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Colosseo Foro Romano (Coliseum & Roman Forum) - 82 vacation rentals

This property allows you to book online with a credit card. After submitting a reservation request, the owner or manager has 24 hours to accept, at which time your card will be charged and you will receive an email confirmation

Recent Colosseo Foro Romano (Coliseum & Roman Forum) reviews

  • Perfect place to stay and enjoy Rome

    "Perfect location to enjoy the Colosseum and other iconic sites. Taxis were stationed outside the apartment however we used the metro located a block away. The apartment was clean and spacious but could benefit with a few updates (nothing major). The air conditions was very much appreciated as it was very hot when we visited. There was a grocery store, bank and lots of restaurants/snack bars near by. Lots of stairs which is only a concern if you have a mobility issue. We would stay here again."
    Guest: Adriane G. Date of Stay: August 2014 Review Submitted: August 21, 2014
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  • Great location for 4

    "My wife, my parents and I stayed here for 4 nights during the first week of June. Emanuele and Sara were very responsive with booking and throughout the duration of our stay. We used the driver service from and to the Airport which was extremely convenient for the four of us. Driver was also helpful with our luggage. Sara was present on arrival of the apartment and helped us bring some of our luggage up the stairs (note: if you have difficulty with going up and down stairs, this might not be the place for you). Photos are accurate, space was clean and was just right for the 4 of us. Currently some renovations going on in the building but nothing really bothered us since we were up early and out for most of the day. Location is great and within walking distance from metro. Provided with great recommendations from the owners in their manual. Would definitely recommend going to the restaurants they list as you can easily get caught in a tourist trap around the area. Would definitely recommend!"
    Guest: Marco V. Date of Stay: June 2014 Review Submitted: June 9, 2014
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  • Wonderful Stay

    "This was our first stop on a 2 week Italian vacation. What a wonderful apartment! Silvia, the owner greeted us upon our arrival and explained directions to attractions, electrical adapters and where to find the basics in her apartment. Silvia even had the fridge stocked with basic groceries which was wonderful as it saved us from having to go to the market immediately. Her apartment is directly across from a 2 thousand year old wall and on the other side of the wall are ancient Roman ruins. The Colosseum is literally a 5 minute walk from her apartment. This whole neighborhood was just amazing. We did a tour of Vatican City which was great but if you are considering staying in a neighborhood close to The Vatican, reconsider. The neighborhood around the Vatican is modern and a little run down. Not only did I love this apartment, I really loved the neighborhood. There is also a really good cafe downstairs. I ordered the Salmon and potatoes which was wonderful! I highly recommend this apartment and would stay here in a heartbeat if I ever make it back to Rome."
    Guest: Anonymous Date of Stay: August 2014 Review Submitted: August 29, 2014
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  • Fantasy Fulfilled

    "We just returned from our trip of a lifetime, enhanced by our stay in a truly magnificent apartment. While the photos on Italy Perfect's website led us to the apartment Magnifico, it was absolutely breathtaking in person. when we walked onto the terrace and saw the Coliseum and surroundings, we literally gasped. Breakfasts and late afternoon wine and cheese on the terrace were super peaceful and romantic. The apartment itself was beautiful and comfortable. There was a cozy tv room that had our favorite American news station broadcasted in English so that we could keep up with world events. The bed was extremely comfortable and on the cooler nights we opened the bedroom door to the terrace while we slept. We found a gourmet market on Via Cavour and stocked up on bread, cheese, breakfast items and coffee and made daily use of the American coffee maker-thank you! All in all, a perfect stay and the accessibility of Pat and the Italy Perfect staff and greeter, Consuelo, insured that we were in extremely good hands at all times. Gratzie!"
    Guest: Susan S. Date of Stay: August 2014 Review Submitted: August 19, 2014
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Colosseo Foro Romano (Coliseum & Roman Forum) Travel Tips

Make Colosseo Foro Romano Vacation Rentals Your Way to See Rome

Vacation rentals are the ideal lodgings for persons who want to make every aspect of their holiday special. With Colosseo Foro Romano vacation rentals, you can get away from the hotel setting while still living the life of a holidaymaker. You'll likely find a Colosseo Foro Romano accommodation rented by owners. This ensures your lodging is in good condition.

How to Enjoy Rome From Colosseo Foro Romano Vacation Rentals

When you stay in Rome apartments in and around the Colosseo Foro Romano area you are guaranteed access to all that is available. The first place that will beckon is the Roman Coliseum or more popularly the Colosseum, possibly Rome's most famous monument. The impressive Colosseum was built in the 1st century to host gladiator battles and other events for entertainment. Staying in Colosseo Foro Romano vacation rentals is like getting a two-for-one deal. Not only will you be in accommodations close to the Colosseum, you are also in close proximity to the historic Foro Romano (Roman Forum).

Colosseo Foro Romano is History Lovers' Heaven

This is the ideal place for history buffs who love all that ancient Rome is about. The Eternal City (Rome) cannot be viewed in one or two weeks. It is hard to know what to see on any visit, but in addition to the Colosseum and Roman Forum, there are other attractions that are not to be missed. The world's largest church, St. Peter's Basilica which is said to be built over St. Peter's tomb, contains artworks from masters such as Michelangelo and Raphael. The Spanish Steps must be visited, and the sights here change throughout the year so you never know what awaits you. Walks in the many Roman gardens and parks will have you rubbing shoulders with locals as you take in the natural beauty of the area.

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