Bed & Breakfast Roma Borgo91

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Description from the owner

  • B&B
  • 2 bedrooms
  • 2 bathrooms
  • Sleeps 8

Bedrooms: 2

Bathrooms: 2

Sleeps: 8

Type: Bed and Breakfast

Bed & Breakfast Roma Borgo91

Bed & Breakfast Roma Borgo91 is a recently restored residence at the heart of one of the most characteristic districts of Rome Center, just 200 m from St Peter's Square and the Vatican City and 10 minutes walk from the Vatican Museums and the Sixtine Chapel. The perfect location to visit all major attractions on foot or by a short bus, tram or metro ride!

Roma Borgo91 features two quiet and spacious double rooms (each of them can be rented separately) are furnished with antique furniture, dressed with crisp white linens and equipped with high spec facilities such as a 32" HD LED TV, a room telephone with free national calls, electronic wall safe, ...Read more

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Guido Z.

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Bed & Breakfast Roma Borgo91
Rome, Lazio, Italy

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Additional Location Information

The Borgo district was founded at the end of the XVI century by Pope Sixtus V to house the artists and craftsmen building and decorating the Vatican's palaces and museums. It sits within the Leonese walls built by Pope Leone IV in the 9th century to protect himself, the Catholic Church and St Peter's tomb which was in Basilica Costantiniana, the first and most important of the four ancient papal basilicas in the Western world that predate the late renaissance Basilica, St Peter's, which sits on the site today.

The Borgo is still traversed by the "Passetto", a suspended corridor that links the area which is today the Vatican City, and Castel Sant'Angelo. It was once used by retreating Popes under attack from foreign interests in search of safety in the Castel and even today, half of the passage remains open to visitors from the Castel Sant'Angelo entrance. Originally built to house the tomb of Emperor Hadrian of Rome, Castel Sant'Angelo was converted into a fortress in the Middle Ages and retains most of these features today, as well as being a museum and location for exhibitions, music recitals and other cultural events.

The area is well serviced by a range of public transport facilities including bus, tram and metro. The Ottaviano/S.Pietro metro station on the A line is just over 500m from Borgo Vittorio. Closer still is Piazza Risorgimento where the trams serving the area begin and end their journeys and the number 40 bus brings you to the top of the road directly from Termini bus station.

In the area there are several parking facilities, both on roads and garages and covered parking for daytime hours and night shelter.

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Getting There

Nearest airport: Rome "Leonardo da Vinci" International (Rome FCO), 18.02 miles
Nearest train station: Roma Termini railway station, 1.86 miles
Nearest ferry port: Civitavecchia, 43.99 miles
Car is not necessary



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