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PLUS Camping Roma Via Aurelia, 831 (km 8,2) 00165, Rome, Italy
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Roma Camping in Town
Welcome to Roma Camping in Town. We provide better value for money and facilities than any other hostel in Rome. Our Camping is the closest campsite to Rome's historic centre and offers all types of accommodation to suit every budget, from shared house tents to private/shared cabins (twins and triples-quads and fives) with ensuite bathrooms – some even come with a fully equipped kitchenette. Our spacious two-bed tents include bed linen but not towels. Bathrooms are located outside the tent and were recently totally renovated. The twin private rooms are modern, ensuite cabins which can comfortably sleep two people. They feature their own shower and toilet, storage, bedding, towels, heading, air conditioning and electrical outlets. The four-bed and five-bed private rooms are spacious mobile homes, each with two rooms (one with twin beds and a bunk bed and one with a double bed) as well as a fully equipped kitchen, two bathrooms, air conditioning and heating, a fridge, bed linen, towels, storage and electrical outlets. It's a perfect accommodation to stay with your friends! If you prefer shared accommodation, the mixed ensuite dorms are modern cabins that sleep up to three people and have their own shower, toilet, storage, bedding, towels, heating, air conditioning and electrical outlets. What other budget hostel has facilities like ours? We’ve got regular theme parties, a swimming pool, BBQ area, Jacuzzis, a big-screen TV, super-friendly staff, the best restaurant and pizzeria, a poolside bar and – not forgetting – the coolest, funkiest late night bar with a DJ. These Romans know how to party! We have the usual things you find in a youth hostel, including a self-service laundry (gotta wash those socks sometime, man!), 24 hr security and luggage storage. One big towel per person is included in the reservation. Any additional towel can be rented from reception. Single-sex bathroom facilities are available. Our info point desk and our Reception can send you off in the right direction with maps, tickets and excursions around the eternal city while our friendly international staff will be glad to welcome you on-site at our restaurant, pub or nightclub – in fact, anywhere, anytime. During the summer, a shuttle bus to/from the Vatican is available for €4 per person round trip (scheduled time available at the reception). We pride ourselves on our reputation for providing clean, comfortable and safe accommodation throughout Italy. We hope you enjoy your stay.
Service and Facilities
- • 24 Hour Reception
- • 24 Hour Security
- • ATM
- • Bar
- • BBQ
- • Breakfast Not Included
- • Children's play area
- • Free Parking
- • Free WiFi
- • Hair Dryers For Hire
- • Hot Showers
- • Laundry Facilities
- • Linen Included
- • Luggage Storage
- • Meals available
- • Outdoor Swimming Pool
- • Parking
- • Pool Table
- • Reception (limited hours)
- • Restaurant
- • Shuttle Bus
- • Towels for hire
- • Towels Not Included
- • Vending Machines
- • Wi-Fi
Check-in: 14h —23h
Unfortunately due to Italian law we are unable to accept guests under 18 years old who are unaccompanied by an adult, unless we have parental permission with a digital signature. City tax 2 € per person/night NOT included! to be paid upon arrival! This property may pre-authorise your card before arrival. Please note that the swimming pool will be available only from mid May - October Check-in: 2pm. Check-out: 10am. We also have a shuttle service from Fiumicino (€12) or Ciampino (€13). To reserve, simply email us at least 48hrs ahead of time. Please print your reservation to show the driver. Travelling around Europe this summer? Check out PLUS Florence, PLUS Camping Michelangelo - Florence, PLUS Camping Jolly in Venice, PLUS Prague and the brand-spanking-new PLUS Berlin! We have a 24hr cancellation policy. Late cancellations and no-shows shall be charged the equivalent of the first night's accommodation. Our info point can send you off in the right direction with maps, tickets and excursions around the eternal city while our friendly international staff will be glad to welcome you on-site at our restaurant, pub or nightclub – in fact, anywhere, anytime. During the summer, a shuttle bus to/from the Vatican is available for €3 per person round trip. Towels are can be rented for just €2 from reception.
