A Hotel near the Imperial Forums
One of the many advantages of staying at the Hotel Mancino 12 is that you will be really close to many of the capital’s most important monuments, such as the Imperial Forums, for example. This is one of the most beautiful and important archaeological sites in Rome and is just a few metres from the hotel. It takes just 5 minutes to walk from the Hotel to the Forums. This is a tremendous advantage for those who are fascinated by history and culture, for those with a thirst for knowledge, for those who aspire to visiting one of the most captivating locations that antiquity has given us.
The Imperial Forums are, in fact, a representation of the heart of political activity in ancient Rome. This constitutes a series of enormous squares that were built between 46 B.C. and 113 A.D., by a succession of Roman Emperors and which are now enclosed in an area between the Piazza Venezia and the Colosseum, which adjoins the Roman Forum.
On leaving the Hotel Mancino 12, there are various different quick and easy routes you can take in order to reach the Imperial Forums. You can walk along the Via Alessandrina, Via dei Fori Imperiali and Via Quattro Novembre and in less than ten minutes, you will reach the entrance to the Forums and can start your exploration of this historic site. There is also another slightly longer route that can be taken on any day of the week and takes about an hour.
The entrance is situated close to Trajan’s Column. Once you have entered the site, you can take a lovely stroll around the large squares, admiring the historic remains of the ancient buildings inside that are situated around the squares: the Forum of Caesar, the Temple of Venus Genetrix, the Forum of Augustus, the Temple of Mars Ultor, the Temple of Peace, the Forum of Nerva, the Forum of Trajan, with the Column that bears the name of the same Emperor and the Basilica Ulpia.