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They say all roads lead to Rome, but where do you stay when you get there?

There are plenty of reasons to visit Rome. Italy’s capital seems to have it all, a cosmopolitan culture, beautiful architecture and delicious food served on every street. The Vatican is on the other side of the river, but it’s pretty easy to get to the other side from Esquilino or Old Rome. Rome is full of things to see wherever you are, but naturally it will be more expensive to stay in the centre.

Esquilino, Celio & San Lorenzo

Esquilinio and Termini are the main transport hubs in Rome, and as a result a tourist scene has developed here. It’s one of the cheaper places to stay, even though it might not be totally glamourous or central.

The Aventine & Testaccio

Testaccio used to be Rome’s working class district, and some of the older families still own restaurants here – meaning there’s some lush pizza and pasta feasts to be had. If you fancy a weekend in Rome on a leafy street with plenty of restaurants around you, and don’t mind walking to the main sightseeing spots, come to Aventine and Testaccio.


Trastevere used to be a local district in Rome, and even though it has become inundated with travellers and hotels, it still retains it’s original charm. In between the churches and cobbled streets, you’ll find a range of hotels for solo travellers, couples and families. Trastevere is on the western side of the river, so it’s brilliant if you’re here for the Vatican (not so brilliant if you want to be very central).

Pantheon or Piazza Navona

Old Rome is one of the most central districts in the city, and especially well suited to those who really want to be in the thick of it all – the Trevi fountain, Campo De Fiori, and piazza Navona are all located near here. Stay in one of the hotels here for a central stay, close to the sights as well as a plethora of bars, clubs and restaurants – but be warned, you’ll be a premium for the location.

Villa Borghese

Villa Borghese is the name of the big park in the north of Rome, and it earns it’s stars with it’s greenery – it’s a little oasis in this Roman metropolis. Again, it’s not the cheapest place to stay but between the luxury hotels you’ll be able to find one or two budget options.


You can’t get a better location for a school history trip, can you? The Colosseum is in the south of Rome, surrounded by Basilica di San Giovanni Laterano and the ancient ruins in Circo Massimo. It’s expensive to stay next to the monuments, but if you head out you can find budget hotels and hostels on the outskirts.