Park Hotel Serenissima

Address: Via Rimbomba,10 (Via Sacrofanese km 1.3), Sacrofano, Lazio, 00060, Italy | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located on Via Rimbomba,10 (Via Sacrofanese km 1.3), Sacrofano, is near Via Salaria, Via Tiberina, Tiber Village, and Via Flaminia.
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    Travel Blogs from Sacrofano

    Vatican City

    A travel blog entry by sheridanjevans on Sep 02, 2015

    3 comments, 6 photos

    ... say except the food was fabulous and I came home so full!! Very glad I didn't have breakfast beforehand. We had coffee, pizza, splinizi, cannoli, pasta, wine, prosciutto, cheese, bread, gelato.... Oh my goodness! And a few little historical sights along the way. Better yet I was the only one who booked the tour today, so it was like a private tour through Rome, very enjoyable, and a great wander through many streets and areas. Can't wait till i ...

    The Vatican

    A travel blog entry by the.sheehan on Jul 18, 2015

    1 comment, 8 photos

    ... lot about the Vatican.

    We start with the Museums. They are huge, and Elizabetta tells we only have time to see the highlights. I realise that I know almost nothing about the Vatican. She gives us an overview of Michelangelo and his painting of the Sistine Chapel. Michelangelo sounds like he was an interesting character. She tells us he was very grumpy, and always worked alone. He was also notable for wearing the same old boots 365 days a year, and for ...

    Vatican City

    A travel blog entry by lashez on Jun 16, 2015

    1 comment, 5 photos

    ... chapel and held large parties and fairs but was divided in two in the 16th century when the vatican library was built. It was also where Pope Leo X would parade his elephant Hanno around for spectators, Hanno was buried in the courtyard. We briefly went into the hall of busts where he Roberto showed us many amazing ancient greek pieces some still with the original glass eyes. Sadly some of the more 'chaste' popes covered many of the male genitals with plaster ...

    ITALY's - First Stop

    A travel blog entry by 1life on May 03, 2015

    3 comments, 17 photos

    ... since I had not opened the map program since Greece.) Anyhow, I can understand the driver having difficulty as our apartment was located in a little lane off another little lane. Not so sure I understand how we ended up with an ...


    A travel blog entry by rland on Jan 18, 2015

    1 photo

    ... Without this man and his counterparts mentioned above, Italy would be an undivided country with lots of smaller governments ruling. Rome was such a huge empire that to imagine it all disheveled and broken is hard to do but that is how it was before its unification. The unification brought back some of Rome's former glory and gave the Italian people a homeland to be proud of ...