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Bed & Breakfast Rudy Star Rating 1.5        
Via Napoleone III 53

Within an 8-minute walk of Termini train station and 2 metro stops, this unpretentious budget B&B on a bustling street is 2.5 km from the Spanish Steps.Offering TVs and free Wi-Fi, the straightforward rooms provide simple furnishings and subdued decor, along with en suite bathrooms.
Amendola House Rome Star Rating 3        
Via Camillo Mariani 13

Within an 6-minute walk from 4 bus stops, this relaxed bed-and-breakfast is 7 km from Vatican Museums and 11 km from Trevi Fountain.The 3 elegant rooms come with free Wi-Fi, TVs with cable channels, desks and seating areas, as well as air-conditioning and en suite bathrooms.Amenities include complimentary parking and breakfast.
Barberini Suites Star Rating 3        
Via del Tritone 102

Within a minute's walk of Piazza Barberini square and the Barberini metro station, this modest B&B in the Trevi district is also a 6-minute walk from the famed Trevi Fountain.Traditional rooms with Louis XVI-style furnishings provide free Wi-Fi and flat-screen TVs, in addition to minibars, desks and seating areas. All have en suite bathrooms, some with freestanding tubs.
Hotel Pisa Star Rating 1        
Via Pietro Micca 10

Within a 7-minute walk from both a tram and a metro station, this unassuming hotel is 13 minutes' walk from Termini train station and 1.9 km from the Colosseum.Featuring free Wi-Fi and satellite TV, all the colorful, simply furnished rooms have tile floors, and provide minibars, desks and en suite bathrooms.
La Fenice Hotel Rome Star Rating 3        
Via Francesco Crispi 15

Within a 5-minute walk of Barberini metro station and the Trevi Fountain, this informal hotel is in an 18th-century property in downtown Rome, 15 minutes' from Piazza Navona's elegant square.Unfussy rooms have wooden furnishings and desks, plus soundproofed windows and flat-screen TVs. They also have free minibars and Wi-Fi.
Stella Hotel Rome Star Rating 3        
Via Castelfidardo 51

Within 8 minutes' walk from 2 metro stops, this laid-back budget hotel in a former mansion is 2.2 km from Piazza di Spagna and 2.6 km from the Colosseum.
Forum Hotel Rome Star Rating 4        
Via Tor De'conti 25

Within 10 minutes' walk of the Colosseum and 3 bus stops, this elegant hotel in a former monastery is a 12-minute walk from the Trevi Fountain.Offering free Wi-Fi, the airy rooms come with plush furnishings, minifridges and flat-screen TVs. Upgraded rooms have city views, while suites add living rooms with antique furnishings, as well as whirlpool tubs or marble bathrooms.
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Via dei Savorgnan 36/a

Warmly decorated rooms in a straightforward lodging offering in-room breakfast...
Residenza Rioni Star Rating 1        
Viale Giulio Cesare 47

Unpretentious lodging with relaxed rooms & complimentary breakfast served in-room. Free Wi-Fi..
Rhona's Rooms B&B Star Rating 1        
Via dei Condotti, 23

Unfussy option with soothing rooms & Turkish steam baths, plus in-room continental breakfast...
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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!