Rhome ... your home in Rome

Rhome studio apartment offers you the opportunity to spend a lovely stay in Rome, feeling at home and enjoying the charm of the Eternal City in all seasons.

From the studio you can reach all the main attractions of the city just in a few minutes ...

St. Peter's Square, welcomes millions of tourists devoted to the Sacred Liturgy and the Holy Father, that every year come on pilgrimage to attend celebrations and audiences in the Vatican. The Basilica of St. Peter, still one of the largest and most important churches in the world, was built around 320 by the Emperor Constantine in the place where, according to the tradition, was buried the apostle Peter. The dome designed by Michelangelo astounds in size and harmony. Among the many works of art not to be missed there is the Pietà by Michelangelo, which is incredible for technique and emotion.
The Vatican Museums are just a few steps from the Basilica and gather one of the largest art collections in the world, accumulated over the centuries by the Popes. The Sistine Chapel and the papal apartments are part of the works that visitors can enjoy in their path.

Piazza del Popolo, on a walking distance from the studios, is one of the most famous places in Rome where you can admire Porta del Popolo, the Obelisk located in the centre of the square. It was built back in 1230 BC at the time of the pharaohs, and it's more than 24 m high. The Basilica of Santa Maria del Popolo is home to some of the most important Caravaggio's paintings, many frescoes by Pinturicchio, as well as sculptures by Bramante, Raffaello Sanzio, Bernini and Bregno. The twin churches built in 1600 symbolize the two poles of the trident formed by Via del Babbuino, Via del Corso and Via Ripetta.

Starting from here, you will be directly immersed in the maze of streets of the city centre as a Via Frattina and Via Condotti, which are famous for the high fashion shops: Bulgari, Fendi, Gucci, miu miu, Prada, Louis Vuitton, Dior, Hermes, Ferragamo, Burberry, D&G, Cartier and Valentino.
Along Piazza Navona you can see the three most beautiful fountains of Rome: The Fountain of Neptune, the Fountain of the Moor and the Fountain of the Four Rivers. But Piazza Navona is also famous for its architectural buildings, such as churches, medieval towers, Renaissance and Baroque buildings.

The Pantheon, the "Temple of all the gods," is the most impressive and best preserved of the monuments of ancient Rome.
The location of the Pantheon is not random, but legendary. In fact, it is said that right in the point where it is built, Romulus, at the point of death, was seized by an eagle and taken to heaven among the gods. It was rebuilt in its present form by the Emperor Hadrian.
One of the symbols of Rome, of international fame, is the Colosseum. Also known as the Flavian Amphitheatre, it is located in the centre of the Eternal City. The Colosseum was listed as a World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 1980. Since 2007 he is also part of the Seven Wonders of the World.

On the other side of the river is the most contemporary part of the city, including among the major sites of interest: the bridge of music and Renzo Piano's Auditorium, which hosts the most important musical events in the capital.

The MAXXI National Museum of XXI Century Arts, designed by Zaha Hadid. The GNAM, gallery of modern and contemporary art in Rome, contains priceless works of artists and milestones in the history of Italian and European art.

For lovers of sport and architecture, a visit at the Stadio dei Marmi is a must. Still unsurpassed for its refined beauty, it was wanted by Renato Ricci and contains dozens of statues in Greek style carved by young artists from all Italian regions. Another one is The Olympic Stadium by Nervi, which hosts all major football matches.