Hotel Emona Aquaeductus
Hotel Emona Aquaeductus is located in Via Statilia 23 in Rome, a strategic location for those who want a relaxing stay, away from the hustle and bustle of tourism, and for reaching monuments, museums and all attractions within minutes by using public transport.
A few metres from the hotel you will find tram and bus stops, in Piazza di Porta Maggiore, and the underground station “Manzoni” (Line A) for a quick connection to the Termini Railway Station, Vatican City and the Basilica of Saint Peter, Trevi Fountain, Spanish Steps, Colosseum and the Imperial Fori with the adjacent Line 3 tram stop.
In addition, the area is rich in archaeological artefacts and art treasures, from the most famous - Basilica of St. John Lateran, Scala Santa (Holy Stairs) and Basilica of the Holy Cross in Jerusalem - to little-known and fascinating jewels such as the underground Basilica of Porta Maggiore, Tomb of Eurysaces, Republican Sepulchres, Temple of Minerva Medica and Ninfeo of Alessandro (or "Trophies of Marius") that are often not included in the most traditional tours.
Finally, supermarkets, restaurants and typical Roman trattorias, frequented by local customers, are located near Hotel Emona, and 500 metres away is Palazzo del Freddo, home to the oldest ice cream producer in Rome: "Fassi".