1 Step from St. Peter

Via Giovanni Bettolo, 52, Rome, Italy

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    Great location!

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    This hostel is a gem. Located right off the Metro A line, and a quick walk to/from St. Peter's. Would definitely stay here again!

    Unique Quality: Free internet, huge common room, great breakfast, free espresso, gorgeous rooftop deck.

    Directions: Metro Line A
    Station :'Ottaviano - San Pietro' (Battestini direction)
    Walk on Via Barletta and continue straight on, when the same street change name in Viale Angelico, after 20 meters turn left on Via Giovanni Bettolo, 52

    BUZZ at the bell number 13

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Rome Apartments: Piazza Navona or Campo de' Fiori?

by lbaz95

Hello:

My husband, 2 sons (ages 11 and 6) will be traveling to Rome for 3 days in August. Based on advice we have gotten so far, we have located apartments in the Campo de’ Fiori and the Piazza Navona area. Is one of those areas better than the other?

The addresses we are looking at are as follows:

Via Giulia

Vicolo delle Vacche

Via dei Cartari

Vicolo Febo 2

Via dei Leutari 28

Largo del Pallaro

Via de Giubbonari

If you have any specific thoughts about these, please let me know.

Thank you.

Re: Rome Apartments: Piazza Navona or Campo de' Fiori?

by Roadquill

The areas around Piazza Navona are very busy at night. So if you want some quiet after a long day siteseeing, you may want to consider Camp d' Fiore. I prefer the area around Piazza Navona, both just East (Pantheon area) and just West. Remember that the two places are only a 5-7 minute walk apart. Karl

Re: Rome Apartments: Piazza Navona or Campo de' Fiori?

by azz8206

I prefer Campo dei Fiori for the ambience and the market. There are much better restaurants in Campo dei Fiori than in Piazza Navona which I find overpriced and the food isn't very good. Happy travels

Re: Rome Apartments: Piazza Navona or Campo de' Fiori?

by Beausoleil

I'm not sure where all those streets are, but via Guilia is one of the prettiest streets in Rome. We read about it on a walking tour guide and so made a point of finding it and walking the length. It is beautiful and actually very quiet. We saw mostly Romans walking home or shopping. It is an easy walk to most of central Rome (which is very compact and walkable).

http://members.virtualtourist.com/m/7ba16/23513/

(Check the center photo labeled via Guilia. If you want more photos, let me know. I have nearly the entire street. It's so pretty.)

Re: Rome Apartments: Piazza Navona or Campo de' Fiori?

by Roadquill

I do agree with azz that the restaurants in Piazza Navona are overpriced and the food is mediocre. I avoid eating there at all costs. However, one of our favorite places to eat is The Old Bear (on my VT Rome page) just a 3 minute walk N of Piazza Navona. As Beau said, via Guilia is absolutely gorgeous, however, I walked down early, early in the morning and no one was out yet. I haven't a clue what it is like once life starts. Karl

Travel Tips for Rome

The Colisseum

by pili

The bigger roman amphitheatre, built in 72 AD. In despite of the ruins, it´s a magnificient building.
You should hire the local guide, who are anthropologists, that make you focus on the really important details, and let you know the truth of what "really" happened there.-

El mayor anfiteatro romano fue mandado construir por el emperador Vespasiano en el año 72 dc. Actualmente solo quedan ruinas de lo que era, pero eso basta para darse cuenta lo grandioso que debe haber sido antiguamente. -

Largo di Torre Argentina

by tvdm

Not many people stop to admire the excavations of Torre Argentina in the city centre, but hurry on to the churches and piazzas nearby. It's worth a look, though, and it's not half as busy as all the other old ruins in town!

Mad Night

by ScottMes about Mad Night

A goth-themed bar without the goth-themed guests. Rather, trendy locals fill this one - no pub-crawls - making it a really enjoyable place to drink. They also have an area in the middle of the room for dancing, although it's not a dance club. Typical. Because it's a bar, you can be a bit less dressy than you'd have to be were you at a disco.

Cafe Culture in Rome Pt 1

by Intrepidduck about Caffe Greco

This is Rome's oldest coffee house (c1760) and rates up there with the great coffee houses of Europe. It is not a grand cafe, but rather a cosy space filled with art treasures in a salon environment. To sit down you will pay for the privilage, however for budget minded people who still want to experience this old cafe and enjoy quality coffee - standing at the front bar is the answer.

Rome from the Sky

by moacha

These photographs are the scenery from the roof of VITTORIANO. You go up the stairs of VITTORIANO to a terrace from Piazza Campidoglio, Then there is a lift.
As it was recently complited,and is not seem to be well known . You can go to the roof by this lift.
The charge is 7 euros and a child charge is half. There are no time restrictions.
"Palazzo del Quitinale and Foro di Traiano","Colosseo and Foro Romano","The centr of the town and the Vatican" and " The unparalleled view of Tiber river and the M.te Gianicolo, etc.
You can enjoy the panorama view of 360 degrees.
Some telescopes are installed in the roof. this charge is free.
I recommend you to seeing the unparalleled views of Rome from the Sky.

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Address: Via Giovanni Bettolo, 52, Rome, Italy