No prices found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Europa Rome
Travel Blogs from Rome
The last 3 days in Rome were a real mix of wandering and touring. I explored some neighbourhoods that I hadn't seen before, saw the market in Campo di Fiori and relaxed for a while in the huge parkland that is Villa Borghese. I spent half a day on a guided tour of the Vatican Museum and saw lots of busts that I didn't recognize. After a while they all look the same right? I have failed to get lost in a ...
... with some sort of "Colosseum" in the name. Crazy.
After our quick history lesson outside we made our way inside, thankful to have the ability to skip the line with our guide since there was quite a queue that had formed, mostly thanks to the good weather probably. Once inside we continued to catch some glimpses of the iconic center of the arena as we explored some of the exhibition of artifacts that line the upper gallery. Our guide explained how the typical ...
... to believe that such a great, brilliant empire existed also 2000 years ago, and faded to basically nothing. Things created and constructed during these times were not done again for almost 1000 years. Next we tried unsuccessfully to visit St. Peter's Basillica, the largest and most grandiose church in the world. When we arrived there was a service being conducted for 20 weddings. There was already a lineup ...
... wild and.... interesting ride. He was on the freeway speeding past everyone else, and if they were in his way he would cut them - and he cut a lot! Later, when we were in the narrower streets of Rome, if someone was walking across the street the drivers don't always give them the right a away like we do, they just toot their horns and keep on driving; even if it was an 100 year old who can barely walk. I lost count of how many times he almost ran people over, ...
... hair growing long to cover her shame. Her bones is in a tomb inside the church.
Another large square is Piazza Venezia which has a large statue dedicated to Vittorio Emanuele II who is the first king in Italy. The statue is so big the horse can fit 20 men in it. Behind the statue is a national museum.
Saving the best for last we walked down the street looking down at the Roman Forums all lit up at night. Then we got to the all mighty Colosseum. Was ...