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The Hotel Duca d'Alba is situated in one of the most ancient roman district, The Suburra.
Just by strolling you will discover small artisans shops and the most trendy boutiques in town.
Also in a few minutes you will reach Fori Romani, Colosseum, Domus Aurea, Piazza Venezia and Campidoglio. Small public buses will take you to the Spanish steps.

HOW TO REACH US:
Please note that the hotel is situated in the restricted centre traffic zone limited and is forbidden to non- residents during Monday to Friday from 6.30 am to 6.00 pm and Saturday from 2.00 pm to 6.00 pm.

BY CAR
From Florence: A1 motorway exit Roma Nord, follow directions to the G.R.A. towards Salario and town centre. Reach Via di Porta Pinciana and turn left on Via Vittorio.
At the 2nd traffic light turn left into Via Bissolati and follow the road until Piazza della Repubblica. Turn right onto Via Nazionale and before the 5th traffic light turn left into Via dei Serpenti and at the next traffic light turn left in
Via Leoncino.
From Naples: A1 motorway exit Roma Sud, follow directions to the G.R.A. towards Appio and town centre. Follow the road until to reach the Basilica San Giovanni in Laterano and than turn right into Via Merulana, at the 2nd traffic light follow Via Lanza. As you reach Via Cavour turn right, at the first traffic light into Via dei Serpenti and again right into Via Leonina.

BY TRAIN
From Rome Termini Train Station take the underground line B (Laurentina direction) and exit at Cavour station, at only 50 mt you will find Via Leonina.

BY PLANE
From Ciampino Airport: Take the shuttle service from the terminal of arrival or a taxi.
From Fiumicino Airport: take the non-stop direct train, every 30', to the Termini train station or train, every 20', to Ostiense train station and then take the underground line B towards Rebibbia until Cavour stop.

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