Our Roman headquarters are located in the district of San Lorenzo, between the two main railway stations of the city – Termini and Tiburtina – just fifteen-minutes walk from the historic center.
Formerly it was a working-class area close to one of the oldest universities in the world (La Sapienza, founded in 1303). Today it is a lively cultural community melting pot, where many trendy bars, bookshops and restaurants coexist with the most sincere soul of the neighborhood.
In this inspiring area, Italica School is set inside the hybrid place San Lorenzo 13/B: an artists’ atelier, a co-working space, a lab of ideas and much more, filled with creative talents.
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