Location & Contacts
The Inn at The Roman Forum

In the Ancient Rome

next to the old church of Saints Quirico and Giulitta, with its unmistakable Romanesque bell tower, The Inn At The Roman Forum is in a wonderful position to discover the historical Rome of the ancient splendor, and the elegant and modern one, boutiques and shopping.

From here you can start a suggestive journey along the Via dei Fori Imperiali, right in front of the structure, through the history of the ancient city: from Julius Caesar to Constantine, from the Colosseum to the Trajan's Column. In a monumental succession you can admire: the Forum of Julius Caesar, the first after that of the republican age; then those of Trajan, Augustus and Nerva. At the ascent of the Grillo there are the Trajan's Markets, with a singular exedra structure.


In the heart of
the Roman historical center

To the right of the Altare della Patria, stands the Trajan Column, a masterpiece of Roman sculpture. From here begins the Via dei Fori Imperiali: on the left the Forum of Augustus continues with the Forum of Nerva, unmistakable with the two grandiose columns called the Colonnacce. On the right, immediately beyond, the imposing vestiges of the Basilica of Maxentius or Constantine where justice was once administered and business dealt.

How to reach us by train:

From Termini central station, in five minutes, you can reach our structure with a metro stop, line B (Cavour stop) or by taxi.