The Casa Cavour is very well located, in a beautiful ancient building!! You can reach almost all the interesting sites to see by foot. The Egyptian Museum lies just hundreds meters away. The shopping street "Via Garibaldi" is a bit further, but not far. Next door to you can find a wonderful bakery, with all sorts of italian delicatessen and breads.... and the famous capuccino!! Don't miss this!!
I've read some complaining comentaries about the beakfast wich is offered in a café next door... people complained that the breakfast was poor, just a coffee/capuccino and some croissant or brioche... well, this is the italian breakfast!! They eat just this in the morning!! I've been in Rome and Milano several times visiting my sister-in-law and this is the way italians take the breakfast! So, if you want and need a great and complete buffet for the breakfast, go to a traditional hotel!!
Alberto has welcomed us with a smile and gently leaded us until the underground... More