Rome
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Tourist Guides

The center of Rome stretches over several neighborhoods, each with a  different charm, style, and, of course, things to see and do. To help you navigate through the huge amount of restaurants, sights, bars, farmacies and anything else you may need during your stay we’ve created area guides for each neighborhood in the center of Rome – the Spanish Steps, Monti near the Colosseo, the Vatican area, Navona, Trastevere or Testaccio. For a central accommodation in Rome take a look at our vacation homes in the heart of Rome!

Tourist Guides
Rubina Ronci - 29 May 2018
Roma Pass and Omnia Card: Let’s explain the Difference
Visiting Rome for a few days and can’t decide between the Rome Pass or the Omnia Card? There are two cards in Rome that allow you to access the most important museums for free or at a discounted rate, as well as free access to public transportation: Roma Pass and the Omnia Card. The Omnia Card is slightly […]
where to eat
Jonathon - 4 June 2017
Avoiding Tourist Prices Infographic
Curious if you’re paying tourist prices? Use our handy guide below for real prices vs. tourist prices for some of the most common items in Rome! Were you curious about the local prices vs. tourist prices for other items? Share your questions or comments below in the comments section!
Tourist Guides
Jonathon - 10 April 2017
Plan your Ultimate Wedding in Rome
A destination wedding in Rome is pure magic. Imagine your wedding with the backdrop of a city with a 2,000-year history as important as Rome. The options are endless. For the ceremony, there are hundreds of churches in every corner of the city or an outdoor affair in one of the city’s many parks. Stunning, […]
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Jonathon - 13 March 2017
Conquering ATAC: A Guide to Rome’s Public Transportation Network
The historic center of Rome is very walkable, but public transportation makes getting from one end of the city to the other much easier. ATAC, Azienda per i Trasporti Autoferrotranviari del Comune di Roma, is Rome’s primary public transportation authority. It manages the wide network of metro lines, trams, and buses that moves thousands of locals and tourists […]
where to eat
Jonathon - 20 February 2017
How much should it cost? Avoiding Tourist Prices in Rome
Tourists tend to stick out from the crowd, and unfortunately Rome isn’t immune to the frustrating tourist prices like other popular destinations. But chances are you’re looking for a way to blend in and experience Rome like a local. Staying at a vacation apartment is already a good start; Rome Accommodation manages dozens of high quality […]