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MAXXI

MAXXI Museum is the first Italian national istitution devoted to contemporary creativity. The MAXXI building is a major architectural work designed by Zaha Hadid and opened in 2010, located in Rome’s Flaminio quarter and featuring innovative and spectacular forms.

Laboratory for cultural experimentation and innovation, the programming of the activities – exhibitions, workshops, conferences, shows, projections, educational projects. MAXXI aims to be a centre of excellence, an interactive hub in which the most diverse forms of expression, productivity and creation may converge, combine and reproduce.

MAXXI – Via Guido Reni, 4a – Rome

by Subway
Metro A Flaminio stop and tram n. 2 Apollodoro stop

by Bus
Autobus n. 53 (De Coubertin/Palazzetto dello sport stop), 168 (MAXXI – Reni/Flaminia stop), 280 (Mancini terminal), 910 (Flaminia/Reni terminal) Museum Express (MAXXI terminal)

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GUIDO RENI DISTRICT

Guido Reni District is a temporary real estate development project, conceived and realized by the Ninetynine agency, specialized in strategic marketing, advertising and major events. The purpose of the transaction, in agreement with the trust of “Cassa” deposits and loans, is to revitalize this space, generating profits in particular for the Flaminio district and in general for the city of Rome, with temporary events. The ambitious work, which involved 52,000 square meters of the Ex Caserma Guido Reni complex, has been divided into two phases: the first with a renovation and design of the area, that has made it suitable for hosting the most diverse events, and a second phase of management and promotion, aimed at evaluating and managing a series of selected events, carried out by the most important national and international organizations.

GUIDO RENI DISTRICT – Via Guido Reni, 7 – Rome

by Subway
Metro A Flaminio stop e tram n. 2 Apollodoro stop

by Bus
Autobus n. 53 (De Coubertin/Palazzetto dello sport stop), 168 (MAXXI – Reni/Flaminia stop), 280 (Mancini terminal), 910 (Flaminia/Reni stop) Museum Express (MAXXI terminal)