Things to see and do - Rome
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Rome Travel guide
Rome : Michelin's recommendations
Whatever you may seek there, Rome makes you feel good. The Vatican for the pilgrim. Forums where Cicero, Caesar and Augustus are brought back to life. Baroque churches, where Bernini and Borromnini confront each other in a ruthless struggle, for art lovers. Pictures from Fellini movies, figures of Gassmann and Mastroianni, for cinema enthusiasts. This is the Eternal City, where our language and civilisation come from. In Rome, you feel so quickly at home, that you soon make it your own.
Tourist attractions Rome : Things to see and do
v. ei Fori Imperiali I - 00186 Roma
The Roman Forum, located at the foot of the Capitoline Hill, was the civic heart of Ancient Rome. It was a major meeting place, a business centre, the Republic's political centre, a centre of Pagan religious activity, as well as an architectural cent..
v. uattro Novembre I - 00187 Roma
The Forum of Trajan was inaugurated by the emperor in 113 A.D. It is the biggest, the finest and best-preserved of all imperial forums. Colossal works had to be performed to lay out the future forum: the Quirinale Hill had to be cut and levelled out ..
I - 00100 Roma
Built in 1655 by Girolamo Rainaldi, the palace was part of a project created by Michelangelo for the Senate House. With the Conservators' Palace, it houses the collections of the Capitoline Museums. Look out for the statue of Marcus Aurelius (late 2C..
Via IV Novembre 104 I - 00187 Rome
Prix Prices from : 100 €
Set in a sober and elegant building, Pace Elvetia is located at the very heart of Rome. From the hotel you can walk down to Piazza Venezia and the Coliseum, or up towards the Quirinale Hill. Hotel Pace Elvetia opens out on to a roof-top terrace over..
Via Tor Dè Conti 3 I - 00184 Rome
Prix Prices from : 89 €
Just 200 metres from the Roman Forum and a 5-minute walk from the Coliseum, Hotel Nerva is in central Rome. It offers free Wi-Fi throughout, a varied continental breakfast, and its rooms feature a 22” LCD TV. Each room at Nerva Hotel comes with air ..
Via Quattro Novembre 154 I - 00187 Rome
Hotel Traiano lies in the heart of Rome, opposite the Roman Fora and a few steps from the Capitol and Coliseum. It offers air-conditioned rooms with free Wi-Fi, a satellite TV and minibar. Croissants, eggs, sausages and yoghurt, plus Italian coffee/..
Leisure activities Rome
Leave the crowds behind and head straight inside the Colosseum with your skip-the-line entrance ticket! In a group of no more than 25 people, explore the first and second tiers of this A-list attraction with a guide, learning about the gladiators who..
Prices from : 208 €
Tour Pompeii and the beautiful Amalfi coast villages on a small group day trip from Rome. You'll travel in a comfortable air-conditioned minivan with your driver. Each minivan accommodates 8 people maximum. A driver-guide will accompany the group thr..
Prices from : 35 €
Get much more out of your visit to St Peter's Basilica and the Vatican by taking a guided walking tour. St Peter's and the Vatican Museums can be overwhelming, especially if this is your first visit, so allow your experienced guide to lead the way an..
viale Arrigo Boito 65 I - 00199 Roma
After the antipasto buffet, the cuisine in this restaurant follows two distinct styles - fish and seafood, or Roman specialities. The paccheri pasta with seafood and fresh tomatoes sits in both camps!
via Pietro Tacchini 26 I - 00197 Roma
This family-run trattoria in the heart of a residential district seems to appear from nowhere. The menu focuses on cuisine from the Abruzzo region, as well as fish dishes and specialities from Lazio, such as the famous maccheroni alla chitarra cacio ..
via Mastrogiorgio 29 I - 00153 Roma
One of the standard-bearers of cuisine from Lazio, this simple trattoria with a family atmosphere is now so popular that it is advisable to book your table in advance. Make sure you try the legendary pasta all'amatriciana (bacon and tomato sauce).
viale Amelia 8/a I - 00181 Roma
The name of this restaurant pays tribute to Sardinia, the owners' native region. Fish from the Mediterranean takes pride of place on the menu, prepared in delicious, home-style dishes such as the excellent spaghetti with clams and mullet roe.
via Luigi Orlando 2 I - 00154 Roma
Housed in premises occupied immediately after the war by the Ente Comunale di Consumo and then later by a grocery store, this unusual restaurant has a bistro-style ambience. The cuisine is mainly Roman, with the occasional gourmet speciality, such as..
via Satrico 23/25 I - 00183 Roma
It is worth heading off the tourist track to experience this authentic Roman trattoria. The fritto (fried seafood and vegetables) and linguine with mullet roe and clams are the house specialities.