Rome Neighborhoods

Centro

Centro, Rome

Centro is the heart of downtown Rome and contains endless historic sites, museums, and maze-like streets that attract masses of people both day and night. Home to five-star hotels, bar-lined piazzas, fine ... more

Piazza di Spagna

Piazza di Spagna, Rome

Very classy and outrageously overpriced, Piazza di Spagna is most notable as the home to the shops of all the major European designers, and as such attracts a daytime crowd of older and more sophisticated residents, ... more

Monti

Monti, Rome

Originally formed by four hills from which it takes its name, the neighborhood of Monti features picturesque sloping streets that combine to create a hip little district with pricey shops, charming lanes and ... more

San Lorenzo

San Lorenzo, Rome

Home to many students and professors of the nearby La Sapienza University, San Lorenzo is a hip neighborhood virtually untouched by tourists. Residents belong primarily to the alternative “counterculture” ... more

Trastevere

Trastevere, Rome

One of the oldest and most popular nightlife districts in Rome, Trastevere is the place to go for an evening of barhopping and partying. The area’s outdoor scene and cozy bars, upscale lounges, and bustling ... more

Testaccio

Testaccio, Rome

Separated by a large bluff from the rest of the quiet residential neighborhood, Testaccio’s clubbing district consists of one long and winding street that is home to the majority of Rome’s late-night locales. The ... more

Pigneto

Pigneto, Rome

Once a sleepy residential enclave, Pigneto experienced an influx of young and artsy residents that transformed the area into a thriving neighborhood full of hip new bars and galleries. The main street of Via ... more

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