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Italy's enchanting capital sits on the shores of the Tiber river and contains some of the world's most beautiful examples of Renaissance and Baroque art and architecture. It also offers some of Europe's finest cuisine, hottest nightlife and chicest shopping.

Stay in Rome for a few days, experience modern life amid the ancient monuments and you'll soon understand why it's called the Eternal City.



Rome's historic centre is a UNESCO World Heritage Site characterised by expansive boulevards, public squares and labyrinthine cobblestone streets that house some of the city's best restaurants and upscale hotels. Although the city is officially divided into rioni (neighbourhoods), Romans will often refer to locations based on their proximity to the closest piazza or monument.

On the east side of the Tiber you'll find many of Rome's major sights including the Colosseum, the Pantheon and the Trevi Fountain. The area is full of chic shopping streets, lively public squares like Piazza Navona, known for its street artists, and the vibrant Campo de' Fiori district, packed with bars and restaurants.

On the west side of the river you'll find Vatican City as well as the lively Trastevere neighbourhood, which houses the Romanesque Basilica of Santa Maria.

Top attractions in Rome

Vatican City holds some of Rome's most notable cultural attractions, like St. Peter's Basilica and the Vatican Museums with the Sistine Chapel. On Sundays, often the Pope conducts mass in St. Peter's Basilica. Admission is free, but you need tickets.

You can't come to Rome and miss the Colosseum. This feat of engineering served primarily as a venue for gladiatorial battles and public spectacles until the 5th century.

From the Colosseum, a short walk takes you to the Roman Forum, once the heart of Ancient Rome. The Pantheon, a building that dates back to roughly 128 AD and is one of the world's best preserved examples of ancient Roman architecture, is a 15-minute stroll from here.

The Spanish Steps, which connect the Piazza di Spagna with the elegant Trinità dei Monti church, are a popular spot to enjoy Rome's hustle and bustle. If the crowd is too much, a short stroll from the church takes you to the elegant parks of Villa Medici and the Pincio. From here, a bridge over a busy road allows you to enter Villa Borghese. This massive public park is dubbed the "park of museums" because in and around it are many galleries including the National Gallery of Modern Art.

Another major attraction for sightseers is the enormous Il Vittoriano. This white marble monument was built in honour of King Vittorio Emanuele II and dominates the Piazza Venezia and Rome's skyline.

The concierge recommends…

  • Strolling past the the Trevi Fountain. Lore dictates that if you turn your back to the fountain and toss a coin over your left shoulder using your right hand, you will visit Rome again.
  • Buying art in Piazza Navona, a Baroque square built atop a stadium. Here you'll find sketches and watercolours by local and international artists, as well as Bernini's famous Fontana dei Quattro Fiumi.
  • An especially green city, Rome is filled with public parks, nature reserves, villas and lush landscaped gardens ideal for an impromptu picnic or family outing.

Hotels in Rome

Rome and its suburbs have hotels to suit every budget and style, from upscale accommodation in the city centre to budget-friendly properties close to major thoroughfares.

The city centre is the ideal setting if you want to be surrounded by history. You'll be steps away from the Vatican and close to trendy night-life spots around Campo de' Fiori or traditional trattorias in Trastevere.

Well-connected to Rome's Leonardo Da Vinci Airport (FCO), hotels close to Magliana, Pisana or Aurelia business districts are ideal for business and leisure travellers alike. Nature-lovers will find peace from the buzz in nearby parks like Villa Doria Pamphili and Riserva Naturale della Tenuta dei Massimi.

Accommodation on the east of Rome is close to the A1 motorway and the city's ring road, the Grande Raccordo Anulare. This is a practical location if you are visiting by car or as a base for trips out of the city.

Eating Out in Rome

Much like the rest of the country, Rome's gastronomy relies on seasonal, local ingredients and dishes which have been around for generations. Pizza and gelato are popular foods that are easy to come by. Roman cuisine is also noted for using pancetta and guanciale (cured pork jowl) to enhance natural flavours.

With a focus on simple dishes and Frascati wines, few local experiences are more enjoyable than eating at an authentic Roman trattoria. Testaccio and Monti are hip neighbourhoods frequented by in-the-know locals. Here you'll find traditional Roman dishes like spaghetti alla carbonara, oxtail stew and fritti, lightly battered and fried vegetables.

For an upscale dining experience, head to the Villa Borghese district. You can enjoy a sophisticated lunch at Caffè delle Arti at the National Gallery of Modern Art or sit down to a stylish meal at Il Fellini, where typical Roman dishes are reinterpreted with innovative techniques.

The chef recommends...

