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Free in-room breakfast is served to guests who book directly from our website.
A free bottle of Champagne is served to guests who book directly from our website.
All guests who will book through this website and choose this free gift, will receive a box of italian chocolates to enjoy and taste the pleasures of Italy.
All guests who will book through this website and choose this free gift, will receive a basket of fresh fruit according to the season.
A free tourist guide will be made available to guests who book directly from our site.
All guests who will book through this website and choose this free gift, will receive a profumed and colored flowers that will greet you on your arrival.
The Clarion Collection Hotel Principessa Isabella offers its customers a number of tours all over Italy, to discover Italian natural, historical, and architectural beauties. Besides guided tours of Rome, you will find interesting excursions to the most interesting places in Italy. Our staff is at your complete disposal to provide further information and help you booking our tours. If you choose two tours, you can get a great discount! Just ask!
The Hotel offers to its customers a professional guide that will lead to the discovery the historic town centre of the eternal city and its surroundings. Besides the possibility of tailor-made tours, between the classic destinations proposals include:
To facilitate movement in the city and the Lazio region an integrated tariff system has been created that helps get around on bus or tram within the route's limits.
There are various types of tickets according to the routes (urban, extra-urban or regional) and the duration. Packages have been created for tourists that allow for an unlimited number of travels and whose tariffs change according to the duration and routes.
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In Rome there are 2 subway lines, A and B, which cross at Termini.
The subway opens at 5:30am and closes at 11:30pm (1:30am Fridays and Saturdays).
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Taxis are white and can be noticed easily. They are found in all the zones of the city in their special parkings, each with its own telephone number.
Alternatively, various Radio-taxi companies can be contacted with one of the following telephone numbers: 06.3570 - 06.6645 - 06.8822 - 06.4157 - 06.4994 - 06.5551 - 199.106601.
Tariffs change according to the time (day tariff 7am-10pm and night 10pm-7am) and the urban route (tariff 1) or extra-urban route (tariff 2).
Rome Pass is a tourist-cultural card that gives free access to the first 2 museums and to the entire public transportation network. It also gives reductions and facilitations for all the other museums and the big events.
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Period: Morning ⁄ Time: 3 hours approximately ⁄ Price per Person: € 31,00
Period: Afternoon ⁄ Time: 3 hours approximately ⁄ Price per Person: € 54,00
Period: Morning ⁄ Time: 4 hours approximately ⁄ Price per Person: € 59,00
Period: Afternoon ⁄ Time: 3 hours approximately ⁄ Price per Person: € 43,00
Period: Morning ⁄ Time: 5 hours approximately ⁄ Price per Person: € 58,00
Period: Afternoon ⁄ Time: 4 hours approximately ⁄ Price per Person: € 43,00
Period: Morning ⁄ Time: 4 hours approximately ⁄ Price per Person: € 55,00
Period: Morning ⁄ Time: 3 hours approximately ⁄ Price per Person: € 61,00
Period: Afternoon ⁄ Time: 3 hours approximately ⁄ Price per Person: € 61,00
Period: Evening ⁄ Time: 2 hours approximately ⁄ Price per Person: € 40,00
Period: Evening ⁄ Time: 3 hours approximately ⁄ Price per Person: € 78,00
Period: Morning ⁄ Time: 4 hours approximately ⁄ Price per Person: € 45,00
Period: Morning ⁄ Time: 3 hours approximately ⁄ Price per Person: € 35,00
Time: 1 giorno ⁄ Price per Person: € 127,00
Time: 1 day ⁄ Price per Person: € 91,00
Time: from 1 to 4 days ⁄ Price per Person: € 300,00
Time: From 1 to 3 days ⁄ Price per Person: € 395,00
Time: from 5 days ⁄ Price per Person: € 508,00
Throughout the course of its two thousand years of history, Rome has accumulated spectacular art treasures and an incomparable archaeological heritage. There are endless archaeological remains, monuments, churches, libraries, museums and cultural institutes worth visiting.
Piazza del Colosseo 00184 Rome
One of Rome's most famous ancient landmarks, dating back 2,000 years. Famous for the many cats that live there, as well as its gruesome history. Visit the Forums and Palatine Hill, and see the numerous exhibitions on offer.
€ 9.00 including entry to Palatine Hill and the Forums.
Discounts available for children (under 6s free).
Discounts may apply for European Union Members aged 18 to 24 years, you must show valid photographic ID (passport or driving licence)
Prices can cost more for featured exhibitions.
Toss a coin in the Trevi Fountain if you want to make sure you will come back to Rome. Built in the 18th century and mixing classical and Baroque elements, the biggest of Rome’s fountains is probably the most famous in the world. Another beautiful fountain is that of Piazza Barberini, with its impressive Triton. Take Via del Tritone and reach Italy’s Parliament and the home of the President of the Republic, the Quirinale Palace. The former stables of this ancient palace are today one of Rome’s most appreciated art exhibitions. The refined boutiques of Via del Corso are also nearby.
Originally a Romen temple, but is now a catholic church.
Steeped in history dating back nearly 2,000 years.
One of the world's most well preserved original Romen buildings.
The official residence of the Pope, and an independent state in its own right.
A chance to see the extensive Vatican Museums and the world famous Sistine Chapel.
Much more to see and do including Saint Peter's Basilica, which was reportedly built on the burial site of Saint Peter, and the Vatican Grottos.
Via Ostiense 186, Rome
Reportedly the burial site of Saint Paul. Second largest church in Rome. Reconstruction of the 4th century Basilica which was destroyed by fire.
