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The reason this street is well known, at least in some quarters, is due to the World War II... read more

Reviewed 6 November 2017
Dimitris L
Sydney, Australia
A narrow fairly central Rome Via...

After staying at Mood Suites on Via Rasella here goes. It's a narrow one way cobblestone Via... read more

Reviewed 5 July 2016
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Reviewed 15 March 2018

My husband has researched this partisan attack during WW11 and it was fascinating to see the bullet holes and to walk the street where it happened

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Reviewed 6 November 2017

The reason this street is well known, at least in some quarters, is due to the World War II massacre by German troops of Italian partisans, in March 1944. The germans always responded with extreme brutality to attacks against their troops by occupied people. The...More

Thank Dimitris L
Reviewed 5 July 2016 via mobile

After staying at Mood Suites on Via Rasella here goes. It's a narrow one way cobblestone Via (street/road) which is 7 minutes walk from Trevi Fountain, 7 minutes from the Spanish Steps, 15 minutes from the Pantheon and 30 minutes from the Coliseum. Via Rasella...More

Thank JohnTripAdviser
Reviewed 11 September 2015

On March 23, 1944, Italian partisans launched an ambush of a Nazi SS police battalion marching down the little street of Via Rasella. A bomb was planted and exploded, instantly killing 28 of the Nazi forces. The next day, the Nazis retaliated with the Ardeatine...More

1  Thank SpanishStepsApt
Reviewed 30 July 2015

Visited Via Rasella, yet to my surprise the only plaque that exists is one in memory of the ten italians that died there, of which its documented four or six were killed by the terrorist bomb planted by the partisans. Its no doubt part of...More

3  Thank carlosalonsom2016
Reviewed 30 June 2015

love this quite street,really good choice for your hotel to stay and you are close to everything from here

1  Thank katancik
Reviewed 21 March 2015

Wherever you are in Europe, it is safe to say that you are no more than a stone’s throw away from the location of some key historical event. Rome is no different and while the ruins of the old Empire are obvious, there are many...More

1  Thank AntoineBorg
Reviewed 20 June 2006

If you don't know anything about the history of this site, its well worth reading up on....and make sure in tandem with this also visit the Ardeatine caves on the outskirts of Rome near the Appian way.Via Rasella was the site of the partisan attack...More

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Emma D
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Response from carlosalonsom2016 | Reviewed this property |
Hello Emma, while visiting Via Rasella I did notice a Hotel which is almost at the end of the street (on the lower side of it, since via Rasella is an downhill street ) yet I could not tell you the name, sorry I can't be of... More