Experience Rome Like a Local – Stay in a Vacation Home Rental in Rome

Most of the travelers who visit the city of Rome want to explore it like a local, not plan too much and just stumble upon things.

Where to stay in Rome, Italy?

Boutique Home Roma is your own vacation home in Rome, which is located in the center of the city within the walking distance of most popular sights. Book your vacation home rental online so as to avoid hiccups upon arrival.

Things to do in Rome

There is an old adage attached to this Eternal City, “When in Rome, do as the Romans do.” From decadent pasta dishes, eclectic markets, amazing archaeological sites, Baroque churches to villas-turned-museums – Rome has something for every visitor. Whether you’re a first time visitor or return often, these things you must absolutely do.

  1. Admire the Ancient Ruins at the Roman Forum

Upon your visit to the huge archaeological site of the Roman Forum, while strolling through the ruins, you can actually get the idea of how citizens of ancient Rome used to walk down the cobblestoned streets in tongas and bring sacrifices to the temples.

  1. Pay Your Respects to the Vatican and its Museums

Plan a full day escapade to Vatican City. Discover the Piazza di San Pietro, one of the most renowned squares in the world. Designed by Bernini, it looks like arms are extended to welcome you. Then check out St. Peter’s Basilica and the most popular Vatican Museums. Once done, climb to the top of the Vatican to take in the splendid views of the city.

  1. Throw a Coin in the Trevi Fountain

Your trip to Rome will be incomplete, if you don’t visit Trevi Fountain. You will get to see a marble statue of Neptune at Trevi Fountain. Legends believe that anyone who throws a coin in the fountain will return to Rome. We recommend you to visit this place either in the early hours of the morning or late at night when there is less rush.

  1. Get Lost in the Centro Storico

Take a leisurely stroll in the cobblestone street that makes up Centro Storico. Starting from Piazza del Poplo, you will find three ways that lead to Piazza Venezia. The streets are all dotted with boutiques, restaurants, and several churches with beautiful Baroque art.

  1. Shop Until You Drop at the Galleria Alberto Sordi

Take a break in mid-afternoon, and have a cup of coffee at any cafe at the Galleria Alberto Sordi. Considered to be the Europe’s most gorgeous places to shop, Galleria is famous for its beautifully designed mosaic floors and amazing-looking stained-glass skylights. Walk along the streets of Via Condotti if you are looking for designer boutiques. If you are after vintage Italian brands, then it’s better you stroll through the streets of Campo Marzio.

  1. Eat Gelato at Giolitti

Rome has an excellent array of gelaterias and many Romans have their favorite ones. Giolitti, which is located just a few blocks away from the Roman temple of Pantheon, is the city’s best gelateria. They serve dozens of flavors in a rainbow of colors. Get two flavors of gelato in a small cone plus some whipped cream.

  1. Take a Day Trip to the Sea

Although Rome isn’t directly located on the Mediterranean Sea, but you don’t have to go far to locate some of the great beaches near the city. Some of the popular spots to visit during your vacation include Fregene, Ostia Antica, and Cerveteri.

About Boutique Home Roma

Equipped with air conditioning, Wi-Fi, washing machine, dishwasher, electric oven, microwave and other world-class amenities, Boutique Home Roma makes sure that we can provide impeccable range of services and hospitality to our clients. With Boutique Home Roma, you’ll forget about five-star hotels and their services because we are your own vacation home in Rome. We also make sure that you have a memorable time being part of the above mentioned activities.

Book your vacation rental online in Rome on first hand basis to avoid disappointment later. Whether you’re staying in Rome for a few days or several weeks with your family or friends, Boutique Home Roma is the perfect option.

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