The first stone of one of Rome’s most famous neighbourhoods - Garbatella, or as it is affectionately called "La Rossa" - was placed by King Vittorio Emanuele III in the 1920s. The area soon became populated by people displaced from the medieval quarters of the city, who had been evicted from the center to allow for the construction of Via dei Fori Imperiali. Garbatella, which today still retains its popular character, is located near Tor Marancia, another popular neighbourhood that in recent years has undergone surprising development thanks to the extraordinary works of street art by artists from all over the world. In the midst of this open-air contemporary art gallery you will find typical restaurants, local delicacies and extraordinarily picturesque corners of the less beaten track in this multifaceted city.
- Up to 6 people
- The tour will last 2 hours
- The price quoted above includes admission fees for tours operated in ticketed venues
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