Come and visit Rome, the Eternal City, the Capital of Italy, the Cradle of Western culture, but above all one of the most beautiful metropolis in the world. If you have already decided to make this trip, then we hope that you choose to stay in the most charming and welcoming place there is: we are talking about the fabulous Suite Sarandrea, located right in the historic center. You will have every type of comfort and, moreover, you will have the double advantage of being really close to all the biggest monuments of tourist interest in Rome.
Just take a few steps on foot to find yourself walking peacefully on the ancient cobblestone bridge also called 'Aelius' or 'Hadriani', which connects the Vatican part of the Lungotevere to one of the most important and ancient bastions of all Rome.
Why is it absolutely worth looking closely at the Castle and queuing up to enter it? When you set foot inside this place whose high walls are steeped in the most fascinating and ancient history, you will understand how brilliant it was to choose to be a tourist and visit it properly, part by part. You will feel like you are catapulted into an environment where time seems to have stopped completely.
The colors on the walls, the stained glass, the stone floors, every square meter seems to have been frozen and is still maintained today, in its magnificence and beauty, for the eyes of those who decide to appreciate its value.
The history of his name is very particular: until 590 it was called Mausoleum of Hadrian but during the plague in Rome of that period it is said that the Archangel Michael appeared to Pope Gregory during a procession to the Mausoleum. In that apparition the Archangel had in his hand a sword as a symbol and as proof that the plague was coming to an end:In fact it was so and so in his honor the Mausoleum Hadrian was called Castel Sant'Angelo and a statue representing the angel was placed on top of the monument.
Castel Sant'Angelo is one of the places of the beautiful eternal city that cannot be neglected. It is no coincidence that this place has inspired many songwriters, artists and even directors: for example in the famous American colossal film Angels and Demons the Castle appears in more than one scene.