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Colosseo Foro Romano (Coliseum & Roman Forum) - 272 vacation rentals

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Recent Colosseo Foro Romano (Coliseum & Roman Forum) reviews

  • At Home in Rome

    "This was the second time we've stayed at this apartment. Walter was waiting for us when we arrived and carefully took us through all the features of the apartment and provided heaps of info and maps. We love this apartment, its proximity to the Archaelological Park, shopping and cafes makes it the perfect vacation destination. The addition of English language TV channels was a bonus, as our Italian language skills dont go much past ordering food, drink and getting directions to a toilet. Walter phoned us a couple of days into our stay to ensure everything was as it should be. So comforting to have someone looking out for you in a foreign city!! The apartment is beautifully appointed, beds are blissfully comfortable and the kitchen had everything you could need on holiday. On our last day, Natalia arrived to farewell us. They both made us as welcome as one would for friends. We wouldnt consider staying anywhere else in Rome. Yes of course we will return, even if we couldnt throw a coin into the fountain this time (closed for renovations) as extra insurance, :-) Thanks again Walter and Natalia. You made our stay very special."
    Guest: Joce Date of Stay: October 2014 Review Submitted: November 25, 2014
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  • Loved it!

    "This is a lovely one bedroom apartment in a residential area of Rome, just a block from the river and a short bus ride to the Colosseum and all the major historical sites. I loved having my coffee sitting at the table with the windows open on the courtyard. Everything looks as if it has been recently painted and updated. The beds are comfortable and the bath is clean and well appointed. The kitchen has everything you need except the groceries and there are stores just down the street for that. There are plenty of restaurants nearby if you don't want to cook. Would definitely stay here again if I ever get to return to Rome."
    Guest: Debbie B. Date of Stay: May 2014 Review Submitted: June 8, 2014
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  • Great find / Great location

    "Bordering the Forum and the Monti district, and just a short 10-minute walk from the Colosseum, Enzo's apartment is in an ideal location. It's as advertised, or better, and my wife and two teenagers loved it and we had a fantastic time. We walked everywhere, even to Travestere and the Vatican, although those are serious walks. However, the Forum borders the building, and it almost seems like the building itself was a part of the Forum. There is a charming elevator, and a quaint breakfast place immediately next door. Enzo is very communicative, and makes everything abundantly clear. I felt it was a fair price. Much better and economical than Rome hotels, if you ask me. I'd stay there again. Two pieces of advice: get a private tour to the Villa Borghese, and get the ravioli at Glass Hosteria (to die for!)."
    Guest: Jack Date of Stay: November 2014 Review Submitted: December 3, 2014
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  • Wonderful autumn week in Rome

    "We are a family with 3 children (under 12 years old) and we spent a week in Rome and enjoyed the appartment very much. It's location is perfect, Colosseum is just outside the door. A couple of steps away, there is a bus and tram-stop and a metrostation which makes it easy to transport in and outside Rome. We visited the beach of Lido and it was easy to get there. Just outside the building there is a taxistation and nearby a ticket office for public transports. The cost of going to the airport with taxi was the same as if we should go by public transport. The flat was suiteble for us, several bedrooms and a fully equipped kitchen. We appreciated the free wifi, the washing machine and the coffee maker (american coffee). The flat has air condition that functions well, good to know if you travel in the summer times. Just around the corner there is a Carrefour express (grocery store) where we did our shopping. The host met us at arrival and friendly showed us the appartment and he was easy to contact. We would recommend the appartment to friends and family. Thank you!"
    Guest: Anonymous Date of Stay: October 2014 Review Submitted: October 9, 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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