Where To Stay In Rome
What is the best place to stay in Rome and how to choose your accommodation in the Eternal City: best hotels, Airbnb, hostels, and the best areas to stay in…
Vesuvius is one of the most famous volcanoes in Europe, and it’s a must-see attraction in Campania. If you plan to visit Pompeii or Amalfi coast, don’t miss the opportunity to hike Mount Vesuvius. The volcano is known for the eruption in 79 AD when Pompeii, Herculaneum, and other towns were covered by the volcanic […]
The Jewish Ghetto is one of the most beautiful, but less known attractions of Rome. The neighborhood has a rich history. Nowadays it is full of boutique stores and kosher restaurants located alongside the historic buildings. Read more about Roman Ghetto on our website!
Today, Regola district is a lovely spot that tourists find attractive to visit, as it is usually not crowded and can offer a variety of sightseeing places. So, consider visiting Regola neighborhood if you are tired of the typical touristic places and want to explore the other side of the Ancient city. Read more on our website!
Parione is the VI rione of Rome, located in Municipio I. Its name exists from the area with huge ancient wall that most probably belonged to the Stadium of Domitianus. That wall’s nickname was Parietone (“big wall” in ancient Italian). Read more about Parione neighborhood on Rome.us
The name of the Ponte district literally translates as “bridge” from Italian. This is due to the Ponte Sant’Angelo that connects Ponte neighbourhood with the Borgo district. The bridge was built under the commission of the emperor Hadrianus in 134 AD and was aimed to connect Castel Sant’Angelo with the rest of the city. Read more about it on Rome.us
Located in-between Piazza Navona and famous Pantheon, Sant’Eustachio district is the heart of Roman historical center (centro storico). Nevertheless, despite its small size, this district attracts tourists for its high-end hotels and side streets lined with authentic Roman trattorias. Read more about Sant’Eustachio neighbourhood on Rome.us
Quartiere Coppedè is an unexpected and extraordinary neighborhood within the Trieste district in Rome. Its architecture is the mix of Ancient Greek, Medieval, Mannerist, Roman Baroque, and Art Nouveau styles. The principal inspiration is in the nature and the architect is Gino Coppedè, who was working on the quarter from the 1913 until his death in 1927. Read more about it on Rome.us
Colonna is one of the Roman Neighborhoods located right in the city center. Colonna district was named after the victory column in an honor of Emperor Marcus Aurelius that is placed on the main square (piazza) of the district. Read more about Colonna neighborhood on Rome.us
Campo Marzio is Roman district number four and a well known neighborhood among tourists for the placement of Piazza del Popolo and Piazza di Spagna. The center of luxury shopping and the most spectacular views of Rome, Campo Marzio also has a rich history that dates back to the Roman Empire. Read more about it on Rome.us
Read our ultimate guide to the best neighborhoods in Rome on our website! Campitelli district is considered to be the largest open-air museum out of all Roman districts with Colosseum, Arch of Constantine, Piazza del Campidoglio, and the Roman Forum located there!