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Rome is one of those must-see destinations that every traveler must experience at least once in their lives. Not only is it Italy's largest city and its capital, as well as a UNESCO world heritage site, it was also the center of the Roman civilization, and to this day Roman ruins, from its famed Coliseum to its fascinating Forum, and from the mysterious Pantheon to the magnificent Roman baths, continue to stun and amaze travelers. It's also the site of several Renaissance wonders, such as the Trevi Fountain and St. Peter's Bascillica, making it home to some of the most beautiful artwork and architecture in Europe, and, indeed, the world. And while real estate is at a premium in this fabled city, making hotels relatively expensive, there are, thankfully, a plethora of Rome vacation rentals available for travelers to choose from.
Like Paris vacation rentals , rentals in Rome are a fantastic way of saving money in a city that is known for being pricey. Many, hotels, in fact, cater to the luxury segment, however even in a luxury hotel, the real estate market in Rome is such that the hotel room will almost necessarily be small. Rome vacation rentals, though, tend to be much larger, offering travelers the sort of space that they would not otherwise get. Also, many can be found within the city centre itself, although a great deal are also located in the city's suburbs and more quiet neighborhoods as well, giving travelers a unique opportunity to, as the clichÃ© goes, do as the Romans do.
Renting a car is not necessary if you're visiting Rome, as the city itself is very pedestrian-friendly and is obviously linked via rail, air, and bus to other Italian and European cities. Driving and parking in Rome can also be very difficult, which is why it is advisable for travelers to either use taxis or busses to get around the city itself. But, the vast majority of your time will be spent traveling on foot, as nearly every corner of Rome, especially in its centre, features some sort of point of interest, so get your camera ready!