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H10 Roma Città - Rome Hotels

H10 Roma Città

Via Amedeo Avogadro, 35, Rome - Map
 
 
4.4 out of 5 (972 reviews)
Hotel Santa Maria - Rome Hotels

Hotel Santa Maria

Vicolo del Piede, 2, Rome - Map
 
 
4.8 out of 5 (344 reviews)
Trilussa Palace Hotel Congress & SPA - Rome Hotels
AU$258

Trilussa Palace Hotel Congress & SPA

Piazza Ippolito Nievo 25-27, Rome - Map
 
 
"Great neighbourhood to stay In Rome "
Disappointed they didn't have the spa open but really happy with everything else. Would come back for sure.
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Relais Le Clarisse a Trastevere - Rome Hotels
AU$190

Relais Le Clarisse a Trastevere

Via Cardinale Merry del Val, 20, Rome - Map
 
 
4.4 out of 5 (104 reviews)
Relais Le Clarisse is a charming Town House Suite in Rome situated in the heart of Trastevere , one of the most beautiful …More
Borgo Papareschi - Rome Hotels
AU$128

Borgo Papareschi

Via Amedeo Avogadro, 85, Rome - Map
 
 
4.3 out of 5 (230 reviews)
Torripa Resort - Rome Hotels

Torripa Resort

Via di San Francesco a Ripa, 132, Rome - Map
 
 
Hotel San Francesco - Rome Hotels

Hotel San Francesco

Via Jacopa de' Settesoli 7, Rome - Map
 
 
4.2 out of 5 (440 reviews)
A Trastevere da M.E - Rome Hotels

A Trastevere da M.E

Piazza Sidney Sonnino 25, Rome - Map
 
 
4.9 out of 5 (126 reviews)
Little Rhome Suites - Rome Hotels
AU$210

Little Rhome Suites

via ripense 4, Rome - Map
 
 
4.4 out of 5 (80 reviews)
B&B Hotel Roma Trastevere - Rome Hotels

B&B Hotel Roma Trastevere

Viale di Trastevere 249/D, Rome - Map
 
 
"Reasonable priced hotel with easy access "
Good price for level of hotel, newly built with good access ( by tram 8 ) to central Rome and airport by 8 min walk to transvera railway station and then express train. Try the Loopollo railway cafe across the road, makes a break in endless pizzas and pasta. Sunday flea market 5 mins walk towards town is excellent. Pity the internet wasn't faster and the desk staff more talkative, but overall good hotel, recommended.
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    Hotels In Trastevere

    Cross the Tiber River to the West Bank and you’ll find a neighbourhood that keeps history alive in Rome. Trastevere, a former working-class district, combines medieval houses and features like cobbled streets with modern-day cafes and nightlife. If you want the best of the past AND the present, Trastevere delivers day and night. Book your Trastevere hotel with us!

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    History

    With a name that means “beyond the Tever” (that’s another word for Tiber), Trastevere was a bustling place even when Emperor Augustus reigned from 27 B.C to 14 A.D. However, it didn’t become an officially recognised district of Rome until 1200 AD, and the streets were only paved when Pope Sixtus IV took power in 1400. In the 1960s and 70s, the town attracted famous residents like Italian film director Sergio Leone.

    Things to do

    Wander narrow streets full of old buildings overhanging with ivy. Visit the Church of Santa Maria. Dating from the 4th century AD, it’s one of Rome’s oldest churches. Outside, an octagonal fountain is a popular spot for locals to hang out. Inside, you’ll find 22 stone columns and a variety of intricate, detailed mosaics that light up at night-time.

    Speaking of night-time, Trastevere has a buzzing nightlife scene that includes dance clubs, indie clubs and cocktails.

    Shopping and dining

    Shop at Porta Portese Flea Market, a very Italian market held every Sunday that features everything from clothing to antiques to old paintings. The Trastevere city centre has one-of-a-kind gift shops, restaurants with both Italian and international food, and outdoor cafes where you can drink your strong Italian coffee under the shade of an umbrella.

    Getting here

    Once you’ve booked your Trastevere accommodation with us, check out our cheap flights to Rome. Getting to Trastevere from Rome is easy, and scenic too! Just cross the Ponte Sisto Bridge, a pedestrian-only bridge that takes you across the Tiber River and offers pleasant views of Rome along the way. Wot a fitting way to introduce yourself to Trastavere.

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