The Via Concil

The Trevi Fountain





Tips for your stay in Rome

Public transport
In principle, the sights in Rome’s city center can be easily reached on foot. However, for longer distances or a direct transfer from one attraction to another, the metro (subway) or bus transport is recommended. Detailed information on the Roman local transport network as well as network and timetables can be found here 

The “Roma Pass”
The “Roma Pass” – an offer from the city of Rome for tourists – includes a three-day public transport ticket, free entry to two city museums and discounts for other museums. It currently costs 38.50 euros and is available at numerous museums, at Termini main train station, at ATAC sales points or online.

Visit to St. Peter’s Church and the Vatican Museums and Gardens
The Vatican City is not only home to St. Peter’s Church, but also numerous museums with important art treasures and the Vatican parks (Vatican Gardens). Entrance tickets and guided tours are only available through the Vatican Museums themselves:

City tours
Rome offers a variety of city guides who, for an appropriate fee, will be happy to show you the various sights, places of worship and art treasures. Here you will find a small selection of city guides that cooperate with our guesthouse:

  • Dr. Antje I. Wolf (DE, EN, IT), website, email, phone +39 33 39 75 01 27
  • Roberto Lautenschlager (DE, EN, ES), website, telephone +39 34 97 49 82 91 

German Pilgrim Center
The German Pilgrim Center was set up to support German-speaking pilgrims in the Eternal City. In addition to a wealth of information and pastoral support, the pilgrimage center offers active support in planning and carrying out pilgrimages, church services and papal audiences.