Every morning our guests wake up in the softened atmosphere and the superb elegance of one of the city’s most iconic contexts. The first tourists walk on streets still empty, regulars meet at the bar, and shopkeepers raise the shutters of historical shops. The neighbourhood slowly reveals the versatile liveliness of Via del Corso, the secluded and exclusive atmosphere of Via della Frezza, the old-time poetry of Via delle Colonnette, famous for sculptor Canova’s studio, and the bucolic soul of the Pincian Hill and the Villa Borghese, precious urban oases and ideal destinations for running. A few steps away, Chiesa di San Giacomo, Chiesa Gesù e Maria, and Basilica dei Santi Ambrogio e Carlo amaze with their delightful baroque surprises. Chiesa di Santa Maria del Popolo, in the homonymous square, guards two great masterpieces by Caravaggio: The Conversion of St. Paul and The Crucifixion of St. Peter. Palazzo Pulieri stands in an idyllic and strategical corner that allows a close interaction with the artistic legacy of the Tridente. It is the perfect starting and ending point of a day spent discovering and celebrating Rome’s universal beauty.