Holidays to Agios Sostis (Zante)
While Rome can be overwhelming busy and pricey, a trip to the fascinating, ancient and cosmopolitan city needn't be confined to the central zone. Choosing to stay in the Eastern Suburbs offers a quiet recluse within a conveniently close distance to Termini station, major classical sights and city beaches. Ideal for those seeking a budget friendly alternative, save the spending for Rome's fine choice of foods, wines and cultural attractions.
Golden sand, turquoise water and buzzing seafood restaurants await you an hour's train ride south of Rome from Termini.
A popular bathing resort since the Roman Empire, culture vultures will enjoy the small town here, an hour north of Rome.
See the iconic gladiatorial Colosseum built of concrete and sand, the world's largest amphitheatre erected in AD 72.
It's custom to throw a coin and make a wish at Rome's largest and most famous Baroque fountain designed by Nicola Salvi.
Learn to cook authentic dishes at one of the city's cookery schools hosting regular day classes and local market trips.
Give your feet a break from walking the streets and hop on a Segway tour to see the city a different way.
Pizza is a firm favourite but Pizza Bianca, a white, light and fluffy focaccia style pizza is a delicious alternative.
Whether it's salted cod, zucchini or risotto balls, Rome masters fried food, covering foods in light and crispy batter.
Away from the hustle and bustle of Rome's city centre, the Eastern Suburbs are a good place to relax after a busy day.
Head to nearby restaurants or establishments to enjoy an evening of suburban Italian hospitality in a relaxed setting.
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