Casa Carra B&B Rome offers two fantastic selling points for anyone wishing to visit this fantastic city on a finite budget: service and location. Our reputation for accommodation with a personal service that goes beyond the call of duty is undisputed, while our position in Rome’s historical city centre, close to public transport, nightlife, several of the world’s most famous monuments and the city’s main train station, makes us an ideal option for those who need to be in the thick of it 24/7.


It’s a ten-minute walk from the Via Giolitti side of Termini following the map above, or simply take the metro from Termini one stop to Vittorio Emanuele. Given the crowds and layout of Termini however, it’s probably quicker just to walk. A taxi is also hardly worth the bother or expense.

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The Leonardo Express train shuttles tourists in and out of the city at half-hour intervals during the day and takes about an hour to reach Termini. There are also several coach services which are much cheaper but vulnerable to traffic delays. Taxis cost a fixed rate printed in the door of the car.


Several coach services are to be found outside the Arrivals section of Rome’s small, second airport. Ciampino is actually closer to the city than Fiumicino and the low-priced coaches will have you at Termini within the hour depending on traffic.


The hardest part about arriving by metro is finding the right exit and getting your bearings once you’re on street level. As you can see from the map above, Via Statuto takes a tangent from the western corner of Piazza Vittorio Emanuele. Casa Carra B&B Rome is at number 44 on the left.

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All roads lead to Rome. Simply follow signs for the centre and Termini Station once you enter from the GRA ring road. Via Giolitti is home to a large, secure car park and is located just ten minutes on foot from the Carra Casa B&B. Free parking is hard to find but if you see a space on a white line, take it!