  • Bucatini all'Amatriciana: Long, thick and hollow pasta (think thick spaghetti), tossed with spicy tomato sauce and crispy pancetta.
  • Carciofi alla romana: Melt-in-your-mouth artichokes braised in water, white wine and olive oil.
  • Supplì: Fried rice balls stuffed with cheese and coated with breadcrumbs.
  • Saltimbocca alla romana: Veal escalopes topped with sage and prosciutto, and sautéed in butter and olive oil.

Shopping in Rome

With stalwart fashion houses like Valentino and Fendi headquartered in Rome, it's clear that shopping is an integral part of the local fabric.

For top designer wares, go no further than the network of cobblestone streets that branch out from the Spanish Steps: Via dei Condotti, Via Frattina and Via Borgognona. High-end shops like Prada, Louis Vuitton and Balenciaga are interspersed with exclusive antiques dealers.

Bargain hunters should hit up the weekly Porta Portese flea market in Trastevere, where you'll find endless piles of new and vintage clothing, used books, original art and general bric-a-brac. Haggling is the international language here, and most stalls only accept cash.

Via del Corso and its environs have department stores and clothing from chains like H&M and Zara.

Rome's must-buys

  • One of Rome's oldest streets and the shopping stomping grounds of the 16th-century elite, Via Giulia now appeals to those in search of antiques, furniture and objets d'art.
  • Bring home a bag of roast beans from Sant'Eustachio Il Caffè, largely regarded as Rome's finest coffee shop.
  • Diana Numismatica, in the centrally located Quirinale district, is the place for collectors to find ancient Roman coins.

Culture & Nightlife in Rome

Rome is noted for its thriving cultural scene that blends traditional arts like opera, theatre and ballet with contemporary plays, pop music, avant-garde art and modern dance. The city also plays host to the annual Rome Film Fest, the Roma Jazz Festivaland Estate Romana, a summer-long festival that sees live music, open-air cinema and gastronomic events take place at venues around the city.

Romans are known for being bon vivants, so there are plenty of things to do in the evening hours. You can choose from bars and clubs for patrons of all inclinations, or live music venues playing genres as varied as folk and electronica.

If you're staying near the historic city centre, the Trastevere and Campo de' Fiori neighbourhoods are brimming with nightlife. Testaccio is another lively district, filled with pubs, bars, restaurants and clubs like L'Alibi, renowned for its intense techno nights that play to a mixed crowd.

Rome best nights out

  • Black Market: An indie bar in the hip Monti neighbourhood, noted for showcasing underground musicians and artists.
  • MAXXI: The Zaha Hadid-designed National Museum of 21st-Century Art hosts free events like Teatro in Piazza, which sees classic productions provocatively reinterpreted through dance and theatre.
  • Teatro dell'Opera di Roma: During the summer months, this opera, dance and live music venue moves to the ruins of the Baths of Caracalla for open-air productions.

Visiting Rome with a Family

There are many ways to explore the city and its history for both you and your children to enjoy, like booking a private family tour of the Vatican Museums. Green spaces throughout Rome provide ample opportunity for kids to play and parents to relax.

Animal-lovers will enjoy a trip to the Bioparco di Roma, one of Italy's largest zoological gardens, while the gardens of Villa Borghese have rowboats, miniature pony rides and tandem bikes.

Best activities for kids

  • A thrilling discovery zone, Explora Il Museo dei Bambini di Roma uses interactive displays to teach kids life lessons, including how to shop for groceries and recycle.
  • Exhausted little ones? You can take a horse-drawn carriage ride through town, stopping by the Roman Forum, Piazza Navona and Trevi Fountain.

Established in 1936, Bartolucci is the go-to shop for classic wooden toys and Pinocchio dolls handcrafted by artisans.

