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The city of Rome is undoubtedly one of the most historical and fascinating cities in the entire world. This city is extremely different to the other Italian cities of Venice and Milan, as Rome is enriched in culture and history that dates back thousands of years.
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The history of the city spans over 2,500 years right back to the Roman Empire and Roman Kingdom. This can be seen in the famous sights in the city today, for example, the Colosseum. Built in 70AD, the amphitheatre is an iconic symbol of Rome's history. Although the building stands partially ruined today because of damage from earthquakes and stone robbers, it is still a hotspot for tourists. St Peter’s Basilica – arguably the most famous church in the world. When you walk in you realise the extent of its size and you are immediately consumed by beautiful art and architecture.
The perfect Italian adventure – perfect for couples and families!
Italy's climate allows for great holiday making in holiday homes in Rome all year round due to its mild but warm temperatures in the winters and it's sunny, higher temperatures in the Summer. Rome's famous seasonal dishes such as saucy pastas in the winter and grilled and barbecued meals for the summer, also add that bit of variation you desire in your holidays. Rome is the right place. The city has many quarters as well as being within reach of a wide range of delightful towns such as Tivoli and Guidonia.
Just walking around the city of Rome is romantic in itself, so if you book a romantic getaway to Rome and book holiday accommodation in Rome, you won’t be disappointed. From architecture to cuisines and the scenery to music, everything about this place screams romance. Italy has beautiful scenery, and has inspired many an artist, so no wonder it is claimed to be one of the most romantic places to visit in Europe. On a romantic getaway to Rome you’ll be able experience all the magic of this capital city whilst staying in a fantastic holiday apartment or villa just for you and your loved one. Romantic getaway to Rome. One of the most important sites to visit when you take your romantic trip to Rome is the Trevi Fountain. You and your partner can make a wish together and enjoy the atmosphere in the cosy square surrounding it – perhaps whilst enjoying an ice-cream! The Piazza Della Spagna is full of shops and cafés and creates a gorgeous ambiance for couples! There’s nothing quite like a romantic riverside walk with your loved one – and the River Tiber is the perfect place.
This diverse capital city can be found in the region of Lazio in Italy and for those spending a holiday here as a family, there is plenty to do, explore and see! The Children's Museum can be found in the city centre and is great for those who enjoy hands-on science museums! If the kids want to check out some animals, the Zoo marine is great for seeing a wide variety of tropical water animals including dolphins and sea lions! If you want to teach the kids more about the Roman history, 3-D Remind provides an insight into what it was like during the Roman period. Very educational but entertaining, afterwards why not hit the Roman Market and take the kids shopping and find a bargain so you have something to remember your trip with.
Rome is alive day and night
During the night time, the ruins of Rome light up the night sky, just think of it as a ancient Times Square. This ancient city really never sleeps, with an array of dance festivals, bars and English speaking theatres to dazzle you, you'll be spoilt for choice. Rome's night time climate averages out at almost 20 degrees allowing you to enjoy the city of Rome in comfortable weather.
Stylish or practical dining in the capital
Have you ever tried spaghetti with swordfish sauce or straccetti all'Ortica, meat in nettle sauce? In a typical Roman osteria you can also get a chilled glass of Frascati or Castelli di Roma to go with it, the most famous white wines of the region. Sea bass with truffles is best to let it melt in your mouth.
A specialty in Roman restaurants is duck carpaccio or spaghetti alla Gricia with belly meat, peccorino and pepper. Taglioni with game, truffles and mussels sounds like a break in style when you first read it, but Roman cuisine is also quite imaginative.
Villas as temples of art
The main museum of Etruscan art, the people who inhabited the seven hills of the city before the Romans, is located in Villa Giulia. The sarcophagus of a married couple, the richly ornamented Faliscan jar and the famous one-armed Apollo of Veji are the most famous exhibits.
Surrounded by an opulent Mediterranean garden, the Villa Borghese shows itself. Here you will meet, among others, the master builder of the colonnades in St. Peter's Square. Baroque star Gianlorenzo Bernini created the inspiring sculptures Abduction of Proserpina as well as Apollo and Daphne.
A vacation apartment in the middle of the lively old town
The picturesque Centro Storico is the medieval center of Rome. You can stroll through the narrow streets and find cozy restaurants in cozy corners. Here you will find the Pantheon and Piazza Navona, the Spanish Steps and the Trevi Fountain. If you rent a vacation apartment near Campo dei Fiori Square, you'll be right in the middle of the lively nightlife. Lively beer bars with live music offer entertaining evenings. Charming stores, small gourmet stores and colorful street markets line this area close together. Pretty ice cream parlors and coffee bars are always open.
A rental car would be pointless here, as the district is closed to general traffic from Monday to Saturday from 6am to 6pm. Parking is impossible to find and garages are scarce, so you'd better rent a bike or an electric mini-car. You can find that at Piazza del Popolo and return it to the recharging point in the evening.
Airy apartments in Parioli
High on one of the seven hills lies the exclusive district of Parioli. Classic villas with beautiful gardens allow the fresh breeze from the sea to circulate freely. This is where the finer bourgeoisie lives and your Rome vacation rental is quiet and comfortable. For shopping, there are several small stores and the vegetable market in Viale Parioli. There you will also find elegant restaurants and chic nightclubs.
The neighborhood is lined by the famous Via Veneto and the well-kept Villa Borghese city park. Its observation deck is just opposite St. Peter's Basilica and offers a gorgeous panorama of the city. Here you will also find the imposing Villa Borghese Museum with its valuable classical art gallery.
The Colosseum, built in 80 AD, is considered the largest amphitheater ever built, with its former capacity of 50,000 spectators. Incidentally, the venue for gladiator fights has a remarkable cellar system.
The Pantheon is an ancient structure dating back to the 2nd century that was later rededicated as a Roman Catholic church. For 1,700 years, its dome was considered to have the largest span in the world.
Arc Basilica of San Giovanni in Laterano
The Lateran Basilica of San Giovanni was the coronation site of the Pope until the 19th century and is part of the Vatican City State. It includes an octagonal babtistery, the papal chapel, and the Scala Santa holy staircase.
The Galleria Borghese is located in the Villa Borghese park and is one of the most valuable private art collections in the world. It houses works by important masters such as Raphael, Leonardo da Vinci, and Titian.
In the Parione district, Piazza Navona is home to Gian Lorenzo Bernini's High Baroque Fountain of Four Streams. The square is lined with magnificent palaces and splendid places of worship such as the church of S. Agnese in Agone.
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Frequently asked questions
What are the most popular accommodations in Rome?
The most popular accommodation types in Rome are apartment rental and bed and breakfast rental. With 3,027 accommodations in Rome, the perfect holiday home is only one click away.
What does it cost to rent a holiday home in Rome?
With Casamundo you can find rentals in Rome starting at £41. On average, you will stay in a 24 m² (Bed and breakfast rental) or a 81 m² (Apartment rental).
Do you offer pet-friendly apartment rental in Rome?
If you are travelling with your pet, we have the perfect solution: Apartment rental are the most pet-friendly accommodation types in Rome. On average a pet-friendly rental costs £267 per night.
Do you also offer accommodations that are suitable for groups in Rome ?
We can help you find accommodations in Rome for a group. On average, the apartment rental has space for 5 guests.