Benito Mussolini was living in the Villa Torlonia for a few years and built the bunker to hide himself and his family in case of bombardment.
Attention! The bunker is temporary closed for visiting!
How to do?
1. Book the tour on the official website
— the visiting is avalable only with pre order and costs €7.
2. It will be intresting to have a walk in the Villa before visiting the bunker. Use the entrance made of reinforced concrete to come down into the bunker.
Where to do?
Villa Torlonia belonged to the Torlonia family. Mussolini rented it from the Torlonia to use as his state residence, and now visitors can see his house and a bunker.8
Location: Via Nomentana, 70
Open hours: from 9:00 am to 9:00 pm
Tips and hints
The visiting is not recommended for the people with claustrophobia or panic attacks.
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