• In the heart of Rome

    STRATEGIC LOCATION IN THE PRATI DISTRICT

    Sky Blue Place is a comfortable accommodation in the heart of Rome, housed in a historic building in the Prati district: elegant and tranquil, it offers a strategic location within walking distance of major attractions such as Castel Sant'Angelo, the Vatican, and the Vatican Museums.

    With the Lepanto metro station just a 6-minute walk away, guests can easily explore the city. The Prati district also offers shopping and sports opportunities, with the Olympic Stadium nearby.

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With its central location, Sky Blue Place is the perfect choice for exploring the wonders of Rome with ease, allowing you to fully experience the charm of the Eternal City.

  • Lepanto Metro Station 250 meters away
  • Termini Station is the 5th stop on the Metro (Red Line))
...and if you're coming by car?

No problem, the area is rich in private parking lots and secure paid garages. For example, we recommend ParkinGarage 1 located at Viale Angelico 32/a, just 800 meters from Sky Blue.

The most iconic places of the Capital
a few steps away from you

Vaticano

20 minutes on foot
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The Vatican is a small city-state in the heart of Rome, with less than 1,000 inhabitants and just 0.44 square kilometers in size. It is the center of the Catholic Church, where the Pope resides in a palace surrounded by gardens that can be visited by appointment. The main points of interest include St. Peter's Square, St. Peter's Basilica, and the famous Vatican Museums with the Sistine Chapel.

Piazza del Popolo

20 minutes on foot
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Piazza del Popolo, intersection of three main streets in the historic center of Rome - via del Babuino, via di Ripetta, and via del Corso - is located beneath the magnificent gardens of the Pincio. In Roman times, this area was the main entrance to the city, and even today it retains its original charm intact.

Castel Sant'Angelo

22 minutes on foot
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Originally known as the "Mausoleum of Hadrian," it was included within the walls of Rome and transformed into a fortress for the defense of the city. Because of these characteristics, it was called "castellum" and, in later times, "Sancti Angeli" in relation to the legend of the archangel Michael and the end of the plague. Its rooftop terrace with the statue of the angel offers the best panoramic view of Rome.

Piazza di Spagna

2 metro stops
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Piazza di Spagna is one of the symbols of elegance in Rome. The famous Spanish Steps leading to the Church of Trinità dei Monti offer a breathtaking view from the Pincio Terrace. The Fountain of the Barcaccia in the center of the square, designed by Pietro Bernini and completed by his son Gian Lorenzo, is an icon of Roman Baroque art.

Piazza Navona

27 minutes on foot
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Piazza Navona, one of the most renowned Baroque jewels in the world, is famous for the works of masters Bernini and Borromini. Built on the ruins of the ancient Stadium of Domitian from 86 AD, the square resurfaced in the 15th century as a vital market of the city. Its history and the beauty of its monuments make it an essential stop for visitors to Rome.

Stadio Olimpico

2,5 km
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The Stadio Olimpico in Rome is the largest sports facility in the Capital. It is located within the complex of the Foro Italico, to the north of the city, and is the home of Lazio and Roma football clubs. With over 82,000 seats, it is one of the largest in Europe. In addition to football, it hosts globally significant concerts and international-level athletics and rugby events such as the Six Nations.
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