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Students, international students, interns, backpackers, roomates and digital nomads can book cheap dorms and safe private rooms in downtown Rome, close to boarding schools, high schools, colleges, halls of residence and universities, close to buses or train stations, airports or major attractions in Rome.

Fully Furnished
Fully Furnished
All Bills included
All Bills included
WIFI
WIFI
Free Breakfast
Free Breakfast
Free Cancelation
Free Cancelation
WIFI
WIFI

Reviews for Backpackers

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Marta
I found the hostel very clean, maybe I missed soap in the bathroom inside my room. The sheets were clean but maybe the mattresses would have to be thought about changing them you sank a little for the middle. The excellent kitchen area has many pots and area to heat your food, breakfast is included and they are delicious Italian buns, in terms of security it is very well protected in case of theft. I felt safe and comfortable with this stay so personally I would return.
8.6
Clean, safe, spacious, with kitchen, etc.
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Julie
There are really nice and helpful. They help me a lot. I had a bus at 00h30 and they accept to keep my luggage untill this time, to let me an access to the bathroom to take a shower... really a big thank you for everything. It was a very nice trip in this place. All people are really friendly.
10.0
It was a very nice Hostel with really great people. I meet a lot of really friendly and funny people there. It is a small hostel, it is easier to make great relashionship.
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Michelle
great location, its close to almost everything necessary. The rooms are really nice, like nice nice. The staff are friendly and helpful. And the food was great!
10.0
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Florian
Good hostel, welcome and full services
9.0
Good hostel, welcome and full services
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Welcome to Rome

All roads lead to Rome, don’t they? Well, they do if you’re a backpacker – independent travellers have been beating a path to the former heart of the Roman Empire for centuries. Happily, you don’t have to be on an aristocratic ‘Grand Tour’ to enjoy the city today. Cheap hostels are round every corner, from buzzy downtown hostels to group-friendly hostels in the city centre. From your hostel dorm you’ll be able to discover the historical sites that attract tourists from across the globe, but don’t stop there; Rome is also a modern capital and a centre for culture and the arts. It buzzes with busy cafés, traditional markets, zippy Vespas and a vibrant nightlife. You’ll want to stay forever, and when you’re based at a great-value youth hostel you sorta-kinda can. After all, they do call it the Eternal City…

DIY Church Art Tour

Rome’s churches are all free to visit and bursting with paintings by Italian grand masters. One of the most renowned was Caravaggio and you can see his masterpieces in churches throughout the city.

Villa Borghese Gardens

Although you have to pay to visit the Borghese Gallery, the gardens that surround it are arguably the most famous and beautiful in Rome, and they’re free. If you’re in a downtown hostel around Sallustiano, it’s just a short walk away.
Villa Borghese Gardens
Villa Borghese Gardens

The Appian Way

Get out of the hostel and stretch those legs. The Via Appia Antica is an ancient tree-lined road dotted with Roman ruins and many of Rome’s most luxurious houses. A scenic and educational walk.
The Appian Way
The Appian Way

The Colosseum

It’s easy to imagine 50,000 Ancient Romans gathered for gladiatorial battles in the three tiers of Rome’s great Colosseum. Probably the city’s most recognisable monument and the first that most backpackers want to tick off of their list. The ticket includes admission to the Roman Forum, the Colosseum and Palatine Hill.
The Colosseum
The Colosseum

Vatican City

The world’s smallest state - it has a population of around 800 - is one of Rome’s biggest crowd pullers and home to the Pope. It’s the site of St. Peter’s Basilica, the Vatican Gardens, the Vatican Museums and the Sistine Chapel. Admission to St. Peter’s Square and the Basilica is free.
The Vatican City
The Vatican City

Trevi Fountain

Rome’s most iconic and romantic fountain is a high point of Italian Baroque. Throw a coin into it over your left shoulder and guarantee a return trip, or so the legend goes. It’s a little way west of the city centre hostels, but well worth the walk.
Trevi Fountain
Trevi Fountain

Roman Forum

One of the appeals of Rome is being able to step out of your hostel dorm and into the past. The Roman Forum offers you just that - the heart of the city during the years of empire, it’s one of the most important archaeological sites in the world.
Roman Forum
Roman Forum

The Pantheon

An Ancient Roman temple dating to 27 AD, in continuous use and now a church. Its central rotunda (circular hall) is covered by a huge concrete dome. It is all so well preserved that you’ll have to keep reminding yourself just how old it is.
The Pantheon
The Pantheon

