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There has never been a better time or cheaper way of seeing the magic of The Italian Cities of Milan, Florence, Rome and Venice.
With effect from the 1 September 2014, Rome City Council has decided to increase the City Tourist Tax. The new prices (per person per night) are detailed below. The tax must be paid upon departure.
Agritourism EURO 4,00
Bed & Breakfast EURO 3,50
Holiday Apartments EURO 3,50
1 Star Hotel EURO 3,00
2 Star Hotel EURO 3,00
3 Star Hotel EURO 4,00
4 Star Hotel EURO 6,00
5 Star Hotel EURO 7,00
The Appian Way, opened in 312 b. C. by the censor Appio Claudius, during the Sannite wars, in order to join Rome "caput mundi" with the southern provinces of the peninsula, with Africa and the East. It became in short time the elected road, sacred to the cult of the dead, crossed during the Latin holidays by the crowd going to the temple of Giove on the summit of mount Cavo or to the temple of Diana, by the shores of the Nemi lake.
The Appian way ran here straight -after this the name of " recto " - at first followed the line of an existing road to the Alban hills and reached the Agro PontinoRead more