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Ah, Rome. The call of “The Eternal City” has long lingered in your mind, and for years you’ve made and broken plans to walk its legendary streets. Why wait any longer? Get to know the capital of Italy like no other tourist that has come before you by discovering Rome vacation rentals. These are not average hotel rooms; they are private apartments and homes, ready to make you feel welcome when you arrive for your Italian escape. When you claim one of these spots as your own, you’ll see Rome from an entirely different perspective—that of her citizens.
Short-term apartment rentals in Rome are the perfect jumping-off point for your exploration of this fabled city. Follow in the footsteps of gladiators by touring the Coliseum, marvel at the curving lines of the Tempietto, and toss a coin into the Trevi fountain. Instead of returning to an impersonal hotel room at the end of the day, you’ll head back to a warm, homey vacation rental. Take advantage of your quarters and really live like a Roman: visit the Il Trattore, an open-air market where you can purchase all manner of fresh produce. Bring it back to your rental kitchen and cook up an Italian meal. Risotto, anyone?
This is your dream vacation—why spend it in a hotel with hundreds or thousands of other guests? Your Italian getaway should be yours and yours alone; make it so by booking vacation rentals in Rome through Expedia. We make securing the perfect accommodation easy: Just search for the property that suits you and book securely. It’s that simple. Once you’ve made your reservations, you’re free to focus on the fun stuff, like studying your Italian cookbooks and figuring out which historic spots to snap photos of first.
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