B&B Ad Maiora San Pietro Musei Vaticani Natale di Roma 2016

B&B Ad Maiora San Pietro Musei Vaticani Natale di Roma 2016

Fori imperiali led illumination, free museums and the inauguration of Triumphs and Laments, the great work done by Kentridge on the wall of the Lungotevere. Are just some of the initiatives put in place to celebrate Founding of Rome 2016 and announced by Commissioner Francesco Paolo Tronca.

The most significant moment will occur at dusk on April 21, when the Forum will again light up thanks to new lighting created by Acea with led lamps that is divided from the Arch of Titus to Septimius Severus light enveloping the Basilicas of Maxentius, Aemilia and Julia, the House of the Vestal Virgins, the Curia, the temples and the Church of Santa Maria Antiqua.

Return to original beauty the Orange garden, thanks to a Foundation run by restyling Sorgente Group. The traditional medal minted for the founding of Rome 2016 this year brings back the original document of the twinning Rome-Paris of 60 years ago, to which it is dedicated. One last initiative was announced today by Superintendent of cultural capitolinus, Claudio Parisi Presicce, concerns the Ara Pacis: thanks to an act of the Commissioner’s address Truncates, was issued a tender to build, starting from September, a project of valorization of Augustan monument through the use of augmented reality.

Ad Maiora!
It was the greeting used by the ancient Romans during a toast to wish “still great success” in life, love, work. It is also the wish to all of you who visit the site and that you will stay in this Bed & Breakfast, located on the first floor of an elegant and quiet building, with lift, in the center of Rome, in Prati-Vatican area, very strategic for those who want to visit Rome and for those who must stay not only for tourism. From B&B are near: Rai, Theaters , Auditorium della Musica, Courts, Corte dei Conti (URP), Universities (La Sapienza, Lumsa, Università Cattolica A. Gemelli, ecc), Hospitals ( Oftalmico, S. Spirito, Ospedale Pediatrico Bambino Gesù, San Carlo di Nancy, IDI, Gemelli), Private clinics ( San Giuseppe, Santa Rita da Cascia, Villa Stuart), Stadiums (Olimpico, Flaminio, Stadio dei Marmi). Vatican Museums , Via Ottaviano, Via Cola di Rienzo (for the shopping), Basilica of Saint Peter , Via della Conciliazione, Castel S. Angelo, Ponte S. Angelo, the historic center of Rome: Corso Vittorio Emanuele, Campo de’ Fiori, Piazza Navona, Largo Argentina, Phanteon.

Roma street art B&B admaiora Roma

Roma street art B&B admaiora Roma

 

Get a map of Street Art in Rome, for all lovers of the genre but also for those who begin to appreciate this contemporary and urban art.

The new guide, which includes the main works of street art in 13 of the 15 districts in the capital, touching 30 neighborhoods, from the central Testaccio peripheral ones like San Basilio and Tor Bella Monaca. The roman roads marked by this particular artistic expression are about 150 and over 330 works over the years. Only in the months of January and February were made 40 walls, due to the ban organized by the Office for the capital of culture and tourism.

Rome capital of archaeology, but also contemporary and urban art, like the large metropolises such as London, Paris, New York, Sao Paolo, Brazil. Surely the first Italian city to number of works and inflow of international artists such as Clemens Behr, Herbert Baglione, MOMO, but also Italians and especially Romans, as Hitnes, Alice Pasquini, Sten Lex, Agostino Iacurci, Jerico. The map you will use various tools such as an easy-to-use App, a section on an update that will allow turismoroma.it constantly works on the Google mapping Cultural Institute and a promotional video shot for this purpose.

Ad Maiora! It was the greeting used by the ancient Romans during a toast to wish “still great success” in life, love, work. It is also the wish to all of you who visit the site and that you will stay in this Bed & Breakfast, located on the first floor of an elegant and quiet building, with lift, in the center of Rome, in Prati-Vatican area, very strategic for those who want to visit Rome and for those who must stay not only for tourism. From B&B are near: Rai, Theaters , Auditorium della Musica, Courts, Corte dei Conti (URP), Universities (La Sapienza, Lumsa, Università Cattolica A. Gemelli, ecc), Hospitals ( Oftalmico, S. Spirito, Ospedale Pediatrico Bambino Gesù, San Carlo di Nancy, IDI, Gemelli), Private clinics ( San Giuseppe, Santa Rita da Cascia, Villa Stuart), Stadiums (Olimpico, Flaminio, Stadio dei Marmi). Vatican Museums , Via Ottaviano, Via Cola di Rienzo (for the shopping), Basilica of Saint Peter , Via della Conciliazione, Castel S. Angelo, Ponte S. Angelo, the historic center of Rome: Corso Vittorio Emanuele, Campo de’ Fiori, Piazza Navona, Largo Argentina, Phanteon.

