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Thought Rome was just full of Roman ruins and the colloseum? Didn't realize that the city was so close to the coast until you noticed the sea when flying in? - Yep, that's the Mediterranean Sea, and from the Rome city center it can be reached by public transport or car in a cool 30-40 minutes. It doesn't matter if you're planning to spend a weekend or an entire fortnight in and around Rome, spending a couple of nights in one of the many hotels in the Rome coastal area will not only be a welcome break from the hustle and bustle of tourist-throbbing Rome, but will be a great opportunity to see another side to The Eternal City. Venere's already done all the hard work for you in locating the best hotels in Rome's coastal area, so all you have to do is relax.
What's Rome Coastal Area Like?
There are several towns located along the portion of the Tyrrhenian coast in the vicinity of Rome, such as Lido di Ostia, Fregene, and Fiumicino. Venere has a great selection of hotels in the Rome coastal area in both these locations, as well as others. All offer a fantastic slice of holiday in the Italian sun, with great service and amenities including Wi-Fi, hotel bars, 24-hour front desk service, and with some hotels even allowing you to bring pets along. The two things that should be your focus when you visit Rome's coastal region are locating the plushest spot on the beach and indulging in some seriously good seafood. Our tip? - Spend at least 2-3 days relaxing by the sea with a cool white wine after over-indulging on culture in Rome's city center, and you'll be feeling revitalized before you can say aperitivo!
Tips for Getting Along with Locals in Rome Coastal Area
If Italy is known for one thing, then hands down it's the food. Each region is fiercely prideful of its own particular specialties, and the Rome coastal region is no exception. Frutti di mare is what you want to be looking out for here and in particular dishes that include sardines, anchovies, mussels, and spaghetti with clams. Seadas is a special cheese-filled fritter, which comes drizzled in honey and is a particular crowd-pleaser with both adults and kids. Ask a local or a staff member who works in any of the hotels in the area. Opinions may vary! With Venere's expertise in all things vacation and accommodation, you'll be in great hands when it comes to booking hotels online.
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