NephroCare - Cer.Lab srl - Roma

Roma, The Eternal City

Rome, the Eternal City, offers its visitors panoramas and emotions that are difficult to forget, every year it attracts millions of visitors from all over the world to discover what has been the largest metropolis of the Roman Empire. Rome is not only the cradle of Roman civilization, but it is also the heart of Catholic Christianity and, unique in the world, it houses the Vatican City inside.

Rome is the perfect city to visit at any time of the year and offers its visitors a multitude of cultural events, from permanent exhibitions, to numerous museums, galleries and theatres that exhibit works of art ranging from antiquity to the present day: from the Capitoline and Vatican Museums to Galleria Borghese and Galleria Doria Pamphili, from the Quirinale Museum, to the National Gallery of Modern Art and to the Macro, to the Palazzo delle Esposizioni, to the Opera House, the National Academy of Santa Cecilia, the Brancaccio Theater and the Sistina Theater, the Eliseo Theater and the summer Globe Theater in Villa Borghese.

Our NephroCare Cer.lab unit in Rome is easily accessible by every means of public transportation. CER.LAB dialysis unit  has set itself the goal of giving Patients the best possible dialysis, in all its aspects, technological and service, at all times. With its coordinated and pre-established procedures, its membership of the NephroCare® Group and Fresenius Medical Care, a world-leading company in the field of dialysis patient care, is one of the prerequisites of the commitment that CER.LAB dialysis unit has contracted with whoever chose it. Collaborators are an integral part of this Vision; the human relationship and the warmth of people remain values not to be given up. Several treatments shifts, from Monday to Saturday, morning, afternoon and evening, are offered to the traveling patients, with the possibility of opening dedicated shifts for groups of patients who request it.

Activities & Sights

Visit to Imperial Rome: from the Colosseum to the Imperial Forums, the Domus Aurea, the Pantheon, the Baths of Caracalla and the Circus Maximus. Time seems to stand still: a simple walk through the streets of the city becomes a real immersion in the past. Underground Rome: in the bowels of the city are hidden narrow and intricate tunnels, still functioning aqueducts, frescoes and sarcophagi, rich patrician houses including Nero's Domus Aurea and ancient Christian places of worship such as the well-known catacomb of San Sebastiano.

Visit to Papal Rome:

the Vatican, the basilicas of San Giovanni in Laterano, Santa Maria Maggiore, Castel Sant’Angelo, San Paolo Fuori le Mura and the Catacombs. San Pietro, the largest of the basilicas, the result of the work of great artists such as Bramante, Michelangelo, Bernini. Here a visit to the Vatican Museums is a must, inside which, in the Sistine Chapel, there is the immense fresco by Michelangelo which dominates the viewer from above.

Visit to Rome of the squares and fountains:

How can we forget the Trevi Fountain, in Piazza di Spagna the Barcaccia fountain and the monumental Spanish Steps?

Piazza Navona, dominated by the imposing Doria Pamphili palace and the splendid Church of Santa Agnese and the Fountain of the Four Rivers. And for those who cannot resist the temptation of shopping and the charm of high fashion, a visit to the elegant Via Condotti, a few steps from the Spanish Steps.

Visit to the Rome of the Villas and Parks:

City among the richest in the world of green spaces, villas and magnificent parks, Rome offers many opportunities to immerse yourself in nature: Villa Borghese, Villa Torlonia, Villa Aida, Villa Pamphili and the Celio Park. If the city gardens were not enough, there are a hundred National and Natural Parks, protected Reserves and Oasis to choose from: in close symbiosis with nature, they are suitable for anyone who wants to explore the area away from the stress and confusion of everyday life.

Visit to the Castelli Romani:

Traditional outing of the Romans, the Castles are the ideal destination to find refreshment from the summer heat by immersing yourself in nature: Tivoli, Unesco heritage and renowned spa resort, Frascati, Grottaferrata, Marino, Rocca di Papa, Albano Laziale, Nemi and Velletri up to the village of Castel Gandolfo, once the summer residence of popes and Roman nobility, they are the ideal destination to discover the food and wine tradition of the area by stopping at the famous "fraschette".

Rome by the seaside:

And for those who want to enjoy a relaxing holiday, the sea is only a stone's throw from the city centre: Ostia Lido, a destination loved by tourists of all ages, offers beaches of fine sand, crystal clear water and fun thanks to the numerous live music concerts organized in the summer. Equally exclusive holiday resorts on the Lazio coast are: Fregene, Sperlonga, Sabaudia, Ladispoli, ideal for families and children, beaches that slope gently towards the sea, a landscape that alternates gentle hills, pines, palms and oleanders, where outdoor sports can be performed without giving up to tranquillity. Finally, Santa Marinella - the pearl of the Tyrrhenian Sea - once a holiday resort loved by the stars of Italian cinema and the international jet set, now the undisputed destination of nautical tourism.


Rome is easily accessible by any means and from any part of Italy: it is possible to choose between two railway stations, Termini and Tiburtina, and two airports, Fiumicino and Ciampino and a dense underground network that connects every part of the city to the historic centre. You can find perfect accommodations to satisfy every taste, every need and every pocket: each neighbourhood has its own personality and atmosphere that can make your stay in the Eternal City a unique event. The San Lorenzo university district offers several affordable solutions. Likewise, via Nazionale and Piazza della Repubblica, near the central Termini station, offer economically interesting solutions. The Prati district, close to the Vatican, is a strategic area for visiting the city thanks to its proximity to Castel Sant'Angelo and the same can be said of the Flaminio district and, if you have the opportunity to choose without budget limits, accommodation and hotels located in the centre, like via del Babuino or via Condotti, they will allow you to fully experience the city.

Food and traditions, neighbourhoods to discover and events

In the heart of Rome stands Trastevere, one of the most suggestive and characteristic neighbourhoods of the capital. Pubs, typical restaurants and night clubs, open until the first light of dawn, will be the ideal destination if you want to have fun and enjoy good Roman cuisine. Let your palate be enveloped by the intense taste of cacio e pepe pasta and the timeless carbonara, two simple and tasty dishes part of the Roman culinary tradition and finish off by treating yourself to a refreshing "grattachecca".

In the picturesque district of Sant'Angelo rises - city within the city - the Jewish ghetto of Rome: today one of the most culturally lively areas of the city, an unmissable place for all food and wine enthusiasts. Here, renowned restaurants offer, in addition to traditional kosher dishes, delicacies of the Jewish-Roman cuisine such as the famous "artichokes alla giudia".


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