36 hours in...Rome
Hotel Campo De' Fiori is one of 36 hours in...Rome.

1. Hotel Campo De' Fiori

8.7
Via del Biscione, 6 (Campo de Fiori), Roma, Lazio
Hotel · Parione · 15 tips and reviews

The TelegraphThe Telegraph: Mid-range: Around the corner from the colourful piazza of the same name, the Hotel Campo de’ Fiori is full of antique warmth and character. Doubles from £105. Read a full review http://bit.ly/W3T5lL.

Hotel Raffaello is one of 36 hours in...Rome.

2. Hotel Raffaello

8.7
Via Urbana 3, Roma, Lazio
Hotel · Monti · 6 tips and reviews

The TelegraphThe Telegraph: On a budget: The Raffaello has excellent family rooms, generous breakfasts and easy access to the Termini railway station and the Colosseum. Doubles from £79. Read a full review http://bit.ly/UNOCm1

Enoteca Provincia Romana is one of 36 hours in...Rome.

3. Enoteca Provincia Romana

7.3
Piazza Foro Traiano, Roma, Lazio
Italian Restaurant · Monti · 9 tips and reviews

The TelegraphThe Telegraph: Enoteca Provincia Romana (0039 06 6766 24242; closed Sun; wine from £2.50 a glass) is a bright contemporary wine bar and restaurant dedicated to the wines and produce of the countryside around Rome.

Basilica di Santa Maria del Popolo is one of 36 hours in...Rome.

4. Basilica di Santa Maria del Popolo

Piazza del Popolo, 12, Roma, Lazio
Church · 23 tips and reviews

The TelegraphThe Telegraph: The Santa Maria del Popolo in Piazza del Popolo houses the strikingly dramatic Conversion of St Paul and Crucifixion of St Peter.

Rosati is one of 36 hours in...Rome.

5. Rosati

6.2
Piazza del Popolo, 5A, Roma, Lazio
Café · 58 tips and reviews

The TelegraphThe Telegraph: After a cappuccino in the elegant Rosati café ( 0039 06 322 5859), head down artsy Via Ripetta.

No.au is one of 36 hours in...Rome.

6. No.au

8.3
Piazza Di Montevecchio 16, Roma, Lazio
Bar · Ponte · 11 tips and reviews

The TelegraphThe Telegraph: Take lunch at NO.AU (0039 06 4565 2770; average £20 a head for two courses and glass of beer), a funky new bar restaurant in a pretty, hidden-away piazza.

Basilica di San Clemente al Laterano is one of 36 hours in...Rome.

7. Basilica di San Clemente al Laterano

Via di San Giovanni in Laterano, Roma, Lazio
Church · Monti · 27 tips and reviews

The TelegraphThe Telegraph: The Basilica of San Clemente is a triple-decker affair with a Mithraic temple at its lowest level and the deliciously ghoulish human bone decorations of the Capuchin Crypt on Via Veneto.

Wonderfool is one of 36 hours in...Rome.

8. Wonderfool

8.8
Via dei Banchi Nuovi, 39, Roma, Lazio
Spa · Ponte · 5 tips and reviews

The TelegraphThe Telegraph: Pamper yourself by heading for Wonderfool (06 0039 6889 2315; wonderfool.it; open Tuesday to Saturday, 10am-8pm) a trendy but friendly centro storico spa, barber’s shop and boutique.

Osteria "La Gensola" is one of 36 hours in...Rome.

9. Osteria "La Gensola"

8.7
Piazza della Gensola, 15
Trattoria/Osteria · Trastevere · 26 tips and reviews

The TelegraphThe Telegraph: Dine at one of Rome’s new breed of creative trattorias in Trastevere. La Gensola (0039 06 581 6312; osterialagensola.it) offers a mix of tasty Roman specialities and Sicilian-style seafood dishes.

Vatican Museums is one of 36 hours in...Rome.

10. Vatican Museums

9.1
(Musei Vaticani)
Viale Vaticano, Vatican
Art Museum · Vatican City · 674 tips and reviews

The TelegraphThe Telegraph: If you’re determined to include the Vatican in your brief Roman holiday, pre-book your slot at the Vatican Museums (http://mv.vatican.va) online to avoid an even longer wait there.

Galleria Doria Pamphilj is one of 36 hours in...Rome.

11. Galleria Doria Pamphilj

8.6
Via del Corso, 305, Roma, Lazio
Art Gallery · 30 tips and reviews

The TelegraphThe Telegraph: Less daunting but equally rewarding, Galleria Doria Pamphilj (0039 06 679 7323; open daily 9am-7pm; dopart.it) houses more Caravaggios as well as works by Breughels, Titian, Raphael and Velasquez.

Via dei Condotti is one of 36 hours in...Rome.

12. Via dei Condotti

8.8
Via Condotti, Roma, Lazio
Road · Colonna · 34 tips and reviews

The TelegraphThe Telegraph: You’re well placed, afterwards, for a spot of pre-flight shopping, either in the chic (and costly) boutiques of Via dei Condotti.