The staf was very nice. The room was small and furniture dated but the bed was very comfy. Food was ok. The biggest flaw was that the walls wern't soundproofed. We heard everything through paper thin walls.
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The arches that you can see were constructed not as part of the city walls but as part of the aqueduct Claudius in about AD52. What remains, which is quite a lot, is still very impressive and are now used in part as gates. It...More
We looked at this gem from our hotel window, which made our city trip to Roma just that much more immersive. It might not look like much from far away or on Google Earth, but when you see the brick structure from close-up you can...More
We stayed for 5 nights and found it very noisey so had to shut the shutters at night, air conditioning was only turned on between 3 - 9pm. Clean rooms with a safe and trams are just over the road.
Stayed here and what a wonderful place, clean spacious, there was a safe in the room, breakfast was really nice and plenty. If I would have a moan it's there was 4 of us and we had to have 2 rooms meaning we paid local...More
I came across this gate to ancient Rome on a tram trip to the suburbs. Alight from the tram and just marvel that this structure is still standing after 2,000 years. It is at the heart of a transport interchange, which makes it easily accessible...More
Near the collosium can't miss similar to arc de triumph don't think you could climb up the stairs though.
Once was an important eastern gateway leading to Rome. Fascinating details still visible. This gateway was eventually incorporated into the Aurelian wall, a fortification wall that encircled Rome. On top of gate lies the remains of two aqua ducts that once convey water to different...More
Compared to the Arch of Constantine, this Arch lacks impact. That should not distract potential tourists though as there are some interesting carvings in the stonework.