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Monti is Rome’s rebel yell. This neighborhood just west of Termini train station mixes grit with fun as it continues to fight for its reputation as a magnet for the artsy, alternative, and hipster. Every season, quirky boutiques and food spots sprout up on its cobblestone streets. The neighborhood supports unique and homegrown businesses that cater to its longtime residents as well as hipsters on the hunt. Hang out at Piazza della Madonna dei Monti anytime after lunch and you'll always find something going on.
I booked the tour with a company called Eddie's Tours and the guide was brilliant.
The arena takes your breath away, it is amazing to stand on the arena floor and imagine what has happened there and how amazing it is that it still stands after all of that time. The Italians have done amazing to maintain such an historic...
We were actually staying close by. Had breakfast in a lovely little cafe/bar on the piazza. Walked around the whole building and some beautiful painted ceilings in the adjacent building. It was a Sunday so we didn't know if we could go in the Basilica. Airport Security checks were in force but very few people around. It does state that...
"The real showstopper is the colossal, magnificent statue of Moses"
reviewed 6 days ago by dapper777
The church of San Pietro in Vincoli (St. Peter in Chains) is named for the chains that held St. Peter when he was imprisoned in Rome and in Jerusalem.
The chains are on display in a reliquary at the confessio in front of the high altar.
The church is however best known for the colossal, magnificent statue of Moses that...
"Stunning, very old church with fantastic and awe-inspiring Byzantine mosaics"
reviewed 4 weeks ago by dapper777
A hidden gem just steps away from Santa Maria Maggiore in Rome, Santa Prassede is a 9th-century basilica with glorious Byzantine mosaics in the apse and filling a side chapel.
Also here is a piece of the scourging column of Christ, brought from Constantinople in the Middle Ages, relics from the catacombs in the crypt, and a monument by a...
"Great Location, Staff there to serve and nice rooms"
reviewed March 2, 2020 by atlcycle
We had an upgraded room - Superior Grey. It was a nice upgrade. Large bathroom and king bed. Plenty of room for one suitcase on the stand (I put my clothes in the closet.
We were there for 8 nights so we got to get a good feel for the hotel and staff.
The staff is great. Very concerned for...
I cannot say enough kind things about Nerva Boutique Hotel's customer service! The online booking process was easy, transparent and hassle-free. The staff has been friendly, efficient, and extremely accommodating with every need. They go above and beyond to take care of their guests. I can't wait to book another stay!
Lovely family run guesthouse. Great location. Comfortable beds and lovely linen. Facilities to cook if you want to.
Great to have the staff help with things like restaurant bookings, airport transfers and tourist tips.
This inn was wonderful! The location near to the ancient sites was great. The pillows, beds, towels were all excellent quality. I highly recommend this hotel to anyone visiting Rome. The breakfast was so good and the staff went out of their way to help us in every way. We were welcomed with a cocktail in part of the ancient...
My only hesitation is writing a review of this exquisite small hotel is that I want a room to be available for me when I return. The hotel is just stunning. The architecture, original fine artwork, service from the moment you ring the bell, and delicious breakfast make it at least a once in a lifetime treat. No kidding. This...