1&1 Liberty Rome

Via Germanico 109, Rome, 00192, Italy
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From Rome to Florence and Napoli by train

by vincentbuhagiarooooo

Can i have some tips regrading cost and ways to travell by train to these two city from Rome. (Florence & Naples)
Thank you in advance

Re: From Rome to Florence and Napoli by train

by leics

Well, you can only travel by train at the fares quoted on the official Italian railway website:


You will see that regional trains, which are slower, are cheaper than the faster inter-city/Eurostar trains for example.

You may be able to take advantage of cheap offers by booking in advance online (if your card is accepted) and collecting the tickets from ticket machines when you arrive. Make sure you have the same card with you!

Re: From Rome to Florence and Napoli by train

by vincentbuhagiarooooo

Thanks very helpfull

Re: From Rome to Florence and Napoli by train

by iandsmith

Also, be careful when getting on and off the train in Napoli. There will be people there trying to con you out of your money by offering help. They even have uniforms so it's very confusing.
Then, if you catch a cab, make sure you know how much you're paying IN ADVANCE.
Just a couple of tips for you in Napoli.

Re: From Rome to Florence and Napoli by train

by AsturArcadia

You can cut your train fare by more than half if you are prepared to use local, stopping/semi-fast services rather than expensive (and with seat reservation) EC or IC expresses. More fun, too, since these trains are used by locals, rather than visitors, and may even be less crowded. Between Roma and Napoli, Formia is a useful base for exploration,, with an excellent and cheap hotel just across the station forecourt.

Re: From Rome to Florence and Napoli by train

by craic

be sure to validate your ticket in the little yellow box on the platform before you get on the train - you can get fined

Travel Tips for Rome

In Praise of Rick Steves

by shrimp56

In Praise of Rick Steves
I've come to the conclusion that Rick Steves, as annoying as he can be, gets a bad rap. Since I hadn't been to Rome in a while I bought his Rome book to help with the practicalities. And it did in spades. Among the tidbits gleamed, all of which were good advice:

1. Get the Roma Pass at a smaller museum and use the two free admissions that come with it for the more expensive sites such as Forum/Colosseum. We bought it at Massimo Palazzo and used it there and at the Forum etc...
2. At the Borghese start upstairs to avoid the early Bernini crowds. Then visit the Berninis while everyone else goes upstairs.
3. His Vatican advice was spot on. Not just which rooms to visit on a one morning sojourn, BUT sharing the "secret" of the group exit door from the Sistine Chapel that allows you to go directly to St Peters without going all the way back through the museum and then walking around. There was a guard at the bottom of the stairs, but he was less than concerned. Rick DOES warn not to take the audio tour as it must be returned at the museum entrance and that sometimes the door is closed and/or policed. Given mr mc's hip and the amount of hard marble floors in the museum, this escape hatch was a godsend.

So thank you Rick Steves.

sunny times

by suubi

Dont forget a small rucksack for your lunch box. With warm temperatures nearly all year round, you require light clothing accompanied with strong walking shoes which can withstand the stony historical streets.
I also found a hat very helpful under the September sun. Though you can obtain photography equipment in Rome, I would rather advise you to carry your own to avoid paying exclusive prices.


by lina112 about Lindt chocolate shop

Apart to be the main train station termini is a very big shopping center where you can find all kind of cloths, shoes, bags, jewelry and CHOCOLATESSSS!!!!!!.
On the road to metro line A we found a lind shop, chocolates lindt everywhere. We decided to buy the pick mix, 1 kilograme cost 31 euros, is expensive but you can take home a very good sellection of chocolates. I did not spend the 31 euros but i spent some euros with the nociato or hazzelnut. Ummmmm

Descubrimos una tienda de chocolates lindt en la estación de tren de termini y nos volvimos locas, ummmm chocolates lindt por todas partes. La tienda esta de camino a la parada de metro de la linea A. Venden tabletas de chocolates, chocolate en polvo, cajas de bombones y bombones sueltos para comprar al peso. 1 kilo de bombones cuesta 31 euros, no nos gastamos los 31 euros pero compramos unos cuantos bombones.

Close to the Colosseum

by joiwatani about Grand Caffe Ristorante Bar & Pizzeria

The restaurant is just at the opposite of the main entrance of the colosseum ( I can't say at back of the colosseum because it is circular, dah!). If you are coming from the main entrance of the colosseum, you loop to the left to get into the road and right again going up overlooking somewhat of the colosseum.

The restaurant is close to a bus stop, too. This is the closest restaurant that you can really spot at the colosseum. If you head to the colosseum and get hungry touring around later on, just drop by at this restaurant at lunchtime. They don't open early though. I actually didn't go inside the restaurant because I was at the colosseum very early in the morning when the sun was just rising! So, the restaurant was still close.

I love going around the colosseum very early because I can have the colosseum by myself. At that time, I saw only early joggers and some residents who are up and about catching the bus going to their work.


by Malecka

I know that probably 80% of the whole World population likes Italian food. Well, I do too, only in Rome I didn't want to waste anytime so... luckily, there are many... self-service places (one just outside of termini) where lots of stuff is sold: not only pizza, but also pasta of any kind, vegetables, meat... everything. So just grab a quick bite and continue walking.
There is agreat place on Via del Corso (the main street)...
enjoy... I love the plain Margarita... just tomato and mozzarella cheese, but make sure you order the mozzarella di buffala, which is the original mozzarella cheese.


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