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Knowing how to choose a hotel-bed and breakfast in the historic center of Rome

Rome has  a large center area in order to make a good choice about where to stay, we must first  choose the areas and monuments to visit, because the time available for each tourist is very limited to visit Rome. After identifying the areas that you prefer, do a search of hotels or Bad and Breakfast that are in the area of your choice.

Of course there are different types of hotels and B&B, then the choice must be made in proportion to the available budget and your needs as a service to you welcome. Also depending on your budget you can find several options, for example, facilities that offer more room only or bed and breakfast, half board or full board. Choose an accommodation in the historical center of Rome is certainly more convenient in terms of time, as it is easier to reach places of worship, monuments, and more.



A little history in the center of Rome: Colosseum, Spanish Steps, Trevi Fountain

« As long as live the Colosseum, Rome also exists and when the Colosseum falls, Rome will fall and when Rome falls, the world will fall. "(Prophecy of the Venerable Bede, the eighth century). The Colosseum, one of the seven wonders of the world, also known as the Flavian Amphitheatre. It is located in the center of Rome, may contain up to 50,000 spectators, the largest amphitheater in Rome that the most impressive monuments of this beautiful city. It was built under Emperor Vespasian in 72 ADand was inaugurated by Titus in 80 A. D.

The name "Colosseum" is derived from the statue located near the "Colossus of the Sun God." Was used for gladiator shows and public events such as shows of hunting, re-enactments of famous battles, and dramas on classical mythology. Piazza di Spagna is one of the most famous squares of Rome.the  name comes from the palace of Spain, seat of the state dello'ambasciata Spanish Embassy to the Holy See. In the square are the fountain of "Barcaccia", dates back to the early Baroque, Bernini and his son. Nearby are: the home of romantic poet John Keats, now a museum dedicated to his poetic life. Babington's tearoom founded in 1893. The side of Via Frattina are the property of the Holy See, designed by Bernini and Borromini, the column of the Immaculate Conception.

While the staircase, designed by Alessandro Mirrors, was inaugurated by Pope Benedict XIII in 1725 and the Jubilee Venen built to connect the Spanish Embassy to the church Trinita dei Monti.

Trevi Fountain is the largest fountain in Rome, considered one of the most famous fountains in the world. The fountain dates back to the eighteenth century, was designed by Nicola Salvi, has a mix of baroque and classicism. Its history is linked to the construction of the Virgin, during the era of Emperor Augustus when Agrippa made ​​the water come to the Pantheon and its thermal baths. The Pantheon was built in the history of ancient Rome as a temple dedicated to the gods of Olympus. After the fires, 80 and 110 A. D. had damaged the building dating back to Augustus, the emperor Hadrian rebuilt between 118 and 128 AD in the seventh century, the Pantheon was converted into a Christian church under the name of Santa Maria larger columns. Can not miss also called Castel Sant 'Angelo mausoleum of Hadrian. It was started by Emperor Hadrian in 125 AD and was finished by Antonio Pio in 139 A. D.

It was built in front of the Campus Martius who was joined by a bridge called Bridge, Elio. It housed the remains of Emperor Hadrian and his wife, and the wife of the emperor Pius Antonio with his children, but also by Lucio Elio Cesare, and sons Marcus Aurelius, Septimius Severus and the wife and children emperors Geta and Caracalla. The name of the Castel S. Angelo was given in 590 following a mystical event, where the Pope Gregory I had a vision of the Archangel Michael.


Dream: to live in a luxury suite in the center of Rome

We know that the dream of every foreigner has to visit  once in their lifetime Rome the Eternal City. There are also those groups of tourists, who arrived in Rome caught a dream of spending the rest of their lives in this magical city, perhaps in a luxury suite at the center of Rome. Of course this great city offers plenty of luxury hotels with a wide range of choice of suites that are located in the heart of a noble city.
The choice of a suite, you will be made ​​based on their tastes. You can find suites of twenty square meters with full amenities, suites up to one hundred and fifty square meters, where in addition to comfort, you can find gardens and swimming pools inside or outside the room. For lovers of well-being there is the possibility of living in a spa suites surrounded by many hotels provide, their most difficult clients. Living in a suite in the center of Rome is truly a dream, every night you can look out and to observe the beauties that Rome offers.



Accommodation via veneto piazza Barberini Rome

When you walk into the Via Veneto in Rome, come to mind the '50s, when the street was packed with people both day and  night, in search of fame and scandal. Still today, you prefer to find an Accommodation at Via Veneto or the "piazza Barberini" , to relive those wonderful years, the sweet life told by Federico Fellini.
The tourists and the Roman citizens, are still attracted by the locals as Doney, where the guests sitting in the sun, eager to get a chance to become an actor, to play at Cinecittà or the possibility of appearing on some magazine.
Still worth a visit and a tempting appetizer.
The historical memory of that period, and remained to this day, in fact anyone who wants to sleep in Via Veneto, prefer find  a luxury accommodation , just down the main street via veneto, or in Piazza Barberini, a short walk before evening, or  for a few hours of shopping.
For a moment you can relive the emotions of that time and hear the echo of noises, voices of the people of the Roman nights past.

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