Centro Storico

This is the historical and cultural heart of Rome, packed with tourists and backpacker groups. The Centro Storico (Historical Centre) is home to many of the city’s major attractions: Piazza de Spagna, (where the Spanish Steps are located), Piazza Navona and the Trevi Fountain, and that’s just a small sample.
Centro Storico
Centro Storico

Monti

A little way south of Rome’s city centre hostels, Monti is a short walk from Rome’s historic centre but often bypassed by tourists. It’s a network of unspoiled streets and little piazzas full of hip bookstore cafés and arty food venues - just the ticket for backpackers.
Monti
Monti

Testaccio

If the “real” Rome is what you want, Testaccio is where you’ll get it. A working class neighbourhood loaded with authentic Roman spirit as well as hopping nightlife, family-owned restaurants and a top food market.
Testaccio
Testaccio

Good Friday Procession (Easter)

The high point of Rome’s Easter celebrations is the Stations of the Cross procession. It begins at the Colosseum and makes 14 stops to recreate key moments in Christ’s route to the crucifixion.
Good Friday Procession (Easter)
Good Friday Procession (Easter)

Natale di Roma (April)

The Natale di Roma festival on 21st April celebrates the founding of Rome in 753 BC. The city’s palaces and monuments are lit up and there’s a massive firework display. With cooler temperatures too, this is a perfect time to book your Rome hostel. Festivities are focused at the Piazza del Campidoglio.

Gay Village (June – September)

The Testaccio area of Rome hosts the Gay Village festival from the end of June until early September, and it has a colourful, anything-goes vibe backpackers will love. Free pop concerts, theatre and comedy as well as food stalls.

Notte Bianca (September)

Sorry dorm - we’re going to be out all night. The annual Notte Bianca (White Night) festival sees dance and theatre venues as well as museums, restaurants and shops are open all night. The city closes to traffic, so team up with a group from your hostel and explore Rome’s streets until the sun rises.
Notte Bianca (September)
Notte Bianca (September)

Roma Europa Festival (September – December)

A performing and visual arts festival that showcases over 300 artists from 20 different countries. Events are held throughout Rome. From late September to early December across the city.
Roma Europa Festival
Roma Europa Festival

Rock in Roma

Rome’s biggest rock and pop music festival, held over three days in mid July. Headliners in 2015 included Robbie Williams, Lennie Kravitz, Alt-J and Chemical Brothers. There’s no camping, which means hostels in Rome book up quickly - so get your dorm space early!
Rock in Roma
Rock in Roma

Casa del Jazz Summer Festival (June – August)

A step up from the grime of rock and pop festivals, this is a more laidback choice for jazz-loving backpackers (yes, that’s a thing). Shows scheduled from late June to Early August.
Casa del Jazz Summer Festival (June – August)
Casa del Jazz Summer Festival (June – August)

Roma Incontra il Mondo

A relaxing summer music festival with musicians from across the world playing at Villa Ada park. Sit on the grass drinking wine and eating dinner from one of the food stalls as you watch the lakeside show. From late June until the end of August.
Roma Incontra il Mondo
Roma Incontra il Mondo

Pizzarium

Takeaway pizza-by-the-slice near the Vatican Museum, popular with locals and backpackers alike. Drool over freshly baked pizzas in the window to make your choice. Couple your slice(s) with a craft beer.
Pizzarium
Pizzarium

Pastificio

Plastic plates piled with pasta near the Spanish steps for €4. Choose to eat in and you’ll get a complimentary cup of wine and water.
Pastificio
Pastificio

Enoteca Palatium

Every dish at this all-Roman restaurant and wine bar is made with ingredients sourced from local farms. The menu changes regularly guaranteeing seasonal food for about €10 a dish.
Enoteca Palatium
Enoteca Palatium

Dino Express

About half a dozen tables worth queuing for at this lunch-only traditional hostaria. Lots of Italian classics made the right way. Try the ossobucco (veal, tomatoes and peas).
Dino Express
Dino Express

Palazzo del Freddo Giovanni Fassi

Rome would not be Rome without lashings of gelato (ice cream) and this gelateria has some of the cheapest and best. Even better, it’s on the doorstep of the city centre hostels around Termini station.

The Drunken Ship

A not-so-typically-Italian bar filled with party-loving Romans. Great place to start off the night playing beer pong with locals and the international backpacker crowd.
The Drunken Ship
The Drunken Ship

Oasi Della Birra

If you’re heading out of the hostel in search of beer, obviously the ‘Beer Oasis’ is the place. This basement bar has over 300 types and an all-you-can-eat buffet.

