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What you should know about Aurelio

With leafy parks, traditional shops and restaurants, and tranquil streets, Aurelio has a village atmosphere that feels worlds away from the busy center of Rome. However, with its location right next to Vatican City, this peaceful neighborhood is surprisingly close to some of the Eternal City’s top attractions. This modern residential area is known for its beautiful public spaces, and is home to many young professionals and families. Visitors seeking a relaxing Rome vacation will discover a hidden gem in this peaceful, affordable, and well-connected area.

Hotels in Aurelio

There’s a large selection of 1- to 4-star hotels in Aurelio, along with a decent number of bed and breakfasts, some apartment rentals, and a campsite/caravan park. Experience a truly unique stay at Ecohotel, a 3-star hotel in Aurelio that prides itself on being environmentally friendly. Situated in the beautiful Valle dei Casali nature reserve, Ecohotel offers free use of bicycles to get around Rome and a free organic breakfast to get your day off to the right start. For a personal touch, stay at Aurelia Gold Garden Bed & Breakfast, an Aurelio B&B with a bar/lounge, 24-hour health club, and treatments such as reflexology and relaxing massages.

Things to see in Aurelio

If you're planning a trip to Vatican City, a vacation in Aurelio puts you in the perfect spot. Head to the edge of the neighborhood where it meets with the walls of the Vatican, and step into this “city within a city” to discover the wonders of the Sistine Chapel, the imposing St. Peter's Basilica, and the great expanse of St. Peter's Square. Pack a picnic lunch and stroll through the landscaped gardens of the Villa Doria Pamphili, the largest public park in Rome, on the southern side of the district. Cool down with a traditional Italian gelato from Cremeria Aurelia, an unassuming gem of an ice-cream parlor on Via Aurelia that specializes in unusual flavors. For a taste of local cuisine, book a table at Osteria dei Pontefichi, an authentic Italian restaurant on Via Gregorio VII, and enjoy delicacies such as homemade ravioli and boscaiola pizza.

Good for families

This quiet area of Rome provides the perfect base for a relaxing family vacation away from the fast pace of the city center. Whether you’re planning a camping holiday with the kids, or a hotel stay that caters to the demands of pint-sized travelers, you’ll plenty of affordable, family-friendly accommodation in Aurelio. The area has excellent public transportation links to the main sightseeing areas in central Rome. Restful parks and green areas such as those surrounding the massive Villa Doria Pamphili provide plenty of space for kids to explore. The district is also home to traditional cafés and restaurants that will give your family a hearty, old-fashioned Italian welcome.

How to get to Aurelio

Aurelio is about the same distance from both Leonardo da Vinci International Airport (Fiumicino) and Ciampino Airport, so if you're arriving in Rome by air, it'll take you roughly 30 minutes to reach your Aurelio hotel by car. If you're traveling by public transportation from either airport, take a shuttle bus to the central Termini station, then use metro line A to get to Aurelio (get off at Valle Aurelia or Baldo Degli Ubaldi). The area is well connected to the city, and once in the neighborhood, you can get around easily on foot or by hired bike, car, bus, or metro.

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