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Aventine is Rome’s best kept secret, a tranquil residential neighbourhood, hiding atop an ancient hill.
With its cafes, boutiques, and people watching, Campo Marzio is Rome at its daytime best: the most central of the centre neighbourhoods, appealing to both locals and visitors.
The 21st century centre of Rome and a hub of everything from politics and fashion to sightseeing and cafes.
One of Rome's more modern neighbourhoods, this great melting pot merges all cultures here.
Cutting-edge architecture meets contemporary culture in 21st century Rome.
A quiet little pocket in the middle of Rome that has managed to avoid the commercialization of the city and maintain its last century traditions.
Ludovisi / Via Veneto
More businessy with a little bit of residual dolce vita, the heart of the hotel scene.
Green acres up on the hill, Monteverde is a paradise for those needing a bit of respite from the craze of the city centre.
Rome's rebellious neighbourhood, just close enough to the centre to be part of all the chaos and autonomous enough to feel like a little island in the midst of a crazy city.
Navona / Pantheon / Campo de’ Fiori
Pretty as a picture, here's a trifecta of Rome's best-known, best-loved - and most-visited - piazzas.
You're out of the centre and in Rome's "real" residential neighbourhoods, where the city's young and well-to-do flock.
Piazza Venezia / Ancient City
Rome's open-air museum, nothing quite captures the essence of the Eternal City more than standing in the middle of Piazza Venezia with Rome, ancient and contemporary, surrounding you.
Wide boulevards, organised streets: welcome to Prati, a calm shopping haven just across the river.
This working class neighbourhood may not be too pretty on the eyes, but it's on the rise as Rome's next It neighbourhood, a mecca for students, artists, and intellectuals.
Just far enough from the centre to be on its own but close enough to be part of the scene, Testaccio holds court as the place for Saturday night fever.
Beloved Trastevere is always a favourite for its faded charm and medieval hamlet vibe. By night, it's a tourist magnet.
Plenty of souvenir pickings and lots of foot traffic as everyone vies for a little bit of the Trevi Fountain.
Vatican / Borgo
A holy, historic neighbourhood and busy tourist area, with a very quaint medieval vibe.