Lilium Hotel

Via Venti Settembre 58A, Rome, Lazio, 00187, Italy | 3 star hotel
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    Colosseum, Palatine Hill, Roman Forum, etc.

    A travel blog entry by stevegrace on Jul 30, 2014

    24 photos

    ... without scaffolding and came to the Piazza del Popolo. There was some spectacular architecture there and along the way.

    Our next stop was the Pantheon. A most amazing building which I recognised immediately due to the absence of camouflage. I really liked the Pantheon and was amazed that there was no admission fee.

    Just around the corner was Piazza Navona. I think this was the prettiest piazza we saw. I could have sat at a café table and drank coffee and watched ...

    Easter Sunday at Trastevere!

    A travel blog entry by fromcathyp on Apr 20, 2014

    6 comments, 13 photos

    ... the Coleseumcomplete with millions of people milling around outside. Staying on the No. 3 tram we moved through some beautiful parts of Rome and expensive real estate. Directionless as I am, I knew this wasn't going to plan, but stayed on anyway enjoying the vistas! When we went through the archways of the old walls, I knew we were heading out to an outer area, so it was time to get off and go back!

    I chatted with a ...

    Ruins, Palaces, Potholes and Porchetta

    A travel blog entry by sntj on Dec 01, 2013

    66 photos

    ... di Papa – The Rocca (Rock) was a fortification built on the ruins of the ancient city of Cabum and was a favourite dwelling place of Pope Eugene III (1145-1152), which is how Rocca di Papa ["Pope's fortress"]got its name. Here, in the most panoramic part of the city, the fortress is the seat of the Geodynamic Observatory, which from 1922 to 1935 witnessed the scientific experiments conducted by the father of radio, Guglielmo Marconi, and which is ...

    Rome - Day 1

    A travel blog entry by 2tillbrooks on Nov 05, 2013

    34 photos

    ... campidoglio and although we did not go into the museum, we took some peaks over the security guards satisfying us enough.Only in Rome you can take a rest, sitting on a old Roman ruin, coloums casualy lay horizontally for benches...Mad! Great timing though as it was actually quite warm in the sun. Continuing on our journey we came across the Palatine and the Roman forum both jaw dropping. After pushing our way through ...

    Rome

    A travel blog entry by trishfr on Sep 09, 2013

    14 photos

    ... season tickets!! it could hold 50,000 seated and another 20,000 standing( other sorces say up to a total of 85,000). It was used for hunting events , boating battles as they filled the arena with water from nearby man made lake and gladiator fights. Later they built under the wooden floor and stopped filling it with water. All the walls and floors were covered in Marble. The walls them selves were earthquake proofed with steel reinforcing and they had a ...