Be certain not to miss the Trevi Fountain, the Spanish Steps, Piazza Navona, Piazza del Popolo, the Pantheon, the Colosseum and the Forum Romanum plus the many beautiful churches.Shop along its magnificent streets, eat absolutely wonderful Italian meals and always leave room for gelato, the Italian ice-cream.
- Round trip airfare to Rome via Toronto or Montreal
- 7 nights 4-star H10 Roma Citta Hotel, Hotel Diana Roof Garden or similar
- Breakfast Daily
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Hotel Diana Roof Garden
The 4-star Diana features a furnished roof garden overlooking Rome’s rooftops, where a varied American breakfast buffet is served. This hotel with free WiFi throughout is located just 200 m from Termini Station.
Termini Station guarantees quick links with Ciampino and Fiumicino Airports. You can reach the Coliseum on foot in 15 minutes and the Spanish Steps in 5 minutes with the Metro.
The elegant rooms at Diana Roof Garden come with stylish wood floors and furniture and light-coloured walls. They feature a minibar, a TV with satellite and pay-per-view channels, plus double-glazed windows.
The hotel’s restaurant serves Roman cuisine and Italian favourites. Meals are served on the terrace during spring and summer or in the refined dining room during winter.
H10 Roma Città Hotel
Located in the Marconi district, a shopping area close to the Trastevere district, the H10 Roma Città combines the latest trends with touches of Italian tradition. The hotel has, among other services, excellent signature cuisine, an outdoor pool with sun lounger areas, a Despacio Beauty Centre and eight meeting rooms with natural light.
Central Rome is home to the majority of the city’s tourist activity and traveler accommodations. Ancient Rome is home to beautiful plazas, cathedrals and archaic sites which let you get close to awe-inspiring landmarks like the Pantheon, Colosseum and Piazza del Campidoglio. The Modern Center is where several hotels, restaurants and shopping areas are located. Via Veneto is chock-full of high-end hotels and hotspots like the renowned Café de Paris and Harry’s Bar, which were immortalized in the film La Dolce Vita. This area is also home to the Repubblica and Quirinale neighborhoods, which are famous for the beautiful Trevi Fountain and Rome’s National Museum. Vatican City is its own papal city-state within Rome. Between St. Peter’s Basilica, the Sistine Chapel and the pope himself, there is enough religion, history and art in the 0.44-square-kilometer area to last a lifetime.
The Northern Center is a large area of Rome which many travelers frequent to visit the Villa Borghese, a palatial villa, art gallery and garden. The famed Spanish Steps are also in the northern district. This monumental 138-step staircase, leading from the base of Piazza Trinita dei Monte and its adjoining church, is the longest and widest staircase in Europe. Trastevere, a section of Rome just south of Vatican City and along the west bank of the Tiber River, is full of artist-inspiring plazas and cobbled streets. Considered one of the hubs of Roman nightlife, Trastevere is rich is pubs, clubs and restaurants.
Rome’s mild climate makes it visit-able year-round; however, spring and autumn are without doubt the best times to visit, with generally sunny skies and mild temperatures. July and August are unpleasantly hot. From December to February there is briskly cold weather, although it’s rarely grey and gloomy.