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Recent Rome reviews

  • Super convenient!

    "The owner's description of this property is accurate - it is very small, and the spiral staircase challenging for anyone with mobility issues, but the location - 3-4 minutes from Campo di Fiori, and 2 from an amazing bakery, large grocery store and the main bus route between Termini and the Vatican - is perfect! I stayed here for 8 nights in April and this apartment perfectly suited my requirements."
    Guest: Rachel V. Date of Stay: April 2014 Review Submitted: April 28, 2014
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  • What a find!

    "Exactly as advertised; clean and welcoming. Pia showed us how everything worked; she was most obliging. Very close to produce market and also pretty convenient for the bus down to the Vatican and the tram to the Piazza del Populo. A great stay."
    Guest: Carol W. Date of Stay: May 2014 Review Submitted: June 2, 2014
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  • Relaxing apartment near to everything in Rome

    "My wife, father and I spent a very pleasant week in Casa Trevi Giardino the second week in July. The condo is on the ground floor of a large, enclosed courtyard garden and is very tranquil. Each morning as we ventured out, passing through the large door that leads onto the street I was amazed at the busy flow of tourists headed to the Trevi Fountain (unfortunately closed for repairs) and other nearby attractions. Every time we returned to the apartment, the transition from the bustling street to the peace of the courtyard reminded me of walking into a quiet air conditioned room on a hot summer's day. The condo itself is quite nice and has everything you need. It consists of two rooms joined by an inner door that can be closed for privacy. Each room also has its own door leading out to the courtyard. The air conditioning was fine. We rarely heard any noise from people in the other apartments. My father reported that the sofa bed in the living room was comfortable, as was our somewhat firm bed in the other room. Restaurants and shops abound just outside the door to the street and we would often dash out to pick something up to eat or drink. There is a taxi stand very near by and the metro is within easy walking distance. We would definitely stay here again and happily recommend it to other travellers."
    Guest: JR Date of Stay: July 2014 Review Submitted: July 23, 2014
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  • Cozy and convenient

    "Everything we needed was provided in this charming studio/one bedroom apartment. We loved the light and even the doors to a little balcony overlooking the garden. This sort of airy lightness is very unusual in the city. The bed was super comfortable and while small, the apartment was comfortable.We even entertained another couple one night for a glass of wine before going out. The location is close to everything and it is quiet at night! The apartment has several level changes from bedroom to kitchen and bathroom which renters need to be aware of. If anyone walks at night, it could be a problem, although it was not for us. We will stay here again on our next visit to Rome!"
    Guest: Adventuresome51 Date of Stay: May 2014 Review Submitted: June 5, 2014
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Rome Travel Tips

Rome Holiday Rentals by Owner

What could be better than a Rome vacation? A Rome short term rental apartment or Rome villa rental will allow you to stay near the attractions that matter most to you, whether you want to stay near the Colosseum or the Vatican. Perhaps you want a Rome vacation rental within walking distance of the best selection of restaurants and shops. Planning ahead will help make your Rome vacation dream a reality in a city that offers so much, from history, art, architecture, and attractions to world-famous culture and a taste of the Italian lifestyle.

Transportation around Rome

Study public transportation options in advance - driving in the city during your Rome holiday is not recommended as traffic is extremely heavy and unpredictable. From Rome’s airport, known as Fiumicino (19 miles or about 45 minutes from the center of Rome), train service can transport you to Station Termini near the center of town, from which the city’s metro (subway) and bus systems connect to Rome hotels and Rome rental apartments. If you prefer the direct route, arrange for taxi transportation before you arrive in order to secure the best rates. Public transportation from Rome vacation rentals is inexpensive, but learn the system because travelers without proper tickets can incur steep fines for violations.

Things to Do in Rome

This rich city can be overwhelming. Don’t allow a Rome vacation to become a list of “to-dos” that must be checked off, but take time to savor the sights. Plan for excursions to the places you really want to see as you also linger over Italian food, stroll, people-watch, and, like a true Roman, take an afternoon nap. Arrange to stay in a Rome self-catering vacation rental within walking distance of your list of must-see attractions. Take advantage of tourist passes that allow unlimited rides on city transportation. Travel guides will explain the options and help you plan ahead for transportation around your Rome apartment rental and to outlying destinations in Italy. A Rome villa rental on the city’s outskirts can provide more room, scenery and serenity but will likely require a rental car. Your Rome vacation rental host can be a great source of information for getting around in and enjoying the city.

The weather in Rome, Italy is at its best in spring and fall, but tourist season runs from Easter to October, and Rome vacations are popular. A fall or winter Rome holiday trip will allow you to explore without the long waits to get into popular attractions. August is hot, and many locals will leave the city for their own European holidays, closing restaurants and shops for the month. If you plan a summer Rome vacation, try to see the city in the morning and evening, and avoid the heat and crowds of midday. Once you decide on the best time of year and Rome accommodations to suit your dream Rome vacation, enjoy an amazing Rome, Italy holiday taking in its culture, history and beauty.

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