The perfect place to stay for those who take a serious interest in seeing the most important sights of the city. Close by are two fine churches and the Colosseum - probably the most imposing of all the monuments you will see here. The Roman Forum and the Trevi Fountain are all important and must be seen. About 20 minutes away is the sacred city within our city - The Vatican. Be sure to walk in the magical, mystical Piazza di Spagna - made up of two triangles that meet each other at the points, the fountain is built in the shape of a boat and the church sits at the top of a flight of steps - many a marriage proposal has been made here.
The central point and where four main roads converge is the Piazza Venezia - home to the Palace of Pope Paul II, the Monument of Victor Emanuel and the Altare Della Patria - each with a story and fable surrounding it.
Theatres, gardens, parks, churches, squares, cobbled streets that meander through the city and hold secret courtyards, ancient architecture and deep wisdom all combine with a festive feel most of the year round - Easter parades, summer flowers, dance, film and music, Autumn wine tasting and winter devotion to the Madonna and the Nativity.
Relaxing restaurants where you can sample the best pasta in the world and follow it on with a trip to Giolitti's for the best ice cream in the world - taste it all in Roma!