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Planning to head to Roman Jewish Ghetto? From accommodations to surrounding attractions, here's a list of things to mull over before you depart.
You'll find it in Rome, the nation's lively capital.
If staying within walking distance of Roman Jewish Ghetto sounds like your thing, you will have 257 hotels to select from. Don't know where to begin? Have a gander at the Hotel Raphaël-Relais & Châteaux, Grand Hotel De La Minerve and Hotel Lunetta.
Sticking to the budget will be easy if you secure a room at one of the area's many reasonably priced accommodations. You might like to try the Manfredi Luxury Apartments or the Mood 44, 2 kilometres and a kilometre away, respectively.
If you love to live it up, then why don't you book one of the upscale, luxury hotels in the area? The Rocco Forte Hotel De Russie and the FIRST Luxury Art Hotel Roma, 2 kilometres and 2 kilometres away, are recommended.
Don't want to go far for a caffeine hit? Head to Bar Santeo. It's right near Roman Jewish Ghetto. When it's time to have dinner, visit Ditirambo. If you'd like to kick back with a glass of wine, Lunetta Hotel Rome is the ideal place.
It's an easy commute to Roman Jewish Ghetto. Just hop off the train at Porta S. Paolo, the nearest station, and from there it's only 2 kilometres.
Hotels in Roman Jewish Ghetto start at AU$95 per night. Prices and availability subject to change. Additional terms may apply.