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Rome

The Pantheon, the Colosseum, the Trevi Fountain, the Spanish Steps… when that list just touches on some of Rome’s treasures, is it any wonder that Italy contains the most World Heritage sites of any nation on Earth?

Rome attracts millions of tourists each year, supplementing a growing expat population, people from all over the world, who have dreams of riding scooters, eating gelato and falling in love in one of Europe’s most iconic cities. Whether you want to be in the heart of the action or would rather escape to a local neighbourhood, Italy’s capital has plenty of places on offer to make your Roman dreams come true.

Centro Storico

For first-time visitors to Rome, the Centro Storico – Historic Centre – is a good area to be based. Home to the Pantheon and the splendours of Piazza Navona, this is the Rome of your imaginings. All the major sights, including the Spanish Steps, the Colosseum and the bustling Campo de’ Fiori market are within walking distance. It is a veritable warren of streets, filled with baroque and renaissance palaces, churches, antiques shops and cafes. As you might expect, this area is the main draw for tourists, so it can be incredibly crowded and budget hotels are like gold dust. However there are a few cheaper options outside of peak season, and nowhere can match it for historic atmosphere.

Trastavere

Located on the other side of the Tiber River, Trastavere was, for a long time, a simple, working-class district that barely attracted other Romans, let alone visitors. Now though, thanks to an expat population studying at the two American universities and a period of gentrification, it attracts a great deal more tourism. It is still a slightly less frantic experience than the Centro Storico, and it easily has the better restaurants. It boasts plenty of beautiful churches of its own, and accommodation here can be found for a fraction of the price compared to the Centro Storico, with double rooms starting from around €30.

Aventino-Testaccio

This district, named for two hills, is located to the south of the Colusseum area. Aventino is one of the Seven Hills of Rome, while Testaccio is a man-made hill, formed by piles and piles of discarded Roman terracotta. Nowadays, this is very much a local neighbourhood, with traditional restaurants attracting local clients rather than tourists, so it’s a great place to escape the crowds. The hilltop position gives wonderful views across Rome. The Keyhole View, on the Aventine Hill, offers a particularly beautiful view of the Vatican. It’s easily accessible: 20 minutes on foot to Campo de’ Fiori, or you can hop on the 271 bus from Piramide to get right into the Centro Storico. There is a range of guest houses and hotels to suit different budgets.

Vatican City

While there aren’t any places to stay within the Vatican City itself, unless you happen to be a close personal friend of the Pope, the tiny state (it measures just 0.5km square) is surrounded by hotels and B&Bs. Whether you’re planning a trip focussed on the Vatican, or you just want a convenient central location, this area fits the bill. The Centro Storico is just across the river, an easy 15-minute walk, and there is plenty of accommodation to suit every budget.

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x The average starting price for a place to stay in Rome is £54 per night.

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Capricci Romani

Via Di Porta Castello 33

Outstanding 100%
Free Breakfast
Air Conditioning
Budget From £38 per night

Vecchia Roma Resort

Via della Fonte di Fauno, 4

Outstanding 100%
Free WiFi
Free Breakfast
Air Conditioning
Budget From £26 per night

B&B Oasi

Via Principe Amedeo, 85/a

Outstanding 100%
Free WiFi
Air Conditioning
Budget From £24 per night
belrusbird The location of the property is good - close to train station but quiet. The hostess speaks little English, but is very nice and caring. The first night we didn't have a/c because as she said the remote was broken, but we asked her to do smth about this. The next day she brought us the remote. Rooms are clean and cleaned daily. Breakfast is ok, last two days out of four we had proscuto and fruits besides regular things. I would stay there again.

Next Door Guest House

Via Nomentana 316

Outstanding 100%
Budget From £23 per night

B&B Gli Artisti

Via Degli Scipioni 53

Outstanding 100%
Free WiFi
Free Breakfast
Air Conditioning
Budget From £24 per night

Daysleeper B&B

Via Giovanni Giolitti, 375

Outstanding 100%
Free Breakfast
Budget From £39 per night

Rooms For You

Via Tiburtina 147

Outstanding 100%
Free WiFi
Free Breakfast
Air Conditioning
Budget From £24 per night

Guest House Scriva

via Francesco Pacelli, 14

Outstanding 100%
Budget From £26 per night

OnTime B&B

Via Rimini, 16

Outstanding 100%
Free WiFi
Free Breakfast
Air Conditioning
Budget From £21 per night

Cassiodoro 19

Via Cassiodoro 19

Outstanding 100%
Air Conditioning
Budget From £40 per night

Teatime

Viale Giulio Cesare, 71

Outstanding 100%
Free WiFi
Air Conditioning
Budget From £38 per night

De Guestibus

Via Tuscolana 1256

Outstanding 100%
Air Conditioning
P24 Hour Reception
Budget From £38 per night

La casa felice a San Pietro

Salita di Monte del Gallo, 25

Outstanding 100%
Free Breakfast
Air Conditioning
P24 Hour Reception
Budget From £37 per night

Gregory Place Fine Vatican Suites

Via Gregorio VII 186

Outstanding 100%
Free Breakfast
Air Conditioning
Budget From £38 per night

Arches Inn

Piazza Francesco Morosini N.12

Outstanding 100%
Free Breakfast
Budget From £40 per night

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