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Visit Rome in Autumn

#EuropeforCulture: Celebrate European Heritage Days Sept 22-23, 2018

Since 1991 European Heritage Days, a weekend is set aside for cities all over Europe, dedicate special visits, guided tours, screenings, and performances to celebrate the diversity of Europe’s heritage.Read More

11 September 2018

Press Release

Apartment Highlight: AP34 Monti

Tucked away on a quiet street in the Monti Neighborhood of Rome, AP34 Monti apartment is a sunny Roman escape for up to 7 visitors in the Eternal City. LocatedRead More

24 August 2018

where to eat

8 of Our Favorite Wine Bars in Rome

After a long day exploring Rome, strolling through museums, and spending time with family and friends, there’s nothing quite like a glass of wine and a few savory snacks toRead More

16 August 2018

Press Release

Rome Vacation Apartment Makeover: AP54 Giulia II

The one-bedroom, one-bath vacation rental for up to 5 guests located just off the ivy-covered Via Giulia in Rome just got a little more love. Thanks to our in-house designerRead More

6 August 2018

Press Release

Follow Rome Accommodation on Instagram!

We have finally entered the 21st century and have an Instagram account for Rome Accommodation. Follow along on snapshots of vacation rental magic in the Eternal City at @romeaccommodation. AreRead More

2 August 2018

Summer in Rome

5 Rome Nightlife Events this Summer 2018

Hot days give way to warm, comfortable nights in Rome. It’s the perfect kind of weather to relieve the air conditioned comforts of your vacation home for the streets allRead More

27 July 2018

what to do

The Ultimate 2 Day Itinerary in Rome [Map]

With over 2,000 years of history, it’s logically impossible to see everything Rome has to offer in just 2 days. Or 2 weeks. Or 2 months. Or even 2 years.Read More

21 July 2018

what to do

Keeping in Touch: SIM Cards in Rome

There are two kinds of visitors that come to Rome: those who spring for the international plan with their cell service provider for the peace of mind in case theirRead More

16 July 2018

Summer in Rome

A Walking Tour of Rome by Discovering its Obelisks [Map]

If you’re curious whether Rome is a “walkable” city or not, it really depends on who you ask. Especially under the heat of a Roman summer. The hard, basalt cobblestonesRead More

5 July 2018