Al 55 Hotel

3 out of 5 stars3 Stars

VIA DELLE CARROZZE 55 00187 ROMA ITALY, Rome, Lazio, Italy
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Satisfaction Excellent
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Value Score Poor Value

Costs 65% more than similarly rated 3 star hotels

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  • Couples90
  • Solo0
  • Business100

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Forum Posts

Getting From Rome To Siena

by Billwalker

Which would you recommend the train or the bus ?

Re: Getting From Rome To Siena

by microsensazione

I'd suggest train.
About timetables take a look on:


Re: Getting From Rome To Siena

by microsensazione

By bus I have found something on this link:

Anyway I consider train more comfortable...

Welcome in my Country!

Re: Getting From Rome To Siena

by Mozumbus

For trains, you have to make a change at Chiusi, which would not be much of a problem, imo... Fare, as shown by (same website as noted above), is 13.1 Euro for Regional Trains while there are other option too.

Btw, if you are also going to Florence, then making a trip to Siena from there makes more sense...

Re: Getting From Rome To Siena

by cmcard2

taking the train out of rome is easily done, especially if connecting from the underground to the train station - from there you will be able to get close to siena - work a bit on where to arrive, and then transport to siena - if going to florence, as was suggested, can go to the train station of SMN, and then the bus station is adjacent.

Re: Getting From Rome To Siena

by JohanIsWeg

Bill, if you were going directly from the airport, I'd say rent a car and travel via Tarquinia to Civita di Bagnoregio and then onward to Orvieto before finishing in Siena. That way you'll experience a bit of Umbria as well as Tuscany ;-)

Otherwise, I concur with the others: the train.

Travel Tips for Rome

Exchange Money.!

by siso010

It is not recommended to exchange money in the airport they give a very bad exchange rate.

try to exchange from the downtown.

here you are one.

Get out from Termini the right gate.
look to your left you will find the word Combio which equal Exchange.

go toward it its the better rates there.

I gatti di Roma

by OrlandoBR

Rome is the city of cats. There are LOTS of them there. Roman cats are big and fat, and they love to hang out in the Coliseum and Roman Forum - basically, where there are ruins, there are cats. Try to catch them, they're usually docile, even though my sister was bitten once. You'll find calendars, books, postcards, all kinds of memorabilia of these little nice Roman creatures.


by actor22_2000 about Souvenirs (General)

Best place to buy souvenirs will be the booths on the side streets of main tourist areas.
A nice t-shirt 5 Euros.
When looking at prices be aware that the shirt may look the same but you will find differences in the silk screen compared to embroidery as well as the type of material.
Purchase one size larger than you wear in the US.

Shuttle bus

by tini58de

After we arrived in Rome, we were quite surprised to find a sign with a Germanwings Shuttle Bus Service, which took us directly from Fiumicino Airport to Stazione Termini. they charged 8€ one way, 12,50 € return - which was even less than the regular train ticket would have cost us!

Going back from Termini to the airport you must watch out to get on the right bus, because there are different airports in Rome and the different airlines fly into the different airports. If you don't watch out, you might have an unpleasant surprise!!!

Dining in the Shadow of the Coliseum

by von.otter about Hostaria al Gladiatore

“Hail Caesar, those who are about to die salute you.”
— the Gladiator’s Salute

Given the location of Hostaria al Gladiatore, directly across the street from the Coliseum, it cannot but attract a touristy crowd.

The food is good, not great. It is ordinary, both in quality and imagination.

We took the opportunity, along with many other tourists, to escape a sudden rainstorm. Therefore, the suddenly crowded restaurant caused service to be slow.

Although there might be better places to eat in the area, if you are caught in a rainstorm this ristorante will keep you dry and satisfy your hunger, albeit in an ordinary way.


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Address: VIA DELLE CARROZZE 55 00187 ROMA ITALY, Rome, Lazio, Italy