Adagio City Aparthotel Garden

3 out of 5 stars3 Stars

Viale dell'Arte, 5A, Rome, Lazio, 00144, Italy
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Packing list?

by Sara86

Hi, i am travelling to Rome March 11-17th. Just wondering what kind of things i should pack for my trip. Whats the average weather in Rome at these times?? If anyone would give my a packing list or help out that'd be great. I really wanna pack light. thanks!

Re: Packing list?

by Durfun

Average conditions in Rome:
http://www.bbc.co.uk/weather/world/city_guides/results.shtml?tt=TT004000

So, roughly 6 hours of sunshine, average min temp = 7, ave max temp = 15 C

It 's a good time to vist as the tourist sights won't be crowded ;-)

Do pack a light jacket and cardigan/pullover for when it gets chilly at night.

Re: Packing list?

by wealthandhealth

Hi...

I am a light packer. You don't need much to travel through Rome just less than a week of clothing should do it.

Two pairs of shoes (runners)
4 pairs of underwear
1 pair of shorts
A coat for the rain...two pairs of jeans/slacks
Maybe some polyester shirts for clubs (won't wrinkle and will dry fast)

Remember that you can buy clothing there.

I LOVE this city so much that I went again the following year.

As you get in from Termini Station you can kind hostels and hotels in that area...but word of warning. Hostel prices fluctuate on a daily bases. One in particular in Rome which has a "yellow" theme; I spent about 28 euro for a room with 7 people. Choose, before entering.

The heart of Rome is walkable, so I would suggest to walk the entire city because it won't take long to get in between the major sites. Bring some good runners! :) You could start at the Colosseo and then map your way around. The Metro (2 lines) are awesome as they stop at most major sites.

If you need anymore info...ask me.

and visit my site at www.antonyscandale.com

Ci vediamo.

Re: Packing list?

by ricky52

Due to extreme climatic changes the World is experiencing at the moment, trying to predict the weather can be difficult because of local, on the day variations.
Most places now are seeing weather conditions well outside the norm.
The information below should be used as a guide only.

Here is the average weather for Rome for this time of year.
Enjoy your holiday.

March.
High 60f / 16c
Low 41f / 5c
Rain 2.70in / 68.0mm
Rain days 13
Hours of sun 5
Daylight hours 12
UV level 4 = Moderate
Humidity = Frost may occur in March

Re: Packing list?

by johngayton

You will not need to pack anything different for Rome that you haven't already packed for Paris LOL.

Re: Packing list?

by icunme

I just posted a News Flash on my ROME pages re the 17th Annual Marathon taking place March 17 - bring your shorts and join us! :))

Re: Packing list?

by icunme

Oopps - checking again, the Marathon is March 20th! :(

Travel Tips for Rome

ATM Vs Money Exchange

by panchoNkarina

Hello everyone,

I think this tip will be very helpful for those traveling for the first time to ROME or any other place. I'll just go straight to the point; if you run out of cash when in Rome, don't go to a Money Exchange bussiness, just go to ANY ATM near to where you are and as lon as your Debit or Credit card has a VISA, MASTERCARD (i cant remember more), you'll be able to get money out of it :).

I learned the hard way... i walked into a Money Exchange and asked for 200 Euros, my debit card was charged with 200E + 32% = 264E, yes that much, when i realized i clould use any ATM it was too late, an ATM will charge you a fraction of an Euro + your bank will charge you less than 2 USdlls (in my case) for the International Transaction, and i was able to take out up to 300E per day.

One more thing, don't forget to call to your Bank to let them know you'll be out of the country because some banks automatically cancel your cards as soon as they see it is been used in another country or far away from the zip code related to the card.

I hope you find this Usefull and Happy travel.

When in Rome, do COFFEE as the Romans do.

by endzoearth

If you are type of traveller that likes to blend in with the local culture as much as possible, here is a very small and simple tip to help you to do so.

As a general rule, CAPPUCCINO is a morning drink, whereas ESPRESSO is more of an afternoon/evening drink.

It's a very small thing, but sometimes it's those small things that give us away. And remember, it's only a general rule - people are different and do different things at different times. But keep it in mind if you want to blend in more.

View of the Spianata delle Peschiere

by Packerman

View of the Spianata delle Peschiere pool from the Organ Fountain at the Villa d'Este. We all had a great time feeding the fish old bread. They would come right to the surface and eat the bread, some even jumped around. Our kids laughed and laughed.

Stazione Termini - Leonardo Express

by gasca

The best (and the only) way to get to the city is with Leonardo Express train.

It takes half an hour without any stops, it costs 9.5 Euros (nov-05) and it leaves every ten minutes or so.

You can buy tickets on machines or at the man standing next to the platform.

Platorms are 25-29 and you have to walk 10 minutes to get to the platforms when you leave the city.

Wonderful Trattoria in Campo di Fiori

by sbenedec about Trattoria der Pallaro

There's no menu...you are greeted warmly and escorted to a table, and the courses begin...whatever you eat is whatever the owner/chef Paola Fazi is cooking that day. The food is scrumptious, and you get wine, antipasti, primo, secondo and dolci, along with pane e l'olio (bread and olive oil) as well. The cost is low and the atmostphere unforgettable. On the walls are photos of Paola's father who started the restaurant years ago. You aren't likely to see any tourists...mostly italians eat here and you will know why when you have tasted the food. It is off the main square, but worth the foray to find. It is usual that Paola makes an appearance from the kitchen, with a white napkin tied around her head to keep her cooler. She speaks zero english, but will flit to every table to make sure you are happy and well fed. If you don't speak italian, put your index finger to your cheek to indicate to her that it is mucho gusto (very tasty)...Buon appetito! I loved the bread, the entire meal actually...it was delicious. A wonderful oasis on a hot afternoon in Rome...

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Address: Viale dell'Arte, 5A, Rome, Lazio, 00144, Italy