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Celebrate Valentine’s Day, in Rome with many original and romantic ideas to surprise your partner.

The B&B Ad Maiora for the occasion, offering all couples the opportunity of a romantic toast in your room, in absolute peace and extreme relaxation.

From 13 to 15 February 2015, stay of 2 nights, a bottle of sparkling wine in the room, breakfast € 120.

Rome offers to in love beautiful romantic places like TERRACE CAFFARELLI, the Capitol, with beautiful views to admire Rome at sunset and, if desired, sip an aperitif in the bar Capitoline.

Tour on a historic tram offering traveling dinner overlooking Rome by night, with background music and the eternal city parading out the window with a stop at the Colosseum (www. ristotram. it); for fans of jazz music: www. tramjazz. com.

Romantic dinner, with live music at the restaurant “Zodiac” with the better half, marveling at Rome from the top of the Park Mellini with one of the finest views on the eternal city (www. zodiacoroma. it).

 

 

Cleaning services bed and breakfast Ad Maiora Rome St. Peter Vatican Museums

Cleaning services bed and breakfast Ad Maiora Rome St. Peter Vatican Museums

Cleaning

The cleaning of the rooms and their private bathrooms are made every morning, from 10:00am onwards, with accuracy and using antibacterial products.

For long stays, linen change is done every three days.

At the hosts’ departure, the cleaning of the rooms is much more accurate.


Ad Maiora!
It was the greeting used by the ancient Romans during a toast to wish “still great success” in life, love, work. It is also the wish to all of you who visit the site and that you will stay in this Bed & Breakfast, located on the first floor of an elegant and quiet building, with lift, in the center of Rome, in Prati-Vatican area, very strategic for those who want to visit Rome and for those who must stay not only for tourism. From B&B are near: Rai, Theaters , Auditorium della Musica, Courts, Corte dei Conti (URP), Universities (La Sapienza, Lumsa, Università Cattolica A. Gemelli, ecc), Hospitals ( Oftalmico, S. Spirito, Ospedale Pediatrico Bambino Gesù, San Carlo di Nancy, IDI, Gemelli), Private clinics ( San Giuseppe, Santa Rita da Cascia, Villa Stuart), Stadiums (Olimpico, Flaminio, Stadio dei Marmi). Vatican Museums , Via Ottaviano, Via Cola di Rienzo (for the shopping), Basilica of Saint Peter , Via della Conciliazione, Castel S. Angelo, Ponte S. Angelo, the historic center of Rome: Corso Vittorio Emanuele, Campo de’ Fiori, Piazza Navona, Largo Argentina, Phanteon.

b&b Ad Maiora Rome St. Peter Vatican Museums rules

b&b Ad Maiora Rome St. Peter Vatican Museums rules

 

 

The B & B “AD Maiora” has a permit granted by the City Of Rome and therefore must follow and enforce the regulations on the B & B of the Lazio region.

Municipal license: QA/2014/13724 of 27/08/2014

This Regulation shall be deemed to have been accepted by ‘guest from arrival until departure.

Upon arrival are given the keys to the door of the building, the apartment and the room booked and every guest must present a valid ID as the legislation currently in force.

Each guest must take the utmost care of the keys and handed them back to the time of departure.

If you lose your keys, being that of a security door lock particular, will be charged EUR 50; the loss will be felt immediately the direction of the B & B.

Each guest has full responsibility for any offense under the Code of Civil and Criminal and for any damage caused to the structure and the furnishings in the rooms and public areas.

Management is not responsible for valuables left in the room.

Check in time is from 11.30 to 13.00; The check out is no later than 10:00 am.

In exceptional cases, upon request, the check in is possible at other times as agreed at the time of booking with the guest.

The breakfast provided by the B & B is included in the price; on request, surcharge may be provided breakfast for celiacs.

The room cleaning are carried out every morning from 10.00 onwards; The room must be free at 10.00 to allow you to perform the reordering and housekeeping accurately, otherwise it will be done the next day, if cleared by the  scheduled time.

The change of linen and towels will be changed every 3 days and at every change of guest.

Inside the B & B is absolutely NO SMOKING and NO you can bring animals of any kind.

There are no special restrictions to return; It is recommended, however, that the rules of good behavior right from ‘entry into the palace gate: SPEAK LOW VOICE, ALWAYS CLOSE THE DOOR ENTRY AND THE’ HOUSE, do not disturb the other guests during access in their rooms; in their room to keep down the tone of your voice and the TV.

The entrance of ‘apartment is equipped with a video surveillance system, which is managed and controlled exclusively by the management of the B & B. The movies can be viewed only by competent authorities.

At disposal of the ‘host for each request management wishes you a peaceful and relaxing stay.

