Trastevere is one of the most characteristic neighborhoods of Rome, where the authenticity of the capital is best preserved, with its narrow streets overlooked by medieval houses, full of small balconies with climbing plants.
A short distance away you will find the Synagogue, one of the largest temples in Europe, visible from every vantage point of the city, including the Capitol, within the area of the Jewish ghetto of Rome.
How to reach Trastevere, Synagogue and Ghetto from Ibis Styles Roma Art Noba: Go to the Nomentana/Val D’Ossola bus stop (300 meters downhill) and take the 60L line all the way to the end. From there continue either by Tram 8 or on foot towards Largo Argentina, crossing the ghetto, Isola Tibertina and finally reaching Trastevere.
The staff of our superior 3-star hotel in the Nomentano district of Rome, will be happy to give you all the information needed for reaching the other tourist attractions that the city of Rome offers. More examples? The Basilicas of Rome (San Giovanni in Laterano, Santa Maria Maggiore and San Paolo Fuori le Mura), the Appia Antica road with the Catacombs, the Vittoriano, Villa Borghese and the Mosque of Rome