Address and Location
Via Aurelia Km. 8,2 nr. 831, Rome, Italy
From Cornelia Station: Follow the exit signs for 'Piazza Irnerio' and then follow the signs for 'Via Aurelia'. Once you're outside the station you can see in front of you some bus stops next to a McDonald's; from there you can catch bus #246 and get off in front of the camping village.The bus stops in front of a supermarket; please use the footbridge to cross the road to the camping village. From Termini train station: Take metro line A going in the direction of Battistini and get off at Cornelia station, then follow directions as above. Bus and Metro runs from 5.45 am until 11.30 pm. bus 246 and MEtro runs everyday (exceptions on Christmas, Easter and 1st January)- 247 Monday to Saturday, no bank holiday. From Ciampino Airport: Take the bus to Anagnina metro station, then take the metro all the way to Cornelia station, then follow directions as above. From Fiumicino Airport: Take the train to Termini station, then follow directions as above. We also have a shuttle service from Fiumicino or Ciampino (€14 per person each way) . To reserve, simply email us at least 48hrs ahead of time. Please print your reservation to show the driver. Our contact information is in your booking confirmation email. By car: From the motorway G.R.A. (the big ring road), take exit number 1 (Aurelia) towards 'San Pietro- Citta del Vaticano-Centro'. Along the Aurelia, at number 831, you will find the campsite on the right-hand side. Car parking not included.
Price from €9.72 per person
Activities & Day Tours
A Women's History of Rome
As the great Virginia Woolf once said: “ For most of history, Anonymous was a woman.” Well, we intend to rid ourselves of that anonymity and celebrate some of the great women from Rome and Italy’s past. The first and so far only Feminist tour of Rome will explore the role of women throughout Rome’s vast history. We celebrate the lives of sisters, mothers, wives, mistresses, and prostitutes, bringing their emotions, passions, and narratives to life.
Operated by THE ROGUE HISTORIANS
- Busabout Price: €25
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Best of Rome at Twilight
Grab a beer and join us as we explore Renaissance and Baroque Rome.
Our journey begins at the Bernini’s Triton fountain in Piazza Barberini, before we head to the Spanish Steps and then onto the most famous fountain in the world – The Trevi Fountain, whose history spans back all the way to Augustus and his right hand man Agrippa.
After throwing your coins into the fountain to ensure your safe return we head on past a number of beautiful sites, including; The Pantheon, Piazza Navona, Campo di Fiori, Trastevere and much more…
Operated by THE ROGUE HISTORIANS
- Busabout Price: €19
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Friday Night Vatican & Sistine Chapel Tour
The Vatican may be one of the smallest states on Earth but it boasts one of the largest collections of art in the world. Sprawling across a total of 14km and over 2,000 rooms it can be a daunting prospect to explore this mammoth collection by yourself. This semi-private experience offers you skip-the-line access to make sure you make the most of your time, a guaranteed small group, and, your very own Rogue Historian to show you the gems of the collection.
Operated by ROGUE HISTORIANS
- Busabout Price: €60
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Must See & Do in Rome
An epic, monumental metropolis, Rome has been in the spotlight for close on 3,000 years. As the showcase centre of the Roman Empire, it was the all-powerful caput mundi (capital of the world). Later, as the Renaissance capital of the Catholic world, its name sent shivers of holy terror through believers and infidels alike. Some 500 years on and its name still exerts a powerful hold. Fortunately, the reality is every bit as enticing as the reputation. With its architectural and artistic treasures, its romantic corners and noisy markets, Rome is a city that knows how to impress.
Top things to see
- Colosseum The most recognisable stadium in the world, where Ancient Romans came to be entertained.
- Roman Forum and Palatine Hill The ruins of the centre of Ancient Roman social life and some of the wealthiest villas.
- Vatican Museum and St. Peter's Basilica The smallest country in the world, and the largest church. The centre of Roman Catholicism.
- Trevi Fountain Baroque Rome comes alive at this iconic fountain, where you must be sure to throw a coin in to ensure your return to Rome.
- Pantheon The Romans greatest architectural achievement, a religious monument in constant use for the past 2,000 years.
FOODS TO TRY:
Carbonara, Amatriciana and Cacio e Pepe
Roman food is some of the best in Italy, but if you need a starting point try the holy trinity of Roman pasta- smoked pork and pecorino carbonara, spicy tomato based amatriciana, or deceptively simple pecorina and black pepper cacio e pepe.
This former working class neighbourhood was home to the largest slaughterhouse in Europe for decades, and as such some of the best food in town is still to be found there. Not to mention the pyramid older than the Colosseum, graves of John Keats and Percy Shelley, and mountain of ancient pots.