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Destination guide

Discover an ancient place in Metropolitan City of Rome

Travelers have been flocking to Metropolitan City of Rome vacation rentals for millennia. There was once a time when the streets they pepper echoed with the footsteps of mighty Roman emperors and Praetorian Guard. These days, they are packed with sightseers snapping shots of amazing monuments, like the Colosseum and the Pantheon. Layers of heritage and history combine to create a cityscape that fuses the rich Vatican Museum with elegant Renaissance palazzi, medieval castles with ancient temples. All that's topped with vibrant life – the clinking of wine glasses in the rustic enoteche and the delicious aroma from the pizza ovens in the trattorias.

Things to do

Astounding monuments in Metropolitan City of Rome

Iconic sights are everywhere in Rome. Just to put things into perspective – you could bag yourself a Metropolitan City of Rome vacation rental that has views of the Colosseum from its bedroom windows. Others sit in the shadow of Vatican City, home to one of the world's richest collections of art. Others are a stroll from St Peter's Basilica – a glimpse of Michelangelo's painted ceiling or a soaring view of Italy's great capital before lunch, anyone? Other rentals pepper ancient Ostia, on the coast, or fringe the Tivoli Gardens and its handsome Roman villas.


Choose your way of seeing Metropolitan City of Rome

Romans are forever coming up with more and more ingenious ways to distill their Eternal City into bite-sized chunks. Hop-on, hop-off routes rumble over the cobbled streets to reveal snapshots of mighty gladiator arenas and temples, from open-top buses. Personal 2-wheeled motorized scooters are an alternative way to travel, letting you weave down secluded alleyways between the Tiber and immersive, bohemian Trastevere. Foodie tours mean hitting the local markets and discovering bruschetta-touting, artichoke-frying kitchens run by locals. Culture guides offer the seemingly endless treasures of the Vatican, while bike rentals open up pine-scented parks, like the Villa Borghese.


Sun, snows and pretty springs in Metropolitan City of Rome

The Metropolitan City of Rome has 4 seasons that change from cold winters to warm and sultry summers. Most travelers want to enjoy temperatures in the 80s and the endless sunshine that comes between June and August – that's when Metropolitan City of Rome vacation rentals are at their most popular. Spring and autumn, in months like May and September, are the perfect choice if you're looking for good sightseeing conditions without the crowds. Winter means occasional flurries of snow, and ice on the ground, but reveals a truly enchanting side to the capital.

Natural features

An escape from Metropolitan City of Rome

Whether it's the pine-scented woods of the Villa Borghese or the lakesides of the stately Doria Pamphilj, you certainly won't have to stray far to discover a gorgeous park in Rome. What's more, over 125 kilometers of coastline on the beautiful Tyrrhenian Sea is located within the district itself – you can seek out Metropolitan City of Rome vacation rentals in Ostia to be right next to sandy beaches. In the other direction is the verdant Marcigliana Nature Reserve. It's home to badgers and foxes, and its oak and maple woods are dashed by pasturelands and farms.

How to get there

Transportation to and around Rome

Fly into Rome (CIA-Ciampino), the closest airport, located 8.6 mi (13.9 km) from the city center. If you can't find a flight that works for your travel itinerary, you could book a flight to Rome (FCO-Fiumicino - Leonardo da Vinci Intl.), which is 18.7 mi (30.1 km) away.

If you're traveling by train, Rome Palmiro Togliatti Station, Rome Tor Sapienza Station and Rome Serenissima Station are the main stations in the area. You can get around Rome by catching a ride on the metro at Rebibbia Station, Ponte Mammolo Station or Pietralata Station.

How many vacation rentals are available around Province of Rome?

Our 2021 property listings offer a large selection of 7,103 vacation rentals around Province of Rome. From 4,872 studio vacation rentals to 4,913 condo and apartment rentals, find a unique house rental for you to enjoy a memorable holiday or a weekend with your family and friends.

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