actually see the paintings.
The biggest room is easilly the most impressive. Great works of art but not too many of the real renowned painters/sculptors
Villa Farnese is one of the historical highlights of Rome. Today it houses the French embassy so it is hard to arrange a visit, but it is possible. The beautiful architecture and art collection is well worth the trouble. A special treat is provided by the view from the back of the villa, overlooking the Tavere, with the St. Peter dome just so visible to the right. Magical.
This is a very interesting place for independent cinema.
There aren't too many options in Rome If you want to see movies in original language and a decent modern (not too old) theater. Legs' space is really good.
Don't misunderstand me, I love local cinemas, but if you are that type of person that likes having popcorn while watching the movie, the options are even more limited being Barberini the only one in city centre. Good to go and watch blockbusters.
It was a fantastic film but the all was full. And the acoustic wasn't really distributed well and inside was too hot. Apart from that ticketing was hassle free and well organised so didn't waste a single minute in line despite the crowd.
Great little cinema, built in intermission, exit by fire stairs, play O.V. films
Good movie theatre with many movies and comfortable seats