Discover the neighborhoods of Rome
Rome is not a city that suffers from anonymity. It’s known around the world as one of the greatest cities in history, and is a favorite among travelers who find their way to this Eternal City to take part in its famous food, culture, and history.
The city is divided into several zones, making it easy and enjoyable to explore. The Coliseum, the 8th-century BC Palatine ruins, and the Roman Forum are all located close to Colosseo metro station, a short walk from the shopping of Via del Corso. In the city center, the Pantheon, the Trevi Fountain, and the Spanish Stairs are all within a ten-minute stroll of each other. The Piazza Navona, nestled by the Tiber, is also close – just south of Vatican City.
Termini is Rome's arterial train junction. Collecting passengers from Paris and various points around Italy, it's a hub of activity 24 hours a day. Hotels near Termini provide convenient accommodation to train travelers and those taking the express rail link to Leonardo da Vinci-Fiumicino Airport. Travelers will find buses, metro links and taxis in abundance here, along with plenty of affordable dining, shopping centers and markets. Offering stunning experiences for all the senses, Rome truly is a city that must be explored at least once.
There’s much more to see and learn about Rome, and the interactive map on this page is a great way to find out where the attractions and hotels can be found in this exciting city.