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Contrary to the chaos of the city, the Aventine is Rome’s oasis. A neighbourhood made up of a patchwork of ancient churches, hidden gardens, private homes and embassies, peace and quiet is top priority and the vibe definitely friends and family. Take a walk around the Aventine and you’ll find a treasure hunt of surprises like the clever little keyhole at the Knights of Malta entrance (the only place you’ll find a line) along with Parco Savello (Giardino degli Aranci) next to the ancient Santa Sabina church. Keep your eyes on the 1960s architecture, several modern buildings are built atop Rome’s original 4th century BC wall.
Best trees in Rome! I love those big cypresses. We walked up the Aventine hill which has the ‘back’ view of Palentine hill and after a peak thru the keyhole found the beautiful green space of the Orange Garden. Very relaxing and great view of the city from hill to hill.
This was my favorite view of the city. The walk to the top was tiring but well worth it. It’s not located close to all the other famous attractions but I’m glad we ventured out. It’s right across from the Tevere River near the Sublicia bridge.
I visited the Dominican Monastery alongside the beautiful Basilica of Santa Sabina and aside from the staggering view from the outside terrace there were the excavations beneath which were amazing.
The whole visit was fantastic.
We visiited in early May, and many of the roses were in full bloom. It is definitely worth a visit this time of year. Also, it is impressive how they honored this land’s previous use with the layout of the walkways
Hint #1: look at it from a satellite view, and you’ll see a shape that may be familiar.
Through the Keyhole of the Palace of the Knights of Malta you have a cool look at St. Peter’s framed with beautiful trees. Actually you are looking at three countries at one time. Sovereign Order of Malta, Italy and Vatican City.
I love this restaurant, as my last review indicates--the intimate and ancient decor, the excellent food, and the friendly young wait staff. But a few nights ago, I asked for some olive oil for an appetizer, and the waiter dutifully brought out a very small dish of it. Although all of the other restaurants in Rome I've dined at would...
Everything excellent. Best pasta I even tried, perfectly cooked. The bartender did amazing drinks. We have chosen this place due to then good reviews and we took the right decision. Definitely, we will back.
A classic and authentic vibrant Roman restaurant, ideal for family dinners or large group of friends meeting together. Better to make a reservation as it is quite busy with mostly locals and few tourists which is another advantage too. There is a wide list of starters with the impressive anti pasti plateau and also a wide range of pasta dishes....
My first dinner in Rome after a long flight there.
It was close to our hotel in Aventino. It was a small places with a few tables and chairs.
Authentic Greek food, mousakka, lamb gyro , chicken burger with Greek salad, light, not greasy.
Quick. Cold Greek beer.
We were on a pilgrimage to some Benedictine sites as Rome began feeling the pinch of the pain northern Italy was going through. We were delighted to come to this place of peace where the rooms were spotless and well kept, the staff was kind and professional, and the food and service in the breakfast room and bar were of...
The rooms are full-on baroque decor, gold, silver, bronze wallpapers, elaborate swag curtains, some rooms have special tubs and showers. It is a real treat to go there. The breakfast is wonderful - lots of fruits, cheeses, types of bread, sweet rolls, eggs and various meats (I am veg). The location is perfect on Avnetino hill overlooking Rome from near...
perfect location for a sightseeing trip. all attractions are in walking distance. fifth´s floor rooms with balcony. wonderful roof terrace with a sight to the city. extremly long daily breakfast times from 07:00 to 11:00h.
Travelled to Rome for sightseeing tour and celebration of my daughters 30th birthday and stayed at this wonderful hotel!!! Based in a residential area very close to all amenities and places of interest this quaint boutique hotel is a gem! Clean and comfortable with friendly staff who will go out of their way to help you. From arranging taxi transfers,...
This was our base for 3 days visiting Rome, Bus stops right outside, nice clean large apt small kitchenette with all you needed, Breakfast was available down stairs in restaurant. Perfect location just outside the expensive area but close enough.