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Wonderful. Peaceful. Full of history. I've checked-in to Hotel Lazio (3*) near Termini, I've eaten at Zeus and Pizza in Trevi (I've spent 20 euros/meal - tips included). I saw the Colosseum, Fontana di Trevi, the Vatican, The Spanish Steps, a lot of churches.
Rome is great to see both ancient and living history through the city's Roman ruins, churches and cathedrals, fountains, and its winding, cobblestone streets. Don't miss the grandeur of the Colosseum, the Roman Forum, and St. Peter's Basilica. The Trevi Fountain is equally not to miss but be prepared for crowds. For great food, try looking for more local places- there are much better than the tourist traps that abound in the city. For authentic Roman cuisine, have Cacio a Pepe, Carciofi ala Romana, and finish it off with Gelato. Also be aware, charging "coperta" (cover) is illegal in Lazio- if you do not order or eat the bread or water, you should not pay for it. Be prepared to deal with crowds, wear sunscreen and comfortable shoes.
Rome is an incredible city, you can never get enough of it. I can advice some nice places that are not very far from the place i have been staying this time. For breakfasts Dolci Desideri, try Lazio specialty - Maritozzo, it's incredible For fish restaurants - Pierluigi, Assunta madre For fish burgers - Fish Hub For nice dinners - Le mani en pasta, Meridionale For cheap and nice lunch - Carlo Menta For luxurious aperitif - Stravinski bar
Great place to visit loads of history good food locals very welcoming . There's to many restaurants to recommend visit to the olympic stadium to take in a Lazio game atmosphere electric . If you can drive highly recommend as taxis expensive and the sites are quite far apart due to bad traffic so with a car there's loads of thing like the beach the clothes factory outlet theme parks .
Rome is the eternal street with fascinating architecture and atmosphere every step of the way! I have been often and find something new everytime from galleries and museums to restaurants and venues. I stick to Roman food and wines from the local Abruzzo and Lazio regions, my favourite area being Trastevere, especially for a group of friends. Plenty of smaller restaurants and bars with panoramic views of this glorious city for that romantic evening a deux!
We were actually staying in another location near Ardea ,but we have been to Nemi lots of times ,it is a must if you are travelling around the lazio region or staying there . We chose to stay overnight to enjoy the evening also ,as we normally visit only during the daytime .
Best part of Rome were the sights, the food and the people. In the streets around our apartment off via Cavour there were some excellent restaurants, far more authentic and better priced than the ones packed in the main streets near the main sights. Excellent pasta, pizza and meat dishes. The city isn't massive so if you're reasonably fit and healthy walking from one site to another is easy and you don't miss anything out. My eldest son (12) and I went to the Rome stadium to watch Lazio play a match. It was cheap and easy to ride a train to flamino (a few stops north of termini) then the number 2 tram to Mancini. The stadium was then a 5 minute walk across the river. The match tickets were easy to buy from a corner bar shop near our apartment on via Cavour but lots of other places sell them around the city. The only slight annoyance for me was the number of street sellers of the usual tat, selfie sticks, trinkets, frozen water bottles etc'. At the main sites such as coliseum and pantheon it became a little tiresome to have to ignore the sellers. It seemed fully tolerated though by the authorities and local businesses, I guess they're used to it and not approached.
I went there for Roma vs. Atletico madrid. I got a ticket in the curva sud which provided me the best experience. If you are considering a match with crowds cheering a lot you should definitly try that. If you are going to a match for lazio you should go for curva nord, avoid conflicting both. because the other side is always empty
Get out and start your day early. Great city for walking as everything is in walking distance if you stay in the right area. Via Frattina was a great street to be in. Everything close by. Go to VyTA at 96 via Frattina, great staff , great food, imaginative drinks, all produce locally sourced from the Lazio region. A must. Great restaurant upstairs with fabulous food and great service.
