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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 Nomentano
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What's Nomentano Like?
When you visit Nomentano, make sure to visit the Santa Costanza church. Originally a third century mausoleum, this historic building became a church in medieval times and is home to some beautiful examples of fourth century mosaics. Head below ground and explore the mysterious catacombs of St Agnese or stay on the sunny streets and enjoy a traditional Italian gelato (ice cream) or a rich and aromatic espresso (also called a caffe normale in Rome). If you want to see a classic Roman villa then you are in luck: the stately old Villa Torlonia is right on your doorstep. In the elegant grounds of the museum, you can also find the Casino Nobile museum, which is highly recommended as it has some interesting examples of art and artifacts collected by the villa's inhabitants throughout the ages.
How to Get Along with Locals in Nomentano
Do as the locals do and use public transport. You can take the tram or the metro (the Rome underground) to and from Nomentano, and there are also plenty of public buses and official tour buses that you can hop on and hop off. Learning a few basic phrases of Italian will also go a long way when it comes to ordering food in a restaurant, asking for directions, or checking in to your hotel. Here at Hotels.com we are experts in all aspects of travel to Rome, so why would you use any other website when you are looking for top quality hotels in Nomentano, Rome for your upcoming vacation?
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