Parking/s in Palazzo Barberini - Rome

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The Palazzo, from the seventeenth century, was erected by the Barberinis, an influential family with a member who eventually rose to become the pope during that time.
The building now currently houses the National Gallery of Ancient Art. In a Baroque style, its facade is the work of Bernini, who left his unmistakable mark on several other parts of the city. Inside is the Borromini elliptical staircase that starts at the portico and goes all the way up to the ceiling. And even the ceilings are covered in art: the fresco that decorates the large central hall leaves all visitors speechless. Beyond the architecture, the most significant attractions are currently the works of art found inside, as this building is home to the National Gallery of Ancient Art. Here there are more than a thousand artworks. Paintings by Raphael, Caravaggio, Titian, El Greco or Hans Holbein the Younger are just a few of the pieces that stand out among the repertoire offered to visitors.Located close to the Villa Borghese gardens, which overlook the city from one of its hills, the Barberini metro station is just a few steps away from the Palazzo. One of the best tips is to let yourself get lost in the surrounding area, which is lined with cobblestone streets and buildings with the capital’s characteristic architecture. You won’t find it hard to find restaurants with good Italian food, or other interesting attractions such as the Quirinale or the Trevi Fountain if you feel like going for a short walk.The Villa Borghese Saba car park, open 24 hours a day, is one of the best options for leaving your car and visiting the area of foot while getting to fully enjoy everything Rome has to offer.

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Rome has many valuable historical treasures that tell the city’s history and are a must-see for any tourist. Among the wide range of tourist attractions found in the city, the most remarkable ones include the Colosseum, considered to be one of the seven wonders of the modern world; the Capitoline Wolf statue, symbol of Rome; and the Basilica of San Pedro, located in the Vatican City. To visit these places of interest and many others, we recommend using our Saba public car parks so that you can easily move around the city.