It is one of the most mysterious ambiances of Rome. Immediately the reference names evoke interesting meanings. Beginning with the Biscione that defines the snake-like street, the square and the passageway that start at the bottom of Campo de ‘Fiori, to the left, towards Sant’Andrea della Valle.

 

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Our facility in Piazza del Biscione is located within a beautiful period building. As soon as you go through the front door and along the hall and up the stairs you can breathe all the flavor of a Rome almost gone and anyway hidden.

Leaving the building you come out into the small square Piazza del Biscione, one of many places in the city surrounded by mysteries and superstitions. A few meters away the open space of Campo de ‘Fiori spreads out, with its stalls by day and its bars, clubs and restaurants at night.

 

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