In Rome, at a few steps away from Via Veneto, Villa Borghese, Piazza di Spagna, you can find Villa Giulia, an elegant home that still has the antique and sophisticated charm of when it was built, in pure liberty style, at the beginning of the 20th century. Its owners have lived in it for more than 100 years.
Villa Giulia, a wonderful home for four generations, has welcomed the many friends that have shared with the family a century of events: baptisms, communions, parties, weddings, anniversaries, charity events, card tournaments and fashion shows.
Time seems to have stopped in this beautiful garden. Fountains, statues and the splendor of the early twentieth century vegetation, transform it into a small and precious botanical garden in the heart of Rome.
The tall trees, the bamboo forest, the century old wisteria path, the terrace, the flowerbeds, the Virginia creeper that covers the entire villa make this place unique and magic.
The view of the mausoleum of Lucilio Peto and of the gardens of the Villa Albani render Villa Giulia an enclave of privacy in the middle of the city.
The recently completely renovated ground floor that has kept its early elegant style intact opens to the garden and can be used for many types of events.
Guests capacity: up to 150 in the salons, up to 200 in the garden for most of the year..