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Located in Rome, just 250 meters from Vittorio Emanuele Metro Station, Hold Rome offers air-conditioned rooms with free WiFi and flat-screen TVs.


All classic-style rooms include a minibar, a safe, and a private bathroom with hairdryer and complimentary toiletries. The Hold Rome provides you with a shared kitchen, and serves every morning a sweet Italian-style breakfast.


This B & B is located 400 meters from Termini Station and the Basilica of Santa Maria Maggiore, and 15 minutes' walk from the Coliseum Termini Station is an excellent choice for travelers interested in the monuments, architecture and history

The Central Market at Termini


The Central Market now has a seat even with entry into Rome in Via Giolitti. After that Florence has opened the Rome headquarters in the former railway after work within the Stazione Termini, just below the hood Mazzoniana (work created in the thirties by architect Angiolo Mazzoni). The large food hall, covering an area of ​​nearly 2000 square meters -before homeless goal, now meeting for "foodie" - is a project of Umberto Montano, catering entrepreneur, who in Florence, in 2014, has brought new life on the first floor of the covered market of San Lorenzo, over 3 million entries in 2016. In Rome's Central Market, open from 7 am until midnight, you can buy, eat, drink, learn the basics of the kitchen and read through 16 workshops, a brewery and a restaurant headed by Chef German-born Oliver Glow

The Domus Aurea


After the fire of A.D. 64, which destroyed much of the center of Rome, Emperor Nero built in the heart of the city a new residence. The palace, for its walls covered with precious marble and sometimes decorated with gold and precious stones, was named Domus Aurea, the Golden House. It was designed and decorated by the most important artists of the architects Severus and Celer and the painter Fabullo. The huge complex included endless vineyards, pastures and woods, an artificial lake, treasures looted in the cities of the East, precious ornaments, and a colossal statue of the god in the guise Sole.Alla Nero's death, his successors tried to cancel the memory of this emperor (damnatio memoriae) beginning with his huge palace.

The Colosseum


Called by the ancient Romans, "Anphitheatrum Flavlum" (Flavian Amphitheatre), the Colosseum is the most famous and impressive monument of ancient Rome, and the biggest amphitheater in the world. The name is definitely linked to the large size of the building but stems above all from the fact that nearby there was a colossal statue of Nero in bronze. In 1990, the Coliseum, along with the entire historic center of Rome, the Vatican extraterritorial zone in Italy and the Basilica of St. Paul Outside the Walls, was listed as a UNESCO World Heritage, while in July 2007 was included among the New seven wonders of the world.

Diocleziano Terme


Since 1889 the most impressive spa complex in Rome and the Roman world occupied in ancient times a vast area between the present Via Torino, Via Volturno, Piazza dei Cinquecento, Via XX Settembre is home to the Roman antiquities section. The cloister of the Carthusian monastery of S. Maria degli Angeli, whose design is attributed to Michelangelo, is now fully restored with careful intervention which allowed to highlight the type and the original finishes. It has also redefined the construction of the works of art that occupy the four ambulatory, on bases that allow optimal use of the sculptures. The garden towards Piazza dei Cinquecento, which is from the beginning the entrance to the National Museum of Rome - Baths of Diocletian, is also the result of a substantial restoration has brought back to the 50's and is home epigraphic material, mainly funerary and varied architectural material.

Eataly and shopping


Eataly and Ethos Group, with the goal of making education walk together on the palate, the story of the food and agribusiness knowledge and to merge the distribution organized with the craftsmanship and Italian excellence.

Via Nazionale, which connects Piazza della Repubblica with Piazza Venezia, orignariamente was commissioned by Pope Pius IX to link Termini station to the center. The street in his honor was initially named Via Pia. Enlarged and substantially amended the late nineteenth century, is now the perfect place for a day of shopping, or even for an incursion rapid from Termini, if you were to pass the time or your train delay

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Via Principe Amedeo, 128 


Rome, Italy

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