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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 Aurelio
Centrally located, but set apart from the energy of the downtown districts, Aurelio is one of Rome's most enjoyable areas to stay. It is also fantastically located to tour the Vatican City, making it great for religious visitors and art lovers. At Hotels.com, we have built relationships with the best accommodation providers in Aurelio. Each one of the hotels in Aurelio, Rome featured on our site is listed with accurate customer reviews and location maps which detail precisely where each hotel can be found. You can also check out plenty of photographs to give an idea of what the rooms are like along with full information concerning the facilities on offer is included as well. Take the worry out of organizing vacation accommodation and, if you book early, you can also secure bargain deals with Hotels.com's accommodation partners.
What's Aurelio Like?
Located in the western half of Rome's city center, Aurelio is one of the closest districts to the Vatican City, making it s great spot for tourists with a taste for history and artistic treasures. Much of the area is made up of charming city streets with traditional eateries and a laid back lifestyle, which contrasts to the buzzing energy of the center. Within Aurelio itself, you can climb to the crest of the hill to see some of the finest views across Rome - with skylines incorporating beautiful sights like the dome of St Peter's, the Colosseum and the multitude of churches dotted across the city. You can also easily access galleries like the Museum of Ancient Art, the masterpieces of the Sistine Chapel, and the Palazzo Venezia Museum. Aurelio is central enough to tour the city by foot, although the Metro will get you to sights like the Villa Borghese, the Pantheo, or the Spanish Steps in no time at all.
Tips for Getting Along with Locals in Rome
Dive right into the local way of life by trying out a few words in Italian, and the locals will adore you straight away. Aurelio is a district that is filled with places to eat - most of them off the tourist trail and frequented by locals who love their food. So ask around for the best place to try Rome's pizzas and pasta or its trademark deep fried vegetables. Hotels in Aurelio, Rome are also ideal for those who want to see Rome's outdoor spaces. A short climb will take you to the stunning viewpoints around the Villa Doria Pamphili. The locals are also big sports fans. The Stadio Olympico is situated just to the north of Aurelio, so book your accommodation in Rome with Hotels.com.
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