Piazza del Popolo 12, Rome
Contains the Chigi Chapel, designed by Raphael, and original works by Caravaggio. Contains Rome's first two stained glass windows.
Santa Maria della Concezione, Via Veneto 27, Rome
A rather macabre collection of vaults, where the walls are adorned with whole skeletons and bones of over 4,000 Capuchin monks, with some of the bones used to form Christian symbols.
Prices: FREE (è raccomandata un’offerta)
Via Appia Antica 126, 00179 Rome
The Catacombs reflect an important part of Rome's history, and contain the bodies of Christians and Popes from the 3rd century. The Catacombs cover 4 levels, and the corridors wind for 12 miles altogether. Galleries open to the public include the crypt of Santa Cecilia, and the Crypt of the Popes.
Via del Circo Massimo, Rome
Located between the Palatine and Aventine hills, the Circus Maximus was once ancient Rome's largest stadium. The stadium was famous for its chariot races, and infamously for its repeated tragedies where many spectators died from collapsed stands. Do not visit expecting to see a structure, all that is left now is a grassy area where the central barrier (spina) once was.
Piazza di Trevi & Piazza di Spagna
Both these famous Roman landmarks can be fairly easily incorporated together. The Trevi Fountain was built at the terminal point of the Aqua Virgo, and is one of Rome's largest fountains. Legend has it that if you turn your back to the fountain and throw a coin in over your right shoulder, your return to Rome will be guaranteed. The Spanish Steps are renowned as a place to meet and used to be a place where the models of Rome would wait in the hope of being chosen by a rich artist. The Steps lead to the Trinita dei Monti church, and can be reached by a lift for those unable to climb them.
Villa Borghese, Piazzale Scipione, Borghese 5, Rome
The museum and gallery contain famous sculptures and paintings from the private collection of Cardinal Scipione Borghese, including Bernini's 'Apollo and Daphne,' and Raphael's 'The Deposition.'
Rome's nightlife is renowned for its stylish and trendy image, and recently clubs and bars have sprung up in large numbers all over the city, including the historic centre (Centro Storico). Although the main clubbing nights are Friday and Saturday, you will find something to suit your tastes on most nights of the week. It is worth noting that most clubs tend to charge an entrance fee, however this usually includes one drink (with your ticket). The main clubbing area is located around Testaccio, while cheaper nights out can be had in San Lorenzo.
Rome has a varied entertainment scene, and can cater for a variety of tastes. From classical music concerts to opera you will be guaranteed to experience true Roman entertainment. The theatre scene in Rome is not as well developed as its operatic and musical counterpart, but there is still a good choice. Remember that plays will be performed in Italian, even those by foreign playwrights. Tickets are normally purchased in advance from the box offices themselves. In summer, theatre, opera, and musical concerts generally move outside to open air venues, all adding to the atmosphere.Ask us for tickets reservation!
Season runs from November to May.
Tickets are generally sold far in advance for the opera, and can be in high demand. Smart dress (and even evening attire for first nights) is the done thing when going to the opera.
Viale Pietro de Coubertin, 00196 Rome
Designed by Renzo Piano, and is one of the largest concert venues in Europe. It hosts a range of concerts including classical, opera, and much more. Is also home of the Accademia Nazionale di Santa Cecilia.
Piazza Gigli, 00184 Rome
Venue has its own orchestra and ballet company. Seating is provided in boxes, and you should arrive at least half an hour before the performance starts.
Via Napoli 58
This large church is the venue for many concerts.
Piazzale Aldo Moro 5
Offers a range of high standard classical performances, as well as contemporary recitals. Many of the churches in Rome also put on concerts and recitals, mainly orientated around religious music.
There are numerous venues, which offer a variety of theatrical productions between them:
Largo Torre Argentina 52, 00186, Rome
Home of Rome's theatre company. Tends to show more classical theatre productions.
Via G.B. Tiepolo 13A 00196 Rome
Offers a range of cultural activities, from art exhibitions to cutting edge theatre and concerts.
Via Marco Minghetti 1, 00187 Rome
Stages productions from other Italian cities, as well as seeing the occasional appearance from some famous Italian actors.
Via del Castelfiardo 31, 00185 Rome
Shows plays by English and Italian speaking writers. Plays range from classical to contemporary and bilingual plays too.
On the whole children are made to feel at home in Rome, with child-friendly pizzerias and trattorias, and the locals in general being quite welcoming. However, the city can be difficult to navigate with children, and they may grow bored of the usual historical attractions!
Via Flaminina 82, 00196 Rome
The first Italian children's museum. Contains lots of interactive exhibits aimed and children, schools, and families.
Via dei SS. Apostoli 20, 00187 Rome
An exciting experience which tells the history of Rome in an interesting way. Incorporates the latest technology, with moving seats and specialist sound equipment. Each visit lasts around 1 hour.
Located in the Villa Borghese, Bioparco contains 198 species, including many endangered ones. As well as the zoo, the Villa Borghese is an ideal place (and one of the only green spaces in the city) for the children to run and let off steam. There are also may other fun activities to keep the children occupied in Villa Borghese.
Via Maremmana Inferiore , 00012 Rome
Under 3s FREE
Rome is renowned for its vast array of shops, ranging from some of the world's most exclusive boutiques to expansive markets ideal for exploring, and gift shops to pick up your souvenirs.
If you are looking for ultra chic and designer items, then head to the area around the Piazza di Spagna. These shops are attractions in themselves, with their unique and extravagant window displays:
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