Hotels in Rome

Hotels in Rome offer luxurious accommodations in a locale nicknamed “The Eternal City”. Known for its historic sites, its architecture, its fountains, its museums, its festivals, its cuisine and its Catholicism, Rome has been a major human settlement for nearly 3,000 years. Some of Rome’s famous inventions include numerals, the newspaper, modern sewer systems, archways, air conditioning and surgical tools. Famous Roman inhabitants included Augustus, Julius Caesar and Vergil, to name a few. Plan to spend at least 3 days in Rome, and keep in mind that there are lots of tourists in the city, especially at the Vatican. Hotels in Rome are some of the best in Italy. Before we get to hotels in Rome, let’s take a look at some background information on the area to help you along the way.

The story of Romulus and Remus dates the founding of Rome to around 753 BC. Stretching across Europe and into northern Africa and the Middle East, the Roman Empire lasted from 27 BC to 1453 AD. During its time, the Roman Empire was arguably the world’s most influential. Some of the Roman Empire’s greatest emperors include Augustus, who transformed Rome from a republic to an empire, Trajan, who extended the empire’s boundaries to the east, and Marcus Aurelius, one of the most respected emperors in Roman history and a believer in Stoicism. On the flip-side, some of the Roman Empire’s worst emperors include Caligula, a cruel and unpredictable leader who allegedly had incestuous relations with his sister and cross-dressed, Nero, Caligula’s nephew who murdered his mother and is said to have played the fiddle while Rome burned, and Commodus, the blood-thirsty son of Marcus Aurelius who was assassinated at age 31. Today, remnants of the Roman Empire still stand, most notably the Colosseum, which was capable of seating 60,000 spectators.

Italy’s capital and a special commune, Rome has a population of over 2.8 million people. Located in central-west Italy along the Tiber River, Rome has within its limits Vatican City, which is the smallest country in the world. Rome enjoys a Mediterranean climate, with mild temperatures throughout the year. Summer high temperatures average in the mid-80s degrees Fahrenheit. On average, Rome hosts between 7 and 10 million tourists per year, who travel to see Rome’s historical architecture, art, natural beauty and villas. Major points of interest  include Roman ForumPantheonTrajan’s MarketCircus MaximusBaths of CaracallaCastel Sant’AngeloMausoleum of AugustusArca PacisArch of ConstantinePyramid of CestiusTemple of AesculapiusTrevi Fountaintalking statues of RomePiazza del PopoloPonte Vittorio Emanuele IIParco della MusicaTeatro dell’Opera di RomaSpanish StepsOstia Lido BeachMAXXI and Olympic Stadium. Popular foods include Carbonara, Allesso di Bollito, or simmered beef dishes, Cacio e Pepe, Maritozzi, Porchetta, Pizza and Gelato, to name a few. Drinks include Vino Rosso, Prosecco, Negroni, Campari, Limoncello, Grappa and for happy hour, Apertivo. Now that we have some background information, it’s time for hotels in Rome that will help make for an outstanding trip.

 

 

 

Hotel Artemide

Via Nazionale 22

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Set in a 19th-century building, Hotel Artemide boasts free mini-bars, free WiFi, a spa, a sauna, a hot tub, a Turkish bath, air conditioning, contemporary decor, flat-screen TVs, tea and coffee making facilities, a buffet breakfast, a lounge bar and a rooftop restaurant and bar with panoramic city views. Near here you may find Ambrosia Rooftop Restaurant & Bar, The Gelatist (ice cream shop), The Flann O’Brien (Irish pub), St. Paul’s Within the Walls (Episcopal church), Verde Pistacchio Roma (ice cream shop), Geox (shoe store), Al Viminale Restaurant, Alice Pizza and more.

This location is 0.1 miles from Teatro dell’Opera di Roma, 0.2 miles from Palazzo delle Esposizioni, Piazza della Repubblica, Chiesa di Santa Susanna alle Terme di Diocleziano and National Museum of Rome, 0.4 miles from Roma Termini, 0.7 miles from Piazza di Spagna, Roman Forum and The Colosseum and 8.6 miles from Rome Ciampino Airport.

