Rome, Italy - Hotel Giulio Cesare from $130 per night
Overview | Rates | Map Originally a Patrician Roman, converted into an elegant town-house hotel; just a 10 minute walk across the Tiber River from Piazza del Popolo, the Spanish Book it now!
Rome, Italy - Hotel Lirico from $121 per night
Overview | Rates | Map Hotel Lirico is located in the city centre of Rome next to the Theatre Opera square-walking distance from Colosseum and Spanish Book it now!
Rome, Italy - Hotel Saturnia from $72 per night
Overview | Rates | Map Hotel Saturnia is within walking distance of the Colosseum and the Spanish Steps and approximately 18 miles from Rome Fiumicino Airport. This location Book it now!
Rome, Italy - Aran Park Hotel from $187 per night
Overview | Rates | Map Aran Park is a new hotel, opened in December 1999. It is located between EUR (South East of Rome) and via Ardeatina. The Hotel offers the most modern and Book it now!
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Rome, Italy: Rome if You Want to...
Flow through the ancient city like water in an aqueduct, tapping into a local energy beyond static palazzos, piazzas and pizzas. Rome provides a running lesson in art and architecture, history and food, romance and tradition. Book it now!
Rome - the Eternal City, the Capital if Italy and the home of the Vatican is one of the most popular destinations in the world. Ancient history, art, and the art of living all dominate this wonderfully architected city. No matter what your interests are, Rome provides the full spectrum of activities for all lifestyles and interests. Attending the opera and then heading out to the nightspots is not uncommon in a place where people know how to live it up.
Rome is more than a fascinating European capital
city; it is a spectacular encyclopedia of living history. Rome is halfway down
Italy's western coast, about 12 miles inland. It has been said that every road
in Rome leads to eternity. The city is vast, though the historic center is quite
small. The whole experience of Rome is so powerful as to be almost overwhelming
at times. The best way to prepare for a visit is to study a little of the
history of the region, to be as well rested as possible, and to arrange an
itinerary that allows time to explore, rest, and reflect on the magnificence of
There is a steady stream of spectacular festivals, exhibits and
events for the whole family.
Guided walking tours and bus
tours for every energy level and budget provide great assistance in becoming
acquainted with the past and present of this amazing city. Rome is a city in
which it is recommended that driving and walking anywhere near areas of traffic
be avoided if possible. The streets are extremely congested, and drivers are
not considered to be responsible for watching out for pedestrians. The public
transportation is excellent and offers the convenience of buses and subways at
a nominal cost.
Whether the visitor is seeking a quiet, romantic café on the Campo de’ Fiori;
a fast food McDonald’s with air conditioning on the Piazza della Repubblica or
a cozyand intimate family operated restaurant with one or two exquisitely
prepared selections of the day on the Piazza Santa Maria, there is great food
for every taste.
city boasts a wide variety of shopping opportunities. Spanish Square presents
high fashion selections while the more modestly priced clothing is to be found
on the Via del Corso and Via Tritone. North of Spanish Square are areas famous
for their antique shops and art galleries. Porta Portese hosts a huge flea
market every Sunday morning.
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does not go to sleep at sunset. Open air symphonic concerts, ballet and opera
performances, live rock and jazz are all available.
lays claim to two pro football teams, Roma and Lazio. Rivalry is fierce between
them. Basketball is gaining in popularity. It is played in the Palazzo dello
Sport designed for the 1960 Olympics.
city’s 300 fountains, its sculpture, its glorious panorama of ancient, medieval,
Renaissance, baroque and modern art, music and architecture are all part of the
reason that Pope Gregory XIVs remark in the 16th century is still true today.
Pope Gregory said of the joys of exploring and discovering the city, “a lifetime
is not enough.”