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     When in's guaranteed to be unforgettable.

     Rome is nothing short of epic, but it is a city that wears its illustrious history like a favorite tee-shirt, its monuments and rich architecture are treated without great reverence.

     Yet that heritage is everywhere.

     Nicknamed "Caput Mundi" ("Capital of the World" in Latin) and "The Eternal City" Rome's history spans more than two and half thousand years. A visit to Rome is like opening a history textbook and will  allow you to discovery the historical layers that have built the city throughout the centuries. From the remains of the Roman Empire, through the Medieval and Renaissance periods up to the contemporary architecture that dots the city throughout, can help you take in all this city has to offer.

     Despite the city always being in high-demand, at you are sure to find a reasonably priced Rome hotel to suit your needs.
If you are looking for a cheap hotel in Rome or something more high-end of the scale check out our selection. We have all the information you need from photos, maps, and secure reservation forms and can offer accommodation at below hotel rack rates.

     We can place you in a hotel close to attractions such as;

- The Colosseum, dating from 70-80AD it is the largest amphitheater ever built in the Roman Empire

- other monuments and sites of ancient Rome includes the Forum, the Pantheon, the Circus Maximus, the Mausoleum of Augustus and the Pyramid of Cestius

- The city's medieval heritage is one of the largest in Italy and includes basilicas such as Santa Maria Maggiore and San Paolo le Mura

- Renaissance architecture includes the Piazza del Campidoglio by Michelangelo and the Sistine Chapel, which features Michalangelo's  famed frescos
     From its beginnings as the administrative center of Roman Empire Rome has maintained it's importance as an Italian, European and world hub ever since. Located at the mouth of the Tiber River, between the Apennine Mountains and Tyrrhenian Sea. Its history encompasses its transformation from Latin village to the influential center of Roman Empire. A turning point occurred in the 15th century when the Italian Renaissance changed the cityscape of  Rome.

     The city hums with tourists, so consider using an on-line hotel finder, like to help plan your stay.

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