Approximate cost per night (junior suite): $601

Cost per person (four people): $150

 

 

 

The RomeHello

Via Torino, 45, Central Station

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Piazza della Repubblica

The RomeHello features free WiFi, a garden, desks, air conditioning, flat-screen TVs and a buffet breakfast. Caffè Torino (cafe), La Congrega Bistrot (bistro), FO.MI.SA. srl (army and navy surplus store), Bar Pasticceria (bar), Oratorio Bistrot (bistro), Chiesa di S. Bernardo (church), laFeltrinelli Librerie (book store) and more are in the vicinity.

From here Chiesa di Santa Susanna alle Terme di Diocleziano and Piazza della Repubblica are 0.1 miles, Teatro dell’Opera di Roma, National Museum of Rome and Embassy of the United States are 0.3 miles, Roma Termini is 0.4 miles, Trevi Fountain and Piazza di Spagna are 0.6 miles and Rome Ciampino Airport is 8.8 miles.

Approximate cost per night: $176

 

 

 

Hotel Eden

Via Ludovisi 49, Via Veneto

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Sistina Theatre

With a rooftop terrace, a Michelin-starred restaurant, free WiFi, classic Italian furnishings, satellite LED TVs, mini-bars, air conditioning and city views, Hotel Eden is close to Il Giardino Bar (bar), La Terrazza (restaurant), Bocache & Salvucci (shoe store), Sant’Isidoro a Capo le Case (church), Swiss Institute in Rome (cultural center) and more.

Embassy of the United States, Sistina Theatre, Piazza Barberini, Trinita dei Monti and Spanish Steps are 0.2 miles, Trevi Fountain is 0.4 miles, Roma Termini is 0.8 miles, Roman Forum is 1 mile, Campo de’ Fiori is 1.1 miles and Rome Ciampino Airport is 9.1 miles from this hotel.

Approximate cost per night (classic suite): $2,225

 

 

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Cola di Rienzo Luxury Penthouse

Via Cola di Rienzo 217, Vaticano Prati

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Piazza del Risorgimento

With free WiFi, a flat-screen TV in every room, air conditioning, chromotherapy lights, free toiletries, steam showers, hot tubs, saunas, multi functional showers and international breakfast, Cola di Rienzo Penthouse is located near Girodolio (sandwich shop), MAT & SIMON (boutique), PAM (supermarket), Ottaviani (bar), Luisa Spangnoli (women’s clothing store), Bertozzini Perfumery, Abitart Roma (women’s clothing store), Castroni (gourmet grocery store), Marinella Pizza, Studio Yoga Jaya, Flower Burger (vegan restaurant), Hiromi Cake and more.

This location is 0.3 miles from Piazza del Risorgimento, Ottaviano Metro Station and Lepanto Metro Station, 0.4 miles from Adriano Theatre, Castel Sant’Angelo, Piazza Cavour and St. Angelo Bridge, 0.5 miles from Vittorio Emanuele II Bridge, Santo Spirito General Hospital, Vatican Museums and St Peter’s Square, 0.6 miles from St. Peter’s Basilica, 0.8 miles from Piazza Navona, 1.6 miles from Roman Forum, 1.9 miles from Stadio Olimpico and The Colosseum and 13.4 miles from Fiumicino Airport.

Approximate cost per night: $288

Cost per person (four people): $73

 

 

 

Eve Penthouse Colosseo

Via di San Giovanni in Laterano 28, Rione Monti

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The Coliseum Rome Italy

Just 350 feet from, and featuring amazing views of, the Coliseum, Eve Penthouse Colosseo features 2 bedrooms, free WiFi, a dishwasher, an oven, a flat-screen TV and an iPod docking station. It can be found close to Pane & Vino (sandwich shop), Contrario (Italian restaurant), Wineconcept (wine bar), Numen Art Gallery & Cocktail Bar, Ristorante Crab, Baker Boss, Divin Ostilla (Italian restaurant), Gelateria da Costanza (ice cream shop), Grammo Bistro Ar Ceilo (restaurant), del Monte’s (Italian restaurant) and more.

