Best Approach

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Walk Walk Walk … and again walk

Walk around and discover the city. Get lost a bit and enjoy the small back streets, the charm of the Roman atmosphere.

At Quodlibet bed and breakfast you are right in the center of the city, and from our location you don’t really need any mandatory public transportation.

Via Barletta in Rom from Ottaviano Metro Stop
Via Barletta in Rome from the Metro stop – the Plane Trees Lined Road

Just for an early morning tour or booked entrance tickets on the other side of the city centre, you might need to use the Metro (Subway Line “A”) that you find just a block away from our location. Maybe late at night, after a dinner in another area of Rome, you might want to use a night bus … but other than that, just walk.

the view from Sant.Angelo castle - QuodLibet bed and breakfast

So, a pair comfortable shoes, your camera, and that’s it. Even at night, when Rome is quieter and less busy, you can wander around with no single issue about safety and security.

Spanish Steps from QuodLibet bed and breakfast Rome

Rome is a safe city (almost no micro-criminality in our area) so “use” it even late at night or very early in the morning.

So the best approach for Rome is an “easy going one”, walk around, do not put too many things to do each day, and the discover the thousands of things to see around in the city.

Pincio Terrace from QuodLibet bed and breakfast Rome

The only thing you might consider is booking ahead of time the real bottle necks in the city (the sites that are always very busy and could be time consuming in terms of queues and crowds). So definitely go on-line and make your booking for the Vatican Museums and the Coliseum. Other than that, everything is easy!

St. Angel Castle from QuodLibet bed and breakfast Rome

An example of walking route to follow from Quodlibet to discover a big portion of the centre of Rome, just in a few hours:

Here an idea of possible walks in Rome

Walk in Rome from Vatican To Trastevere and Gianicolo Hill
A walk along the Tiber from St. Angelo Castel to the Tiberina …
From QuodLibet to St. John in Lateran passing through the Coliseum
Campo dei Fiori, the JEwish Quarter and The Capitoline Hill Here you …
Walk in Rome from the Spanish Setps to St. Mary Major
Passing through the Pincio Terrace, the Borghese Park, Via Veneto, Piazza barberini, …
The Baroque Rome Walk
The must to do walk. A loop that gives everybody the opportunity …