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We stayed at Palazzo Costaguti for ten days and a magical visit to Rome. The location in the historic quarter provided every opportunity to experience the charm of narrow streets, with wonderful restaurants on almost every corner while still in effective walking distance to every...More
Stayed for 4 nights during 6 Nations weekend, Italy v England. Very old place in need of a bloody good upgrade. Room was clean and tidy but oh so basic. Breakfast was a coffee and croissant down the round. For what we paid it was...More
We stayed in nine places during our weddingmoon in Europe and this was the worst. The directions the booking agent gave us were excellent but once we arrived it was difficult to know what to do. After carrying our bags (including my wedding dress) around...More
The mini-neigborhood Ghetto holds tight to its reputation as a stand-alone area thanks to its nearly 300-year history as the home to Rome’s Jewish community. Times changed in the 20th century, but the tiny area still retains its mix of tradition, community, and history. Ancient and medieval architectural design frames apartments, bakeries, shops, and restaurants. Friends and families are the
pulse of the neighborhood, keeping company on the Via del Portico d’Ottavia. The Ghetto observes the traditional Jewish Shabbat: businesses close from Friday sundown to Saturday sundown.