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San Lorenzo

San Lorenzo is an excellent base for your visit to Rome, the national capital of Italy.

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You'll be wandering the streets with about 2,600,000 residents in this lively city, so it's time to brush up on the local lingo! Landing at Ciampino Airport? San Lorenzo is 8 miles to the northwest of the gates. To get to this neighborhood from the core of the city, go 2 miles to the east.

When you're ready, it's time to visit a few nearby tourist hotspots. First off, try Centro Sportivo Salone or Hua Yi Si Buddhist Temple. You may also like Parco Tutti Insieme and Jubilee Church. To experience a different side of Rome, try the nearby neighborhoods Termini Central Station and Esquilino.

Roman Forum, one of the top tourist sights in the country, is located 2 miles to the west.

While you're touring around the central part of Rome, have a look at Bioparco di Roma and Circus Maximus. You should also check out National Gallery of Modern Art and Castel Sant'Angelo.

Vacations are all about taking it easy and having fun! When the time comes to let off some steam, make tracks to Tennis Club Parioli, Pasquino and Caffe Greco.

Gain a deeper understanding of the cultural scene at Tombs of Via Latina, Ensemble of Capo di Bove, Studio d'Arte Contemporanea di Pino Casagrande and Catacombe di San Sebastiano.

Stop by Museo Nazionale d'Arte Orientale 'Giuseppe Tucci', Museo Boncompagni Ludovisi, Museo Nazionale delle Arti del XXI Secolo and Chiostro del Bramante to appreciate some thought-provoking artworks. Find out about the artists or just take in the calm surroundings.

Inquire about group tours and one-off exhibits at Museo di Casal de' Pazzi, Museum of Comparative Anatomy "B. Grassi", Musei di Villa Torlonia and TechnoTown. You're bound to find something the whole family will appreciate.

Scan the program at Teatro Alba | 49, Teatro Blackgull, Teatro Greco and Aula Magna dell'Universita la Sapienza. If any upcoming performances stand out from the rest, secure seats as soon as you're able to.

When you feel like treating the little travelers, Museo delle Cere, National Central Library of Rome, Explora Children's Museum and Vatican Library are just the ticket.

Those who love nature will appreciate the outdoor areas of Parco degli Acquedotti, Villa Chigi Park, Pelagie Islands and Roccia dell'Orso.

You'll encounter a variety of local flora and fauna at Park of the Caffarella, Parco Regionale dell'Appia Antica, Orto Botanico and Riserva Naturale di Monte Mario.

Local parklands include Parco Nemorense, Parco Sepolcro degli Scipioni, Villa Giustiniani Massimo and Villa Sciarra. Take a leisurely stroll or have a picnic in the sunshine.

Hunt down a bargain, pick up some souvenirs or just do some people-watching at San Romano Market, Happio, Covered Market and Porta Portese Market.

Learn lessons from the past at a few of the nearby historic sights, such as Villa Gordiani, Mausoleum of Helena, Cimitero Monumentale del Verano and Villa di Massenzio.

The religious sites, such as Basilica San Giovanni Bosco, Saint Agnes Outside the Walls, La Scala Sancta and Saint John at the Latin Gate, can give you the chance to ponder in a calming setting.

Accommodation in San Lorenzo

San Lorenzo is known as a worthwhile destination, with no less than 2521 San Lorenzo lodging options that can be booked through Expedia.

Beginning at the more exclusive end of the spectrum, you can book a few nights at the Rocco Forte Hotel De Russie, at Via del Babuino 9, or THE FIRST Luxury Art Hotel Roma, at Via del Vantaggio 14. If those don't match your budget and style, the Manfredi Luxury Apartments and the Mood 44 are two more budget-friendly hotels that might be what you're looking for.

If you're stopping over for just a night or two and only have time to take in the highlights, you may prefer to check out the Trevi Palace Luxury Apartments or The Telegraph Suites, which are both located near Roman Forum.

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