Freni e Frizioni

Freni e Frizioni (Brakes and Clutch) used to be a car mechanic’s workshop and is now one of the hippest bars in Rome, with a trendy, creative vibe backpackers will love.
Freni e Frizioni
Freni e Frizioni

Tram Tracks

If you’re a hostel group looking for something a bit different, try these themed 1960s and 70s party nights held on one of Rome’s last street trams. The tram passes by the floodlit Colosseum. Be sure to book ahead.
Tram Tracks
Tram Tracks

Micca Club

One of Rome’s trendiest nightclubs is in the historic centre. Features some of the world’s best DJs and burlesque nights. If your burlesque dancing is not up to much they give lessons…
Micca Club
Micca Club

Testaccio market

Mercato di Testaccio is an open-air market selling food and clothes. If you’re a backpacker looking for a slice of the real Italy, here it is - and just a few streets from the tourist hotspots.
Testaccio market
Testaccio market

Mosque Market

Go from your Rome hostel to North Africa and the Middle East at this fabulous food market next to Rome’s Grand Mosque. Italy may suddenly seem far away.
Mosque Market
Mosque Market

Pulp

Grab a bargain at this second-hand designer store, packed with desirable, quirky pieces for as little as €15. There’s a great selection of accessories and shoes too.

Roma Pass

Rome has so many sights that visiting them all gets pricey. The €30 three-day Roma Pass includes two tickets to major attractions. Use it for the most expensive tickets (Colosseum/Palatine Hill/Roman Forum and the Galleria Borghese). After that you get discounts on tickets for other major sights. The pass also includes metro, bus and tram travel, which would cost you €16.50 on its own.

Student and Youth Discounts

The International Student Identity Card (ISIC) provides discounts all over Rome. Make sure you get one before you arrive. If you’re a non-student but aged under 25 get an International Youth Card for similar discounts.

Airports Rome has two international airports: Fiumicino and Ciampino. They are served by most major international and low cost airlines. The quickest way to reach the city centre hostels from Fiumincino Airport is to take the Leonardo Express Airport Train, a 30 minute journey (€14 one way). A cheaper option is to take the Terravision Airport Bus, which costs just €4 one way and can be booked online at http://www.terravision.eu. From Ciampino Airport, a Terravision bus links the airport to the city centre. As from Fiumincino, it costs €4 one way. Train and bus Rome’s main intermodal station is Termini Station. Buses and trains arrive from and depart to destinations all over Italy and beyond, and there are masses of taxis here too. So whether you arrive by train or bus, you’ll be able to reach your hostel with ease. Getting around The Rome Metro has just two lines (A and B) and serves only a few of the main attractions. Buses venture further into the historical centre of the city, but in some areas walking is the only option. A single ticket for one Metro journey, or for a journey of up to 75 minutes on any bus, costs €1.50. A daily ticket for unlimited metro, bus, tram or train journeys costs €6, with three-day tickets at €16.50 and a weekly ticket at €24. Purchase any of these tickets at vending machines in Metro stations or at newsstands across the city. Taxis Taxis are metered, with a minimum journey charge of €4.25 and additional €1.1 per kilometre. One bag carried free, €1 per bag after that. Pick one up at ranks or flag it down. Language: Italian Currency: Euro Voltage: 220 volts Time zone: GMT+1 hour Dialing code: +39 for Italy, 6 for Rome Post Office: Several large post offices are open from 8.30 am to 6.30 pm in central Rome and from 8.30 am to 1 pm on Saturdays. Via di Porta Angelica, 23 (San Pietro)Via Marmorata (Piramide)Viale Mazzini, 101 (Prati) Hospital: Ospedale Fatebenefratelli, Via di Ponte Quattro Capi, 39 Tel: 06 68371 Policlinico Umberto I, Viale del Policlinico 155 Tel: 06-49971 Tourist information: A.P.T. tourist office, Via Parigi, 5 Tel: 06-3600-4399 or 06-488-991 www.turismoroma.it Opening hours: Most shops open 9 am to 1 pm and 3.30 pm to 7.30 pm (Monday to Saturday). Shopping centres open at 10 am and close at midnight. Banks open 8.30 am to 1.30 pm and 3 pm to 4 pm Monday to Friday. Important numbers: Call 113 for the police, 118 for ambulance services and 115 for fire services.