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Vaticano Julia Luxury Rooms is an ideal starting point to explore the city, for all tastes and travel neeeds.

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Vaticano Julia Luxury Rooms
Via della Giuliana 113, Roma, Lazio, Italia
+39 3937049324


Moving around

Vatican Julia Luxury Rooms is located on the fifth floor of a building dating back to the 50’s, in Vatican City /Prati-Delle Vittorie neighborhood, within walking distance from the Vatican Museums , San Pietro , Castel S. Angelo and the quaint district of Borgo Pio . The A line metro stations Ottaviano / Lepanto, 900m from the hotel, takes you to Spanish Steps, Colosseum, Trevi Fountain and Gallery Borghese.
Buses 70 and 23 stop just in front of our building and have direct links toPiazza Navona, Largo Argentina, Venice Square, and the Imperial Forum.


Let’s go shopping

Close to Vatican City, between Via Ottaviano and Via Cola di Rienzo, there is one of the most renowned shopping areas in Rome, also popular among residents. Here you will find shops to suit all tastes, from Castroni’s gastronomic delicacies to Gente and Celin B. designer labels, from teen fashion brands like Brandy Melville to Coin and Zara home decoration.


Sport at the Olympic Stadium

Coppa Italia, Golden Gala or Six Nations? If you are a sport fan you can’t miss out these  great events at Stadio Olimpico, only 15 minutes away from the hotel by bus 69.


Tennis Passion

If you’re a tennis enthusiast, you would enjoy attending International Tennis Championships. They  take place every May at Foro Italico – Stadio del Tennis, which is only a few minutes away from the hotel by bus 69.


Melomaniacs

Are you a devotee of music? Auditorium della Conciliazione and Parco della Musica are 
only a stone’s throw away, hosting major concert events, ranging from classical music to jazz, contemporary and pop.


Roman Tourism Official Website

Do you want to stay regularly informed about cultural events in Rome? Do you need any suggestion about itineraries or information on opening hours of museums and exhibitions? Check the Roman Tourism official website. You will also discover Romapass: a special card that enables tourists and residents to benefit from discounts and facilities in museum and sites, and free use of public transportation.


Eating and drinking around the corner
Romeo

Romeo is a bakery, wine shop and a specialist grocery, as well as a restaurant run by Michelin starred chef Cristina Bowerman. The mix of elements gives the place a real buzz.
via Silla 26
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Settembrini

Settembrini is a bar, a tea room, a special setting for aperitivo, a refined restaurant, a book-shop with an open plan kitchen on the other side of the road, a literary cafè in Rome’s historic town centre. The end result of this mix is a fashionable, contemporary, young and dinamic setting flavoured by a charming atmosphere. WI-FI is free.
Settembrini
via Luigi Settembrini, 19/27
Settembrini Libri&Cucina
piazza Martiri di Belfiore, 12
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Bonci

Gabriele Bonci is one of the most famous bakers in Rome. Here you will fin any kind of sourdough bread and pizza. Take away only.
Via Trionfale 36
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Last but not least, two family-run “trattorias” we strongly recommend you!
Alla Bucaniera (0,1 km)

Via Emilio Faà di Bruno, 54, 00195 Roma
06 3973 0512

or

Bibi e Romeo da Alfonso (0 km)

Via della Giuliana, 87, 00195 Roma RM
06 3973 5650
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