Villa Habsburg Porta Metronia

Address: Piazza di Porta Metronia, Rome, Lazio, 00183, Italy | Villa
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This villa, located in the Roma Tuscolano area of Rome, is near Baths of Caracalla (Terme di Caracalla), San Stefano Rotondo, Villa Celimontana, and Church of Santa Maria in Domnica.
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    Aqueducts, Appian Way, and very few street signs

    A travel blog entry by dreeder on Jun 14, 2015

    8 comments, 5 photos

    Our first full day in Roma.
    We begin at what what I predict will become our Roma tradition -- breakfast at Noname cafe. Wonderful place with great cappuccino and cornetto and very kind people who don't speak a word of English. But, we felt warmly welcomed.
    Our first stop of the day was at the roman aqueducts. Right next to some big apartment buildings in a suburb of Rome stands these monuments to ...

    Rome in a Day

    A travel blog entry by greg.wedman on Aug 04, 2014

    7 photos

    ... holding his skin, as he was skinned alive and interestingly, made the face on the skin a self-portrait of himself, the only one that he ever did. From there, it was on to St. Peter’s Basilica. What an amazing place, certainly the largest church I have ever been in. By this time, the place was starting to get very busy, as the pope was going to be hosting 40,000 German altar boys (and girls) and many of them had started arriving. It was nice to have the guide, as ...

    1st Day in Rome: Modern city

    A travel blog entry by crosintheworld on Jun 11, 2014

    28 photos

    ... and it became a bit late to go to Piazza Navona so we left it for the next day. As usually happens, next day never came and we couldn't visit Pantheon inside. We could finally get to Piazza Navona, but at night... but that was another day.

    After some resting there, we decided to start looking for a restaurant for dinner... of course we ate pizza again... but this time better.


    When in as the tourists do?

    A travel blog entry by rachels694 on Apr 25, 2014

    120 photos

    ... crowds of Rome jammed packed the city and really made it exhausting to get around (this coming from someone who lived in NYC for 16 years so you know it had to be terrible). By the end of the four nights both Dario and I needed a vacation from our vacation.

    Here is some info on a few of the spots we visited:

    The Colosseum. Number one on our list. Dario has an absolute obsession with Roman times and history. ...


    A travel blog entry by darylheather on Oct 16, 2013

    5 photos

    ... the riverbank to Circo Massimo, a large,dry artificial lake built by the Romans to race boats. It is flanked on one side by the ruins of what may have been the Grand Hyatt of the Romans. Took the sardine can metro home to have pizza, salad, sundried treats and a bottle of Fiano (a white wine from the south) on our roof top terrace looking across the rooftops and tv antennas of residential ...