Al Pantheon con Thomas Mann

Via del Pantheon 57, Rome, 186, Italy
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Trastevere - Via S. Francesco a Ripa

by spos

Hi, First time VT poster, I am about to book an apartment in this street in the Trastevere area. On most maps I dont see a metro station in this area .Is there buses that travel near or thru.
Also any comments re staying in this area of Rome

Thanks for comments.

Re: Trastevere - Via S. Francesco a Ripa

by mccalpin

Well, to be precise, "on no maps should you see a Metro station in this area". This is surface rail on the south side of Trastevere, but this is rather far from your street. Yes, buses run everywhere in Rome. This street is bisected by the major street Viale di Trastevere, which has a number of buses running along it, not to mention others all over the place.

However, please note that this street (depending on where you are on the street) is only about 500 meters from the Ponte Palatino...this bridge joins Trastevere to ancient Rome, because the Foro Boario and the Piazza della Bocca della Verita' are just on the other side of the bridge, and the northern end of the Circus Maximus is just 200 meters beyond that...with the rest of ancient Rome nearby (see a map). That is, you can walk to ancient Rome in less than 20 minutes.

This street is in the "bulge" of the Tiber...this is the part of Trastevere you want to be in, with Santa Cecilia and Santa Maria in Trastevere not far away...and don't worry, the rest of the city will be easy to access...

If you want to check out Rome's public transportation, look at my Rome page under Transportation Tips, where I tell you how to plot routes using the hard to find English pages of ATAC (the Rome transportation system)...


Re: Trastevere - Via S. Francesco a Ripa

by leics

Just to confirm that Rome is indeed eminently walkable, although you'll be able to access buses/trams/Metro easily enough from Trastevere (the city's public transport system is very good).

Re: Trastevere - Via S. Francesco a Ripa


Get a good map with bus and metro lines and you can work it out quickly.
Some other VT-ers stayed in apartments in Trastevere.
It was recently discussed:

You could email the posters if you need more specific advice. I trust member craic won't take long to find this post :-)

Re: Trastevere - Via S. Francesco a Ripa

by spos

Thank you for your detailed reply
Helps heaps

Re: Trastevere - Via S. Francesco a Ripa


you're welcome :-)

Travel Tips for Rome

Eating and Drinking in Roma

by cjg1

As the saying goes: When in Rome do as the Romans.... This is a good way to think when visiting Rome. Eating the local cuisine from local restaurants and drinking the fabulous Italian wine can only enhance the viit. We found some great little restuarants tucked into side streets with delicious food and wonderful wine. We also found some heavenly desserts and creamy gelatto while strolling the streets. Rome is definitely a cuilinary delight.

The Tiber River
Pictured here...

by makai

The Tiber River
Pictured here is the southern end of the Isola Tiberina, the island in the Tiber River in Rome and the ruins of an old Roman bridge that was here. The river is now at least 50 feet below the level it was in Roman times and presently not an attractive area for walking although there are stairs leading down.

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Subways in rome

by lashr1999

Ride the subways in Rome for the experience and see the 70's style graffiti on most trains:) The subways are even more packed than the ones in New York City during rush hour if that is even possible.

A great lunch spot along Via Appia Antica

by jmhenry1123 about Trattoria Cecilia Mettele

Have a grand feast al fresco beneath the vined patio.

Say you have just visited some catacombs or walked along the old Appian Way, this restaurant will certainly recharge you. It is a great locale for a mid afternoon lunch.

Also, it gives one a break from the rush and tourist geared restaurants in Rome.

It is typically closed on Mondays so remember that when making your plans. We were served this baked spinach liguine alfredo type entree as our primo piato. It was baked in these ceramic rammikins that resembled the tomb of Cecilia Mettele whose grand mausoleum sits out on the hill. It was very tasty.

The tiramisu was also delicious and this pignoli (pine nut) dessert was fantastic.

Collapse of the Titans

by mattreider

You must see the Colloseum. Really. Often, when in the midst of an NFL football game, I look around the stadium and think, "you know, a Roman emporor would fit right in around here." The sounds, the spectacle, the crowd -- all exactly the same as 2000 years ago. With less blood, hopefully.

Granted, no Catholics were killed here, and the building had a lot of its marble removed for those new fancy churches. But it's still cool.


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