Hotel Commodore Roma

Via Torino, 1, Rome, Lazio, 00184, Italy | 4 star hotel
Prices starting from $100.00

Travel Blogs from Rome

Piazzas, gardens, hills, and stairs

A travel blog entry by mitchdee07


... to reach the Piazza del Popolo ("People's Square"), one of Rome's largest and most grandiose public squares. Designed in the early 19th-century, this enormous circular space is neoclassical in style, paved with cobblestones, and dominated by an Egyptian obelisk and the domes of several imposing churches.

After some picture-taking, we decided to have lunch at one of the two famous cafes situated adjacent to the piazza, Ristorante Rosati. Here ...

Tras Teh Veh Reh and Janiculum Hill

A travel blog entry by kinwah


... troops or Garibaldi would win the war that would led to the establishment of Italy as we know it. Back then, Rome was still under papal rule but the people desired a republic, one in which they would have a say in. The pope would enlist the help of the French army, and they would ultimately clash on Janiculim Hill with Garibaldi's forces. He would emerge victorious, paving the way for the end of papal rule of Rome, the incorporation of Rome into the republic of Italy and ...

Arrivederci Roma

A travel blog entry by indianajill


... off at the Spanish Steps and stop for a late lunch before I stroll the Via del Corso one last time for a little window shopping as I walk all the way to the Piazza del Popolo and stop for a last cup of gelato. What shall I miss about Italy: cappuccino, gelato, Prosecco, pastry, buying myself gift boxes of wine, and most of all being immersed in history that is so alive here that it just reaches out and touches you. Not satisfied with all the walking I ...

The Vatican City

A travel blog entry by joyf


Reading Dan Brown's Angel & Demons had made me want to go and see the Vatican City and explore one of the world's most extensive art collections !! It's almost a previledge to have access to these pleasures which were originally meant for the exclusive enjoyment of the Pope.

We got a taxi to the front of the Vatican and there certainly was a buzz around. coffee was over priced for what it was worth at the cafe across the road, whilst we waited to join our ...

Vatican to Venice

A travel blog entry by evanvanderploeg


... do a tour to skip the lines. We definitely knew by this point that there would be hardly any lines, and we were right. When we were buying our tickets, the guy at the counter pointed to the student sign, I said no I wasn’t a student but he still gave me the student price, I guess it pays to look young. The more we walked around the Museums the less time I wanted to spend there. When Evan showed me a mummy I did perk up, it was pretty cool. We saw the Sistine Chapel and got sore ...

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This 4 star hotel, located in the Castro Pretorio area of Rome, is near Basilica di Santa Maria Maggiore, Palazzo Massimo alle Terme, Appian Line Tours Rome, and Teatro dell'Opera.
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