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Monti in Rome, your thoughts please

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I am semi stuck at home and starting to plan for the next trip to Europe. I'm thinking that I will try to fly in or out of Rome, and I am wondering about staying in Monti. I would love to hear experiences and opinions.

We've stayed in several parts of Rome over the years, and my favorite for a long time now has been any place close to the Via di Ripetta. But now I'm thinking about trying someplace new and both Monti and the Ghetto are on my mind. Monti seems to be a sort of "it" place so I'm looking there.

Feedback welcome.

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