Apart Residence Sacconi Hotel Rome

4 out of 5 stars4 Stars

Via G. Sacconi, 12, Rome, Lazio, 00196, Italy
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Costs 31% less and rated 12% higher than other 4 star hotels

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  • Business66

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Can someone identify these Rome locations?

by freeflyur

I will be visiting Rome later this year, and I would like to see the following locations from the movie Camille 2000 filmed in Rome in 1968. Can someone please help identify the locations for me? They're probably very familiar to most but I've never been to Rome before. Thanks in advance!
Perry

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Re: Can someone identify these Rome locations?

by leics

Think rome1 is the Spanish Steps, but don't recognise the others.

For other members: you have to take off [/IMG] to get the photos up.

Re: Can someone identify these Rome locations?

by effeti

No, the Spanish steps are different:
http://www.angelotrusiani.it/spagna1.JPG

Re: Can someone identify these Rome locations?

by mccalpin

I don't recognize any of the locations, either...and I lived in Rome...

I wonder if these are places around Rome as opposed to in Rome itself?

Bill

Ciao', Francesco!!!

Re: Can someone identify these Rome locations?

by bekerovka

Hy,
Roma4 is the Casina Valadier on Pincian Hill http://www.tamtamtravel.com/opera.php?opera=250
Roma2 seems the other side of Pincian Hill, not from Piazza del Popolo
Roma1 is in the EUR
Ciao, Marco

Re: Can someone identify these Rome locations?

by leics

Glad I was wrong about the Spanish Steps...should have trusted my initial instincts.....

Re: Can someone identify these Rome locations?

by Doraemon74

Hello,

quite sure.

the number 1 is the "scalea bruno zevi", near via delle belle arti. Check the "zebra" near the car ;) http://maps.google.it/?ie=UTF8&ll=41.916414,12.481792&spn=0,359.998069&t=h&z=20&layer=c&cbll=41.916579,12.481798&panoid=1RTIJL1PCVBXdd4OeqbamQ&cbp=12,213.47,,0,9.06

The number 2 is Villa Miani. Itss a beautiful villa on the top of the Monte Mario hill. To compare check this photo: www.romaspqr.it/Villegiardini/Villa_Miani.jpg

The number 4 is Casina Valadier. Check: http://ecir2007.fub.it/img/CasinaValadier.jpg

Re: Can someone identify these Rome locations?

by freeflyur

Grazie to you all and grazie molte to Doraemon74 for identifying all locations!

Travel Tips for Rome

Parco Appio Claudio

by alemir82

This park situated between Via Appia Nuova and Via Tuscolana, is an excellent place to take a break from the city. The park is surrounded by the remains of three aqueducts: the Marcius aqueduct dating back to 140 B.C.; the Claudius aqueduct from 52 A.D.; and the Felice aqueduct from 1500 A.D. You can take a relaxing stroll and admire the amazing structures.

Via Lemonia

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by karen_mo

Resort The best thing I took to Rome was the AA Spiral Bound guide book which was just right for the 5 day trip. I would highly recommend this book. Try out some of the walks too if you have time as you just keep coming across the most wonderful things in this city.

Galleria Alberto Sordi

by icunme about Shopping Mall - Rome style

You can find almost everything here - clothing, stationery, Lundt chocolate shop, music, books -- and on a sweltering Rome day, the air conditioning alone beckons to you if you are anywhere near the entrance. The Galleria Alberto Sordi was built in 1914 on the former Palazzo Piombino and is named after the famous Italian actor who died during the year before it re-opened, honoring his name. The arcade facility is located right in front of the column of emperor Marcus Aurelius. The arcade had always been one of the city's strategic meeting places. Obscure actors were know to gather here during the first half of the 20th century in hopes of securing an engagement. For 20 years arcade had gradually fallen into decay and became an abandoned place where the homeless spent the night. Its revival and reopening in 2003 permitted two generations of roman people to step into the former Galleria Colonna for the first time in their life.

For those who are familiar with Milano, you might say it is reminiscent of the Milano Galleria - only on a much smaller scale - perhaps it is the glass ceiling.

The lovely stained glass ceiling is complimented by a centrally located bar and cafe where you can leisurely await the final hour(s) of your companion's shopping sprees. Almost anything - always check tags for "Made in Italy" as there is so much now that is "made in China" From average prices to slightly more expensive than the off-Corso shops.

Cheap and Cheerful

by Cathy24 about On the way to the Vatican Museums

We got a flyer on the way to the Vatican Museums offering pizza and a coke for €6 so off we went (I cant't remember the name of the place we went but there were loads and loads of similar places round that way).

We went and got lovely calzone pizzas, coke and two lovely tubs of ice cream for €16! Really lovely snack and great value. If you are around the Vatican at lunchtime head off round the side towards to Vatican Museums and you'l find all the little restaurants.

Also dont forget to fill up your water bottles at the free icy cold water at the Vatican fountains.

the best pizza in Rome

by anne_h about Baffetto

Pizzeria Baffetto is a Roman institution. It's a narrow room on one of the most charming streets in Rome, Via del Governo Vecchio, not far from Piazza Navona. It's a very Roman experience in that it's always crowded and you'll have to stay on top of things to make sure you get a table in the proper order. Try the pizza capricciosa, my favorite. Good antipasti too.

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