Just a fabulous city for a great balance of history, culture, food and wine! Would also recommend taking in a match at the Stadio Olympico (saw Lazio v Juventus!). I have been going regularly for over 10 years and still haven’t explored everything!! Mercato Centrale is a great place for lunch and drinks and there are numerous great restaurants. Check out La Taverna Del Chianti near the Trevi Fountain - excellent meat and wine!! Also the Metro/Bus passes are great value with unlimited travel. 48hour pass costs €12.50
9.5 Exceptional 156 reviews
The warm, sensitive and personal touch of Maurizio, his excellent trip tips, the delicious breakfast, the beautiful quiet garden with top swimming pool and terraces with panoramic view, the private parking place. Tenuta Cusmano is a prime location to -after having finished your city trip to Rome- relax, unwind and further discover Lazio, an underestimated though beautiful region full of surprises and lovely hidden secret places. Mille grazie a Maurizio :o) ! Ann&Didier
9.5 Exceptional 13 reviews
Excellent location in the middle of the green and yellow fields, with a splendid view of the old town of Tarquinia. Provided you have a car, there are plenty of one-day destinations in both Lazio and southern Tuscany. It is easy to go to Rome with one of the frequent trains. Simple but functional amenities were more than enough and the apartment and surrounding yard were tastefully decorated. Best of all, what a lovely family our hosts!
9.2 Superb 28 reviews
1. The hosts. Explaning all about local points of interest, about secrets of Rome, Italy and about food. 2.Peaceful and rural yet very vlose to Rome by train. 30 minutes only. 8€ for day ticket all public transport Lazio and Rome plus free transfer to/ from station by hosts.
9.7 Exceptional 129 reviews
The owner, Valter, helped us in so many ways. Arranging accommodations along the way to Rome, bag transport, and helped with our Viterbo and Lazio iteneraries. He’s the jewel in the Viterbo crown.
9.5 Exceptional 430 reviews
Camera bellissima e colazione perfetta! Staff gentilissimo! Wonderful room and perfect italian breakfast! Kind staff!
7.4 Good 478 reviews
Residence buono è una dependance di un hotel stupendo ottima colazione
8.9 Fabulous 572 reviews
Staff simpatico , stanza pulita, colazione super, posizione top
9.8 Exceptional 260 reviews
Il materasso era molto comodo, la colazione super abbondante.
7.6 Good 1,032 reviews
Found everything and everyone great after reading dubious reviews. Bed was so comfortable. Plenty of hot water, staff so helpful, ideal location, breakfast fabulous. Italian staff who all spoke excellent English. Ate in the pizza restaurant one lunch time, great value for money. Fresh towels every day, will definitely be staying here again. My daughter staying here next week after our wonderful experience. So much for a very reasonable price. Our place to stay in Rome from now on.
7.7 Good 1,002 reviews
Amazing pool and facilities , so relaxed great helpful staff the room staff could not fault great view great choice of breakfast and the pancake and waffle maker went down a storm with my daughter not forgetting the Nutella would highly recommend this hotel for both couples and family's
8.8 Fabulous 1,929 reviews
Stayed here for 5 nights with breakfast every morning. Coffee was amazing, loved that the use of robes was provided with flip flops which you can wear around the hotel. Comfy sun loungers & lovely staff
8.7 Fabulous 1,395 reviews
Hotel with soul. Excellent pools with therapeutic hotspring sulfur water.Delicious cuisine in hotel restaurant. Great service. We will definitely be back.
8.4 Very good 5,164 reviews
It’s really great place to stay! The rooms are very clean, the personeel is really nice and helpfull! The food in the hotel restaurant is delicious!
8.1 Very good 778 reviews
The friendliest staff around, the most incredible hotel and the surroundings are stunning. Of course the best water you can imagine.
8.7 Fabulous 1,425 reviews
Excellent SPA with warm and cold pools. Good breakfast - a special feat is fresh honey straight from the combs.
6.5 Review score 3,231 reviews
The view from the balcony was amazing, we had a room on 8th floor.
7.8 Good 8,088 reviews
Easy access to downtown Rome using the bus and metro.
8.9 Fabulous 1,933 reviews
Friendly staff. Great Spa. Clean and comfortable.
9.3 Superb 424 reviews
The facility is great and breakfast is good
8.0 Very good 104 reviews