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Laurence Hotel Star Rating 3        
Via Pietro Baragiola, 18

Set towards the outskirts of the city, this simple hotel is a 1-minute walk from the Tor Vergata-Palosci bus stop, which offers service to the historic center, and 8 km from Parco degli Acquedotti.The simple, bright rooms feature gardens or balconies, and include free Wi-Fi, flat-screen TVs and minibars. Room service is offered.
Happy Village & Camping Star Rating 3        
Prato della Corte 1915

The Happy Village is perfectly located for both business and leisure guests to Fidenae. All hotel's guestrooms have all the conveniences expected in a hotel in its class to suit guests' utmost comforts. Each guestroom has non smoking rooms, air conditioning, shower.
Romantica Rooms Star Rating 1.5        
Piazza dell'Unità, 13

Set in a grand building with a stately facade, this modern bed-and-breakfast is a 5-minute walk from the nearest subway station and 1.3 km from St. Peter's Basilica.
Happy Days Rome Star Rating 1.5        
Via Lorenzo Allievi 15

A 2-minute walk from Ponte Galeria train station, this straightforward guesthouse is 14 km from the Museo della Civiltà Romana and 15 km from the Basilica Papale San Paolo fuori le Mura.Unpretentious, colorful rooms offer TVs and complimentary Wi-Fi. Bathrooms are either shared or en suite.
Il Tempio Di Morfeo Star Rating 1        
Via Montecristo 4

Located in the Montesacro quarter of Rome, Il Tempio di Morfeo offers a large garden, a terrace and free Wi-Fi. All rooms are air conditioned and have a private bathroom.The air-conditioned rooms have been recently refurbished, and are decorated in a classic style with antique furnishings.
Miriam Guesthouse        
Via Ludovico Di Monreale 24

Miriam Guesthouse offers free Wi-Fi throughout and air-conditioned rooms a 15-minute bus ride to/from Trastevere Train Station, which is located in Rome's popular Trastevere district.An Italian-style breakfast is available in your room and includes jams, cappuccinos, and croissants.The rooms feature a flat-screen TV and a private bathroom with free toiletries and hairdryer.
via Lusitania 19

Located in Appio Latino, this bed & breakfast is within 1 mi (2 km) of Porta Portese and Baths of Caracalla. Arch of Constantine and Circus Maximus are also within 2 mi (3 km)..
Donna Lavinia a Cinecitta        
Viale Spartaco 18

Situated under a 20-minute walk from Giulio Agricola Metro Station, Donna Lavinia a Cinecitta offers guests a convenient base while in Rome.Donna Lavinia a Cinecitta has cosy rooms, equipped to suit the needs of any traveller.Nestled in the Latium Wine Region, the hotel is an ideal base for those interested in sampling the local area's specialties.
Matilde B&B        
Via dei Colli 3

Less than 20 minutes' walk from Policlinico Metro Station, Matilde B&B provides guests with an ideal base while in Rome. It is located a short stroll from the Villa Torlonia and Mondo TV.There are 6 rooms at the hotel, each offering all the essentials to ensure a comfortable stay.
Kenzo e Kiara Guest House        
Via delle Quattro Fontane 156

Conveniently situated, Kenzo & Kiara Guest House allows for easy access to Rome's best hot spots. It is located a brief stroll from Trevi Fountain and Quirinal Hill.The bed & breakfast has 4 well-appointed rooms that are accompanied by a range of essential amenities to ensure guests have a comfortable stay.
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If you're only in Rome for a couple of days, you'll have to move fairly briskly to pack in all the sights. Near the top of your list will undoubtedly be the Colosseum, the Sistine Chapel and St. Peter's Basilica. Away from the tourist attractions, you'll quickly feel you're in a small village with narrow cobbled streets leading out into small squares. Look to the sky as you meander through the streets to see pretty views of roof gardens and sculptures. Most of the city is accessible by foot, however bus routes will also take you around the city for a small fee.

As one of the world's fashion capitals, you'll find everything in Rome from clothing and antiques, to jewellery and fine works of art. The two major shopping areas are around Via Condotti, where you'll find the high-end designers, and Via del Corso, offering more affordable clothing. Souvenirs and gifts can be bought at almost all the museums in the city, however these tend to be fairly expensive. A better alternative is to visit the many nearby stalls offering tourist treasures at more reasonable prices.

When in Rome, for an authentic flavour of Italian cuisine, you're likely to do far better away from the tourist traps. Around Monte Verde Vecchio you'll find a handful of restaurants serving traditional fare at sensible prices. Pizza is a cheap and tasty way to fill up and can be found throughout the city, and is more affordable and of a better quality away from the tourist areas. Look for signs advertising home-made ice cream to sample some of the world's best gelato - if you find yourself queing with Italians rather than tourists then you may have struck gold!