Within walking from Freedom Traveller Hostel Rome you can reach some of Rome's best sites, such as the Baths of Traiano (Terme di Traiano), Located on the top of Colle Oppio. In the same area, it is possible to see several other colossal ruins of the thermal baths from ancient Rome.
Also close the Hostel, you can visit Palazzo Massimo, (Largo di Villa Peretti) the national museum of Rome, one of the most important in the city, and the baths of Diocletian (Via Enrico de Nicola), located just 10 walking minutes.
The most important museums and galleries of Rome include the National Museum of Rome, close the Hostel, the Museum of Roman Civilization, (in which are housed two fascinating scale models that reproduce Rome the early Republican Rome and in its imperial heyday in the 4th century A.D). The Villa Giulia National Etruscan Museum, the Capitoline Museums, the Borghese Gallery, the Museum of Castel Sant'Angelo, and the National Gallery of Modern Art.
The nightlife makes Rome even more lively and fascinating.
Trastevere and Testaccio are the most popular areas for the nightlife, with pubs, typical roman restaurants, and nightclubs. Other important points in the center are Campo dè Fiori, full of pubs and wine bars, and San Lorenzo, the University district of Rome.
Whatever type of fun you're looking for, you can experience the best Rome can offer during the summer. From June to September there are numerous concerts, shows and outdoor events in the squares, streets, and numerous parks and villas in Rome.
In December, at Christmas time, Rome offers many events including the most characteristic in Piazza Navona, with stalls and games for children, ending at the feast of Epiphany, a traditional children festival.
April 21 is the traditional date the city of Rome was founded.
The Baths of Caracalla acts as the backdrop from July to August with outdoor Operas.
From November, the Rome Europe Festival holds reviews of electronic music and visula arts.
In the first week of May, on the fields of Foro Italico, there is the Rome Open Tennis Tournament.
The City of Rome has won the award for the World Swimming Championships, which will be held from July 18 to August 2, 2009.