Location | How to reach the guest house

Casa Romana is located just a couple of minutes walk from Termini station, Rome’s main station for buses, metros and trains. Termini station is a 30-minute train ride from Leonardo da Vinci Airport. Rome’s main sites, museums and galleries are within easy reach of Termini by bus, by metro or on foot.
To get to Casa Romana, leave Termini station by the exit next to platform one (the exit marked “Via Marsala”), turn right, then take the first left onto Via Milazzo. Then walk up for one block and take the first road on the right, Via dei Mille.

If you arrive with the Terravision bus, follow the same directions as from Termini Station.


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Casa Romana is located north of Termini station in the Rione Esquilino.  For many travelers this is just the arrival and departure point,  the hub of Rome public transportation,  and therefore the easiest place to stay when in Rome. That’s true, but we also want to show you how  rich this area is in terms of history, art and culture.  And it’s not finished: if one of the reasons that brought you to Italy is that you looove Italian food, la Stazione Termini will not betray you! You will be surprised in finding out that some of the best gelaterie, pasticcerie or bakeries  are so close to Casa Romana!

North of Termini:

Our coffee didn’t wake you up  (you were late last night…) and it’s noon and you MUST visit the Colosseum because it’s your last day? Roberto in via Milazzo will serve his home made  cornetti and ciambelle with a great cappuccino. Across the street from Roberto there is an always crowded Forno. They have the best  pizza Bianca in Rome! You can fill it with prosciutto, vegs, mozzarella and rucola. Just make sure you know that Ubaldo, the owner shuts for siesta from 2 till 5pm. Closed on Thurs afternoons and Sunday.

For lunch and dinner the place to go is Da Bruno in via Varese 31. This family owned trattoria does traditional Roman cuisine. There is no pizza, but you can die for their amatriciana or gnocchi.  They are open Mon-Sat 12.30pm, 7-10pm. Closed Aug. If you walk a lit bit further  west , towards via XX Settembre, in via Goito corner via Cernaia, you will find  Trimani, one of the oldest , most popular and well … wine shop in Rome.

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