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Rome city breaks | Tours & Attractions

There are multiple Romes! There is the framed a mythical city found by Romulus and Remus, twins brought up by She-Wolf; The Rome of the legions who took control of the world stretching from Constantinople in the East to Persia and Jerusalem and Syria, most of North Africa, mainland Europe from the Atlantic to the Urals and North into Britain. This Rome carries great traditions of legislation, order and road building. Some people even wish they got to Ireland!!

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We have a full selection of Rome hotels on offer for you to choose from, including...

3* Kennedy Hotel

  • Located just in the centre of Rome, near the Termini rail station.
  • Some of the hotels nearby attractions are the Basilica of St. Maria Maggiore and the shopping district Via Nazional. Pretty much all of Romes main attractions are a walk-away from this hotel such as The Colosseum, The Roman Forum, The Spanish Steps and the Trevi Fountain.
  • Included: air-con, TV, trouser press and hairdryer

4* Quirinale Hotel

  • Located in central Rome, close by the Rome Opera House on the famous Via Nazionle.
  • This hotel is also situated between Piazza Republica, The Piazza Venezia and the Trevi Fountain.
  • Included: air-con, hairdryer, TV, mini-bar

Tips, Trips & Tours – Ask Us For Tickets and More Choices

Rome is actually one of our favourite tours, imagine a guided half day tour, taking in all the beautiful sites, art and architecture of this breath taking city.

When turning the corners of Rome, you’ll always be amazed at what you see. We recommend a visit to the Vatican Museum – tickets are available.

Discover Italy on the day tour to Naples and Pompeii – (lunch included) and see the historical excavations of the city of Pompeii, which was completely destroyed by the volcanic eruption of MT Vesuvius in 79AD.