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Nearby Attractions

Parco della Caffarella


The Valley of Caffarella is located between the Mura Aureliane, Via Lattea, Via dell’Almone and Via Appia. It’s part of Appia Anticas park, it’s the main and most privileged access. At each entrance a information panel shows the public visited areas, the main routes, the monuments and the rules of conduct. The valley’ s name comes from the main estate in the area, belonging to the Caffarelli family. The park is rich of historical evidence as it includes a part of the Triopio of Erode Attico, important agricultural fund that extended from Via Appia and the Almone river and that Erode Attico ( philosopher and mathematician lived at the Emperor Marco Aurelio time ) had acquired from his roman wife Annia Regilla.

Kings of Rome is located in a central area equipped with all services, easily accessible from Termini station and from Ciampino and Fiumicino airport.
Nearby there are some archeological sites and natural parks.

Appia Antica


Appia antica in the city of Rome extends for about 13 km. For the first 4 km, the ancient street is not longer visible and the main monuments can be reached along the modern Via delle Terme di Caracalla and Via di Porta San Sebastiano. However from the intersection with Via Ardeatina, where the “Domine, quo vadis?” Church is located, a straight roman road begins. Exceptionally well preserved and with hundreds of ancient monuments along the edges of the road. This section gives you a description of the more important and visited places on Via Appia. Remember they are only a little part of the past testimonials animating this Roman countryside picturesque stretch, where no architectural or natural barrier interposes between the visitor and the great view of the Castelli.

San Giovanni in Laterano


It’s the first of the four major papal basilicas and the oldest and most important basilica of Occident. Located on the Celio hill, the basilica  and the large complex surrounding (including the Palazzo Pontificio of the Laterano, the Palazzo of  the Canonici, the Pontificio Seminario Romano Maggiore and the Pontificia Università Lateranense), even though on the Italian Republic territory,  enjoy the privileges of the extraterritoriality acknowledged from the Italian State to the State Holy See that  has total jurisdiction on it.

Scala Santa


The most famous and visited holy stairs, pilgrimage for Catholics from all over the world, located in Rome, part of a complex called Santuario of the Holy Stairs near the San Giovanni in Laterano basilica.  The religious legend, in medieval origin, says that they’re the same stairs climbed by Jesus, that were then brought to Rome from Sant’Elena Empresse, mother of Costantino I, in the 326.



Located in the archeological heart of the town of Rome, the Anfiteatro Flavio, or more commonly Colosseo, stands out for the monumentality and welcomes daily a a lot of visitors attracted by the intact charme of its history and its complex architecture. Built in the first century D. C for emperors of Flavia dynasty, the Colosseo, so called  by a colossal statue nearby, welcomed, until the end of the ancient age, great and popular shows, as games  and gladiator fights. The building was, and still is today, a spectacle itself. We are talking about the biggest amphitheater in the world, able to offer amazing theatrical equipment and services for viewers.


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