From here Domus Aurea and The Coliseum Rome Italy are 0.1 miles, Colosseo Metro Station and Arch of Costantine are 0.2 miles, Sacred Road is 0.3 miles, Palatine Hill, Cavour Metro Station, Santa Maria ai Monti, Brancaccio Theatre and Piazza della Madonna dei Monti are 0.4 miles, Roman Forum is 0.5 miles, Roma Termini is 0.8 miles, Castel Sant’Angelo is 1.7 miles, St. Peter’s Basilica is 2.2 miles and Fiumicino Airport is 14.2 miles.

Approximate cost per night: $275

Cost per person (six people): $45

 

 

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Spanish Steps Luxury Penthouse

Via Del Tritone 94, Trevi

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Piazza Barberini Rome

Featuring air conditioning, city views, free WiFi, a fully-equipped kitchen and a coffee machine, Spanish Steps Luxury Penthouse is found near The Gelatist Via del Tritone (ice cream shop), Gagosian (art gallery), Gunther (ice cream shop), Crispi 19 (seafood restaurant), Trecaffe, Hostaria Romana (Roman restaurant), Colline Emiliane (restaurant), Alimentari (supermarket) and more.

Sistina Theatre, Piazza Barberini Rome and Barberini Metro Station are 0.1 miles, Quirinale Palace and Trevi Fountain are 0.2 miles, Trinita dei Monti, Via dei Crociferi, La Rinascente, Spanish Steps, Piazza di Spagna and Via Condotti are 0.3 miles, Roman Forum is 0.7 miles, Piazza Navona and Roma Termini are 0.8 miles, Campo de’ Fiori and The Colosseum are 0.9 miles, Stadio Olimpico is 2.7 miles and Fiumicino Airport is 14.3 miles from this locale.

Approximate cost per night (penthouse apartment): $597

Cost per person (twelve people): $50

 

 

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Viale delle Milizie Penthouse

Viale delle Milizie 142, Vaticano Prati

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Vatican Museums Official Site

Housed in a 1930 building, Viale delle Milizie Penthouse has air conditioning, a terrace, city views, free WiFi, a flat-screen TV, a fully-equipped kitchen and a washing machine. Dolce Maniera (cake shop), Ristorante Nicò, Caffè dell’Arco (espresso bar), Luma Bistrò (Italian restaurant), Sfiziarte (sandwich shop), Il Colibrì (Roman restaurant), Jet lag, Pizzeria Pummarella, Tommi’s Burger Joint, Four Green Fields (Irish pub) and more are all within range.

From here Ottaviano Metro Station is 0.2 miles, Vatican Museums Official Site and Piazza del Risorgimento are 0.3 miles, Cipro Metro Station is 0.5 miles, Lepanto Metro Station, The Vatican, St Peter’s Square and St. Peter’s Basilica are 0.6 miles, Castel Sant’Angelo and Santo Spirito General Hospital are 0.8 miles, Piazza Navona is 1.2 miles, Via Condotti is 1.3 miles, Roman Forum is 2 miles, PalaLottomatica Arena is 5.9 miles and Fiumicino Airport is 13.3 miles.

Approximate cost per night: $175

 

 

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Penthouse Navona Bramante

Corsia Agonale, Navona

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Santa Maria della Pace Rome

Penthouse Novana Bramante has a terrace, free WiFi, a living room with a flat-screen TV, a Blu-ray player and a fully-equipped kitchen  Chiostro Del Bramante (bar), Cantina Belsiana al Fico, Drink Art Gallery (cocktail bar), La Saletta (karaoke bar), Etablì (lounge), Vega Food Roma (restaurant), Solopasta (restaurant), Ex Circus (bistro), Risotteria Melotti Roma (rice restaurant), The Shape Salon, Pasticceria Roma (bar), Rosamunda’s (pizza restaurant), Gelateria I Tre Archi (sundae restaurant) and more.

You’ll see Piazza Navona within feet, Embassy of Brazil and Santa Maria della Pace Rome 0.1 miles, Sant’Agostino, Piazza della Rotonda, Pantheon, Santa Maria Maddalena and Torre Argentina 0.2 miles, Campo de’ Fiori and Teatro Argentina 0.3 miles, Castel Sant’Angelo, Trevi Fountain and Via Condotti 0.5 miles, Piazza di Spagna 0.6 miles, Roman Forum 0.8 miles and Fiumicino Airport 13.5 miles from this locale.

