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Quartiere Garbatella

Piazza Damiano Sauli, Via Giovanni Battista Magnaghi, Piazza Giovanni da Triora ecc., Rome, Italy
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A great place to wander

It really is a great place to wander around. I'll leave the facts and explanations to the other... read more

Reviewed 17 June 2018
Quanster
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Sydney
Interesting, calm, lovely break from central Rome

A very Italian take on a garden suburb with interesting buildings, lovely squares, very nice feel... read more

Reviewed 4 April 2018
KtC114
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Brierfield, England, United Kingdom
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Jun 17, 2018
“A great place to wander”
Apr 3, 2018
“Interesting, calm, lovely break from central Rome”
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Piazza Damiano Sauli, Via Giovanni Battista Magnaghi, Piazza Giovanni da Triora ecc., Rome, Italy
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Reviewed 17 June 2018

It really is a great place to wander around. I'll leave the facts and explanations to the other reviewers, as some have given some good background information. I wish I'd read it before I visited, as I wasn't sure what I was supposed to do...More

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Reviewed 4 April 2018 via mobile

A very Italian take on a garden suburb with interesting buildings, lovely squares, very nice feel to the area and some very good restaurants. And lots of dogs, always does it for me, dogs

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Reviewed 5 March 2018

This neighbourhood sprang up in the 1920's as a housing project for the workers of the developping portuary system of Rome. Following a 'socialist' philosophy of supporting the working class, a number of modern housing blocks with communal parks and gardens were built up. It...More

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Reviewed 25 July 2017 via mobile

This neighborhood has some nice houses but has nothing exceptional for which I would recommend visiting it.

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Reviewed 2 July 2017

A nice journey in the 20s, when The skilled and bright architects of the age planned this new model of residential area for the working class, middle class of a fast growing Roman population. Very popular nowadays, it has long been neglected since it was...More

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Reviewed 25 May 2017 via mobile

A short metro ride down to Garbatella and you will find yourself in what in my opinion is one of the most overlooked parts of Rome. The architecture here is outstanding from nice churches to superb housing which are really well maintained and look fabulous....More

1  Thank Neil K
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Reviewed 29 November 2016

This is a must to see place in Rome. It is one of the oldest place in Rome but not know as it should be. Houses are constructed in small Villas or mixture of 3 floor building and taller ones with great cure of details...More

Thank AnnaMDB
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Reviewed 1 August 2016

My husband got me here as he used to live here many years ago. The area is really old school! Beautiful 1920’s Roman buildings, which seem outdated but very charismatic. The restaurants in the neighbourhood served lovely pasta. Loved my short visit here.

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Reviewed 16 September 2014

Everything about this little neighborhood is fantastic! It is such a close hop to all things in Roma! More importantly, you actually FEEL like a Roman when you stay in Garbatella! We are on Via Caffaro and this street has so many delicious treats from...More

8  Thank mControl
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Reviewed 4 June 2014

We stayed in Garbatella for three days and found a great wine bar called 14 Gradi, but we were told it was called 13 Gradi by the staff. Could be a language issue as no one spoke English. Fortunately we spoke a bit of Italian...More

1  Thank Kathy D
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6 March 2018|
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Response from marcyMontr_al | Reviewed this property |
H'mmm... It looks you are further South-West than we were. You seem to be closer to the Marconi metro station. We were closer to the center of Garbatella on Roberto dei Nobili near the Garbatella metro station. I would... More
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