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When in Rome…

What to do when visiting our city!

If this is your first visit to the Eternal City, or if you’ve been our guest before… there’s always something going on in Rome.

Whether it’s seeing Rome in 2 days, or a guided sightseeing trip – or perhaps even tickets for a special performance, the one thing you won’t be in Rome is bored!

Below are some recommendations that may help you in planning your trip to our beautiful and historic city of Rome.

If you see an event you like, check to see what rooms are available at The Hotel Sonya. Our central location is the perfect starting point for all your Roman explorations.

If you have any questions about the events listed – just contact us! We’ll be delighted in answering any of your inquiries.


Rome in two days

You have very little time and you don't want to miss out the main attractions in Rome?

imperial fora

What to see - Imperial Fora, Colosseum

Nestled in a valley surrounded by the Palatine, Campidoglio and Esquilino hills, in ancient times this was swampy and inhospitable area; once reclaimed, however, it became a flourishing commercial district as well as a zone reserved for public events such as the elections of magistrates, religious ceremonies and court trials [+]


What to see - Spanish Steps, Venice Square

This is one of the richest districts of Rome containing the headquarters of the famous houses of international high fashion. From the artistic point of view it offerssplendid Baroque and Renaissance masterpieces that decorate the churches and the various eighteenth century buildings. [+]


Rome sightseeing tours

when an unknown printer took a galley of type and scrambled it to make a type specimen book It has survived not only five centuries, but also the leap into electronic typesetting, remaining essentially unchanged. It was popularised in the 1960s with the release of Letraset sheets [+]