comscore

Serendipity Residence

Viale Castro Pretorio 25, 00185 Rome, Italy
3.5
4 reviews

It's an economic b&b very close to Termini station. Reccomend for people who need to move without a car. The hotel is inside a big, old palace with an iron gate. You have to follow the indications for the hall. The rooms are on different floors and also in different parts of the structure. So after the chek in you ...

Popular withDesignLocalBudget
Find hotels nearby:

Things to do near Serendipity Residence

Tribes
Filter by
Tribes
Sort By
Popularity - Overall
Grid ViewList View
371 Results
  • 41
    0.66 mi

    Druid's Den

    0.66 mi from Serendipity Residence
    4
    1 review

    Great Irish pub in Rome (I know, right?). Small but homey and friendly. Good drinks, great live music on the weekends and Tony's a hoot behind the bar. Staff is multilingual (English, Italian, German, etc.) so come for a true international experience.

    Popular withAdventure
  • 42
    0.98 mi

    White

    0.98 mi from Serendipity Residence
    4
    1 review

    A great venue for late night dancing in Rome. Very chic, pricey drinks, but very strong!

    Popular withAdventure
  • 43
    0.29 mi

    Julius Ceasar Pub

    0.29 mi from Serendipity Residence
    4
    1 review

    This is actually a pretty chill, laid back bar. I'm only speaking of the bar area, not the B&B. They make really good kamikazee's, or any mixed drink rather. That's more their specialty than beer. It's darkly lit, and not too loud, but not quiet enough that you hear aeveryone else. There's no dancing, but there is light music playing. ...

    Popular withNightlifeLocalTrendsters
  • 44
    0.96 mi

    Santa Maria della Concezione

    0.96 mi from Serendipity Residence
    4
    1 review

    The museum is larger than you'd expect...room after room of paintings, antiques, historical narrative, and religious attire. There's a surprising amount of relics of saints as well, though the biggest draw here is probably the crypt...it isn't actually underground, and it's smaller than expected, but it's striking. Beautiful and shocking, it's completely decorated with the skeletal remains of monks long ...

    Popular withHistoryBudget
  • 45
    0.61 mi

    Teatro Dell'Opera Di Roma

    0.61 mi from Serendipity Residence
    4
    1 review

    Used mainly for opera and ballet performances, the Teatro dell’Opera is also known, albeit to a less degree, as the Constanzi Theatre after the contractor who built it, Domenico Costanzi. Neo-Renaissance in design, the theatre was opened on 27th November 1880 with a performance of Semiramide by Gioachino Rossini, conducted by Giovanni Rossi, which was attended by the Italian royal ...

  • 46
    0.69 mi

    Church of Saint Susanna at the Baths of Diocletian

    0.69 mi from Serendipity Residence
    4
    1 review

    Santa Susanna is an English speaking church and the home of the American Catholic Church in Rome. Not only is this a place of worship, it is also a font of information for Americans visiting Rome.The church is easy to reach by bus or train. Metro station Repubblica is near by. This is a historic building with frescos telling the ...

    Popular withLocalSpiritualBudget
  • 47
    0.61 mi

    Opera House

    0.61 mi from Serendipity Residence
    3
    2 reviews

    Rome's Teatro dell'Opera is a lovely opera house. I wish I could say the same for the art here. The last thing I saw was a tribute to Diaghilev's Ballets Russes. The sets were gorgeous, the dancing less so. The 80 year old Carla Fracci took it upon herself to play the sexy nymph in Nijinsky's Afternoon of a Faun. ...

    Popular withLocalBackpackersLuxury
  • 48
    0.98 mi

    Il Giardino del Te

    0.98 mi from Serendipity Residence
    3
    1 review

    If you are wondering in Rione Monti you could stop in this shop. It sells a wide choice of different coffees, flavored in many different ways - nuts, vanilla, chocolate..... There is also a wide choice of teas.

  • 49
    1.15 mi

    Colosseum

    1.15 mi from Serendipity Residence
    4.5
    514 reviews

    We've visited the Colosseum and Roman forums with Context Travel docents. Highly recommend them. Having someone explain the history and purpose of the ruins adds so much to appreciating the sights.

