In just a few minutes from the Bed and Breakfast you can reach all the most beautiful squares of Rome.

The destination station is St. Peter’s Square, in the heart of the Vatican City, which is easily reached on foot along the Avenue of the Admirals and Clive walls of Rome, with the Vatican Museums and the Sistine Chapel.

Always walk you can reach Castel Sant’Angelo, connected to the State of the Vatican through the fortified corridor of the “small step”, built around 123 AD as a tomb for Emperor Hadrian and his family, then terrible prison and now a museum, and the Ara Pacis Augustae, altar dedicated by Augustus in 9 BC Peace in the age of Augustus now protected by a structure made of glass and steel by the American architect Richard Meier.

With a pleasant 20-minute walk from the narrow streets of Rome can be reached:

– The beautiful Piazza Navona, built by the emperor Domitian in 85 as a stage, with the Fountain of the Four Rivers by Bernini, and the church of St. Agnes in Agony, the work of Borromini and Rinaldi

– The Pantheon, the characteristic building of ancient Rome built as a temple to all the gods, past, present and future

– The Trevi Fountain, one of the most famous fountains in the world, is fed by the Virgin

In 10 minutes by subway A moving you can reach Piazza del Popolo, with the ancient Egyptian obelisk dating back to 1,200 BC, the magnificent fountains and the famous church of Santa Maria del Popolo, where you will find paintings of the Conversion of St. Paul and the Crucifixion of St. Peter by Caravaggio made​​.

Continuing along Via del Corso and then because of the Sow you arrive at the church of St. Augustine, where you can admire the Madonna of Loreto or Madonna dei Pellegrini by Caravaggio equally.

Infina coming in Via Santa Giovanna d’Arco will find the Church of St. Louis of France, where Caravaggio has decorated the Chapel Contarelli with three beautiful paintings dedicated to the figure of St. Matthew: The Calling of Saint Matthew, The Martyrdom of St. Matthew and St. Matthew and the Angel.

Continuing with the underground for a few more minutes you will reach Piazza di Spagna with the famous steps of the Trinita dei Monti, the Fountain of the Four Rivers and the higher the panoramic Terrazza del Pincio.

Always with the Metro you can easily reach Piazza Venezia with the colossal monument of Vittoriano, the Campidoglio, designed by Michelangelo, the ancient Roman Forum and Roman Forum and the Colosseum, the most famous amphitheater in the world.


If you love the nightlife and clubs there are several options at your disposal.

You can set me up with a walk to Testaccio, the popular neighborhood enclosed via Marmorata, the Aurelian Walls and the Tiber. Here you can breathe here an original: the area is packed with local entertainment, one of the most intriguing of the other, that the nights have turned the area around Monte Testaccio in a real nightlife Capitoline.

From there, with a few steps, you arrive in the bustling and noisy Campo de ‘Fiori: young people aged 15 to 40 years, Romans and tourists from around the world, populate it until the night, especially on weekends.

Another alternative is the characteristic Piazza Trilussa: from here you can now provide all Trastevere: Via della Scala, Piazza Santa Maria in Trastevere, and you can slowly discover a slice of cheerful and colorful city where you can spend pleasant evenings in the many cafes, wine bars and restaurants.