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Via XX Settembre, Rome

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  • Saying that begins at the intersection of the 4 fountains, passing through Piazza San Bernardo and ends at Porta Pia, you could have said it all! ;) The crossing of the 4 Fountains is really a "must" for anyone wanting to discover the "heart" of Rome: a special place! In Piazza San Bernardo, on the side of the fountain of the Acqua Felice, if you look carefully (but not too much: the thing to me seemed obvious!) we see that the way was created by "cutting" the palaces: I find it really nice. Finally Door Pia...si must say that "here is gone", at least in Italy!
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  • We crossed this road quite a few times while going to Colleseum, Trastevere, Campo de Fiori, etc from our hotel located at Via Venti Settembre. The road has at least two small gardens where you can re...  more »
  • Street 20-th of September one of the most important for the planning of routes around Rome. Starts from Piazza San Bernardo (where you can explore the nearby church of Santa Maria della Vittoria and the fountain of Moses), continues until 4 square's fountains. Further you can collapse on the street 4-s fountains to Piazza Barberini or go further, but already the street Quirinale (before the Presidential Palace, the building of Castor and Pollux fountain and Consulta). The street itself 20 September plain and not too remarkable. I would have considered it extremely functionally to get from point a to point b and something to see along the way.
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  • Weak wifi, broken showerhead and the establishment offers luggage storage after checkout but doesn't follow through causing you to have to spend a day in Rome with your luggage.
  • It was terrible. The floor was very dirty. During our stay she moved us to another hotel, which quality was really bad. She was really impolite. Moreover the first day our room was opened while we were outside. Really bad experience! Choose another bnb
  • Close to the Center, 30 minutes walk to the Coliseum, near Termini station-10 minutes by foot, just near the Metro, on 3 different branches and an interchange, before all around 10 minutes on foot. Quiet area. Near the hotel there are several good and inexpensive breakfast café, but no breakfast in the hotel. Not very clean rooms, hotel Stary, small, residential entrance on 4-5 floors. Reception is closed most of the time, is open only in the morning or on arrival. Very good views of the street of the 20th of September, some of the rooms. Bad sound insulation, highly audible passing cars and neighbors, lifting doors.
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  • Large, clean rooms, efficient and professional service. Located in the Centre of Rome is easy to reach and well connected.
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  • Poor
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