Sixbeds

Via Carlo Alberto 63, Rome, 00185, Italy
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Sleeping in Rome - Affordable and safe neighborhoods

by seguinnico

We are thinking about Vatican Area, but any suggestions ? We have read a lot of bad comments about Termini Area, especially the left side, when coming out of Termini Station. Wich area precisely should we avoid around Termini Station ? Are there any other areas that we should avoid when choosing a place to sleep ?
We are looking for a double room for around 80 euros.

Re: Sleeping in Rome - Affordable and safe neighborhoods

by Maryimelda

I always stay near Termini for convenience and I have never had any fears for my safety. I have been robbed on the underground but that's par for the course in Rome. A really good hotel which is nearer Repubblica than Termini is the Hotel Italia on the Via Venezia off the Via Nazionale. Very clean, good breakfast included, staff speak excellent English and are very efficient and helpful. Rooms as usual are very small but very clean and well appointed. I paid EUR90 there last June.

Re: Sleeping in Rome - Affordable and safe neighborhoods

by leics

I too always stay around Termini (single middle-aged female) for convenience: easy for transport to/from Rome, easy for transport (and walking) to see the sights. It's never caused me any problems, nor have I ever felt uncomfortable (though, admittedly, I do not wander around in the early hours of the morning).

All large European cities (especially those which have many tourists) require the use of common sense. Expect pickpockets to exist, and take appropriate precautions. Don't go into badly-lit areas late at night (especially open spaces). And so on and so forth.

Look at www.venere.com for hotel info. It is a reliable site, and the reviews (from guests of all nationalities) are honest.

Re: Sleeping in Rome - Affordable and safe neighborhoods

by Yashodara80

I would follow the advice of Marymelda, Via Venezia is close to everything and very convenient in the night as well (if you go out and came back by taxi)

However, Rome is not dangerous. At all. Getting robbed in the subway is not nice, but it's not a big danger neither. Just leave your credit cards and so on at your hotel so if they rob you, you don't lose much. I lived in Rome for 6 years and never feared anything, Rome is the capital of Italy and the Vatican is there, police is everywhere (in the centre): if you want you can walk home at 4 AM and nothing will happen.

Go and enjoy!!

Re: Sleeping in Rome - Affordable and safe neighborhoods

by olgaaa

I was in Rome a year ago, and we rent a nice apartment (not luxurious, but clean and fully furnished and it has a terrace!) near Vaticano, in Via Porta Castello. I liked it very much, and the price was not high.
The angency's name is Ulysseholidays. Theirs site is www.ulysseholidays.com
The owner was a very pleasant italian lady. Buon viaggio! :)

Re: Sleeping in Rome - Affordable and safe neighborhoods

by anagrettel

We stay around termini area " Hotel d' Este" and we didn't have any problems, even walking at night. In general I feel Rome being very safe, just using common sense. Staying near termini area was a good option because we could walk with our luggage to the hotel, and the hotel was at walking distance of the colisseum too, and in the same street we found a market, good cafe's and gelatto places, so we didn't spend much in transportation.

Travel Tips for Rome

For sure, you will not miss...

by Giulia_ua

For sure, you will not miss Piazza Venezia and Memorial. This is the place of memory, and you should respect rules – not to sit on the stairs, not to eat, not to drink anything (even water), and not to smoke.

San Clemente

by sinoda

San Clemente has a distinguished character and a very living touch to its history.

The general entrance into the church is free but if you want to go below surface you are to pay 1.5e, not much. Downstairs you can explore the many different phases of the different churches that have been erected and torn down here, at this very same spot.

If I remember correctly there have been at least four other churches before San Clemente - quite intriguing.

Getting into Rome form Ciampino Airport

by stressball

There are several ways to get into Rome from Ciampino Airport. The cheapest way to go is by bus and metro....

When you leave the airport, walk across the street to your left and there is a bus stop for the Schiaffini buses (also Cotral). These buses cost 1 euro and will take you to Aganina station in about 30 minutes.

From Aganina station, you can take the metro to your destination.

Dining and Nightlife at Isola Tiberina

by Jeannkelly about Le Naumachie Ristorante Pizzeria

What makes the restaurant interesting is its location --in the middle of Tevere at Isola Tiberina. The ambience is not sassy or classy but if one is looking for fresh air, with the humming sound of the river's current, is a one-of-a-kind experience. Try the red-bean soup, (which is actually very good for vegetarians like me). It was a complete dish in itself coz of its thick broth, and the "secret spices" that it has that I cant figure out (hoping to cook it similarly).. it gives a full taste to the mouth. It goes well with white wine also.

Pantheon

by isaac1855

The Pantheon is also known as Chiesa di Santa Maria ad Martyres. This is an amazing site to behold.. especially if you're into arcitecture. A full 360 degree sphere would fit right in the center of this building. It's only light / air source is a 7.5 foot circle cut out in the top of the building. Originally used as a Roman temple, later converted for Christian (Catholic) celebrations

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Address: Via Carlo Alberto 63, Rome, 00185, Italy