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Hotel in Rome Castro Pretorio, a charming, safe, historic district… a crossroads of roads and destinies just a few steps from Termini Station.

The Rione Castro Pretorio takes its name from the barracks built by the Emperor Tiberius and reserved for the special corps of praetorians. Today this area is full of important tourist attractions such as Porta Pia, Via XX Settembre and the spectacular Piazza della Repubblica with the Basilica of Santa Maria degli Angeli and the wonderful fountain of the Naiads.

Discover on the map all the sights to explore within walking distance of the Hotel Alpi!

Hotel Alpi Roma
Via Castelfidardo, 84 – Rome Italy
P: (+39) 06 444 1235
E: info@hotelalpi.com

National Gallery of Modern Art

The National Gallery of Modern and Contemporary Art (GNAM) presents the largest collection of contemporary Italian art. It possesses over 4 400 works of painting and sculpture and about 13 000 drawings and prints by artists – mainly Italian – of the 19th and 20th centuries.

In its 55 rooms it is possible to see the masterpieces of the collection, some 1 100 works. It is the only national museum devoted entirely to modern art.

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Villa Borghese

The Villa Borghese Park, one of the largest in Rome, is bordered by no less than nine entrances that allow access from the city’s central districts.

Villa Borghese houses numerous neoclassical and 19th-century buildings. The Villa Borghese Park occupies a vast area in the heart of the city and offers various leisure activities.

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Alexandria Square Regional Market

A unique place to taste the daily life of Rome.

The Mercato Rionale di Piazza Alessandria is one of Rome’s historic markets, along with those of Testaccio, Via Cola di Rienzo and Villa Borghese.

It takes place in the vicinity of what was once the Peroni Beer factory in the early 20th century, an Art Nouveau building with a characteristic turret.

The stalls selling fruit and vegetables, fish, local meat and various pizzerias are traditional.

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Porta Pia

Porta Pia is one of Michelangelo Buonarroti’s last works. It is best known for the Risorgimento episode known as the Taking of Rome, which took place on 20 September 1870 and marked the return of Rome to Italy.

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Via Veneto

Initially, like other streets in the district, it was dedicated to the Italian region. After the First World War, its name was changed to commemorate the Battle of Vittorio Veneto.

At the beginning, near Piazza Barberini, are the oldest monuments: the Fountain of the Bees and the Church of Santa Maria Immacolata.

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National Library

The Biblioteca Nazionale Centrale di Roma is one of the two Italian state libraries whose main task is to collect and preserve all Italian publications.

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Basilica - Santa Maria degli Angeli

S. Maria degli Angeli e dei Martiri at the Baths in Rome is the last grandiose architectural project of Michelangelo’s genius, a monument of history, faith, art and science.

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Piazza della Repubblica

Piazza della Repubblica is located a few hundred metres from Termini station and was formerly the site of the huge Baths of Diocletian, whose surviving exedra gave the square its first name.

In the centre stands a large fountain named after the four Naiads, or water nymphs, that decorate its sides. The Basilica of Santa Maria degli Angeli overlooks the square and one of the city’s main streets, Via Nazionale, begins from the square.

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The Palazzo del Quirinale overlooks the piazza of the same name and is the official residence of the President of the Italian Republic and one of the symbols of the Italian state.

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Baths of Diocletian

The Baths of Diocletian are a monumental complex unique in the world for its size and exceptional state of preservation. They were built in only eight years between 298 and 306 AD.

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How to reach us

By plane

From Fiumicino Airport

Hotel Alpi is located 30 km from Fiumicino Airport (FCO) and 15 km from Ciampino Airport (CIA).

  • With the Leonardo Express train that takes 35 minutes to reach Termini Station (ticket cost: Euro 14.00)
  • With the Shuttle Bus Service to Termini Station Via Marsala (ticket cost: Euro 6.00)
  • By taxi in about 40 minutes.
  • From Ciampino Airport
  • With the Shuttle Bus Service to Piazza Indipendenza (ticket cost: Euro 6.00)
  • By taxi in about 35 minutes.

By Car

From the A1 motorway from Milan-Bologna-Florence take the Grande Raccordo Anulare – GRA exit No. 8 Via Salaria direction Roma Centro.

From the A1 motorway from Naples take the Grande Raccordo Anulare – GRA exit No. 13 Via Tiburtina towards Roma Centro.

From the A24 motorway from Pescara-Teramo-L’Aquila take the Tangenziale Est exit No. 14 towards Roma Centro – Stazione Tiburtina.

From the A12 motorway from Civitavecchia-Fiumicino take the Grande Raccordo Anulare – GRA exit N.13 Via Tiburtina towards Roma Centro.

By Train

The Hotel Alpi is located only 500 metres from Termini Station. On foot a pleasant 5-minute walk will take you to our Hotel, leaving the entrance on Via Marsala turn left and then right on Via Solferino to Piazza Indipendenza, then turn on the third street on the left into Via Castelfidardo 84.

From Tiburtina Station (the nearest stop of the Italo high-speed train) you can reach our Hotel by taxi in about 10 minutes or by underground Line B direction Rebibbia stop Castro Pretorio, choose the exit on Via San Martino della Battaglia follow this road until Piazza Indipendenza then turn right into Via Castelfidardo 84.

Special requests

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