Hotel Nuova Monaco is in Via Flavia in the centre of Rome, perfectly located for the metro Repubblica, close to the main train station and within easy distance of the Trevi Fountain, the Spanish steps and Piazza Barberini to name just a few.
Our 1 star hotel accommodation is in an upmarket zone, near the famous Via Veneto and Palazzo Barberini, yet affordable for any budget. Steps away in every direction you will find major landmarks and breath-taking piazzas, and the nearby metro Repubblica allows easy access to the rest of the city. Find the hidden Bernini masterpiece in a small church just five minutes from our hotel.
Ciampino airport is 15 km East of the city centre. It is not serviced by trains, so BUS is your best option. A number of bus companies arrange transfers to Rome’s central train station Termini including TERRAVISION and SITBUS.
The journey time is around 40 minutes. Tickets can be bought online beforehand to avoid queues at the airport. Alternatively, you can take a White Taxi with a flat fare of 30 euros to anywhere in the centre.
Fiumicino airport is 30 km west of the city centre. It is serviced by trains and bus transfer. TRAINS run every 15-30 minutes from 06.23 to 23.23. A number of BUS companies arrange transfers to Rome’s central train station Termini including TERRAVISION and SITBUS.
The journey time is around 55 minutes. Tickets can be bought online beforehand to avoid queues at the airport. Alternatively, you can take a white taxi with a flat fare of 48 euros to anywhere in the centre.
Hotel Nuova Monaco is located 10 minutes’ walk from the metro stop Repubblica. You can catch the A line metro from Termini station. Alternatively, there is a Taxi stand in Piazza del Cinquecento in front of the train station.
Hotel Nuova Monaco is central to three major landmarks in the centre of Rome. A short stroll will take you to the famous Via Veneto and the upmarket centre of Rome where you will find bars, restaurants and shopping, not to mention the most famous fountain in Rome, the Trevi. Distance to some of the major attractions in Rome: