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One of the most convenient districts in Rome to find accommodation, Repubblica also has some elegant boulevards, great museums and fine dining options, so explore the range of places to stay in the area with We have partnered with Rome's finest accommodation providers, taking the stress out of selecting a place to sleep in Repubblica. We present you with all of the information needed to make the right choice - from location maps to lists of the facilities on offer and high quality photographs of what you will find. We also include accurate customer feedback and ratings for all of the hotels in Repubblica, Rome, so that you can be sure of finding a high quality place to sleep during your vacation. With, you can also secure big discounts on your accommodation if you book early with our travel partners.

What's Repubblica Like?

This area of Rome takes its name from the Piazza della Repubblica, which is its focal point. Wander down the stylish Via Veneto, with its boutiques and high end cafes and visit beautiful churches like Church of Santa Maria della Concezione of the Capuchins. See the artefacts in the National Gallery of Ancient Art, attend a performance at Rome's Opera House and see the famous Trevi Fountain. The area also includes the Museum of Rome and is right next to some of the most important remains of Ancient Rome, such as Trajan's Forum. The city center and the Old Town are within easy walking distance of hotels in Repubblica, Rome as well. See the glorious dome of the Pantheon, climb the Spanish Steps and see gorgeous churches around every corner, such as Sant'Ivo alla Sapienza. With the Metro, Repubblica is also fifteen minutes from the Vatican and the Galleria Borghese.

Tips for Getting Along with Locals in Rome

Getting along with the people of Rome should hardly be an issue. The Italian capital tends to be friendly, open and its people are full of suggestions about how to spend your time. Don't be afraid to ask for recommendations, or to try out your Italian (however much you know). recommends using the city's excellent public transport system to get around; 7 day passes are a great option for many visitors. The Romans also know how to relax. Join them with a glass of local Frascati wine in parks like the Villa Borghese or by the sea at Ostia, and make the most of the city's fabulous food as well. Everyone will have a fantastic time when they book hotels in Repubblica, Rome with

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