In the Flaminio district, an area known as the Little London of Rome is hidden.
There is a street in Rome where you will have the impression of being in London. It is located in the Flaminio district and is known to be Rome's Little London.
An unusual corner of the city, a small street made of liberty buildings, low and colorful buildings, gates, small gardens and stone staircases, far from traffic and reachable only on foot. You can find it at 287 Via Flaminia.
This lane that does not seem to belong to the city was built in the first decade of the 900 to accommodate bureaucrats and employees. The architect who took care of it was Quadrio Pirani, father of many residential districts of the time.
Here is a photo tour with Instagram: