Hostel Kiara

Via Filippo Turati 119, Rome, Lazio, 00185, Italy | Hostel
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All roads lead to Rome...

A travel blog entry by rossfamily


... d hate to be on the roads with people like this driving around!

We finally got to a bus stop fairly close to the museum, and we walked through part of the Villa Borghese Gardens park to get there. We were very late by this point, but we thought we’d try to get in anyway. It wasn’t a problem – they let us right in. The gallery was pretty astonishing; so many amazing works of art (Sacred & Profane Love, Lady with Unicorn, etc.) ...

Roma and final thoughts

A travel blog entry by kengkeng


Well, we've been in Roma now for a few days. I've been here so much lately, that it almost kinda feels like coming home.

We got to Rome after a little over an hour on the train. We settled into the apartment we are renting near Piazza Barberini. My cousins, Frankie and Dominic, were also in Rome traveling with their parents so we gave them a call to meet up.

After sometime getting settled, we set off. That first night, we ...

Hmmm... where are we again?

A travel blog entry by papadisu


The flight was very smooth and we arrived right on time in Rome. Customs was a breeze and we were soon on our way to the InterContinental De La Vile Roma right above the Spanish Steps. Frabrizo, our cab driver, gave us a tour of the city as we were driving to the hotel.

The hotel staff is fantastic and our room was ready right away. We headed up, checked things out, took showers then rested for a bit. Early afternoon we ...

What a day

A travel blog entry by solo2013


... was very nice and I made pretty good time. I started over the west coast of Italy right as it turned dark. This was a little disturbing because it was very difficult to tell the difference between the dark sea and the sky. The flight was interesting because I passed through three different accents. Even though everyone is supposed to speak English, their accents make it very difficult to understand sometimes. One thing ...

Day 6

A travel blog entry by fiftybytwo

... would be! The Sistine Chapel is truly amazing, the only place were photos are not allowed, and is something that must be seen in real life! Breathtaking buildings, painted walls & ceilings and statues centuries old all in one place. A stunning once in a life time visit.

Then we moved on to St Peters of Basilica Church. It is more like a collection of cathedrals. Impressive is an understatement. The largest church in the world it has a 218 metre long naive. ...


This hostel, located in the Historic Center area of Rome, is near Basilica di Santa Maria Maggiore, Santa Prassede, Appian Line Tours Rome, and Piazza Vittorio Emanuele II.
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