Where

Largo Giuseppe Veratti, 43 - 00146 Roma
With the tube in a few minutes you will be able to reach “Circo Massimo” where you can challenge yourself or a friend by putting your hand in “Bocca della Verita'” (Mouth of Truth) if you dare! From there in 2 minutes you will be at the Coliseum where you can explore the old gladiator's arena and wander around the “Fori Imperiali” looking at the roman's ruins. Following your sightseeing trail you come up to “Piazza Venezia” (Venice Square) where it is possible to admire the vast Victorian Complex with the “Milite Ignoto” (Typewriter building) built by Mussolini. From there going to “Via del Corso” and “Via Condotti” where you can spoil yourself by shopping in the designers shops, you will arrive to “Trinita' dei Monti” (Spanish Steps) to climb the famous steps. One minute around the corner why don't you throw a coin in the “Fontana di Trevi” (Trevi's Fountain) wishing your return to Rome, see the grave of the Kings of Italy at the “Pantheon” and admire the “Fontane di Piazza Navona” (Fountains of Navona's  Square). Walking along the “Tevere” (Tiber river), passing through “Trastevere” area you will find yourself in “Porta Portese” where one of the most colourful and interesting open market in Rome which takes place every week-end. Continuing to the “Gianicolo” the outstanding view of Rome will open in front of your eyes… it's time to stop dreaming now, but you don't need to wake up… this is all true!  Pass the “Gianicolo” you will arrive in “Testaccio”, one of the oldest areas in Rome, go along the “Aventino”, one of the seven hills of Rome, till the “Piramide Cestia” (Cestia's Pyramid) and here you are again where you started from at the S. Paolo Cathedral. These are just a few of the amazing sights in Rome, there is plenty more to see and do… We are looking forward to seeing you in our B&B… come and visit us!