In addition to being the cradle of European civilization, every year Rome offers millions of tourists places of immeasurable historical and artistic value.
Since ancient times, the city of Rome has witnessed an increasing number of flourishing neighbourhoods, also known as rioni (districts). Each neighbourhood therefore not only has its own history – a source of pride for its inhabitants – but also its own specific characteristics. Once you know what you are looking for, the offer on Halldis - with over 150 accomodations - will allow you to stay in any neighbourhood: Termini, Trastevere, Flaminio, Aurelio, Appio, etc.
If, as they say, all roads lead to Rome, this road certainly leads straight to its soul: the centre. Considering that the Italian capital is the city with the most historical monuments in the world, staying in the centre of Rome will enable you to fully immerse yourself in the culture and aesthetics of the city’s architectural wonders: The Colosseum, St. Peter’s Basilica, the Pantheon, the Quirinal Palace, the Trevi Fountain and the Imperial Fora are just some of the most important monuments, which are well-connected to the city centre.
If you are looking for a romantic and picturesque corner of Rome, be in no doubt: Trastevere is the perfect place to stay. The charm of its alleys, artisan shops and markets make it one of the most interesting places for tourists who want to discover the allure of Rome at its most authentic.