I will be in Rome in mid April for 2 days on my own, before travelling to Florence for an Italian language course. Can anyone recommend the most central and safest areas for a middle aged woman on her own to stay in. First time in Rome so have no idea where to stay. I would prefer something within walking distance to major attractions, but also an area which is safe at night and close to eating places. My budget is modest, and location is more important to me than luxury. Many thanks.
most convenient area in Rome for single woman
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