Italian Graffiti!
25/05/2014

Coming across graffiti in Rome these days doesn’t signify crumbling streets or impending danger!
Check out Ostiense, an emerging Roman neighbourhood, and see for yourself.
Enjoy the graffiti created by Sten & Lex, Axel Void and Blu, the 3 icons of Roman street art, by walking along via Ostiense, via del Porto Fluviale, via delle Conce and via dei Magazzini Generali.
Visit “Romana” a newly opened ice cream shop, enjoy an apertif at Doppiozeroo and for some “cicchetti” (small dishes), sit down at Porto Fluviale restaurant.
Cross Ponte di Ferro (the only Iron Bridge of its kind in Rome), and stop in at our office to say “Ciao” and enjoy a Nespresso coffee.
Head back over the bridge to stock up on some extra food or gifts at Eataly, Rome’s largest store/restaurant serving & selling high quality Italian food and drink, located in the former Ostiense terminal.

Places:

- La Romana
Via Ostiense 48 – 00154 Roma
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- Porto Fluviale
Via del Porto Fluviale 22 – 00154 Roma
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- Doppiozeroo
Via Ostiense 68 – 00154 Roma
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- Ponte dell'Industria (di ferro)
Via del Porto Fluviale / Via Antonio Pacinotti
- Eataly
Piazzale XII Ottobre 1492 – 00154 Roma
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The Artists
- Sten & Lex
website
Axel Void
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- Blu
website

Axel Void, Sten, Blu

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