Routes

Rome is a magnificent city, rich in monuments and fascinating itineraries, and filled with numerous tourist attractions and points of interest, all of which are easily accessible from Rhome86.

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From Rhome86 to San Giovanni and San Paolo

Starting at Rhome86 let’s walk down following via Emanuele Filiberto and in 20 minutes we arrive to San Giovanni. The San Giovanni Basilic is the church of the Pope since he is also Rhome’s...
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From Spanish steps to Santa Maria Maggiore

Piazza di Spagna, Trevi's Fountain, Quirinale, Piazza Barberini, piazza Repubblica, Santa Maria MaggioreTaking the A metro line we will arrive directly to Piazza di Spagna. This square has a unique...
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Do you know that...?

Women’s DayIn antique Rome, the day of women was called Matronalia. The year was only 10 months and it started with “Martius”, in honor of Mars, god of war and father of Romolo (the founder of...
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From Pantheon to Campo de' Fiori

Pantheon, piazza Navona, Campo de' Fiori.The Pantheon, the “Temple of all gods," is the Roman monument best preserved and it remains the most copied in modern architecture around the world. This...
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From Trastevere to San Pietro

Trastevere, San Pietro, Castel Sant'Angelo.Trastevere is one of the most unique neighborhoods in Rome. Romans have always considered this as the neighborhood for the artisans and the artists. To...
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From Piazza Venezia to Trastevere

Piazza Venezia, Campidoglio, Bocca della Verità, Ghetto ebraico, Isola Tiberina, Trastevere.Piazza Venezia is dominated by the marble monument to Vittorio Emanuele II, king of Italy, and by Palazzo...
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From Piazza del Popolo to Largo Argentina

Piazza del Popolo, Pantheon, Piazza Navona, Campo de' Fiori, Largo Argentina We arrive in Piazza del Popolo walking from Piazza di Spagna, or with the metro A line (Flaminio stop). This square is...
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From Palatino to Ara Pacis

Palatino, Foro Romano, via del Corso, Ara PacisAfter the visit to the Colosseum, let’s continue towards another obligatory stop: the Palatino, the location where Romolo built the Eternal City...
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From Rhome86 to Colosseum and Terms of Caracalla

Colosseum, Domus Aurea, Villa Celimontana, Circo Massimo, Terme di Caracalla Once you are in the Capital (Rome) you ought to visit the landlord, The Colosseum. After a satisfying breakfast, leave...
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The markets

Antiques, collections, modern collections Every Sunday you can visit a different market and find the deal for the rare or unusual object you were looking for. 1) The first Sunday of each month from...
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• What our guests say •

  • “Lovely and friendly little B & B. Antonio is a very charming host and makes good cappuccino in the morning. The location is ideal for visiting the city on foot.”

    (Sherbrooke, Francia)

  • “The owner spent much time giving us advice and directions. He makes you feel very special.”

    (St. Luis – U. S.)

  • “The star of the show is the owner. He had many new ideas and recommendations that made our visit to Rome more enjoyable than it would have ever been without his knowledge”

    (New York)

  • “The owner, is just about the most friendly, kind, fun and helpful person we have met. The room was comfortable, the air conditioning worked very well, bathroom with a hot shower/good water pressure.”

    (Canada)

  • “Best, the bed/mattress was like memory foam. I like soft, my husband likes firm, and we were both comfortable. For breakfast the highest quality croissants, wonderful capuccionos, and other things for a light start.”

    (Oregon)

  • “The b&b has a remarkable atmosphere, good taste decorations and good location close to the main railway station. Breakfast is perfect, both in quantity and quality.”

    (Australia)

  • “I want to emphasize that Antonio, who runs the hotel, is very helpful and very nice, he came to pick us up at the airport and was always ready to help us.”

    (Russia)

  • “Antonio excellent host! the place is very clean. Beautiful design, spotlessly clean. Very rich breakfast. Totally recommended!”

    (Argentina, La Plata)

  • “Antonio gave us a good tip for our dinner restaurant and helped with a map and other walking-tour advice. We were sorry we couldn't stay longer!”

    (Minnesota)

  • “Very neat, clean and eclectically decorated. The manager is an excellent person. Highly recommended. ”

    (Argentina)

  • “Antonio will welcome you warmly and make sure to answer your questions in the best possible way.”

    (Parigi)

  • “The charm of the rooms and the bright friendliness of the staff, his taking time for a chat, are priceless. ”

    (Stuttgart)