 

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Contacts:

Telephone:  +39 3387209210 / +39 3498537655
E-mail: info@admaiorabb.com
Via Francesco Sivori 35, 00136 Roma
GPS coordinates: 41.905543, 12.446960

Near: METRO A CIPRO – MUSEI VATICANI

Click here to see the distances from the main points of interest

How to reach us

By car

You can park your car at “Autorimessa Fiore”, 20 mt from the B&B.

FROM G.R.A (GRANDE RACCORDO ANULARE): Exit N. 1 “Aurelia-Roma Centro”. Follow Aurelia Road until Piazza Irnerio, then take Baldo degli Ubaldi Road and proceed along this street to Angelo Emo Road. Turn at the second on the left to Ammiragli Road, then turn at the first street on the right. You will be on Francesco Sivori Road. Straight on to the street number 35 and you will be at the B & B.

By train

Underground from Termini Station:

Take Metro A towards Battistini station and get off at CIPRO stop. At the exit turn on the left, go up the stairs and from Cipro Street take the first on the left (Meloria Street). Straight on to Francesco Sivori Road and street number 35.

Bus from Termini Station:

40 or 64 from Piazza dei Cinquecento (in front of Termini Station). Get off at Largo di Torre Argentina stop and take 492 until the end of line (CIPRO, Metro A). from Cipro Street take the first on the left (Meloria Street). Straight on to Francesco Sivori Road and street number 35.

Underground from Tiburtina Station:

Take Metro B towards Laurentina and get off at Termini Station to exchange line. Then take Metro A towards Battistini and get off at CIPRO stop. At the exit turn on the left, go up the stairs and from Cipro Street take the first on the left (Meloria Street). Straight on to Francesco Sivori Road and street number 35.

Bus from Tiburtina Station:

490 from Piazzale della Stazione Tiburtina. Get off at the second stop of Angelo Emo Street. Walk towards Domenico Millelire Street, turn on the right to Francesco Sivori Road and straight on to street number 35.

Underground from Ostiense Station:

Follow instruction to Metro B from the platform. Go to Piramide stop by a subway and take the tube towards Rebibbia. Then get off at Termini Station. Take Metro A towards Battistini station and get off at CIPRO stop. At the exit turn on the right, go up the stairs and from Cipro Street take the first on the left (Meloria Street). Straight on to Francesco Sivori Road and street number 35.

Overground from Ostiense Station:

Take the regional railway F3 and get off at Valle Aurelia stop. Follow indications to Angelo Emo Street and straight on to Domenico Millelire Street (third on the left). Turn on the right to Francesco Sivori Street and straight on to street number 35.

Bus from Ostiense Station:

23 from Piazzale dei Partigiani towards Clodio (16 stops). Get off at Leone IV stop. Here you have two choices:

– Take 492 until the end of line (Cipro). from Cipro Street take the first on the left (Meloria Street). Straight on to Francesco Sivori Road and street number 35.

– Walk to Candia Street, go on to Angelo Emo Street until M. Bragadin Street (second on the right). Straight on to Francesco Sivori Street. Turn on the left until street number 35.

By plane

Public and private buses from “Leonardo da Vinci” Airport:

Check the site www.adr.it/pax-fco-autobus.

Trenitalia rail services:

Take the regional railway (www.adr.it/pax-fco-treno) to Termini Station. Take Metro A towards Battistini station and get off at CIPRO stop. At the exit turn on the right, go up the stairs and from Cipro Street take the first on the left (Meloria Street). Straight on to Francesco Sivori Road (second on the right) and street number 35.

Bus + underground from “Giovan Battista Pastine” Airport:

Take ATRAL bus (www.atral-lazio.com/it/ciampino) and get off at Metro A Anagnina Station. Take the underground and get off at CIPRO stop. At the exit turn on the right, go up the stairs and from Cipro Street take the first on the left (Meloria Street). Straight on to Francesco Sivori Road (second on the right) and street number 35.

Bus from “Giovan Battista Pastine” Airport:

Take ATRAL bus until Termini Station. Take 40 or 64 until Largo di Torre Argentina stop. Take 492 until the end of line (Cipro). Walk to Meloria Street until Francesco Sivori Road (second on the right) and street number 35.

