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    Depends on what you mean by safest. Tell us more please? almost 8 years ago

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    I cannot tell you WHERE they are since it depends on where you are supposed to go. it could be the safest one, but if you have to cross a dangerous area in order to get there our suggestions will be useless. almost 8 years ago

    Answered by Costanza Maltese via Site_iconTravellr.com
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    We stayed at Hotel Principe Eugenio, close to main train station. Not sure if it was in a safe area - but we never had any problems almost 8 years ago

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    I would like to live and work in Rome for one month to improve my language skills. Is this a feasible idea? almost 8 years ago

    Answered by Nelly via Site_iconWorldNomads.com
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    We stayed Best Western Art Deco in Rome. Rooms were nice and big. over 7 years ago

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    Stayed at the Excelsior on Via Veneto. It was a nice area near the US embassy and within walking distance to Bernini Square, Spanish Steps and Trevi Fountain. Enjoy! over 7 years ago

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    Hotel Raffaello http://www.hotelraffaello.it/position-hotel-rome-colosseum via Urbana near Colosseum and historic centre over 7 years ago

    Answered by Tutto Viaggia via Site_iconTravellr.com
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    All of central Rome is relatively safe. There's a lot of pickpocketing in high tourist traffic areas (but the same is true of any tourist attraction).
    The "bad neighbourhoods" are - as in most cities - on the fringes and not places where tourists usually frequent.
    Read some pickpocketing safety tips before you go:
    Phil at the safety hub over 7 years ago

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    Hello there, everybody!!! I am Elena, Hotel Raffaello's concierge.

    ...I just entered this site and saw the conversation, I hope you don't mind my intervention. :)

    Just wanted to say that if you need further info about us, the zone we're in (700 m away from Termini, Rome's main station), and 1 km away from the Colosseum.
    Almost all the hot spots (besides the Vatican, where you can get in 10 minutes using the metro A, and there's a stop just 500 m away from Raffaello) are within walking distance, and ...just to clear one thing: as Phil said, the hystorical area of Rome is very safe, the only problem would be the pickpockets, but Wil sorted that out, as well :) ...
    However, if you want more info about us, you can visit our Facebook page, where we also give a lot of info about the Roman events, or where I also write articles about Rome's most famous and known hot spots, as well as Tripadvisor reviews... :)


    Have a bright and serene day, a blast of a summer, and...I hope we will be able, maybe, to meet even in person?! :)

    Elena over 7 years ago

    Answered by Elena, Hotel Raffaello via Site_iconWorldNomads.com

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