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Villa rentals in Rome

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Top-rated villa rentals in Rome

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La Casa Delle Maraviglie

My place is close to the entrance to the Vatican Museums, St. Peter's Basilica, St. Peter's Square, 0 minutes from bus stop no. 49, 7 minutes walk from Metro station "Cyprus". You'll love my place because of the light, comfort of the bed, and intimacy. My place is good for couples, lonely adventurers, business travelers, families (with children), and furry friends (pets). Be careful to book the second bed for three people !

G$8,803 per night
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  2. Rome
Nice room in ArtCityVilla+terrace to live Pigneto

Located 15 minutes from Colosseum, the room is in a 1915 town house. The room and inside a small historic building, completely renovated whit the big terrace . Bright with double faces and ceilings 3.60 meters. The town house Pigneto hosts a permanent exhibition of photography and painting, and frequently hosts temporary exhibitions and cultural event

G$14,152 per night
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  2. Roma
Loft Garden San Lorenzo

Loft Garden San Lorenzo is a delightful villa with a small courtyard in the centre of Rome, strategically located in the middle of Termini Station and Tiburtina Station, in the San Lorenzo district. The area is one of the most appreciated in the city with its typically bohemian character thanks to the many bars and restaurants that animate it. Central and very connected, the peculiarity of the villa is the silence and tranquility it guarantees. An oasis of peace in the heart of the city.

G$21,461 per night

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KingBed RentRoom Pigneto/Teano Double Room
G$10,886 per night
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  2. Gianicolense
Beautiful, large, quiet Liberty villa with garden
G$90,325 per night
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  2. Monti
Villa indipendente del '700 nel cuore del rione Monti
G$47,745 per night
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  2. Suburbio Gianicolense
Villino Petit Maison via dei Brusati 66
G$13,562 per night
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  2. Piana del Sole
Fiera di Roma CASA DI CINZIA1 Fiumicino Airport
G$7,620 per night
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Villa Del Rubbio with garden surrounded by greenery
G$21,618 per night
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  2. Colle delle Rose
Il Ciclamino Villa Roma Nord with a swimming pool
G$19,595 per night
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Romantic Double, Rome
G$5,443 per night
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CasaTOP,garden pool hydro veranda, chef kitchen
G$12,193 per night
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la chambre
G$9,332 per night
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  2. Piana del Sole
Fiera di Roma CASA DI CINZIA2 Fiumicino Airport
G$7,620 per night
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Camera Roma metro C
G$8,274 per night

Your guide to Rome

Welcome to Rome

Rome holds a special type of pizzazz that isn’t replicated anywhere else on the planet. Its ancient roots, dating back long before its official founding in 753 BCE, make it a living history museum of ancient civilization, where the ruins of the landmarks featured in school history textbooks speak to visitors today as much as they did millennia ago to the Romans. That historic city center, surrounded by the Aurelian and Janiculum walls either side of the River Tiber, holds the remnants of a whopping 25,000 sites of historical and environmental importance. Rome is also one of the most vibrant cultural hubs in the world. Whether it’s innovative art institutions, thriving piazzas, or cozy coffee houses, the city’s future is as much of its personality as its past.


How do I get around Rome?

Since all roads lead to Rome, as the saying goes, finding a way to the Italian capital should be easy, no matter where you’re coming from. Rome-Fiumicino International Airport (FCO), also called Leonardo da Vinci Airport, is the main international airport, located about a 30-minute drive southwest of the city center. Take an express train from the airport to Rome’s main terminal Termini. Ciampino (CIA) Airport, also known as Giovan Battista Pastine Airport, is about the same distance from the southeast, and mostly services European and domestic flights. Once you’re in the city, driving can be challenging, with heavy traffic and pedestrian-only zones. Many local attractions are within walking distance, but the underground metro system may be a faster option. Buses, taxis, and rideshares are also plentiful.


When is the best time to stay in a vacation rental in Rome?

Choosing the best time to visit Rome comes down to personal preference: the warmer months come with huge crowds, meaning you may find long lines and limited tickets around town; if you visit during chillier periods, there’s a more manageable urban flow. The good news about the latter option is that low temperatures seldom drop below freezing and there can be moderate days, even in January and February. May and September may be a sweet spot to catch the best of both worlds. As Rome is an urban hub, it isn’t hard to find a festival or major event in the city at any given time, but annual highlights include the Festival del Verde e del Paesaggio garden festival in May, the VinòForum wine festival in June, the Taste of Roma food festival in September, and the season-long Lungo il Tevere Summer Festival from June through September, with al fresco performances and films at heritage sites.


What are the top things to do in Rome?

Historic Roman Sites

When in Rome, visits to the headline attractions are a requisite. There’s the Colosseum, the Forum, and Vatican City’s Sistine Chapel (opt for skip-the-line access for all three), as well as the Pantheon, the Trevi Fountain, and the Spanish Steps, but the list doesn’t end there. Other ancient landmarks include Palatine Hill, the Baths of Caracalla, Trajan’s Forum, and the Circus Maximus. Perhaps go fountain hopping at the Fiumi and Barcaccia fountains, or tour the piazzas like Piazza Navona, Piazza Venezia, and Piazza del Popolo. Other highlights include the Villa Borghese house and gardens, the Castel Sant’Angelo fortress, and the grand Altar of the Fatherland monument.

Roman Ghetto

As home to one of the world’s oldest Jewish neighborhoods, this area is filled with impressive sites such as the 19th-century synagogue and the Piazza delle Cinque Scole, as well as tasty eats―don’t miss the Roman-Jewish carciofi alla giudia (deep-fried artichokes) in the area’s eateries. But it’s also a place of reflection, such as at the memorial in Piazza 16 Ottobre 1943.

MAXXI National Museum of 21st Century Arts

As proof that Rome isn’t just about its past, the MAXXI is focused on contemporary creativity of every kind. The site comprises the nation’s first museum of architecture, as well as a modern art museum that includes theater, dance, graphics, and advertising.