If hotels are too expensive for you or you appreciate a more personal touch, Bed & Breakfast can be a good alternative for you. They are usually way cheaper than hotels but of course, offer only a few services. They are often located in quiet residential areas rather than in downtown which can be an interesting thing if you want to experience real roman life. But , as usual, check if they are close to the underground, bus or city-train stops.
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