20 minutes by public transportation from QuodLibet
On the highest of the hills which form Rome, Quirinale Palace is nowadays the seat of the President on the Italian Republic. For three centuries summer residence of the Popes, after the unification of Italy in 1870 it became seat and residence of the royal family. After 1946, when Italy became a Republic, it is the residence of the Italian President. The Palace is full of treasures and is the creation of many well known artists and architects. Among them Carlo Maderno, Domenico Fontana and Gian Lorenzo Bernini. It is possible to visit the Quirinale Palace every Sunday from 8:30 am to 12:00 (with the exception of the summer period from June 23 to the 8th of September).
To visit the palace it is enough to reach the entrance and pay a ticket of 5,00 EUR.
The Quirinale Palace is reachable in 15 minutes using the underground. It is enough to take the Line A of the metro just outside the B&B and get off at Barberini stop.