Latest Peschiera Borromeo Hotel Reviews

Great experience
By Brifret
We liked the ease of using the shuttle to get to the airport [Less]
IHG Linate Airport Milan
By REW66
A good choice that simplifies getting to the nearby airport. [Less]
Nice quiet room, fit for purpose.
By Seb0204
Stayed for one night on business at the Holiday Inn at Linate airport. hotel is situated in very close proximity to the airport and as such it is remarkably quiet in the rooms. My stay was very [More] short, but the hotel surely provided value for money during the time I was there. Good friendly staff, clean rooms, great breakfast. All in all a good stay. [Less]
Comfortable and Nice Hotel
We were visiting for one night in Milan. Already tired from traveling, we didn't expect much more than a bed to sleep on but found our hotel to be quite nice. It was very modern chic and we were [More] given everything we needed/wanted. The folks at the front desk were very helpful and friendly and didn't act annoyed at the fact that we didn't know any Italian at all. The only issue I have was that it was a much further walk from the Garibaldi Station as we had hoped it would be. I should have done more research on that before going. Although on the way back to the station - we found the bus stop was right outside the hotel room so that was very convenient. It's just not walking distance from the station - not if you are super tired already. The same bus stop also takes you directly to the center of Milan. So that was also very convenient for us. I would definitely stay here again if we ever came back to Milan. [Less]
Convenient with great travel connections
By Red79
We stayed here for three nights from 2-6 October 2017. The weather was pleasant and the crowds were NOT too daunting at popular sites like the Duomo. First, the good things about the hotel. 1. The [More] Hotel is indeed close to the railway station Milan Porta Garibaldi. About 10 minutes on foot, if you go to platform 20, take the Via G. Pepe exit, continue to walk left on the street with the rail tracks on your left, come to a bridge over the rail tracks where the road turns right and you will see the Holiday Inn sign just across the road. But there are NO signs anywhere saying where Holiday Inn is or where Via Ugo Bassi is. Also the road surface is NOT good for dragging heavy luggage along. So take a taxi from whichever rail station you arrive at in Milan: Milano Porta Garibaldi, Milano Centrale or Milano Cardona, from Malpensa Airport Express or your Frecciarosa and the charges would be around Euro 10-15 for the Hotel, depending on traffic. 2. Much more convenient are the two tram tracks going on two sides of the hotel. We took the one on Via Carlo Ferrini, 30 seconds walk from the hotel on the right, and were in Duomo in about 15 minutes. This is fantastic. There are some good deals for all Milan ATM travel pass for 24/48/72 hours with your Malpensa one-way or Return ticket, so take advantage of that on-line. Then you can hop-on-hop-off any Metro, tram, bus or sub-urban train (Not Regionale) in Milan. 3. Nearest metro station is Monumental. You cross the street from Via Carlo Ferrini side and walk left crossing the bridge over the rail tracks. In about 5-7 minutes you should reach the metro station. 4. Even otherwise, do take the advantage of being close to Monumentale by visiting this awesome cemetery. I hadn’t seen anything like this anywhere in the world. 5. The super market next to the hotel is closed. But a Carrefour Express is 5 minutes away on foot. Take the road going along the tram tracks on the left when you come out of the hotel. 6. The rooms are small but adequate. There is a minibar and electric kettle (a rarity in European hotels) with enough tea-coffee sachets. You can always ask for more from Housekeeping. 7. A welcome feature of the reception was that they always had free juice, coffee, and some apples always on offer. That was really appreciable. 8. The bathroom had a bath-tub with a rain shower built-in. Water pressure was OK.. 9. The buffet breakfast spread was lavish, from European standards. But if you want omelettes or egg fries to be made, you have to pay extra. 10. We had dinners on two nights. Typical Italian dinner. Even their Hashi Fusion restaurant has an Italian twist on whatever they make. Prices are less than what you will pay around Duomo in a proper restaurant. 11. Wi-fi was good. TV had some English channels like BBC, CNN, and Euro News. If you are missing your home channels, however, carry your Amazon Fire Stick along. Now for the cons: 1. I missed the warmth for IHG members that I have experienced elsewhere. For Example, in Mauritius, they used to place an IHG plaque whenever we visited their restaurant and the staff used to thank us for being an IHG member. There was no such recognition here. 2. When we checked-in around 9 pm on October 2, 2017, the person at the reception tried to shoo us away by saying they were full. Then he checked up, found that we as IHG members were already upgraded to a “Family Room” on the topmost floor and apologized. 3. The bathtub was inconveniently high to get in and was slippery. May be placing a non-slip mat there would help. 4. The toiletries were not very good. The shampoo was so bad that we decided to buy our own. 5. The first night, we couldn’t figure out why the A/C wasn’t working. The second day we called in housekeeping and they discovered that one of them had left the window open. That’s why the A/C had cut itself off. And the room was so noisy! 6. The electric sockets didn’t have adjusting holes. So none of my mobile or laptop charges could fit in. When I asked for local adaptors, the hotel didn’t have any! All in all, this is an excellent hotel with great travel connections. Unless you want to spend all your waking hours around Duomo! [Less]
Comfort room and good location
Good location Close to metro and tram station Helpful staff [Less]
Nice hotel in central Milan
Very comfortable hotel located very centrally in Milan. Staff were friendly and helpful and the hotel facilities are very good with pool and spa. Easy walking distance to many restaurants and bars [Less]
By marco mendi
Beautiful hotel
By drnewman
Everything was great from check in to check out. Nice room, nice bar/lounge, nice lobby and great staff. Highly recommend, especially if you need to be near Milan Central Station. It is a 3 or 4 [More] minute walk, straight up the street. [Less]

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