Wake up and have a delicious cup of espresso or a cappuccino. Rome is a mix of coffee, pizzas, ancient ruins… and much much more! 24 hours in Rome are enough to travel back in time remembering Caesar, Pompey or Spartacus. Rome is the perfect basecamp to dream of legends and history around the Roman Forum and the Coliseum. Haven’t been to Rome yet? No worries: if the world would come to an end, Rome would -probably- still stand. If you would rather be on the safe side, don’t wait any longer: you will surely dream of going back… Ave, Roma!
Rome is like a movie: walk the ancient Roman ruins, the jewish quarter and the charming streets of Trastevere.
One of Europe’s most famous and romantic capitals, Rome just brims with history and is a great place to visit for its fashion and style, too. If you are looking for a comfortable, modern home from home for your stay in the city, let us help. At Apartum, we specialise in arranging the best Rome holiday rentals and offer a super selection of apartments for couples, families and business people.
Your private Rome accommodation means that you will be able to enjoy your time in the Italian capital, whether you are visiting for work or relaxing. Choose from budget to luxury Rome holiday apartments and blend in with everyday life. Why not plan an itinerary to discover the area in detail, at your own pace? See some of the wonders for which Rome is famous, from the emblematic Coliseum and Saint Peter's Church to the Forum. Alternatively, some of the other less well-known sites are equally fascinating, such as the Appia Antica ruins, the Galleria Borghese and the majestic Capitoline museums on top of Capitoline Hill.
Rome’s historic centre is a UNESCO World Heritage Site, teeming with landmarks and artefacts from the ancient to the Renaissance and modern eras. There truly is something to fascinate all culture lovers and history buffs here; take in the breathtakingly beautiful Pantheon building, make a wish at the edge of the ornate Trevi Fountain, or stroll through the narrow streets and see the Palazzo Valentini. During Rome’s annual fashion show, the Piazza di Spagna (Spanish Steps) becomes a catwalk. Afterwards, your Rome self-catering apartment makes it easy to rest, relax and unwind or prepare a bite to eat, unless you decide to take an evening stroll and mix in with the scooters and snappy dressers. Should you dine in an authentic Italian restaurant, the delicious menu choices include toasted Bruschetta bread, fresh Italian pizza, pasta and risotto and international cuisine.
Choose your Rome holiday rental from these Apartum rental listings and rely on us to take care of your accommodation needs and ensure everything is ready for your arrival. Booking is quick and straightforward; with just a few clicks, your reservation will be complete today – so you can look forward to enjoying your visit.
Make yourself ready to feel as an actor in a peplum, or to drive a Vespa along the cobbled streets of the city. The castle of Sant’Angelo, the Palatino or Piazza Navona will make you hungry and ready. Open your mouth and enjoy some great pasta, an ice-cream or a pizza slice.
If you want to be close to everything, the decision is clear: choose the center. Campo de Fiori, Monti, Trevi or Parione are some of the central areas, but also Trastevere is not far (and is simply lovely). Don’t worry about finding pizza and coffee, they are all around…
Rome is a big city but the center and main attractions are not too far away from each other. Plus, walking in Rome is already a pleasure and a great -and cheap- way of discovery. If you save in transportation, you will for sure find a way to spend your extra-budget: what about a good carbonara pasta in a traditional trattoria?
If your day has been long, the center of Rome will be a perfect place to gather energies for the night. A romantic dinner in Trastevere, some wine in a fancy winery or a night out with the younger crowds… your choice!
You’ve already seen Rome… even if you haven’t placed your feet down there. How many stories and movies have we all seen about its huge empire? You won’t need a chariot to walk around, although a scooter would do the trick (if you can handle crazy traffic). Get ready!
Rome is like a movie. In a few minutes you will step from ancient Roman ruins to the Jewish Quarter or to charming cobbled areas like Trastevere. Walking in Rome is an excellent way to discover the city and you can choose to stay either in downtown of more quiet areas. Public transportation consists of trams, buses, local trains and the underground… do you need more?
The Colosseum, the Roman Forum, the Pantheon… there’s a huge list of must sees when in Rome. The Fountain of Trevi, Castle St. Angelo, Piazza Spagna… Rome is huge and you will need time for it. Past or future? Be there now!
You will always find new stuff in Rome, even if you are visiting the city 2, 3 or 10 times. And if you have never been there, you can’t miss diamonds as the Colosseum, the Fountain of Trevi or the Sistine Chapel. Still, if you are able to end your list of sights in the city, there are great options to explore out of bounds. Here some great ideas:
Away from Rome: Where to go?
Pompei: ancient ruins, vulcano memories.
A day in the Villa: Villa Adriana and Villa D’Este, both UNESCO sites.
Capri: a day at the sea.
Amalfi Coast: escaping from the hassle.
Castelli Romani: a story of hills and castles.
Orvieto: living a fairytale.
Ostia Antica: what used to be a key city.
Napoli: taste of south in Maradona’s legendary kingdom.
Pisa/Florence/Siena: Tuscany, unforgettable beauty and taste.
Venice: there’s no trip to Italy without it.
Milan: North is different…
They call it the Eternal City. What’s true is that Rome is eternally full of tourists (and people, in general). No surprise: Rome is worth it: the Colosseum, the Vatican City, Trastevere, the Fountain of Trevi… Rome is a must-go destination and you will have a hard time deciding what to see.
Is there a better way to start your day in Rome than a good espresso after waking up? Rome are lots of different stories. And wide is the amount of areas where you could rest your bones after a professional tourism day. Tourist spots, historical center, authentic neighborhoods… What about close to Vatican City?
And if there's one thing to do before you reach Rome, that would be watching a couple of films.
Ben-Hur: a true classic.
The fall of the Roman Empire: title says it all...
Holiday in Rome: the best way to start your own.
Habemus Papam: a different approach to Vatican city issues.
La dolce vita: the most famous fountain & Anita Ekberg.