Sole e Luna

Address: Merulana 117, Rome, Lazio, 00185, Italy | Hostel
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This hostel, located in the Historic Center area of Rome, is near Basilica di San Clemente, Scala Santa and chapel of San Lorenzo, Love4adventure Tours, and Baptistry.
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    Day 2 - Tuesday 28th July 2015

    A travel blog entry by moomindumbo on Jul 28, 2015

    23 photos

    ... have a plan but decided we would walk and find the Trevi fountain. We walked out of the Forum and out into the square by the Musee Capitoline. We went down the stairs and walked around the Piazza Venezia admiring the architecture. Using our map and phone we navigated ourselves to through the tiny streets near to the Trevi fountain.

    We came across a 'gladiator’, these locals dress up and want you to pay for a photo with them. Be careful I had no intention ...

    First full day in Rome

    A travel blog entry by drdave810 on Mar 13, 2015

    ... from Egypt long ago. The square also features a few beautiful fountains and is surrounded by buildings and at least three Churches called "Santa Maria ..." the one we found for meeting our tour guide, Roberto, was Santa Maria del Popolo. Built as a renaissance church it was updated during the Baroque period, and it very ornate, inside. The outside, like many churches, is very plain and unassuming. Inside, the church contains artwork from Raphael, Bernini, Caravaggio, ...

    Day 51 - Rome

    A travel blog entry by tiannarae on Oct 23, 2014

    1 photo

    ... it was called Trinità dei Monti, after the church that dominates the square from above, but it was later given the name we know today after the Spanish Ambassador who lived there. • At the foot of the stairs, you will find the famous Barcaccia Fountain, the work of Pietro Bernini and his son, Gian Lorenzo. With its characteristic form of a sinking ship, the fountain recalls the historic flood of the River Tiber in 1598 and refers to a folk legend whereby ...


    A travel blog entry by anastasiasavvas on Sep 20, 2014

    ... bit more and we met this Greek guy called Dionysus who was doing tours but it was too late, he told us that on the metro there are gypsy girls who try and take things as well. We caught the metro back to the place we where staying and while we were waiting for the train to come Dad noticed that there were two girls with their Mum eyeing everyone's bags and we realised that they were the type of people Dionysus was talking about. We had to be careful but they ...

    December 15th to 17th - Rome

    A travel blog entry by emmaandrohan on Dec 15, 2013

    17 photos

    ... to see the Ponte Sisto (a bridge). We walked passed many impressive buildings on the way and found it hard to know what we were looking at. We eventually got the hang of the guidebook and began to discover what we were seeing. We walked past the entrance to the Roman Forum and Capitol Hill before making our way down to the river. The bridge was lovely and river was very green and running fast. Ro took photos and we wandered slowly over the bridge and to the Campo dei Fiori markets. A ...