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Conseils des habitants

Federico
Federico
December 28, 2019
Just metres from Vittorio Emanuele Metro. Santa Maria Maggiore Basilica is 400 metres away. Termini Station is 600 metres away on foot, while the Coliseum is 1 km from the property.
Marta Alice
Marta Alice
December 22, 2019
Esquilino is a living multi-ethnic area, strategically located between Termini Station, City Center and Archaeological sites of the ancient Rome. Our guest will be welcomed with a little guide full of info and tips on nice things to do in the area, restaurants, pubs and take away and also useful…
Sarah
Sarah
January 2, 2020
Quartiere multiculturale dove trovare cibi da tutto il mondo! Famoso è il mercato di Piazza Vittorio, aperto tutti i giorni dal lunedì al sabato.
Irene
Irene
November 27, 2019
piazza Vittorio la piazza piu grande di Roma
Simona
Simona
November 24, 2019
Il rione popolare dell'Esquilino comprende la stazione Termini, principale scalo ferroviario di Roma, e le strade circostanti. La zona è rinomata per le trattorie tradizionali informali. Ci sono anche molti ristoranti di cucina asiatica e africana, negozi e chioschi di street food. L'attrazione…

Choses uniques à faire à proximité

Logements à proximité

SUPERHOST
  1. Logement entier
  2. 1 lit
Maison Romana, appt w/terrace Rome
  1. Chambre privée
  2. 1 lit
ROOM 3 SINGLE FOR 1 PERSON WITH PRIVATE BATHROOM
  1. Chambre privée
  2. 1 lit
ROME termini^&^room
  1. Chambre privée
Rome Single Room
  1. Chambre privée
  2. 2 lits
A little cozy room, 800m Colosseo and Termini!#10
  1. Chambre privée
  2. 1 lit
roma hostel^1 world^
  1. Chambre privée
  2. 3 lits
A cozy quite room + balcony,10 mins to Colosseo!
  1. Chambre privée
  2. 1 lit
SUPERIOR Room-A/C
SUPERHOST
  1. Chambre privée
  2. 1 lit
Locanda Sant'Anna - Chambre simple
  1. Chambre d'hôtel
  2. 1 lit
ROOM 4 DOUBLE FOR 2 PERSONS WITH PRIVATE BATHROOM
  1. Logement entier
  2. 1 lit
Colosseo apartment.. History and romance
  1. Chambre d'hôtel
  2. 1 lit
ROOM NEAR TERMINI STATION& SAN LORENZO SHARED WC
  1. Logement entier
  2. 2 lits
New Principe Umberto apartment
PLUS
  1. Logement entier
  2. 1 lit
Super Offer for March- Spring at Colosseum
  1. Chambre privée
  2. 1 lit
Rome room ^?^
  1. Chambre privée
  2. 1 lit
Studio 900 (studio in apartment)

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Café
“Un grazioso bar sotto casa, ottimo per fare una colazione all'italiana. A nice bar downstairs, great for having an Italian breakfast.”
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Café
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Fountain
“You will be right in the thick of things, where it can feel like "old Rome" if you can find a quiet street. If you are not staying on the square where the fountain is, or on one of the busier streets leading up to it, you can find some quiet accommodation options if they are on less-trodden back streets. The closest Metro stop is Barberini, and the fountain itself is about a 5 minute walk from there. There are buses that stop nearby also, but not much transportation other than taxis that can take you right into the Trevi Fountain neighborhood. This is a very central Rome neighborhood and you can walk to almost all the sites from here. Being so central, it's a safe area, although watch for pickpockets when you are on the crowded streets. There are quite a few good restaurants nearby and plenty more closer to the nearby Pantheon/Piazza Navona area. ”
  • 8 personnes du coin recommandent
Finance
“E' un luogo affascinante, incantevole e pieno di mistero. Si visita su prenotazione telefonando al 06-39967700.”
  • 4 personnes du coin recommandent
Establishment
“The Ludus Magnus (also known as the Great Gladiatorial Training School) was the largest of the gladiatorial schools in Rome. It was built by the emperor Domitian (r. 81–96 C.E.) in the late first century C.E., alongside other building projects undertaken by him such as three other gladiatorial schools across the Roman Empire. The training school is situated directly east of the Colosseum in the valley between the Esquiline and the Caelian hills, an area already occupied by Republican and Augustan structures. While there are remains that are visible today, they belong to a reconstruction that took place under the emperor Trajan (r. 98–117) where the Ludus plane was raised by about 1.5 metres (4 ft 11 in). The Ludus Magnus was essentially a gladiatorial arena where gladiators from across the Roman Empire would live, eat, and practice while undergoing gladiatorial training in preparation for fighting at the gladiatorial games held at the Colosseum. ”
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Emplacement
Roma, Lazio