The Serventi Longhi is located in Largo Brindisi 2 and overlooks Porta San Giovanni, one of the doors that open in the Aurelian Walls of Rome and owes its name to its proximity to the Basilica of San Giovanni in Laterano. In fact, just beyond the walls, about 200m from our structure, is the entrance to the Basilica, mater et caput of all the churches of Rome and the world. The Basilica Santa Croce in Gerusalemme, a place in which the Christianity preserves the relics of the Cross on which Jesus was crucified, can be easily reached on foot. Through a pleasant walk of about one kilometer, you can reach the Colosseum, symbol of the city and the most famous monument in the world, as well as one of the Seven Wonders.
The area of San Giovanni is ideal for shopping lovers. On the opposite side of the square of our structure is the Via Sannio Market, one of the most characteristic and famous flea markets of the capital, second only to the most famous that is located in Porta Portese. But that’s not all: on the other side of the street there are also the COIN department stores, and Via Appia is just around the corner, with the sides dotted with countless shops, small and major brands.
The location is also excellent for transportation. Just below the building of our structure there is one of the stops of the METRO (San Giovanni), from which you can get in just 3 stops to Termini Station, a junction point of the various lines of the Rome Metro.