Rome Travel Coverage
In Busy Rome, a Hotel That’s an Oasis
The NH Collection Palazzo Cinquecento is comfortable and calm — and close to the bustling Termini Station. But cost-cutting measures are noticeable.
By ADAM H. GRAHAM
- June 1, 2017 Where I Live
My Rome: Still a Classic Beauty
By JASON HOROWITZ
Returning to the city where he once lived, the writer learns to embrace the changes, not all of them pretty.
In Rome, Using ‘Roman Holiday’ as a Guide
By KAREN STABINER
The film “Roman Holiday” is essentially a coming-of-age story about a princess and a reporter. It’s also a great tour guide for your visit to Rome.
From Milan to Rome, Bikes and Beer
By DIANE DANIEL
A new Seven Day Italian Passion Tour debuts April 19, with a second departure on Oct. 4 and will visit at least five of the country’s breweries.
When in Rome, Learn to Cook Italian
By TARAS GRESCOE
If you go to Rome to dine, you’re getting only a taste of Italian culture. For a full immersion, you’ve got to make some pasta and traditional sauces yourself.
In Rome, Industrial Ruins Take On a Colorful New Profile
New businesses, cultural spaces and an Eataly Italian food emporium have injected the Ostiense district with life.
36 Hours in Rome
By INGRID K. WILLIAMS
Early spring in the Eternal City means few crowds at its magnificent museums, convivial cafes and ancient sites.
Roman Architecture, Beyond the Colosseum
Contemporary structures, from museums to stadiums to churches, in the city’s outskirts.
Hotel Review: D.O.M. Hotel in Rome
This boutique property, opened late last year, offers a superb location and a good value for a five-star hotel.
Investing in Fantasy to Save a Fraying Reality
By ELISABETTA POVOLEDO
Cinecittà World, a theme park inspired by the Cinecittà film studio’s golden era, will open this week in Rome, while the real studio experiences financial struggles.
In Rome, an Enclave of Cool
By SHEILA MARIKAR
The Pigneto area feels far removed from the eternal city’s tourist herds and ancient ruins.