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- Piazza Navona
- Spanish Steps
- Campo de' Fiori
- Roman Forum
- Piazza Venezia
- Vatican Museums
- Basilica di Santa Maria Maggiore
- Piazza del Popolo
- Villa Borghese
- Piazza della Repubblica
- Lido di Ostia
- Gemelli Polyclinic
- Bambino Gesu Hospital
- Piazza Bologna
- University of Roma-La Sapienza
- Piazza di Spagna
- Santa Maria in Trastevere
What you should know about Trastevere
Anyone who wants to stay in a slightly offbeat, vibrant and atmospheric part of Rome can do no better than checking out the hotels in Trastevere, Rome that are available via Hotels.com. With its nightlife, architecture and a wealth of great traditional restaurants, this is a district that caters for everyone. There are also hotels to suit all tastes and needs. Find a place with a gym and swimming pool, or wifi connectivity. Check out location maps to find somewhere near the Metro, and read through reviews of places to stay in Trastevere that have been written by your fellow visitors. When you have taken it all in, booking is simple with Hotels.com. If you book early, you can also secure great discounts with our accommodation partners, so see what you can find in Trastevere.
What's Trastevere Like?
Trastevere lies across the River Tiber from Rome's historic center and provides a bohemian counterpoint to the tourist attractions and traffic of other parts of town. The area is best known these days as one of the focal points for Rome's nightlife, with plenty of restaurants, bars and clubs that open late. However, Trastevere is as historical as it is bohemian. See wonderful churches like Santa Maria in Trastevere with its extraordinary gold mosaics, enjoy the views from the Isola Tiberina and visit the beautiful Renaissance era home of the powerful Farnese family. Trastevere is also a fantastic neighborhood to wander around by foot. Unlike other parts of Rome, it has not been modernized with broad, paved streets. Cobbles are the rule here, as well as winding streets that can lead to all sorts of discoveries. The area is also a great base from which to visit the Vatican, the Colosseum and Rome's other treasures.
Tips for Getting Along with Locals in Rome
Trastevere is a laid back place, with welcoming cafes and restaurants around every corner. The locals are used to making international visotors feel at home, but it isn't crowded with tourist traps. Check out the area's traditional restaurants to try the full spectrum of Roman cuisine. From fettuccine with artichokes to deep friend vegetables and gnocchi with blue cheese sauce, there is a huge amount of gastronomic discovery to enjoy. The locals also tend to take light breakfasts - sometimes just a simple coffee and toast. That leaves room for a good sized lunch. The Isola Tiberina is also a fantastic place for a picnic. Stock up on cured meats and Roman bread to enjoy a delicious meal within sight of the Colosseum. All of this can be experienced if you book hotels in Trastevere, Rome with Hotels.com.
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