Rome is not the typical European capital or the most cosmopolitan of Italian cities. However, few focus to the large number of visitors to this and struggling to push through its samples of Western history. In the city of seven hills buildings coexist with Roman and Renaissance art thin-crust pizza and Italian Language turns twenty-first century. A mixture seems very attractive for tourists' guide-earpiece "not differ from well-known high or low season high investment that will do between walking and hiking. Rome offers more possibilities than the routes that mark the holiday packages tailored to the Romans themselves a medium / high level of life. Secondary roads are plentiful and not difficult to find them if we chose the alternative route "official." Since the arrival we can take the bus or commuter rail instead of reaching the city by taxi (about 30 from A. Ciampino) or the Leonardo Express train (11 from A.
Fuimicino). Once there, the biggest expense is usually the accommodation and, if we choose, the biggest savings. The most central most expensive and luxurious, and if the intention is only to have a place to sleep is the best thing to focus on the ratio between Via Cavour and Termini central train station. Just a couple of stops away by metro from the tourist spots for prices to drop and emerging options. The ("Ostello" in Italian) is the best alternative, jovial and economic, if not mind sharing a bathroom and bedroom. Other alternatives are very inexpensive religious houses for pilgrims, or campsites for the more adventurous.