Approximate cost per night: $156

Cost per person (four people): $39

 

 

 

Spagna Glamour Life Penthouse

Via Angelo Brunetti 37, Spagna

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Piazza del Popolo Rome

Spagna Glamour Life Penthouse offers parquet floors, a terrace with a dining area and scenic views, a fully-equipped kitchen, a coffee machine and a flat-screen TV. It can be found close to Bartorelli Hair Couture (hair salon), Rokko (Japanese restaurant), Casa Ripetta (Italian restaurant), Ristorante Ad Hoc (restaurant), Sartoria Ripense (dressmaker), La Buca di Ripetta (restaurant), PataPinsa (restaurant), Il Grifone (clothing store), Antica Macelleria Annibale (butcher shop), Brand Poggi (art supply store), Jean Louis David (hair salon), Antica Osteria Brunetti (restaurant), David Hamilton (boutqiue) and more.

Piazza del Popolo Rome is 0.1 miles, Piazzale Flaminio, Pincian Hill, Flaminio Metro Station, Ara Pacis and Via Margutta are 0.2 miles, Flaminio Train Station and Adriano Theatre are 0.3 miles, Piazza Cavour and Via Condotti are 0.4 miles, Trevi Fountain and Piazza Navona are 0.7 miles, Vatican Museums and St. Peter’s Basilica are 1.1 miles, The Colosseum is 1.6 miles and Fiumicino Airport is 14 miles from this location.

Approximate cost per night: $335

Cost per person (six people): $56

 

 

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Penthouse Cardello Colosseum

Via dar Cardello 16

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Palatine Hill Rome

Occupying a 19th century building, Penthouse Cardello Colosseum offers 3 bedrooms, free WiFi, air conditioning, a terrace, a flat-screen TV, a dining area, a fully-equipped kitchen, a balcony with city views and bicycle rental service. Encaustic Art, Le Terme del Colosseo (Italian restaurant), Iari The Vino (restaurant), La Prezzemolina (pizza restaurant), The Sweet Life (ice cream shop) and more are in the vicinity.

This building is 0.1 miles from Colosseo Metro Station, Regia and Santa Maria ai Monti, 0.2 miles from Via Sacra, Piazza della Madonna dei Monti, The Colosseum, Arch of Constantine, Church San Domenico, Palatine Hill Rome and Angelicum Pontifical University of St. Thomas Aquinas, 0.3 miles from Roman Forum, 0.7 miles from Trevi Fountain, 0.8 miles from Roma Termini, 0.9 miles from Campo de’ Fiori, 1.4 miles from Castel Sant’Angelo and 14 miles from Fiumicino Airport.

Approximate cost per night (three bedroom): $368

Cost per person (seven people): $53

 

 

 

Piazza Barberini Penthouse

Piazza Barberini 45

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Spanish Steps Rome Italy

Piazza Barberini Penthouse has free WiFi, air conditioning, a flat-screen TV, a kitchenette, an electric kettle and a coffee machine. It’s near Charlotte (restaurant), Pesceria Barberini (seafood restaurant), Gino Bar, Alice Pizza, Red Square (restaurant), Enoteca Giampiccolo Roma (wine bar), Fraschetteria (restaurant), Barberini Scooters For Rent, Grocery Store, Ristorante All’Ombra Del Quirinale (Italian restaurant) and more.

Barberini Metro Station and Piazza Barberini are within feet, Sistina Theatre is 0.1 miles, Quirinale Palace is 0.2 miles, Embassy of the United States, Chiesa di Santa Susanna alle Terme di Diocleziano, Palazzo delle Esposizioni, Trevi Fountain and Trinita dei Monti are 0.3 miles, Spanish Steps Rome Italy are Piazza di Spagna are 0.4 miles, Roma Termini is 0.7 miles, Roman Forum is 0.8 miles, Piazza Navona and The Colosseum are 0.9 miles, Vatican Museums is 1.8 miles and Fiumicino Airport is 14.4 miles from this property.

