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What you should know about Repubblica

Situated at the heart of the Eternal City, the bustling Repubblica area boasts a wealth of historical hotspots just waiting to be discovered. This central district is packed with must-see Roman landmarks like the National Roman Museum, as well as a plethora of dining options to suit every budget. Conveniently situated close to the city’s main transport hub, Termini, the Repubblica area is an ideal base for travelers looking to stay close to the action.

Hotels in Repubblica


There’s an incredibly wide selection of hotels in Repubblica, ranging from high-end splendor to discount accommodation. For the ultimate in Italian luxury, head to the St. Regis Rome, a 5-star Repubblica hotel that offers opulent grandeur just moments away from the Teatro dell’Opera di Roma. Make a wish at the nearby Trevi Fountain, just a coin’s throw from the 4-star Hotel dei Borgia, or opt for budget-friendly accommodation in the heart of the Repubblica district at the Hotel Giuliana. With an excellent location at great-value rates, this affordable hotel in Repubblica is the ideal stop for budget travelers.

Things to see in Repubblica


Enjoy a coffee and watch the world go by at the semi-circular Piazza della Repubblica, admiring the spectacular Fontana della Naidi at its center, sculpted in the form of 4 exquisite water nymphs by Mario Rutelli in 1901. Nearby sits the 16th-century Basilica Santa Maria degli Angeli e dei Martiri (Basilica of St. Mary of the Angels and the Martyrs), designed by Michelangelo and erected amid the ruins of the frigidarium of the Baths of Diocletian. Peruse treasures ranging from antiquities to the contemporary at the National Roman Museum (Palazzo Massimo alle Terme), or pick up a souvenir at the Fiera Del Libro book fair, with stalls selling everything from artwork to classic books. Afterward, cool down with a scoop of creamy gelato at the popular Gelateria La Martorana on Via Torino. In need of some relaxation after a day’s exploring? Stop by the Boscolo Exedra Spa for a revitalizing massage and the ultimate in Roman relaxation.

Good for culture and history enthusiasts


Cultural and historical highlights are around every corner in this majestic city, so why not hire a zippy Vespa and cruise around the hotspots of Repubblica with real Italian flair? The Baths of Diocletian date back to 298 AD and are a must for any true history buff, while the hidden gems at the Basilica Santa Maria degli Angeli e dei Martiri include a meridian line from 1702 and an early example of one of Galileo’s pendulums. The area is also home to a number of impressive churches like the Abbazia di San Bernardo Alle Terme di Diocleziano, which boasts magnificent artwork and architecture.

How to get to Repubblica


Rome has 2 international airports, Fiumicino (Leonardo da Vinci) and Ciampino, which are both within 30 minutes’ drive of the Repubblica district. Both airports offer private transfers and fixed-rate taxis. Alternatively, COTRAL bus and metro connections provide speedy transport from Ciampino Airport to the Repubblica neighborhood, while the Leonardo Express train takes visitors from Fiumicino Airport to Rome’s main train station, Termini—just a few minutes’ stroll from Piazza della Repubblica. Metro trains, taxis, and ATAC trams and buses provide a range of options for getting around Repubblica, but with many of the area’s most popular landmarks in close proximity to one another, it’s easy to explore on foot.

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