As you already know Rome is a city rich in history. In the city centre, you can easily spend days discovering hidden masterpieces, churches, museums and architecture. Not far from the historic centre however, is a very recent district that tells another story of Rome – the ‘Fascist era’ one.
I'm talking about EUR, the neighbourhood wanted by Mussolini in 1935 for the candidacy of Rome for the future Universal Exhibition of 1942. EUR is perhaps one of the most striking neighbourhood of Rome.
Join the walking tour and walk through the streets that will guide you to discover real masterpieces of architecture, such as Palazzo della Civiltà Italiana. At the end of your tour, you will also find a small lake inside a park where you can relax and enjoy a different perspective of this neighbourhood.
Perspective of a street in the EUR district.
View of the interior of the colonnade that connects the two parts of the Museum.
Palazzo della Civiltà Italiana, which is also called the Square Colosseum, now houses the headquarters of the Fendi fashion brand.