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Aventino is known for its medieval churches. The Bocca della Verità (the "mouth of truth") is right at the entrance to Santa Maria in Cosmedin church. The Rose Garden contains 1100 varieties of roses, and nearby you’ll find Circus Maximus, an ancient Roman chariot-racing stadium.
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0.8 miles from downtown
Trastevere is filled with narrow, winding streets. Piazza di Santa Maria in Trastevere has plenty of lively pubs, restaurants and clubs. Head to the lookout at Piazzale Garibaldi on Janiculum Hill for a city vista, or shop for clothes and accessories on Viale Trastevere. On Sundays, visit Porta Portese flea market.
Places to stay from $16 a night
0.6 miles from downtown
Piazza Navona is Rome’s most famous square. You’ll find a mixed crowd of locals and tourists, all coming to dine at the lavish cafes and restaurants on the square. Fontana dei Quattro Fiumi is Bernini’s sculptural masterpiece in the center, and the Sant’Agnese in Agone church stands to the west.
Places to stay from $22 a night
0.7 miles from downtown
Piazza di Spagna is the perfect place to sit and people-watch. Enjoy the liveliness of the "Spanish Steps," or head to Piazza del Popolo square to see Rome’s second-oldest obelisk. Santa Maria in Montesanto and Santa Maria dei Miracoli in Piazza del Popolo are two Baroque churches worth exploring.
Places to stay from $29 a night
0.4 miles from downtown
The Trevi Fountain is the largest Baroque fountain in Rome. The God Oceanus erupts from the core on a horse-drawn chariot. A 5-minute walk takes you to Quirinal Hill, the tallest of the Seven Hills of Rome. It’s also home to Quirinal Palace, residence of the Italian President.
Places to stay from $32 a night
0.7 miles from downtown
The Fountain of the Naiads in Piazza della Republica is a spectacular sight, day and night. Next door is the Basilica of St. Mary of the Angels and the Martyrs, and the Via Nazionale, one of Rome’s most popular roads crammed with cafes, restaurants and stores, is another huge draw to the area.
Places to stay from $30 a night
0.3 miles from downtown
Opened in 126 AD, the Pantheon is a spectacular building in Piazza della Rotonda. Take some time to admire its incredible light-filled interior, and Bernini’s obelisk Pulcino della Minerva in front of the Gothic Santa Maria Sopra Minerva church. Also visit Hadrian’s Temple with its façade of 11 marble columns (now home to the Roman Stock Exchange).
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Ancient history comes alive down every street of Italy's capital. Many of the ruins depict stories of the powerful empire that once spanned three continents, making Rome an open-air museum thanks to iconic monuments like the Roman Forum, Palatine Hill, and the Colosseum. The former gladiator arena is the city's centerpiece, and brings to mind all the brutal games once held on its stage for thousands of roaring spectators. Visit the impressively preserved Pantheon to experience even more of the Eternal City's golden age.
With over 900 churches and many beautiful basilicas among them, Rome is also home to the city-state of the Vatican, the seat of the Catholic Church. St. Peter's Basilica is a tourist hotspot, but treasures like Michelangelo's Sistine Chapel and countless other masterpieces are held inside the Vatican's great museums.
Like any other Italian city, the local food varies from region to region. In Rome, the trademark dishes are "cacio e pepe"—a deliciously simple pecorino cheese and pepper pasta—and "spaghetti carbonara."
Don't miss other landmarks like the iconic Trevi Fountain, the Borghese Gallery, or Piazza Navona and Piazza di Spagna. The weather is best between April and June, perfect for a walk or bike ride through Villa Borghese park.
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|Most popular time to visit||August-October|
|Cheapest time to visit||April-June|
|Local currency||€ 1 = $1.14|
|Average weekend price||$139 per night|
|Average weekday price||$149 per night|
|Average stay||2 nights|
Rome was awesome. Because of the Corona Virus, tourism is way down. There were no lines or waiting. Many shops were closed and we couldn't exchange dollars for Euros. We used our ATM card without a problem. If you are renting a car, beware of the following scam. Metered parking is a great deal--four euro for eight hours. ATAC gives tickets even when you are legal and your parking receipt is on the dash. The Capitol Police, the Metro Police, and the Carabinieri all told us the same thing, "ATAC are not cops, the ticket was wrong." ATAC told us if we wanted to fight the ticket to get a lawyer and fight it in court. We decided to pay the 30 Euro fine at a local Tabachichi (Tobacco Shop).
Came the end of a June after lockdown in Italy over. Still could not believe no one on the streets. Many hotels, resturants, cafes & shops still closed. Felt like I was on. Private tour of Rome. Still wearing masks and social distancing on buses and metros. Very sad , so many will not be able to enjoy Italy or Europe this summer.
A trip of a lifetime. We hired a private chauffeur and a Mercedes Benz to drive us around and show us the sights. I would recommend that to anyone. When there call Bruno. He does not speak english, but we were able to communicate with him by using the translate feature on our cell phone. Vatican City is a must see. The lines are long so come early. Make sure that the pope is not having mass.........if he is, the basilica will be closed. The basilica is awesome, we spent eight hours there. You can get lost in here. Mass is offered every hour on the hour. To me personally, the loud tourists were a major distraction.
if you are in Italy and did not visit Rome ! so consider yourself did not visit Italy. Rome City is full of history , monuments , when you visit the Colosseum you will feel yourself back in the old time of Romans in the stadium when the gladiators were fighting against lions ,, wow what a feeling . Fontana di Trevi , Pantheon , PIazza Navona , Vitican City , Roman Forum , il Vittoriano , Villa Borghese , ......etc best Ice Cream in the town at " Vinci and Melograno , Fresh pizza , spaghetti con le vongole !! wow very delicious italian food. do not miss visiting Rome.
Every rock here tells a story. - Be careful and watch your private stuff. Not very suitable for driving and parking anywhere in Big city - our rental car was scratched by someone right after after parking in the street parking area. Thousands of people everywhere around landmarks. + great food obviously
No doubt it's a world-class city, as known its incredibly busy and for this reason, I would not visit again, the heat is incredible and the thousands of men offering you sketchy bottled water doesn't help. The city has a cool neighbourhood Trastevere this is recommendable.
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