Rome, Italy

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Our 2018 property listings offer a large selection of 9,297 vacation rentals near Rome. From 7,893 apartments to 512 houses, find a unique house rental for you to enjoy a memorable stay with your family and friends. The best places to stay near Rome for a holiday or a weekend are on HomeAway.

Make yourself right at home in historic Rome

Like the B-52s said, Rome if you want to—and want to you most certainly will. Everywhere you look in this fabulous capital of Italy, you can see the vibrant intersection of the ancient world and the modern day—you can go from 3,000-year-old structures to cutting-edge art museums in just a few steps. A cosmopolitan city with plenty of live entertainment, chic dining, and contemporary cocktailing, a central Rome vacation rental will also put you close to local landmarks like the Macro Museum, the Pantheon, and the Terme di Caracalla bathhouse.

When in Rome: from ancient history to haute couture

If there's one thing everyone can agree on about Rome, it's that you'll never be at a loss for something to do. Whether your idea of a good time is window shopping along the Via Condotti or filling up on thin-crust Roman-style pies at the city's plentiful pizzerias, you'll be able to find your heart's desire in Rome. Culture vultures can catch a Fellini retrospective at one of the city's venerable arthouse theaters, or you can head to the vibrant Pigneto neighborhood, where you can check out live music by local bands.

Call 'em like you see 'em at the Colosseum

Since you'll be checking off major sites like some jet-setting bingo player, a trip to the city's historic center will put you close to a vast swath of them in one fell swoop. Here, ancient attractions like the Colosseum, the Pantheon, and the Terme di Caracalla rub elbows with loads of other worthwhile (and equally Instagrammable) local landmarks. A short walk, metro ride, or Vespa trip away, the Villa Borghese boasts nearly 200 acres of landscaped gardens, complete with walking paths, lakes, and an art gallery.

Rome—the future's so bright, I gotta wear shades

Rome has a Mediterranean climate (literally), which means warm, dry summers, and cool winters with regular rainfall; the city also gets more hours of sunlight than most other European destinations. Average summer highs peak around 78 degrees in July and August, while the top winter temperatures hover around 55 between December and February. Winter lows dip into the 30s, so a trip to the Via Condotti could be in order in case you "forget" your winter coat. Since the city is packed during the summer season, you'll find that prices for Rome vacation rentals tend to be lower during the slower, cooler winter months.

Take a tour of Rome's scenic concrete jungle

Rome is a densely urban city on the banks of the Tiber River, with a number of narrow cobbled streets and old, stone buildings throughout its historic center. Farther out, other neighborhoods and the surrounding suburbs offer more breathing room, with broader thoroughfares and fewer structures. Throughout the hilly city, you'll find plenty of pedestrian-friendly streets, and bikes and mopeds are popular methods of getting around, too. Rome boasts a number of parks, so no matter where your Rome vacation rental lies, you'll never be too far from a tranquil, leafy oasis amid the city's non-stop bustle.