What to visit

Thanks to our central position, 'Il Mondo Di Amelia' makes visiting many of Rome's most famous and world-wide celebrated attractions easily accessible.

St.Peter's Basilica and Vatican City

Just a few minutes walking and you will find the Vatican City's St. Peter's Basilica, the Vatican Museums, the Sistine Chapel, the blessed John Paul's Tomb, the Vatican Gardens and the great Bernini Colonnade.
Visit Vatican's website

Imperial and Classical Rome

In only five minutes by metro, or in twenty minutes walking, you will reach the Spagna Square (the Spanish Steps). Taking a walk through the typical Rome streets, it is possible to reach the beautiful Trevi Fountain, Venezia Square, the Imperial forums, the Colosseum, the Circum Massimo and all the unique charm that only Rome can offer.
Visit Rome Tourist Office website
Visit Rome Municipality website

Art, Music and Show

Only two bus stops and you can arrive at the Olympic Stadium and at the "Stadio dei Marmi". Both are places where the most important sport events take place. From there, crossing the newly made "Music Bridge" you can directly reach the "Auditorium Parco Della Musica", (designed by the famous architect Renzo Piano), and the new museum of Rome called "Maxxi" designed by Zaha Hadid. Both host fantastic events throughout the year.
Visit Auditorium Parco della Musica website

Shopping e Divertimenti

A few steps and you are in the heart of one of Rome's shopping meccas: Via Cola di Rienzo, Via Ottaviano and Viale Giulio Cesare; (streets where low-cost shopping are also accessible). A little bit beyond, you'll find the Via Del Corso and Via Condotti, which hosts the most famous international signature boutiques. If you want a taste of the night-life in Rome, very close to our B&B you can reach "Ponte Milvio" (just 5 minutes by bus) where you will find the most glamourous restaurants, pubs and wine bars. We are also near Trastevere and Testaccio; two of the most famous districts in Rome which animate the Rome "movida".