Principe Eugenio

Address: Via Principe Eugenio 90, Rome, Lazio, 00185, Italy | 2 star hotel
 
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This 2 star hotel, located in the Historic Center area of Rome, is near Romaround Tours, Scala Santa and chapel of San Lorenzo, Piazza Vittorio Emanuele II, and Palazzo del Freddo.
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    Day 32

    A travel blog entry by imjustmaddie_ on Apr 25, 2015

    3 comments, 15 photos

    ... as the sun had set and it looked amazing. We looked around and checked out all the information boards that they have set up. We then walked along this road which I cant remember the name of but it was one from the bible that Paul walked along and we headed to see the Arc of Titus. We just wandering along the streets and there is literally just roman history everywhere. I guess that's why its called the open air museum (i don't know who calls ...

    Castel Sant Angelo & Piazza Navona

    A travel blog entry by linarogers on Nov 25, 2014

    1 comment, 23 photos

    ... ages at this fortress/Castle which was initially a mausoleum for Hadrian and has since been built up and up. Many outside and inside areas to be seen with canon balls made of marble, an amazing Arch Angel at the top and many rooms to fight the enemy from. Very interesting museum to see – and it was HUGE. We also had a very expensive coffee stop at the top (13 euros) – it seems that if you order ...

    Palatine: Foundations of the Eternal City of Rome

    A travel blog entry by crowdywendy on May 27, 2014

    24 photos

    ... Greek theatres that were built into hillsides, the Colosseum was built as a free standing structure in an elliptical shape to maximise its seating for spectators. The long axis measures 188 meters and the short axis 156 meters, and the height of the building is some 50 meters. It is estimated the Colosseum could accommodate up to 70,000 spectators.

    Almost like modern stadiums, the Colosseum protected its spectators from the sun by ...

    Day 29 - Rome

    A travel blog entry by nolesy65 on Jul 23, 2013

    9 photos

    ... and the Alps from the air. We arrived at Rome Ciampino airport (where the cheap and cheerful flights land) at about eleven twenty and got the airport shuttle to Termini station where we caught the metro to Via Cavour we were are staying. The room is not the Novotel that we have had for the last two nights but it is air conditioned and well situated. Plus the Asian man running the hotel is extremely friendly and goes out of his way to help. We ...

    Vatican City

    A travel blog entry by oneluckygirl on Apr 03, 2013

    12 photos

    ... less crowded than they would normally be. They held tons of religious artwork from many different famous painters, the most famous probably being Michelangelo. We got to see the Sistine Chapel, painted by Michelangelo. It was amazing. He was an unbelievable artist. When we left, all of the artwork after it looked lifeless. Nothing seemed that good compared to the Chapel. We also saw St. Peter's Basilica. It had tons of crypts underneath it, and the tomb of St. Peter which gives it its ...