Approximate cost per night (royal suite): $582

Cost per person (four people): $142

 

 

 

 

So there you have them, hotels in Rome that are sure to help make for a fantastic trip. We hope you have found your perfect Rome accommodation and most importantly, that you enjoy your time in Italy!

27 Replies to “Hotels in Rome”

  1. What a large array of facilities you have presented. As well as the proximity to places of interest as well as stores and other conveniences a traveller can ever want. 

    I have visited Italy, and especially Rome, several times. On one visit near the Coliseum I was almost had my wallet stolen by a gaggle of 12 year old gypsy boys. I managed to get my hand into my pocket just in time to feel one of the boys hands inside there. Of course they ran away once they failed in their attempt. Looking for their next victim no doubt. One needs to be careful.

    I love penthouses as they provide a feeling of space as well as having great views of the surroundings. Any of these facilities would work wonderfully for me. 

    You didn’t talk about the actual price range of these properties. I would have appreciated some price comparisons too. I know I could find that out by going to their respective websites. May I ask why you didn’t?  

    Oh, I wish I was catching the next fight to Rome! 

    1. Hi Edwin, your advice is very helpful, thank you! Pricing depends on a lot of factors, most notably proximity to traveling relative to booking, but your comments will be taken into consideration. Happy travels to you!

  2. I’m VERY interested in traveling to Rome, Italy in the next couple months. I’m impressed with the Cola di Rienzo Luxury Penthouse, I will definitely be trying to stay there at least a couple nights! The other penthouse that caught my eye was the Trastevere Charming Penthouse. It is sleek and contemporary. When you go to Italy I think it is important to stay in luxury hotels because it’s a once in a lifetime opportunity. All the penthouses you’ve listed are extremely appealing, and I can’t wait to go to Rome! Thank you so much!

    1. Hi Katy and thank you for your kind comments! So glad you were able to narrow down a couple of your favorites. Best wishes to you on your Rome trip 😌

  3. Thanks so much for the pictures of the penthouses and your attention to detail. I find your website very addictive. 

    I think if I have to choose one it would be the Piazza Barberini. I chose this one because of the fact that it has a lot of bedrooms and I was planning a trip for the entire family.

    I also wanted to rent the scooters and go see the palace.The list of restaurants helps give a variety of options for food.

     I really thank you for allowing me to see all my options and be able to make a choice depending on what I want my vacation to be.

    Blessings,

    Lynda

    1. Hi Lynda, glad to hear you found a particular interest in Piazza Barberini. Multiple bedrooms is one of the features that makes penthouses so great. Thank you again for stopping by!

  4. Hello, I really appreciate your time and effort on writing about all these great places to go to in Rome which is probably the place I will take my wife to on our honeymoon. I especially like the Viale delle Milizie Penthouse with it’s amazing city views. The outdoor patio is a great place to have a glass of wine and spend some time with friends.
    The way you laid it out is perfect and informative. Thanks for this article.

    1. Hello Son, thank you for the comments! Glad to hear you are considering Rome for your honeymoon, excellent choice. Happy travels and congratulations 😊

  5. I must say your website is a boon for travelers as you make it so easy for them to make the correct choices by doing the research and saving the time and hassle for them.

    It would have been great if you would have mentioned the price of each of the penthouses in your list. It would have helped to finalize the respective penthouse.

    However, can you please let me know what’s the best way to find out the individual price of the penthouses mentioned in your post? And what sort of discounts or promotional offers are available and whats the best way one I can get them?

    Thanks

    Nick

    1. Hi Nick and thank you for the comments! Pricing depends on on when you are booking and how much availability there is. Supply and demand does play a role. Sometimes there will be discounts posted on the site but most of the time pricing is consistent. Thanks again for stopping by!

  6. This is another great article from pentrental. Have I admitted before that this is one of my favorite website? I like how you bring us amazing spaces and ideas of where our next holiday destination could be. They always give me a feeling of what life on the other side of the world is.

    Spagna Glamour Life Penthouse looks a dream vacation house. I love how all these places have great amenities like fully furnished rooms and of course, the scenic views. This will complete any visit for sure.

