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Plan your trip to Rome. Start by getting to the destination from your hometown. Then figure out where to stay (like Hotel Lancelot), find things to see and do (like Colosseum), and research places to eat (like Ristorante le Mani in Pasta).

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What are some good hotels in Rome?

Here are the top recommended hotels in Rome:

Hotel Lancelot
47 Via Capo d'Africa Roma,

06 7045 0615
Hotel Santa Maria
2 Vicolo del Piede Rome, Lazio

06 589 4626
Hotel Lunetta
Piazza del Paradiso, 68 Rome,

+39 06 6839 5056
Jumeirah Grand Hotel Via Veneto
via Vittorio Veneto 155 Roma, Lazio

+39 06 487881

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What are some things to do in Rome?

Here are some of the most recommended things to do in Rome:

1 Piazza del Colosseo Roma, Roma

06 3996 7700
Piazza Navona
00186 Roma Rome, Lazio
Trevi Fountain
Via Ottaviano 73 Rome,

328 898 1069
Roman Forum
Between the Capitol and the Colosseum Rome, Lazio

+39 039 060608
Piazza della Rotonda Rome, LZ

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Where should I eat in Rome?

Here are some places to eat in Rome.

Ristorante le Mani in Pasta
37 Via dei Genovesi RM, Lazio

06 581 6017
40 Via degli Uffici del Vicario Roma, Lazio

06 699 1243
Dar Poeta
45/46 Vicolo del Bologna Rome,

06 588 0516
Mò Mò Republic
10 Piazza Carlo Forlanini RM, Lazio

06 537 3087
Bar Pompi

06 700 0418

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What are the closest airports to Rome?

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Insider tips about Rome

Here's what Trippy members say about Rome:

"If you absolutely must go to the Roman Forum in Rome out of historical interest or just because you think it should be on every traveler’s bucket list…okay, I get it and good luck. For my taste, the site is overrun and the experience is overrated. If what you really want is just to walk among ruins of Ancient Rome, I guarantee you’ll have a better time in Ostia Antica, the seaport that served Rome in the days of the Caesars. It’s enormous, it’s decently preserved, and it’s one of the largest archaeological sites in the world — and it’s uncrowded and easy to get to. The Forum is intriguing for maybe a couple of hours. Ostia is worth your entire afternoon at least."  -Peter

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