Andrea's Rome B&B

Via Sarnano 36, Rome, 00156, Italy
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From Rometributina to St Angelo Castle

by Snejina

Ciao Rome,

With the help of VT members i found that there is a bust which drives from the airport F to Tributina railway station only for 7 euro/pp.
Can someone help me, which bus number I have to take from Tributina to reach my hotelvery close to castelo St.Angelo.
thnaks a lot


Re: From Rometributina to St Angelo Castle

by gildapaolina

Take the metro B (Laurentina) to Termini station. Then take the bus n. 40 to Pia/Castel sant'Angelo.
Can find some more info on Rome transport site:

Re: From Rometributina to St Angelo Castle

by Snejina

thanks a lot, metro en busses cost 1 euro, correct?

Re: From Rometributina to St Angelo Castle

by gildapaolina

Yes, 1.00 euro for 75 minutes travel. You can use it on the entire transport network, so 1 ticket can be enough for your travel. Ciao!

Re: From Rometributina to St Angelo Castle

by Roadquill

ON the VT Rome page under transportation tips there are many solutions. I copied the following from one "tip" which would be faster, less expensive and less trouble " to avoid problems with taxis at FCO take the train direct to TIBURTINA STATION (beware: do not take 'Leonardo Express' train it's a direct link to termini station and cost too much) and get off at TRASTEVERE STATION, at Trastevere station take the TRAM 8 direction: ARGENTINA.
the end of the the line is Largo di torre Argentina.
with 4€ per person you'll reach your goal!
for more info visit: and" Once you get off when the tram terminates at ARGENTINA, you have about a 10-15 minute walk to Castel St. Angelo, or a short (and thus cheap) taxi ride.

Re: From Rometributina to St Angelo Castle

by Snejina

Thanks a lot for your advise, that's what i was asking few times, cheapest way to reach my goal, i travel with teenagers, they are still kids you have to take fully care for, but no discounts anymore not for admission fees, no for transport, not even for a hotel,

i appreciate highly your advise, thanks again!!

Re: From Rometributina to St Angelo Castle

by barbaradangelo

From the station in Fiumicino take the train to Fara Sabina and drop off in Trastevere station, then the tram N 8 as the other VTmember said.
Is the best and the cheap way

Re: From Rometributina to St Angelo Castle

by mccalpin

I don't know how many children you have, but note that a taxi from Fiumicino to the area immediately around Castel Sant'Angelo is a 40 euro fixed fare, for up to 4 people. The advantage here is that you go directly to your destination, instead of spending potentially 2+ hours the long way.

Going by way of Tiburtina is just crazy, as this means going from southwest of Rome to beyond the east side of the city center, then coming back again. The route suggested by Karl through the Trastevere station is considerably more direct, although it involves (1) the cheaper train from the airport to Trastevere (isn't that trip 5,50 euro?, or are you thinking that it's part of a pass?), (2) the tram up to Largo Argentina (as he says), and then (3) a long walk with luggage or taking bus #40, I think, up to Castel Sant'Angelo itself...of course, we don't know how close your hotel is to the Castel... after all, if your hotel is a half a kilometer north of the Castel, it would be closer (but not cheaper) to take the Leonardo Express (11 euro each) to Termini, then the Metro to something like the Lepanto station...but, if you have 4 people, the direct taxi would be cheaper as well as faster...

So tell us two things: (1) how many people do you have in your party, and (2) where is your hotel exactly?


Travel Tips for Rome

Green River

by karenincalifornia

Pick up a flat rock, skip it across green river.
--Creedence Clearwater Revival This beautiful view can be seen from the top of the Castel S. Angelo.

You'll note that the Tiber River (or Fiume Tevere) is very green and very opaque. Needless to say, watersports are not a big thing in Rome. No one even walks on the lower sidewalk along the river.

This link will take you to an article about the mystery of dead fish in the Tiber River.

Rome debates mystery of dead fish in Tiber River

If you are at a restaurant and the special is Tiber River trout almondine, you should order something else.

Ostia Antica

by Jmill42

I can not even begin to say how much I enjoyed Ostia Antica. I believe it to be better than Pompeii. I spent the better part of 4 hours roaming around the well-preserved streets, markets, stadiums, and restaurants.

Roman Cinema

by nicolettart

If you have the time, you may want to see what's playing at the movie theater. There are many theaters throughout Rome, but here are a few:
*Warner Village in Piazza della Repubblica
*several on Via Cola di Rienzo

Delicious, course after course

by danasuzanne about The Old Bear

The Old Bear is my family's favorite when staying in Rome. The place is very rustic & relaxed. There is a large menu, but everything is made fresh. The food is to die for! The hosts are so warm and welcoming. We usually sit for hours over many bottles of wine and delicious food and never feel rushed. The salads, cheese & antipasto are great. The mussels in broth are a delicious way to start off, of course, follow it with a homemade pasta. It is worth the diet nedessary when you arrive home! They also have a full bar with liquors & beer downstairs. I think it is primarily a local place, pretty close to the fabulous Piazza Novona. You'd never know it was there unless you were looking for it. The homemade spagetti with fresh tomato sauce & romano cheese is so good. It's very simple, but perfectly prepared.


by itravelitalia

October 3-5 Marino will celebrate the Sagra dell’uva. This festival has been going on since 1925. This hilltop town 40 minutes from Rome will adorn its fountains with grapes, decorate the terraces with flowers and set up stands throughout the streets.

At the end of the festival, on the 5th, the town’s fountains will flow with wine instead of water! What fun! It is a great party, with food, music and wine of course!


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