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The town of Ciampino in greater Rome is best known for the eponymous Airport located there. The town itself is quietly pretty and offers some good food spots and stunning scenery on the old Roman Via Appia Antica. Plus, it makes financial sense for visitors flying into Rome Ciampino Airport to find the cheapest hotel deals here, rather than in central Rome. Ciampino hotels are the perfect solution for a short break for budget conscious visitors or for a short stop-over between flights. There is plenty of leeway here, because Ciampino is extremely well connected to the centre of the Italian capital city by metro, as it is located conveniently on a main line, or one of many other easy ways to get into the capital city . Search Hotels.com to find an ideal place to stay and view pictures of hotel rooms, along with maps showing you proximity to tourist attractions.

What's Ciampino Like?

Visit central Rome via the city's fast and reliable metro transport system. Rome is world renowned for its Etruscan and Roman archaeological remains, and for iconic landmarks such as the Spanish Steps and the Trevi Fountain. Some of Rome's legendary attractions include: the Imperial Forums archaeological area, the Coliseum, the Pantheon, Nero's Palace, the Roman Forum, and the Capitoline Hill. Visitors should not miss the opportunity to visit the Borghese Galleries and the sumptuous Vatican Museums. Shop on the Via Del Corso, or seek out the more boho stores and cafes on Via Margutta. Ciampino has its attractions, too. The town is part of the so called Roman Castles, in the rolling hills just south of the Eternal City. In and around Ciampino history buffs can explore the remains of the ancient Roman road Via Appia Antica and seek out the scenic, tiny sanctuary of Madonna del Divino Amore on Via Del Santuario.

Tips for Getting Along with Locals in Rome, the Eternal City

Via Margutta is fast becoming young and hip Romans' favourite hangout, with its ivy-fronted and graffitied facades and quiet, small trattorias, bars and boutiques for every budget. Head here for an aperitivo before dinner: the Romans tend to eat dinner quite late, so you can get a few drinks in before hitting a foodie heaven. Have some local food while you are at it! The Romans do street food to perfection: indulge in arancini risotto balls or order a steaming plate of penne all'Amatriciana, a bacon and pecorino cheese pasta dish you will not forget in a hurry. Trust in Hotels.com's experience to help you find the best hotel and accommodation deals in Ciampino. We've dedicated ourselves and our website to making sure we provide you with the information you need to make a decision on a hotel that is tailored to your needs.