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Relax in wine bars and restaurants, take a walking tour and discover the famous Colosseum and other historic sites in one of Rome’s prominent districts.
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Listen to live music, try authentic Roman cuisine and stroll to Vatican City from this peaceful neighborhood in Rome.
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Discover one of Rome’s most densely populated residential areas and admire a spectacular 4th-century basilica and an Ancient Roman palace.
Capital cities are usually rich tapestries, stitched together with vibrant and colorful neighborhoods and communities. Explore the Rome area of Rome Historic Centre, 0.5 kilometres (0.3 miles) northeast of the capital's downtown.
Rome's numerous popular visitor attractions include the St. Peter's Basilica, Roman Forum and Colosseum.
In case you don't have any luck finding suitable Rome Historic Centre accommodation, you should also explore the hotels in Via del Babuino, a suburb that is located 0.4 kilometres (0.2 miles) to the west of central Rome Historic Centre. Another alternative is to make a reservation at a hotel in Rome, which is another Rome neighborhood.
Explore the Heart of Rome
As one of Europe’s oldest continuously occupied cities, Rome offers layers of history. It has witnessed empires rise and fall throughout the ages. People from all corners of the globe come here for pilgrimages, honeymoons, and academic pursuits. It is home to some of the greatest works of art by Michelangelo and Raphael. You’ll discover that people here tend to dress sharply, talk passionately, and move quickly. The streets are home to upscale shops, amazing restaurants, and breathtaking architecture. In fact, you can barely walk anywhere without tripping over a significant relic from history.
Rome enjoys perfect vacation weather throughout the year. Summers here tend to be warm, sunny, and slightly humid. Pack your wardrobe to accommodate temperatures of around 25 degrees Celsius in June, July, or August. Spring and fall offer great sightseeing conditions and temperatures near 15 degrees Celsius. The mild climate here allows for visitors to enjoy the city’s landmarks throughout the winter. In fact, snowfall is extremely rare. You can expect temperatures around 13 degrees Celsius in December, January, and February. With accommodating weather like this, you have no excuse not to make room in your schedule for a Roman holiday this year.
Essential Rome Attractions
Visits to the Pantheon, the Colosseum, the Spanish Steps, the Catacombs, and the Trevi Fountain will only scratch the surface of all the amazing things to see in Rome. Be sure that your stay in the city includes trips to the National Roman Museum, Villa Borghese, Piazzale Garibaldi, the Roman Forum, and Piazza del Popolo. While you’ll encounter plenty of ancient sites, you don’t need to dig very far to excavate great deals on Rome City Centre hotels. Trust us here at Expedia to connect you with amazing offers on hotels near important landmarks.
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Imagine writing postcards to all your friends back home as you sip a cappuccino at a café right outside the walls of Vatican City. Use our online travel tools right now to find exclusive rates at the luxury hotel of your dreams. We also have flights deals for Rome City Centre that will make it easy to squeeze a life-changing holiday into your budget this year. Rome may be timeless, but our offers won’t last forever. Reserve discounts that defy history on Expedia.ca today.