The centre of Rome is home to some astounding buildings, monuments, hotels and restaurants. But though there is much to do and see in the heart of the city, there are also many fascinating attractions to visit a little further out of the centre.
Visit Attractions on the Outskirts of Rome
The Catacombs of St. Callixtus are a great day-trip destination for travellers seeking a spooky underground tour of the city, while sports fans will find plenty to keep them busy at sports stadiums Stadio Flaminio or Stadio Olimpico, both north of the centre. Another superb spot is the Museum of Roman Civilization, easily accessed on the metro, and close to other attractions such as the PalaLottomatica stadium.
Find Accommodation Near to the Museum of Roman Civilization
If you’re keen to check out the Museum of Roman Civilization, which is famous for its detailed scale models, or you simply want to see a different side of Italy's capital, consider booking a hotel in this area of Rome. With a main train station and several metro stops in the area, as well as a range of restaurants and bars, it’s an excellent part of the city to stay in. Browse hotels in this area using the Expedia search tool.