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to take taxi or to use the train from the airport to St Angelo Castle

by Snejina

Hi Rome Guys,

I am tavelling with 2 teenagers, i was wondering if there is a discount for kids in train tickets and admission fees.
Our hotel is close to St Angelo Castle, is it far away from Termini Station?
Can we walk or we have to take bus, tram, etc..
I wonder if it is worth to take the train /i have to pay for 3/ or a taxi from the airport.
There is discount in train tickets in Belgium for kids under 16, it is the same in Italy?

Thanks for advising,
Snej

Re: to take taxi or to use the train from the airport to St Angelo Castle

by monorailgold

Hello,

The train is 11 euros a person to the termini station and from there I would recommend a cab as the Castel S. angelo is quite a bit away.

A better solution would be to hire a car at romecabs.com. They will meet you with a sign outside of baggage claim and take you directly to your hotel. This will cost 50 euros for the 3 of you. This is the option I choose as they help you with your luggage and are waiting for you outside of baggage claim and take you directly to the car. From there, it is about half an hour to the city and your hotel.

You can take a cab from the airport ( I am assuming you are talking about FCO) for 45 euros. Make sure to get one from the cab rank and not someone who approaches you. Also, make sure you tell them you know there is a fixed fee and that it includes luggage. Sometimes they try to take advantage of you and charge you double or triple of what they should.

As for a discount, usually it is for kids 10 and under on the metro system in Rome. The express train does not offer discounts for teenagers. As for discounts to sites, if you are a member of the EU you will qualify for discounts if you produces resident papers. If you are not a member of the EU, you will pay full price.

You might want to check out the romapass.it. It is a discount card that offers 2 free admissions and discounts at many sites in Rome. It doesn't cover the vatican but the list of sites it does cover is very large. Along with the 2 free sites and discounts you also get a three day transportation pass. It is good for the metro system, busses and trams in Rome. Check out the site for all the things it covers.

Donna

Re: to take taxi or to use the train from the airport to St Angelo Castle

by cpiers47

I just wanted to second Donna's advice. Once you're in Rome, taxis are the best way to get around quickly (and you'll need it to get to your hotel). As she said, the airport is outside the city and the hired car sounds like a great idea.

Re: to take taxi or to use the train from the airport to St Angelo Castle

by galitha

Hi,
I was in Rome 3 weeks ago, wondering like you... well, a taxi from the airport cost us 45 Euros, while train ticket costs 11.5 euro. as far as I know same price for 16 years old.
Regarding St Angelo Castle, it's really far from Termini... So you'll need to take the train (34.5 Euros for 3 people) and than a taxi... sums same as the taxi option, but bigger headech and longer time.

So it's up to you.

Anyway, Enjoy Rome!

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Montella nel Vicolo

by Tunda_F

Rome is famous in the world to be a religious city,yes here there is one of the largest number of churces and here lives the pope,but most of people in the world don't know wich is the exact religion of the roman inhabitants:A.S. Roma!!! Totti is God and Cassano his prophet.I know,all Italy loves football,but to be a Roma's fun is a faith!
Also known as "a'maggica" (the magic) Roma team is yellow and red:don't forget! In rome there is another football club:the Lazio.Two of the most important days of the year are when the two football clubs play against:the derby of the capital.During the game everybody is concentrated on it,and walking on the roads you can understand when someone of the Roma makes a goal from the noise rising.

The Knights of Malta Keyhole

by cmarsek

One of the great views of St. Peter's is from the top of Aventine Hill through the Knight's of Malta Keyhole. It is a bit of a hike and is sort of out of the way but it was well worth it to me. The path is located very near to the Circus Maximus.

A wee bit o' the north

by american_tourister about Nag's Head Pub

The Nag's Head is a Scottish Pub located on via Quatro Novembre just two blocks East of the Piazza Venicia. It offers a respite for English speaking persons who want plain conversation, good beer, and a homey atmosphere. The Filpina waitresses all speak fluent English and Italian. It's was a wonderful interlude to almost every day while we were there. Everyone there was friendly and loved the baby, especially when he saw a Heineken bottle and said "Beer!" Suits to shorts, all are welcome.

Pizza take-aways

by jurkka about Several in the city

There is several small pizza places that locals drop by to get a slice weighed and eaten fast.
Those are visible in the counter, and the heated when you buy.

NOTE; this is not the healthiest way, and re-heating food for sale would be prohibited in Finland... but i liked the cheap pizzas for small hunger. Pizza 400 grams

Spanish Steps ??

by traveloturc

First of all this steps has nothing to do with Spain.They are build and founded by French people in order to link The Trinita Church uphill (build by Louis XII for some people in 1502 for some in 1495 to celebrate his invasion of Naples) to the Spanish Plaza...What s the relation with spanish ..because Spanish Ambassador to the Holy See had his embassy here. The square, at that time, was considered Spanish territory.The square and the church is linked by the monumental Spanish steps, built between 1723-1726 designed by Francesco de Sanctis. This steps are always populated and I presume because this is an ideal place to take pictures for the groups due to physical situations of the steps.

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