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Rome is a city of hills - all of them with their own neighborhood characteristics. The area of Gianicolo is associated with love and learning, making it an attractive and relaxed place to spend time in Italy's capital. So check out the range of hotels in Gianicolo, Rome available via We have partnered with Gianicolo's best accommodation providers, allowing you to find the perfect match. Location maps will help you to pinpoint a place to stay that commands breath-taking views across the city. You can read through reviews by past visitors detailing their experiences. Photographs of sample rooms also provide give a good idea of what to expect. With the information we provide, finding accommodation in Gianicolo will be simple. So take the stress out of heading to Rome and book early to enjoy big discounts from's partner hotels.

What's Gianicolo Like?

Located on one of Rome's many hills, Gianicolo is the home of several international schools, giving it a cosmopolitan flavor that other Roman districts lack. It's also green and peaceful, while the hill itself offers fantastic views across the Eternal City. Attractions in the area include the Church of San Pietro in Montorio (thought to be built on the site of St. Peter's crucifixion) a gorgeous Baroque Fountain of Acqua Paola and the fascinating remains of a Roman water wheel system. Gianicolo has also always been associated with romance, possibly due to its scenery, and every evening you can find couples taking in the views of Rome. It all adds up to a great place from which to visit world famous sites like the Sistine Chapel, the Roman Forum, and the Pantheon.

Tips for Getting Along with Locals in Gianicolo

Rome is a bustling capital city and the center can get quite hectic at times, but districts like Gianicolo are always relaxed and welcoming. If you need assistance, just ask the locals and they will always be ready to offer their favorite place to try Rome's famous fried vegetables. Getting around Rome by car can be a challenge, so we recommend using the excellent public bus network to see the sights. Gianicolo is well connected to the center and the buses run 24 hours a day. Look for the blue and white "T" sign for places to buy tickets, and don't forget to validate your ticket before traveling. Other than that, visitors can settle in by wandering the romantic streets of Rome. Discover delights like the Spanish Steps and be transported to another era when you visit hotels in Gianicolo, Rome with

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