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Cheap Hotels near Appian Way, Rome

The Appian Way in Rome was one of the longest and most important roads in ancient Rome, and connected the capital with Brindisi, in the Puglia region of southeast Italy. It was largely completed by 312 BC, and played a strategic role in the conquest of the peninsula, as it allowed troops to be deployed and moved rapidly. A large stretch of it still survives in Rome, and is one of the most beautiful and evocative corners of the modern metropolis.
It is astonishing to remember that, more than two thousand years ago, this quiet tree-lined street was being used by Roman legions and traders. It's still lined with the remnants of ancient, often splendid, sarcophagi (burials took place outside the walls in Roman times). The road exited the city through the Porta Appia, now called the Porta San Sebastiano, which is now an interesting little history museum.
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    • Via Pier Vittorio Aldini, 38/a, Rome Show map
    • With free private parking, this 3-star hotel in Rome is located 4 kilometres from Ciampino Airport, and is convenient...

      Wi-Fi available Breakfast included
    • 1.9km from Appian Way
  • Hotel Meeting
  • Price from £50.03 per person per night
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    • Via Annia Regilla, 60 , Rome Show map
    • The 3-star Hotel Victor is situated in the Appia Antica area of Rome and accommodates guests in 30 modern and welcoming...

      Free Wi-Fi Breakfast included
    • 2.3km from Appian Way
  • Hotel Victor
  • Price from £19.67 per person per night