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What you should know about Nomentano

With its expansive parks, vibrant squares, and historical architecture, Nomentano is a leafy suburb of Rome that offers a tranquil place to stay near the ancient city walls. If you're looking for a spot to experience Rome like a local, this quiet residential area is ideal. Unwind in the splendid grounds of Villa Torlonia, enjoy classic Italian cuisine in a local restaurant, or sit at a café on a shaded square and indulge in a spot of people-watching—a favorite Italian pastime.

Hotels in Nomentano

Expect to find a selection of 3- to 4-star accommodation in Nomentano, with a decent number of reasonably priced hotels, bed and breakfasts, and guesthouses. If you're looking for budget accommodation in Nomentano, check out the colorful Next Door Guest House, offering cozy townhouse rooms on Via Nomentana. For a little more luxury, book into the stately Hotel Principe Torlonia, a 4-star Nomentano hotel with a rooftop terrace, not far from the Villa Torlonia. If you're seeking well-priced 3-star accommodation in Nomentano, Villa Maria Rosa Molas on Via Cervino is a good option. Set in landscaped gardens, this comfortable inn also offers secure parking.

Things to see in Nomentano

To experience the tranquil atmosphere of this neighborhood at its best, pay a visit to the grounds of Villa Torlonia. Here you can while away an afternoon lazing in the sun, picnicking, or simply strolling through the beautiful park. The villa itself houses a public museum in its magnificent neoclassical building, where you'll find fascinating pieces of fine art, sculpture, and antique furniture. Discover quirky architecture in the Casina delle Civette (House of Owls), named after the decorative owl motifs found throughout the museum. To continue your study in eccentric design, head to Quartiere Coppedè, where you’ll find intricately decorated Art Nouveau buildings standing alongside fascinating examples of medieval and Baroque architecture. No visit to Rome is complete without tasting the local gelato. Try classic flavors like pistachio or more unusual combinations like pear caramel at Gelateria dei Gracchi on Viale Regina Margherita.

Good for families

Situated just beyond the hustle and bustle of the city center, Nomentano is an ideal base for a family vacation. The district is quiet and mainly residential, yet well connected to the heart of Rome via bus, tram, and metro. There's plenty to keep kids occupied in the neighborhood itself, from exploring the green parks of Villa Torlonia and Villa Ada to browsing stores on the Via Nomentana. A family vacation in Nomentano will allow you to experience Roman life side by side with the locals, as you dine in a traditional Italian restaurant on Piazza Bologna or stop into a tiny gelateria for a well-deserved treat.

How to get to Nomentano

If you're arriving to Rome by air, expect to spend 35-40 minutes reaching your hotel in Nomentano by car from either Leonard da Vinci International Airport (Fiumicino) or Ciampino Airport. If you're using public transportation to travel from either airport, take a shuttle bus to Termini, the main rail, bus, and metro station in Rome. From here, get on metro line B (blue line) and get off in Nomentano at either the Bologna or Policlinico metro stops. The area is easy to navigate on foot and well connected to other districts. There are also numerous buses and tram lines (3 and 19) serving the neighborhood.

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