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Explore Rome: top hotel districts
As diverse as it is vibrant, Rome has everything from low-key districts to the high-class neighbourhoods made famous in films such as Roman Holiday and La Dolce Vita.
One of Rome's most trendy and artsy districts, with shabby-chic boutiques, modern bars and lively restaurants – all in an area that remains fairly residential. There's a convivial feel to this district, and it's not uncommon to find local neighbours playing cards outdoors and socialising on the pavements. View hotels.
Popular among university students, San Lorenzo is always alive with pubs, clubs, vintage clothing shops and reasonably priced restaurants. View hotels.
Featured in Rossellini's film, Roma Città Aperta (Rome, Open City), Pigneto is a small town within a big city. Inhabited by neo-bohemians, this neighbourhood is filled with cultural events, clubs and a variety of restaurants and cafés to suit any pocket. View hotels.
Via Giulia/Piazza Farnese
Between the Tiber and the lively Campo de' Fiori district, Via Giulia is quiet and romantic. Here you can find art galleries, antique shops and historic residences on streets with ivy-covered walls and arches. View hotels.
Spanish Steps (Piazza di Spagna)
Europe's widest staircase is just steps away from the designer shops of the Via Condotti. It is a district with numerous cafés, restaurants, five-star hotels, and the Trinità dei Monti church. View hotels.
Discover All the Secrets of the Eternal City
With over two and a half thousand years of history and astonishing classical beauty, Rome truly deserves to be called the Eternal City. From the breath-taking Colosseum to the famous Trevi Fountain, Rome has something for every taste.
Enjoy a freshly brewed espresso on one of the Rome’s popular piazzas and admire the everlasting beauty of frescoes in the Sistine Chapel. Caravaggio’s paintings in Santa Maria del Popolo are a definite must-see.
Rome is also home to the Pantheon, built in 125 AD, the stunning St. Peter’s Basilica as well as another classic, the Roman Forum. Many of the world’s most famous churches, museums and galleries are just around the corner allowing you to have it all.
Make sure you explore the popular Trastevere and its cafes and trattorias, sit down on the Spanish Steps or just relax and enjoy Rome’s picturesque and sunny atmosphere. Rome will surely convince you that it is one of Italy’s gems.
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