Rome, bathed in the soothing embrace of the night, unveils a different enchantment. The city's serene nocturnal ambiance beckons all, for Rome is renowned not only for its historical grandeur but also for its safety. As the sun dips beneath the horizon, families with children stroll its streets without a hint of concern. The convenience of QuodLibet Bed and Breakfast, nestled at Via Barletta 29, offers an ideal starting point for a leisurely nocturnal exploration. Begin your journey with a tranquil walk leading you to the charming Via dei Coronari and its surrounding wonders. Meander along the scenic route, allowing the city's timeless beauty to envelop you. Castel Sant'Angelo, with its imposing silhouette, stands sentinel along your path. Its ancient stones whisper stories of emperors and popes, revealing secrets of a bygone era. Continue your evening sojourn, ambling towards the radiant Piazza Navona, a mesmerizing square that bursts to life with the flair of artists, musicians, and splendid fountains. Strolling through the city's quiet lanes, you'll find that Rome's treasures are often even more captivating in the moon's gentle glow. As you explore the labyrinthine streets, you'll realize that Rome's charm extends well into the night, providing you with the opportunity to appreciate its wonders without the bustling crowds. Rome at night is a testament to the city's remarkable safety and rich historical tapestry. QuodLibet Bed and Breakfast invites you to savor this unique experience, all within a pleasant walk from Via Barletta 29. Discover Rome's serene, nocturnal allure, where every corner holds a piece of history, and every step is an exploration of time and tradition.
Immerse yourself in the allure of Rome's iconic Trevi Fountain. With a rich history dating back to ancient times, this majestic masterpiece has captivated the world with its Baroque beauty. From Fellini's "La Dolce Vita" to its cameo appearances in other films, the fountain has become a symbol of cinematic enchantment. Embark on an early morning stroll from QuodLibet bed and breakfast, meandering through the city's timeless landmarks. Experience the magic of the Trevi Fountain, toss a coin for good luck, and pledge your return to Rome. This unforgettable journey intertwines art, history, and culture, leaving a lasting impression on every visitor.
Immerse yourself in the timeless beauty of Piazza Navona, a captivating square nestled in the heart of Rome. Just a thirty-minute stroll from our QuodLibet Bed and Breakfast, the walk to Piazza Navona is a scenic delight, taking you past iconic landmarks like St. Peter's Square, Castel Sant'Angelo, and the majestic Sant'Angelo Bridge. Once you arrive at Piazza Navona, you'll be transported back in time, as this historic square holds a significant place in Rome's story. From its origins as Domitian's Stadium to the fierce architectural rivalry between Bernini and Borromini, the square bears witness to the city's rich past. Today, Piazza Navona enchants visitors with its grandeur and architectural splendor, boasting the magnificent Fountain of the Four Rivers, elegant palaces, and the stunning Sant'Agnese in Agone church. The square is alive with vibrant energy, hosting bustling markets and street performances, while its cafes and restaurants invite you to indulge in the flavors of Rome. Discover the allure of Piazza Navona, where history, art, and culture converge in a truly mesmerizing setting
Experience the charm of Rome on a captivating walking tour from Prati to Santa Maria Maggiore. Begin your journey in the vibrant Prati district near Ottaviano San Pietro metro station and explore the picturesque Villa Borghese, with its lush gardens and breathtaking views. Continue along the iconic Via Veneto, immersing yourself in the elegance of this historic street. Discover the Triton Fountain in Piazza Barberini before ascending the Quirinal Hill to admire the majestic Quirinal Palace. Dive into the bohemian atmosphere of the Monti neighborhood, with its quaint alleys and artisan shops. Conclude your tour at the magnificent Basilica di Santa Maria Maggiore, adorned with stunning mosaics. This walking adventure offers a perfect blend of history, culture, and beauty, allowing you to uncover the timeless allure of Rome
A short bike ride coming back home from the bed and breakfast today. I had my camera with me and I took a few pictures just wondering around in Rome. Only locals taking advantage of the sites and just few (very very few) tourists. Kids biking, old people sitting on benches, families doing their windows … Continue reading A 30 minutes bike ride through Rome
A walk along the Tiber from St. Angelo Castel to the Tiberina Island Walk through St. Peter’s Square to Borgo Santo Spirito, then from Piazza Della Rovere take Via della Lungara and reach Santa Maria in Trastevere. On Via Della Lungara you can decide to stop at Palazzo Corsini to see the Raphael Rooms, or to … Continue reading Walk in Rome from Vatican To Trastevere and Gianicolo Hill
Campo dei Fiori, the JEwish Quarter and The Capitoline Hill Here you have a very nice walking path that gives you the opportunity to walk along some of the nicest spots of the historic city centre of Rome: You will be passing through St. Peter’s Square, St. Angelo Castle and St. Angelo Bridge, Via Giulia, the market at Campo Dei Fiori (the … Continue reading From QuodLibet to St. John in Lateran passing through the Coliseum
Passing through the Pincio Terrace, the Borghese Park, Via Veneto, Piazza barberini, the quirinale hill and monti district Enjoy a walk in Rome starting from Piazza di Spagna Metro Stop (that you can reach in 4 stops from “Ottaviano San Pietro” Line A stop which is 50 metres from our accommodation in Rome) and ends at … Continue reading Walk in Rome from the Spanish Setps to St. Mary Major
The must to do walk. A loop that gives everybody the opportunity to see the most of must to see sights all in a row. Begin with Piazza del Popolo (and if you like a jump to the Pincio Terrace for a fantastic view), pass through the Spanish Steps, than proceed to Trevi Fountain, pass … Continue reading The Baroque Rome Walk