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After an overnight flight from Ottawa to Rome, we grabbed a taxi to Hotel Quirinale, and we knew the rooms wouldn't be ready until 2, we asked the Consierge to store our bags, took another taxi to Torre Argentina, the ruins of the old Senate...More
You could be forgiven for missing the Roman Temples at Largo di Torre Argentina, hemmed in as they are by Corso Vittorio Emanuele, Via Arunela and the tram terminus and Via Florida. You may notice a hole in the ground, some ruins and people looking...More
This oasis in the centre of Rome - an historic archeological site, reputed to be where Caesar was assassinated. Under the street the most wonderful work is being carried out. It is a cat hospital and sanctuary. If you are a real cat lover, please...More
Wonderful work being done here to help and rescue cats in Rome. Some visitors seem to think the cats are feral but if you care to walk down the iron steps in the corner of the ruins you will find a place that will touch...More
I suppose there are so many old parts of Rome, that they can't preserve and look after all of them. Walking to the Pantheon, you will find on most maps, an place marked Area Scara or Largo di Torre Argentina , which looks quite large...More
I suppose there are so many old parts of Rome, that they can't preserve and look after all of them. Walking to the Pantheon, you will find on most maps, an place marked Area Scara, which looks quite large in size. To be honest it's...More
I see from the photos on Tripadvisor that it is true. I have been to Rome a couple of times and have caught the tram from this area and it is so strange that these ruins are basically just sitting in a whole at a...More
Enjoyed a wonderful during a recent holiday in Rome inIl Pero,Largo Di Torre Argentina.It may not look that big from the outside but the food and attention was first class with beautiful starters followed by the tastiest pasta dishes .Even the service charge was very...More
We stumbled upon this amazing cat sanctuary as we walked passed the ruins where Caesar was killed. They have hundreds of cats and they are all vaccinated. These volunteers are doing such a great job!
Be sure to pay them a visit and cuddle with...More
This is an interesting spot to visit. If you are a cat lover, this is now a cat sanctuary where stray cats are brought to be spayed, fed, and hopefully matvhed up with new owners.
For fans of ancient Rome, this is the site where...More
With three of Rome’s most beloved piazzas within a five-minute walk of each other, the Navona/Pantheon/Campo area may be the prettiest and most picturesque area of the city. Join the beautiful throngs hanging out in cafes, boutiques, art galleries, and wine bars, or peek at a neighbourhood museum or monument. If you want nonstop movida, the streets here are busy with chic bicyclists and Vespa
drivers, street vendors, merchants, and locals. There is no rhyme or reason to its winding streets and there's something to see around every corner, so take pleasure in a spontaneous wander.
Response from KirkandMimi | Reviewed this property |
It is about 10 minutes by taxi, or 15-20 minute walk (about 1 mile). There is also public transportation very close to both locations but I haven't taken it to know how easy it is. I assume you're going to visit the cat... More
It is about 10 minutes by taxi, or 15-20 minute walk (about 1 mile). There is also public transportation very close to both locations but I haven't taken it to know how easy it is. I assume you're going to visit the cat sanctuary, and if so, it's definitely worth the trip.