Where to Stay in Rome Best Neighborhoods for Every Travel Style
Rome is a beautiful, chaotic sprawl made up of 22 different districts. Each of these districts is made up of several neighborhoods.
Each of these neighborhoods has a unique vibe and is suited to different budgets. It’s not surprising choosing where to stay in Rome can be difficult.
Within this area are numerous neighborhoods, each with a very distinct vibe, but you’ll find nearly all of Rome’s famous attractions within walking distance.
Piazza de Spagna
Popular with people looking to indulge in Rome’s luxurious side or families looking for a quieter area, Piazza de Spagna is still close enough to the city’s central monuments.
Flaminio and Parioli
Are for you if you want museums, fancy restaurants, art galleries, a tranquil atmosphere filled with enormous green spaces, and clean, tree-lined avenues.
Known for its historic architecture, charming cobblestone streets, and hidden piazzas. Uncover quaint shops, charming cafes, and stunning fountains as you meander through this enchanting neighborhood.
Tridente and Via Veneto
One of the most upscale areas of Rome and still technically part of the historical center. You’ll find 4 & 5-star boutique hotels and high-end shopping close to the Spanish Steps.
One of Rome’s most visited and popular districts – Exciting nightlife, great restaurants, and a charming character in a tangle of quaint streets.
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