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Stayed there 5nights for vacation. Exterior was disappointing but surprisingly the interior was fantastic. Simple, clean, new& well-equipped B&B. Toilet was clean...There's espresso machine& simple snacks for breakfast. Location not far from the Metro station..
Our 5 day stay was most enjoyable.
Gianni was very helpful and drove us to and from the town a few times each day as we had no car.
It is about 40 minutes walk to Levanto.
He found us good restaurants each night in...More
We stayed here for three nights in October 2010. Primarily chose it for the proximity to Stadio Olimipico for a U2 concert. But it is also close to the main centre too. There is a tram (the no.2) at the bottom of the street which...More
Have just returned from a 3 night stay at this B & B could not fault it in anyway .The room was ideal to return to after a very busy day seeing all the sights.The shower was hot and refreshing as we had 30 degree...More
Small lovely nit and clean B&B, close to the center of Rome.
Efficient and simpatico service by owner, Antonio.
Rates are very reasonable to what one gets.
3 couples of travelers from Israel visiting Rome will gladly choose Vignola again when be back to Rome....More
US$94 - US$120 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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The Flaminio area has been making a name for itself as a hub for contemporary architecture and art. Over the past decade, Flamino’s grassy knolls have seen the rise of cultural centres - amazing feats of architecture like the beautiful Ponte della Musica, the wavy contemporary art MAXXI Museum, and the futuristic Parco della Musica, a music complex where international names perform. Flaminio also has traces
of the 1960 Olympic Games with Palazzetto dello Sport and Villagio Olimpico, the athlete’s Olympic village turned residential housing. If culture means a ball and a foot, keep your eye on the prize: Rome’s famed Stadio Olimpico football stadium is just a short walk across a bridge.