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What you should know about EUR

With its fascinating history, impressive architecture, and abundance of public spaces, EUR is one of Rome’s more unusual and interesting suburbs. Esposizione Universale Roma (EUR) was half-built in the 1930s by Mussolini for a planned World’s Fair. The area was initially left uncompleted following the outbreak of World War II, but in the 1950s its towering buildings, artificial lake, green spaces, and wide avenues were revived and regenerated, making EUR the busy commercial and residential district that it is today.

Hotels in EUR

There's a wide selection of 2- to 4-star accommodation in EUR, including bed and breakfasts, apartments, and hotels; prices also tend to be very reasonable in this neighborhood. For a relaxing vacation, check out the 4-star Hotel All Time Relais & Sport, a hotel in EUR with indoor and outdoor pools, and enjoy free access to its state-of-the-art health club. If you're looking for something a little more affordable, try the Villa EUR - Parco dei Pini, a comfortable 3-star hotel located within easy walking distance of the Museum of Roman Civilization. For a quiet, peaceful break, book a guestroom at Greta e Prisca, a charming bed and breakfast that features a picturesque garden.

Things to see in EUR

The most striking feature of EUR is its architecture, reflecting a 1930s reinterpretation of the buildings of classical Rome. Visit the imposing Palazzo della Civiltà Italiana, also known as the Colosseo Quadrato (Square Coliseum) and snap a photo in front of this monumental icon, with its rows of arches and marble statues representing Italian art, industry, and culture. If you're interested in discovering lesser-known aspects of Italian history, spend a day exploring the wonders of this neighborhood’s smaller museums, including the Pigorini National Museum of Prehistory and Ethnography, the National Museum of the Early Middle Ages, and the National Museum of Popular Arts and Traditions. For a relaxing afternoon, pack a picnic lunch and grab a bench in the quiet, green Central Lake Park, before venturing out onto the artificial lake in a canoe to enjoy the impressive buildings and monuments of EUR from a new perspective.

Good for history buffs and families

EUR is a fascinating area for visitors interested in Italy's turbulent 20th-century history, from the district's controversial beginnings during the height of fascism to the regeneration and reconstruction of its crumbling buildings in the latter half of the century. Museums and monuments abound in the area, commemorating different aspects of Roman and Italian history. Families will also find it a peaceful and quiet place to stay, and kids will love exploring the Central Lake Park. The good selection of reasonably priced, family-friendly hotels in EUR makes it easy to find accommodation for a group on your Rome vacation.

How to get to EUR

The closest airport is Ciampino Airport, served by both international and domestic flights, and is just a 15-minute journey by taxi or rental car to your EUR hotel. Many hotels run shuttles to and from the airport—make sure to check before you book. To get to EUR by public transportation, take the F14 or F16 train from Ciampino airport to Termini, change to metro line B and continue on to EUR Fermi. Getting around EUR itself is also very easy on foot, and the area is well served by metros and buses.

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