10 e Lode

Via Tripolitania 195, Rome, Lazio, 00199, Italy
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Apartment rental for 100euro?

by ukitali

I've been looking on this website for an apartment: http://www.rentalinrome.com/index.htm Is this a good site to use? It'll be me and my boyfriend and we're looking for a nice apartment centrally located but not necessarily in the middle of a crazy tourist section. Somewhere cute and hip. Anyone have any suggestions? Also what's the easiest way to get from Fiumicino to the center of Rome?

Re: Apartment rental for 100euro?

by leics

Can't help with apartment rentals (not sure I would describe anywhere in Rome as 'cute and hip', though perhaps Trastevere might fit the bill?).

But from Fiumicino the easiest way (apart from a taxi, of course) is to take the train to Rome Termini. The Leonardo Express takes about 30 minutes and costs 11 euro one-way, ordinary stopping trains take a bit longer but are cheaper.

http://www.trenitalia.com/en/index.html has times and fares (click cart) in English.

Re: Apartment rental for 100euro?

by spadamagica

Check out www.tripade.com
It's a free travel directory.

Re: Apartment rental for 100 euro?

by ss0

Not sure what the center of Rome is. Termini station might qualify. But another way in from FCO is the FR1 train (sometimes listed as FS1, I think). It takes 27 min. to the Trastevere station (5.50 Euros this past December...might be a little more now) and runs every 15 min.

From there, take the #8 tram towrd Largo Argentina. Goes right through the heart of Treastevere and continues across the river to Largo Argentina...a VERY convenient location for lodging and sights. (We stayed in the Jewish ghetto section couple of blocks south of L. Argentina and loved it...but it was a hotel -- 95 Euros off-season).

Either way, getting to Rome from FCO by train is a snap. Just remember to stamp your ticket in the machine before you get on the train.

Re: Apartment rental for 100euro?

by vic70

rentalinrome.com - it is nice site and they have really nice apartments. The question is that bee aware to book on time not in the last moment. You can mail them all you requests and wishes, so they look for you something apropriate.

Re: Apartment rental for 100euro?

by rita_simoes

Mmm appartment renting is Rome (like every other accomodation) is VERY expensive. Do you mean 100 euros per night? How long will you stay?

Re: Apartment rental for 100euro?

by vic70

Not agree with Rita Simoes, you can find really nice apartments or B&B even around 80 euro. At the same time to find something nice for that money in hotels is very dificult.

Re: Apartment rental for 100euro?

by rita_simoes

No, I just don't know if she meant 100€ per night. 100€ per night for an appartment seems too much for me, you can find nice appartments much cheaper.

Travel Tips for Rome

Last Stop

by Pawtuxet

Our Italian cab driver insisted we must see ONE MORE THING before leaving Rome ... and so on our way to the airport he drove up into the hills to this door. You must look through a little hole in the gate to a wonderful garden...and you can see the Vatican perfectly framed in the distance. It's a MUST, he says. The gate and garden were designed for this....and it would be a pity if noone was taken there to see it after all that planning. :-)

Best Church Mosaics in Rome?

by Lacristina

Less than a two minute walk from Santa Maria Maggiore, one of the "pilgrim" basilicas, and one of the most famous churches in Rome, stands a smaller jewel of a church - Santa Prassede. Don't miss what may be the best mosaics you'll find in Rome.

The picture I've included is of the apse mosaic behind the main alter. My camera couldn't do justice to the Chapel of St. Zeno, to the right of the altar as you face it. Bring along some .50 euro coins to turn on the lights and be prepared to be delighted. It is literally like stepping inside a jeweled box. The mosaics date from the 9th century and are in the Byzantine style, which is uncommon in Rome. You'll see a resemblance to the mosaics of Santa Cecelia in Trastevere if you go there.

You'll also find a broken marble pillar, said to have been brought back to Rome by St. Helen, the mother of Constantine, the first Christian Roman Emperer. It is supposed to be the pillar at which Jesus was scourged before he was crucified.

The floor, which is 20th century, is still an exquisite version of the Cosmati floors.

If you take a look at the photo, you'll see most of the halos are round - but the one on the far left is square. This indicates that the person being represented wasn't dead at the time the mosaic was being completed.

Address: 9/a Via de Santa Prassede/Via San Martino ai Monti

Normally open daily 07.30-12.00 and 16.00-18.30.

For more information check out:
Santa Prassede

bus from staion to Ciampino airport

by MarikaNy

In the middle of June 2008: bus from Termini railway station to Ciampino airport
- the bus leaves outside the station, in the street called Via Marsala
- it costs 6€ and you have to buy tickets in advance (there is little place in the station by the same street to buy them)
- it takes about half an hour to get to the airport, buses can be full quite soon, so be prepared to leave about three hours in advance
- the airport is small, you can easily find the right way in there

Everything Looks Good!

by nicolettart about Castroni

This is like Balducci's in NYC. You can grab an espresso, sandwich, buffalo mozzarella, suppli (rice balls), the choices for munchies are endless. I had the potato croquettes and goat cheese rolled in prosciutto to snack on as I window shopped. They wrap it to go for you too, if you'd like.

The Star of Rome

by Babzz

The highlight of any Rome visit. The Colosseum opened in AD 80 and was host to numerous gladitorial fights and other forms of Roman entertainment. Beneath the floor of the arena (from the Latin word harena meaning sand, which covered the floor to absorb blood) is a maze of cells and ramps which were used to hold and transport the gladiators, prisoners, and animals. These can still be viewed through the partially reconstructed floor.

I caught my first glimpse of this majestic work of architecture peaking over the far side of the Roman Forum from where I stood. What an impressive sight. To me what makes it most fascinating is how it sits in the middle of a bustling modern city. Cars and pedestrians go by indifferent to this awesome historical symbol. Unfortunately the Colosseum is deteriorating not only from age, but also from pollution.


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