For more details about public transport in Rome, please visit the links below:

Metropolitana

Atac Roma

Agenzia per la mobilità

Aeroporti di Roma:

Fiumicino

Ciampino


Ad Maiora!
It was the greeting used by the ancient Romans during a toast to wish “still great success” in life, love, work. It is also the wish to all of you who visit the site and that you will stay in this Bed & Breakfast, located on the first floor of an elegant and quiet building, with lift, in the center of Rome, in Prati-Vatican area, very strategic for those who want to visit Rome and for those who must stay not only for tourism. From B&B are near: Rai, Theaters , Auditorium della Musica, Courts, Corte dei Conti (URP), Universities (La Sapienza, Lumsa, Università Cattolica A. Gemelli, ecc), Hospitals ( Oftalmico, S. Spirito, Ospedale Pediatrico Bambino Gesù, San Carlo di Nancy, IDI, Gemelli), Private clinics ( San Giuseppe, Santa Rita da Cascia, Villa Stuart), Stadiums (Olimpico, Flaminio, Stadio dei Marmi). Vatican Museums , Via Ottaviano, Via Cola di Rienzo (for the shopping), Basilica of Saint Peter , Via della Conciliazione, Castel S. Angelo, Ponte S. Angelo, the historic center of Rome: Corso Vittorio Emanuele, Campo de’ Fiori, Piazza Navona, Largo Argentina, Phanteon.

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Via Condotti (officially Via dei Condotti) is a busy and fashionable street of RomeItaly. In Roman times it was one of the streets that crossed the ancient Via Flaminia and enabled people who transversed the Tiber to reach the Pincio hill. It begins at the foot of the Spanish steps and is named after conduits or channels which carried water to the Baths of Agrippa. Today, it is the street which contains the greatest number of Rome-based Italian fashion retailers, equivalent to Milan‘s Via Montenapoleone,Paris‘ Rue du Faubourg-Saint-HonoréFlorence‘s Via de’ Tornabuoni or London‘sBond Street.

 

 

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he Mausoleum of Hadrian, usually known as Castel Sant’Angelo (English: Castle of the Holy Angel), is a towering cylindrical building in Parco AdrianoRome, Italy. It was initially commissioned by the Roman Emperor Hadrian as a mausoleum for himself and his family. The building was later used by the popes as a fortress and castle, and is now a museum. The Castel was once the tallest building in Rome.

 

 

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colosseo

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Porta Portese is an ancient city gate, located at the end of Via Portuense, where it meets Via Porta Portese, about a block from the banks of the Tiber in the southern edge of the Rione Trastavere of RomeItaly.

The gate was built in 1644 as part of the Janiculum Walls which replaced the Porta Portuensis. The gate and walls were built by Vincenzo Maculani; commissioned by Pope Urban VIII. Just outside the gate, a large arsenal was erected by Clement XI starting from 1714.

Until the late 19th century, the Ripa Grande port (then the main river port of the city) was located nearby. The Via Portuense starts from it, which originally connected the city to Portus.

A popular flea market is held every Sunday in the area of Porta Portese.

 

 

trastevere

Trastevere is the 13th rione of Rome, on the west bank of the Tiber, south of Vatican City. Its name comes from the Latin trans Tiberim, meaning literally “beyond the Tiber”. The correct pronunciation is [trasˈteːvere], with the accent on the second syllable. Its logo is a golden head of a lion on a red background, the meaning of which is uncertain. To the north, Trastevere borders on to the XIV rione,Borgo.

 

In the “Municipio” there are a lot of green areas, the principal are: the Natural Reserve of the Insugherata, the urban Regional Park of the Pineto, the Natural Monument “Quarto degli Ebrei – Tenuta di Mazzalupetto”.

There are the Agostino Gemelli Hospital and the San Filippo Neri Hospital, two of the most important hospitals in Rome.

 

 

The Agostino Gemelli Teaching Hospital (ItalianPoliclinico Universitario Agostino Gemelli) is a large general hospital of 1,850 beds in Rome, Italy. It serves as the teaching hospital for the medical school of the Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore (the largest privately owned university in Italy, founded in 1921 in Milan), and owes its name to the university founder, the Franciscan friar, physician and psychologistAgostino Gemelli.

 


Ad Maiora!
It was the greeting used by the ancient Romans during a toast to wish “still great success” in life, love, work. It is also the wish to all of you who visit the site and that you will stay in this Bed & Breakfast, located on the first floor of an elegant and quiet building, with lift, in the center of Rome, in Prati-Vatican area, very strategic for those who want to visit Rome and for those who must stay not only for tourism. From B&B are near: Rai, Theaters , Auditorium della Musica, Courts, Corte dei Conti (URP), Universities (La Sapienza, Lumsa, Università Cattolica A. Gemelli, ecc), Hospitals ( Oftalmico, S. Spirito, Ospedale Pediatrico Bambino Gesù, San Carlo di Nancy, IDI, Gemelli), Private clinics ( San Giuseppe, Santa Rita da Cascia, Villa Stuart), Stadiums (Olimpico, Flaminio, Stadio dei Marmi). Vatican Museums , Via Ottaviano, Via Cola di Rienzo (for the shopping), Basilica of Saint Peter , Via della Conciliazione, Castel S. Angelo, Ponte S. Angelo, the historic center of Rome: Corso Vittorio Emanuele, Campo de’ Fiori, Piazza Navona, Largo Argentina, Phanteon.