Rome & Surroundings

Hotel California is located in Via Principe Amedeo, in the heart of Roma.

Whit just few minutes walking you can reach: Termini Station, Santa Maria Maggiore, Coliseum, Roman Forum, Trevi Fountain, Piazza della Repubblica, the Opera House, Piazza Navona, Piazza del Popolo, Villa Borghese and Galleria Borghese.

With just 10 minutes by subway or bus you can reach St. Pietro and the Vatican Museums.

Di seguito vi consigliamo alcuni luoghi che, a nostro parere, meritano una particolare attenzione.

 Castelli Romani

I Castelli Romani (Roman Castles), only few kilometers from Roma, are full of enchanting spots and breathtaking panoramic views. Castelli Romani are composed by 16 villages: Albano Laziale, Ariccia, Castel Gandolfo,Colonna, Frascati, Genzano di Roma, Grottaferrata, Lanuvio, Lariano, Marino, Monte Compatri, Monte Porzio Catone, Nemi, Rocca di Papa, Rocca Priora and Velletri, all in the middle of green nature. Right in the middle, there’s the Parco Regionale, a protected area of great naturalistic interest. There are a lot of typical products from this area: the most famous are Ariccia’s porchetta, Lariano’s bread and porcini mushrooms, Rocca di Papa’s chestnuts, Nemi’s strawberries and Frascati’s wine. Wine, in particular, is good and famous in all the Castelli’s area, thanks to the particular morphology of territory.

 Foro romano

The Roman Forum was located in the valley between the Palatine and the Capitol and was the center of commercial, religious and political center of the city of Rome.


The emperors of the Flavia family built this large amphitheater for gladiatorial shows and hunts of wild animals, which in later centuries would become the symbol of the eternity of Urbe.

 Galleria Borghese

Superb collection of cardinals seventeenth century came to us undamaged and indeed enriched by historical additions at the end of 700.

 Musei Vaticani

The first group, a collection of ancient sculptures, was established by Pope Julius II (1503-13.) The idea of the museum was conceived by Clement XIII (1758-69), who with the assistance of Winckelmann set up the Profane Museum. With Clement XIV (1769-74) and Pius VI (1775-99) was the Museo Pio Clementino and in 1807-10, under Pius VII, set up by Canova Museum Chiaramonti.

 Musei capitolini

Founded in 1471 by Pope Sixtus IV donated to the people of the Roman bronze statues of the Lateran (the She-Wolf, the Spinario, Camillo and the colossal head of Emperor Constantine with the hand and the orb of power), is considered the oldest public museum in the world; the return of these works - a sign of the past grandeur of Rome - the people of the town acquired so a higher symbolic value, since the Capitol was always the center of religious life in ancient Rome and, after a long period of neglect, home the civil courts since the Middle Ages.


Main distances

Colosseo 7 min con metro linea B

Vaticano 27 min con metro linea A

Stazione Termini 5 min a piedi

Via dei Fori Imperiali 10 min con metro linea B


Castel Sant'Angelo 25 min con bus linea 64

Fontana di Trevi 20 min a piedi

Santa Maria Maggiore 3 min a piedi

Vie dello Shopping 18 min a piedi


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