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Augusta Lucilla Palace

Via Massimo d´Azeglio, 2400184Rome Italy

+39 06 48939942

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How to reach us

From Fiumicino Airport

From Fiumicino Airport, take the Leonardo Express train to Termini. The trains run directly from Fiumicino Airport’s own train station and reach Termini within about half an hour, though they terminate at around 11.30.

From Ciampino Airport

From Ciampino Airport, take one of the several coach services selling tickets in the area outside Arrivals. Coaches run in conjunction with arriving flights, but buy your tickets on the plane if you want to avoid the queues!

From Termini Station

From Termini Station, exit on Via Giolitti, go down Via Cavour two block then turn right onto Via Principe Amedeo. Turn left onto Via Massimo D’Azeglio, 24 and you’ll find the Hotel Augusta Lucilla Palace on the right.

NEARBY ATTRACTIONS

The 4 star Hotel Augusta Lucilla Palace is strategically positioned in the centre of Rome close to Termini Station. Possibly one of the best locations for tourists in Rome, this area has a wide selection of restaurants, bars and cafés for you to experience the Roman cuisine and charm of the city. Within 5 minutes walking distance of the hotel, guests can stroll to a number of the top attractions including:

• The golden Basilica of Santa Maria Maggiore (St Mary Major) – one of the 4 Papal Basilicas of Rome
• The National Opera House for those who’d like to experience a little Italian culture
• The Basilica of Santa Maria degli Angeli at Piazza Repubblica
• The ancient neighbourhood of Monti where Julius Caesar was born and now brimming with trendy art galleries, chic boutiques and relaxing bars
• The Baths of Diocletus
• Termini Station – the transport hub of Rome

15 Minutes Away

Still within walking distance but a little further – say 15 minutes away by foot, guests can also reach some more fantastic attractions including:

• The awe inspiring Coliseum
• The Imperial Roman Forum
• The Palatine and Capitoline Hills
• Piazza Venezia, the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier and countless Art Galleries
• The romantic Trevi Fountain (best viewed at night)
• The Palazzo delle Esposizioni
• Quirinale Palace (previous palace of the Pope and now the home of the President of the Republic)

Public Transport Options

For those who would prefer not to walk the cobbled streets, you will be pleased to know that our proximity to Termini Station means that you have a choice of public transport options to take you to all of the main tourist attractions. Termini Station boasts direct links to the city’s two airports, rail links to the rest of Italy and Europe, a large bus station, access to the tram network, a large taxi rank and access to all lines of Rome’s underground metro system. This means that you can reach all of the main tourist attractions quickly and with the minimum of hassle:

• Basilica of Santa Maria Maggiore – 5 mins on foot or 1 stop on Metro Line A to ‘Vittorio Emanuele’
• Charming district of Monti – 10 mins on foot or 1 stop on Metro Line B to ‘Cavour’
• Piazza Repubblica, the National Opera House and the Basilica of Santa Maria degli Angeli – 5 mins on foot or 1 stop on Metro Line A to ‘Repubblica’
• The Trevi Fountain – 10/15 mins on foot or 2 stops on Metro Line A to ‘Barberini’
• The Spanish Steps and the shopping district – 3 stops on Metro Line A to ‘Spagna’
• The Coliseum & Imperial Roman Forum – 15 mins on foot or 3 stops on Metro Line B to ‘Colosseo’
• Basilica of St John Lateran & the Holy Stairs – 15 mins on foot or 3 stops on Metro Line A to ‘San Giovanni’
• The Pantheon – 15/20 mins by foot or 4 stops on bus route 40 to ‘Largo Argentina’
• Piazza Navona – 25 mins by foot or 4 stops on bus route 40 to ‘Largo Argentina’
• Circus Maximus and the Bocca della Verita – 3 stops on Metro Line B to ‘Circo Massimo’
• The Pyramidal Tomb of Cestia and the nightlife of Testaccio – 4 stops on Metro Line B to ‘Piramide’
• Piazza del Popolo, Villa Borghese, the Borghese Gallery and shopping – 4 stops on Metro Line A to ‘Flaminio’
• The Basilica of St Peter where the body of St Peter rests, the Vatican Museums and the Sistine Chapel – 6 stops on Metro Line A to ‘Ottaviano’
• The Basilica of St Paul where the body of St Paul rests – 6 stops on Metro Line B to ‘San Paulo’