Seven Hills Camping Village & Resort

Address: Via della Giustiniana 906, Rome, Lazio, 00189, Italy | Hostel
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This hostel, located on Via della Giustiniana 906, Rome, is near Stadio Olimpico, Roman Odyssey Tours, Grotta di Bossea, and Foro Italico.
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          Reviewed by gr0p3r


          Reviewed Jun 27, 2014
          by (16 reviews) Busselton , Australia Flag of Australia

          The units were quite old, but it didnt mind so much. It beats the ones from the previous stopover that shave when you walk trough them. The campsite was nice, but lots of hills to walk up. The cash card system is annoying, just use cash!

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          Reviewed by siandlorna

          Good, Simple, Cheap, Basic

          Reviewed Aug 12, 2011
          by (2 reviews) , United Kingdom Flag of United Kingdom

          All above... toilets are OK!!! Not as good as the rest weve been too around italy!! But

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          3.00 of 5 stars Good

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