Home@Rome B&B

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  • 5 bedrooms
  • 5 bathrooms
  • Sleeps 9
  • B&B

Bedrooms: 5

Bathrooms: 5

Sleeps: 9

Type: Bed and Breakfast

Home@Rome B&B

Hotel conforts at Bed & Breakfast rates? In Home@Rome it's possible, as we care to let our guest feeling themselves in a familiar environment, with the only difference that we make this happen few steps from Vatican City, the smallest state in the world, or with public transport lines easy to be taken to get in all the other main tourist and archeological attractions of The eternal city.

Our rooms, furnished with modern style, are very bright and perfect in every detail.

Please note:

- Cancellation policy: 72h advance notice

- Payment upon arrival by cash and credit cards

- Check in from 10.00 to 18.00.

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About the owner

Fabio A.

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Home@Rome B&B
Rome, Lazio, Italy

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The large Prati area can best be defined as the pocket neighbourhood east of the Vatican and its Renaissance wall, and west of the Tiber River. The rectilinear streets lead from Piazza Risorgimento (Vatican area) to the river, with via Cola di Rienzo as the main point of reference. The straight and wide Viale delle Milizie acts as both northern border and point of reference.

Bordering the Prati is the Vatican, home to the Pope and noted by the large dome of St. Peter's cathedral. To its north and northwest are the eponymous neighbourhoods, which are primarily residential. To its south is Trastevere, a vivacious hangout with Basilica of Santa Maria in Trastevere as its centre. Though Prati often feels a bit distant from the activity of the centre of Rome, it is actually a simple walk across a bridge to Campo Marzio and Centro.

Prati may be your best neighbourhood for getting to know Roman residents. The area is primarily residential with many local shops, businesses and schools. In general, there is limited tourist traffic to the neighbourhood as there are few, if any, historic monuments here.

Prati has several shopping areas. Via Cola di Rienzo is always associated with big brands for clothing and house wares, though towards Piazza Risorgimento is a lovely Fascist-era covered food market. Via Candia has local shops for inexpensive shoes, undergarments, supermarkets and hardware stores. The large and very popular food market Trionfale is on Via Andrea Doria and is very popular with foodies. Via Giuseppe Ferrari and Piazza Mazzini have beautiful local shops for clothing and interior design as well as a selection of supermarkets, boutique food shops and cafés.


Prati may be on the ‘other side’ of the river, but it is this location that makes it efficiently linked to all areas of Rome, whether by foot, tram, bus or metro. From Prati, you can easily walk to the Vatican, Piazza del Popolo and historic centre.
ATAC, Rome’s public transportation system, has extensive bus, tram and metro connections.

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