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Rome is divided into neighbourhoods, most of which are named after the main attraction contained within the area. This can prove useful when trying to pick a place to stay. Bisected by the River Tiber, the city has a network of beautiful cobbled streets and boulevards leading to ornate bridges. Remember to take a map with you when you explore, especially if you want to visit some of the older neighbourhoods where winding streets and can cause confusion. With so much to see, the narrow winding streets and many historical sites are best experienced on foot, while public transport such as buses are the most practical option for covering longer distances.
Of course, getting lost is part of the charm in Rome. You’ll find yourself stumbling over unexpected treasures such as an underground bakery with cornetti fresh from the oven, or an archaeological dig in the middle of a busy street. It’s a city full of pleasant surprises.
No visit to Rome is complete without experiencing the numerous architectural and artistic sites. You'll find Renaissance marvels in the Vatican City, such as the Palazzo Senatorio and the Sistine Chapel. Check out baroque masterpieces, such as the magnificent St. Peter's Basilica, the Spanish Steps and the Trevi Fountain. The history goes all the way back to Roman times; be sure not to miss the Roman Forum and the magnificent Colosseum. And don’t forget to keep yourself fuelled with a delicious Italian coffee in one of the many squares such as Piazza Navona. If you're short on time, most of Rome's popular attractions are covered in the Rome in One Day tour.
In addition to opera and other music, football and architecture, the Romans are also famous lovers of food and wine, and you can also easily carve an unforgettable culinary journey through the Italian capital. Everywhere in Rome you’ll find fine Italian food and 'vino' in abundance. The classic dish is Spaghetti Carbonara, but Roman cuisine extends far beyond just pasta, with fresh vegetables, meat and cheese taking centre stage. Simple and tasty dishes based on what is available in season.
Once you’ve explored the city, do what the locals do. Find a spot to sit with a delicious gelato (Italian ice cream) and watch the afternoon sky turn pink. You know what they say, “when in Rome”.
This hotel is linked by the skywalk to a moving walkway to all the airport terminals; links to the train station and a free shuttle to the city centre.
This family-friendly Fiumicino hotel is located on the waterfront, within a 15-minute walk of Teatro Traiano, Stabilimento Balneare Tirreno, and Mediterraneo Beach. Villa Guglielmi and Gelateria Naturale Polo Nord are also within 2 mi (3 km).
Central Rome hotel housed in a late 19th-century building retaining much Imperial grandeur, 500 metres from Quirinale Palace and one kilometre from the Colosseum.
This family-friendly Fiumicino hotel is located on the waterfront, within 2 mi (3 km) of Necropoli di Porto and Basilica di S.Ippolito e Antiquarium. Roman Ruins of Ostia Antica and Associazione Culturale Affabulazione are also within 3 mi (5 km).
Situated near the airport, this hotel is 6.2 mi (9.9 km) from Mediterraneo Beach and within 12 mi (20 km) of Roman Ruins of Ostia Antica and da Vinci Market Central. Point Break and Mediterranea are also within 12 mi (20 km).
Located in Rome's Quirinale district, this hotel draws a mix of tourists to its doors, which are 1 block from Teatro dell'Opera and a 5 minute walk to the Termini Station.
Situated near the airport, this hotel is within 1 mi (2 km) of Teatro Traiano, Villa Guglielmi, and Stabilimento Balneare Tirreno. Mediterraneo Beach and Porto di Traiano are also within 2 mi (3 km).