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Casa Fabbrini Piccola Londra

A magnificent Rome townhouse with echoes of the English capital

Credit: Lorenzo Pesce

Bringing a piece of the English capital to Rome, the Piccola Londra private road and its terraces – built to reflect the traditional British style – have long been a design quirk worth seeing in the eternal city. Now there’s another reason to take a peek: one of its 20th-century buildings is the sumptuous Casa Fabrini Piccola Londra, a villa away from the throngs of tourists that is nevertheless close to headline sights such as the Piazza del Popolo and the Auditorium Parco della Musica.


The mansion’s Escher-influenced rooms, accessible via charming spiral staircases, lean on the Art Nouveau style to create understated but classy retreats. Breakfast is a medley of fresh croissants, cheeses, bacon and eggs, among other things, while the inner garden can be relied on to provide a peaceful moment.


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