    Thank you so much for the amazing reviews.

  7. I have never been to Rome but it is one of those historical places I would love to see one day.  The penthouses you present besides having lovely views are close to many tourist attractions as well as needed services.  They look lovely and would make guests feel like they were living in palace rooms.  It would be a way to spoil themselves for a short duration.

  8. What a fascinating selection of modern and exquisite accommodations provided by these penthouses. It is going to be a hard choice to decide which one is going to the best. I see that some of them are air-conditioned, can you tell me what kind of temperatures to expect there in Rome in the summertime?  We are planning a trip next year so we need to know what clothes will be the best to wear on our trip. Thank you for giving us a preview of what to expect for accommodations when we travel.

    1. Thank you Kenneth! Rome summers are quite pleasant with average highs in the upper 70s and average lows in the mid-60s, so shorts and t-shirts throughout the day should suit you just fine.

  9. I have been to Rome once in 2026 on a tourist trip and really it was the first time I did that. I didn’t know it could be boring bit it didn’t stop the fact that Rome is a very beautiful place to be in. I really loved gazing at the beauty in it’s entirety. From the list you have here, I love the Via Cola di Rienzo 217, Vaticano Prati. It has everything that I need around it. Makes it look easy for me to just want to go there already. Thanks for sharing.

  10. Oh my! Italy has always been a place of the beauties and wonders to me because it harboured the gods. However, that has nothing to do with the various beauties of the penthouses present in here around. It has some really magnifying strictures and I kind of really like those. Well! I think they would be worthwhile to checkout anytime I visit Italy next

    1. Harboured the gods, that is awesome Ella. Hopefully you get to check out these hotels in Rome in Italy very soon and thank you for the comments!

  11. Hello, I am a lover of traveling and site seeing and Italy is one place that has a lot of places to go. I once visited Turin and as a difficult time getting an hotel and this time i am not making that mistake again. Rome has some really nice hotels and i and really drawn to these hotels by what they have to offer and the comfort i can get for staying there. The Via Cola di Rienzo 217, Vaticano Prati is a really nice place and love the Wifi available there. 

    1. HI Benson and thanks for the comments. Cola di Rienzo Luxury Penthouse is a fine choice with its flat-screen TVs, air conditioning, chromotherapy lights, steam showers, hot tubs, saunas, international breakfast with fresh produce and yes, free WiFi! Thanks for checking out these hotels in Rome in Italy and happy travels!

  12. Hi there,

    I really liked Eve Penthouse Colosseo. It has a marvelous location and the price is super affordable. I’m a photographer and I can imagine myself taking tons of pictures from that balcony down to the Coliseum. This has excited me.

    Thank you very much for this nice list of options. You’ve helped me to choose one I will enjoy very much!

    1. Hi Ann 🙂 Eve Penthouse Colosseo located just 350 feet from The Coliseum Rome Italy has free WiFi, a fully-equipped kitchen, a flat-screen TV, an iPod docking station and a sun terrace, making it a fine choice indeed. Its location alone makes it one of our top hotels in Rome in Italy choices. Glad to see your excitement and hope to see you again soon!

  13. Hello, such a nice and informative article. Thanks for taking out time to writie on such an amazing article. All these are indeed nice places one could actually visit in Rome, you’ve succeeded in making once journey a very easy and less stressful one by outlining these beautiful places with great features and qualities. I love the Viale delle Milizie Penthouse with it’s amazing city views. Thanks for this article.

    1. Sheddy you’re welcome and thanks for the comments. Glad you appreciate the places to visit in Rome as well as Viale delle Milizie Penthouse. It’s a fine choice!

  14. Rome is indeed the eternal city and even though I have been living on the outskirts of Rome now for more than ten years, you have mentioned places here that I have not heard of before. I will certainly use your guide and tips the next time I do go into the city. 

    If you only have a short time in the city, I would recommend you use the hop-on-hop-off bus as a start, and then you can go back to the sites that you want to see again. Rome is a fairly small city and many parts can be reached on foot by walking from one attraction to the next. Rome is a city that must be seen at night as well. Great post.

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