Saint Peter’s keys is a b&b located in the center of Rome, more precisely in Prati. Because of this strategic location in just a few minutes you’ll be able to reach the main historical and cultural points of interest: San Pietro and Sant’Angelo Castle.
If you prefer to walk instead, the central location of our b&b will allow you to reach by foot the very close Via Cola di Rienzo Street where you can go shopping, or have a break with a drink at one of the numerous bars or restaurants. Otherwise, you can go to Piazza del Popolo, Via del Corso, or Piazza di Spagna, the real heart of the Capital. If you are dynamic and want to discover the beauties of the eternal city in an alternative way, our renting
bikes service will allow you to satisfy your needs.
A few steps away from our b&b you’ll be able to find Lepanto underground station (line A), that will allow you to travel comfortably throughout the city. Because of that, Saint Peter’s keys is the “key” to discover Rome adapting to all your needs. Don’t hesitate to contact us for any further information.

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Pincio room

The Pincio or Pinciano hill, in Latin Mons Pincius, is a hill in Rome. The Piazza Napoleone is a big open space on the top of the hill that looks out over Piazza del Popolo, also laid out by Valadier, and provides a view to the west and of the skyline of Rome beyond. Gian […]

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Gianicolo Room

The Gianicolo is a Roman hill on the right side of the Tevere River, whose maximum height is 88 meters; it is not part of the traditional group of seven hills. Its eastern part descends, and there the historic district of Trastevere is located. The western part, less steep, is the oldest part of the […]

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Aventino Room

The Aventine hill (in Latin, Collis Aventinus) is the southernmost of Rome’s seven hills. It comprises two distinct heights, one greater to the northwest and one lesser to the southeast, divided by a steep cleft that provides the base for an ancient roadway between the heights. During the Republican era the two hills may have […]

Why should you use the bicycle?

Because in a few minutes you’ll find yourself immersed in centuries of history, and will be able to enter without problem in high traffic zones.

Because you can give yourself a present such as a unique dream to easily reach Piazza Navona, Via del Corso, Città del Vaticano, and Piazza Venezia.

Because you can easily stop in one of the thousand characteristic places in the historical center.

Because using the bicycle is cheap and you respect nature.

Ask more information while you’re booking, it will be a pleasure to recommend you the places best suited for your needs.

Saint Peter’s Keys and the centre of Rome