Just wonderful. Never tired of visiting the eternal city. Nice weather throughout my stay complemented the short break
About Centro Storico
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They say the best way to enjoy Venice is to get lost in it. Well the same should be said about Rome and you can easily access all of Rome's major sites from Centro Storico. Take time to stroll around at your leisure and use...More
If you want to be where its in regards to sites and sounds. The centro storico is it. From here everything is easy to get to.. Climb up the steps and walk to all the sights.
This is the heart of the eternal city. One will spend days wandering around every corner and street, alley, church and roman ruin of this wonderful site. Not to miss!
A maze of small streets and piazzas with historic buildings and unusual sights to discover at every corner. Bars, cafés, restaurants and terraces everywhere. Campo de Fiori and Piazza Navona, especially, count among the best places to have a nice outdoor meal or drink. Most...More
Unfortunately when I arrived i wasn't able to go in because it was already closed but the area and the place itself is wonderful and so amazing. you can really see and enjoy all the beautiful places in rome.
one hour drive south of Rome, Frascati offers the Villa Aldobrandini to visit and a pleasant walk within the town center. Look for traditional "fraschetta" to savour the REAL Frascati wine, fresh from the cellars not the bottled stuff for tourists.
you can be like the Roman aristocrats and come here for slightly cooler weather in the summer, travelling on what was one of the first railways built in Italy and finding a few more Baroque churches and palazzi
Frascati, sat up in the hillside around Rome. Lovely little town, little shops, trattorias, pizzerias and old uneven cobbled streets. Cathedral very interesting too.