Via XX Settembre Vacations
Tiber Island, Rome and Monteverde Nuovo, are nearby suburbs which are also worth exploring.
To really understand Rome, take a trip to one of its museums and theaters. Take a guided tour, admire the architecture or simply enjoy the fascinating displays at Galleria Borghese, Capitoline Museum and the Galleria Doria Pamphilj. For a great night out, reserve seats at Valley Theater, Teatro Argentina and Auditorium Conciliazione, one of the area’s best-loved live concert venues. The area is a treasure trove for art lovers. Visit Borghese Gallery, the National Museum of Oriental Art and the Museum of Contemporary Art of Rome.
If the weather is good get outdoors and appreciate the nearby green spaces. Bring a picnic, throw a frisbee, or just relax in the shade at the Botanical Gardens, Savello Park and the Colle Oppio Park.
Rome has a number of noteworthy places to see including Pantheon, Synagogue and Spanish Steps. Rome features some evocative reminders of the past; start your historic tour at the Santa Maria del Popolo, the Santa Maria della Vittoria and Porta Portese. To get a little closer to Rome’s heart and soul, pay a visit to the area’s most sacred sites, such as the Temple of Concord, Chiesa Valdese and the Trinita dei Monti Church.
If you love to find a great deal, explore the Campo de' Fiori Market and the Galleria Alberto Sordi.
To cheer on the local sporting greats, book tickets for a Italy National Rugby Union Team, A.S. Roma or S.S. Lazio match at Foro Italico. There is no better way to to get to know local sports nuts than to sit among the roaring crowd wearing the light blue and white colors of local favorites, the Italy National Rugby Union Team.
At the end of a day enjoying Via XX Settembre, put up your feet and relax at one of the area’s bed-and-breakfasts, hotels or short-stay apartments. Check out the rooms, rates and amenities at the Starhotels Metropole, the UNA Hotel Roma, or the Hotel Quirinale.