From our B&B, you can reach the most famous monument in the world, the Colosseum, with a stunning 20-minute walk. On your way you will meet the papal Archbasilica of St. John Lateran, the oldest and most important church in the West; the early Christian basilica of the Four Crowned Saints and Basilica of San Clemente which with its 4 levels will take you back in time until the first century AD. Once you reach Colosseum go ahead, continue along Fori Imperiali until you get Piazza Venezia. Unless you don’t enjoy walking (and walking in Rome it’s required), you can use bus n° 3 towards STAZIONE TRASTEVERE which in 5 stops at the stop called COLOSSEO will take you to the Colosseum, or you can take bus n° 87 GIULIO CESARE- LEPANTO direction or n° 85 direction TERMINI which in only 7 stops will take you to FORI IMPERIALI – CAMPIDOGLIO. If you prefer to use subway, you can choose to take the A line at Manzoni or San Giovanni (both 5 minutes from home) BATTISTINI direction and get off at TERMINI, here you can change the line and take metro line B LAURENTINA direction and take down at COLOSSEO after 2 stops.
Piazza Navona &
Piazza Navona it’s the typical destination for those who visit Rome especially at Christmas time, here during Christmas holidays until Epiphany the square is full of candy stands and historic toys shop, both open until late. You can also take a ride on the historic carousel at the center of the square, eating cotton candy or caramel apple and all kinds of sweets. Not everyone knows that Piazza Navona, a jewel of Baroque Rome was founded on ancient Domitian Stadium, whose remains are still recognizable under the papal Rome buildings. Walking to Piazza Navona from Piazza Porta San Giovanni take bus n° 87 GIULIO CESARE – LEPANTO direction for 11 stops and get off at SENATO stop.
Piazza del Popolo and
Piazza di Spagna
If you love shopping, could you not go to Via del Corso, Via Condotti, Spanish Steps, Via del Babuino until reaching Piazza del Popolo? You can arrive to Piazza del Popolo from MANZONI Metro line A Station, BATTISTINI direction and get off after 6 stops at FLAMINIO, or you can also get off at SPAGNA after 5 metro stops and reach Piazza del Popolo by walk through the most famous shopping streets of the capital.
San Pietro and
We use to believe that the most important church of our beautiful city is St. Peter’s Basilica which, however, it’s in Vatican State, and not in Italian territory. The most important church of Rome, or its cathedral is Basilica San Giovanni in Laterano, which is located in our neighborhood and that inspired our name. You can reach St. Peter’s and Castel Sant’Angelo by taking in San Giovanni the A metro line BATTISTINI direction for 9 stops and get off at OTTAVIANO SAN PIETRO. Once you are in St. Peter’s Square you can walk to Via della Conciliazione and get to Castel Sant’Angelo.