    Popular withHistoryLocalFamilies
  • 50
    1.22 mi

    Trevi Fountain

    1.22 mi from Serendipity Residence
    4.5
    402 reviews

    I like this fountain. It looks a lot like a lot of other fountains, but somehow it's still remarkable.

    Popular withHistoryDesignLocal
  • 51
    1.58 mi

    Pantheon

    1.58 mi from Serendipity Residence
    4.5
    238 reviews

    The pantheon is beautiful and a feat of engineering. It's also small (relative to the other attractions of Rome). It's absolutely worth visiting (admission is free), but don't force yourself to spend an hour there because you think you should.

    Popular withHistoryDesignLocal
  • 52
    1.77 mi

    Piazza Navona

    1.77 mi from Serendipity Residence
    4.5
    190 reviews

    Piazza Navona is full of tourists during the holiday season. The square is converted into a seasonal fair around this time. Think holiday treats, ornaments, knick-knacks, paintings, street performers and gypsies. Beware of pick-pockets! The theme is the Feast of Epiphany and features the Epiphany witch which is a version of Father Christmas in Italy. Piazza Navona has long been ...

    Popular withDesignHistoryLocal
  • 53
    2.76 mi

    St Peter's Basilica

    2.76 mi from Serendipity Residence
    4.5
    165 reviews

    It doesn't get grander or more meaningful than this. You must visit if you're in the area. Come early to beat the crowds and make sure you have enough space and battery power in your camera because you'll be taking pictures of everything here!

    Popular withHistoryDesignSpiritual
  • 54
    1.3 mi

    Roman Forum

    1.3 mi from Serendipity Residence
    4.5
    177 reviews

    Was once the centre of the world. You will see why immediately. Behold the grandeur that was Rome. And then have a coffee and people watch, which is what Romans do best.

    Popular withHistoryDesignLocal
  • 55
    1.1 mi

    Spanish Steps

    1.1 mi from Serendipity Residence
    4
    166 reviews

    Iconic location in Rome. A good starting or ending point it is in close proximity to a lot of other sights. A short walk to the Trevi Fountain as well as a ton of shops.

    Popular withLocalHistoryDesign
  • 56
    2.7 mi

    Vatican Museums

    2.7 mi from Serendipity Residence
    4.5
    119 reviews

    I was a religion major so this was Gold. I put on the headphones and much to my friend's dismay, I heard almost the entire tour of the museum. You walk through a muddled but rich history and inspiring architecture and art.

    Popular withHistoryDesignSpiritual
  • 57
    2.56 mi

    Saint Peter's Square

    2.56 mi from Serendipity Residence
    4.5
    125 reviews

    Imposing square in front of St Peter's Cathedral designed by Bernini, although apparently his full design was never implemented.

    Popular withHistoryLocalSpiritual
  • 58
    2.71 mi

    Sistine Chapel

    2.71 mi from Serendipity Residence
    4.5
    114 reviews

    The Sistine Chapel is one of Michelangelo's most renowned works, made infamous by the panel depicting God's creation of Adam. The gallery itself is larger than I expected and it is difficult to photograph, as they tend to herd in as many people as possible and then yell "NO PHOTO NO PHOTO" while everyone snaps away. It's another must see ...

    Popular withHistoryDesignLocal
  • 59
    1.11 mi

    Piazza di Spagna

    1.11 mi from Serendipity Residence
    4
    112 reviews

    Piazza di Spagna • Arts and Entertainment • Piazza di Spagna Romans know the staircase as the "Scalinata di Trinità dei Monti", but British visitors in the 18th century called it the Spanish Steps and the name stuck. In spring pots of azaleas line

    Popular withDesignHistoryFamilies
  • 60
    2.11 mi

    Trastevere

    2.11 mi from Serendipity Residence
    4.5
    85 reviews

    One of my favorite areas in Rome. Beautiful medieval streets, exciting twists and turns, great food. Sort of the Greenwich Village of Rome, with a lot of students now that John Cabot University has dug in. Plenty of good restaurants.

    Popular withLocalNightlifeFoodies
Pick Dates for Best Prices:Compare across Booking.com, Expedia.com, and many more
Bluespinner
Fetching recommendations for your next adventure ...