Thanks to the location of the Hotel Milo Rome right next to Termini Station, all of the city’s attractions, monuments and places of interest are easily reachable by metro, bus or tram. Ask our staff for maps and directions. Public transport in Rome is relatively cheap and buses to and from Termini even run through the night.
Piazza della Repubblica - 1 metro stop
Trevi Fountain - 2 metro stops
Colosseum & Roman Forum - 2 metro stops
Spanish Steps - 3 metro stops
St John’s Basilica - 3 metro stops
St Peter’s Basilica - 6 metro stops
Vatican Museums & Sistine Chapel - 7 metro stops
Rome’s vibrant student quarter is a leisurely stroll away, where you’ll find a true taste of Roman culture and great value for money in some of the best, if a little rustic, bars and restaurants in town. It’s perhaps not as pretty as the Spanish Steps but you’ll hear far less English and you won’t way a fortune for drinks.
Piazza della Repubblica
Featured in the 1953 classic movie Roman Holiday, this majestic piazza is home to arguably Rome’s most spectacular fountain, unless of course you count the Trevi Fountain, which is also not too far away!
Baths of Diocletian
Just moments from Termini and the Hotel Milo are the ruins of the greatest public baths in ancient Rome - one of the first ever structures to harness solar energy and today, one of the city’s most tranquil and serene inner city public areas.