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Spanish Steps Travel Guide

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Best Hotels in Rome

Book your next stay at one of these hotels—they’re the best in Rome.

Rome Neighborhood Walk: Historic Ponte, Parione, and Regola

Meander the hidden backstreets of these Rome enclaves—and prepare to be delighted.

Vacationist Hotel Deals: Urban Escapes in New York, Rome, and Venice

Whether you prefer the fast-paced streets of Manhattan, the ancient ruins of Rome, or the romantic gondolas of Venice, we’ve got your next vacation covered—all...

Europe's Best Small Hotels

These top newcomers show bigger isn’t necessarily better.

World's Best Family Hotels and Cruises

The results of Travel + Leisure’s World's Best Survey are in—don’t travel with kids until you check out our list.

Travel Life List, May 2010

Notable travelers share the journeys that inspire them—from a ride in the Thai jungle to a tour of Patagonia.

Rome's Most Beautiful Gardens

Secreted away in the heart of the city or sprawled across hilltops outside of town, Rome’s gardens are fragrant oases with ancient statuary, cool pools...

Exclusive Q&A with Andrew Harper

A few weeks ago, I revealed a little about the famously incognito hotel reviewer Andrew Harper, publisher of the exclusive Hideaway Report. This week, I’m...

Sailing to Sardinia

The Costa Smeralda is legendarily beautiful and exclusive, but sail along the coast or drive inland a stretch—away from the glitz and glamour and 300-foot...

The Best of Rome

Old meets new in the city that does la dolce vita like no place else.
HOTELS

Casa Howard, Via Sistina

Design diehards will love the five individually decorated rooms in the B&B creation of Hotel de Russie architect Tommaso Ziffer. In contrast to its more sedate original location at 18 Via Capo le... more ›


RESTAURANTS

Fiaschetteria Beltramme

It has a loyal following among trendy foreigners, but somehow (thankfully) this trattoria on one of the busiest pedestrian thoroughfares near the Spanish Steps has maintained its local flair. The menu... more ›


ACTIVITIES

Gente

You’ll see fashionable people all over town—punky Japanese tourists to preppy Roman men—carrying these shopping bags. Italy doesn’t have high-end department stores, but Gente,... more ›


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