Archimede

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Via dei Mille 19, Rome, Lazio, 00185, Italy
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Costs 30% less but rated 23% lower than other 4 star hotels

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  • Couples40
  • Solo50
  • Business33

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Forum Posts

viterbo to rome train/bus

by jeffreyfessel

Can you provide a schedule of trains for October 14th that go from Viterbo to Rome without changing trains? Alternatively, to go by bus?
Thanks.

Re: viterbo to rome train/bus

by cubsur

Which station in Rome and which station in Viterbo?

So far as I can tell it not possible to reach Roma Termini (the main station0 station from Viterbo Porta Romana station without changing at Roma Ostienses station.

www.trenitalia.it

has English language timetable searches for the details.

Re: viterbo to rome train/bus

by mccalpin

There are actually two different rail routes out to Viterbo from "Rome", the FR3 and the Roma-Viterbo regional railroad.

You can see the schedules for the FR3 at the trenitalia website that cubsur gave you. This is a commuter train that makes frequent stops and runs about once an hour through the day...note that this means that the schedule will likely be lighter on Sundays and holidays (which the 14th is not, so far as I know).

It's true that this train does not go to Roma Termini, but it does stop at a half a dozen or more stations in Rome before it leaves town. Depending on where you are staying, one of these stations may be more convenient anyway. Not only do we have Roma Ostiense and Roma Trastevere, but also Roma San Pietro (south of the Vatican), Roma Valle Aurelia (west of the Vatican in a residential area) and several others. Note that Rome Ostiense is easily reached by the Metro if you are near a Metro stop.

The schedule for the other train (the Roma-Viterbo regional railway) is found on the ATAC website, the public transit system. See http://www.atac.roma.it/files/doc.asp?r=899
This schedule seems oddly limited. Note that it departs from "Roma P. F." which I assume is something like "Porta Flaminia" as this location is just north of Piazza del Popolo at or near the Metro Flaminio stop. Note that "Feriale" is Monday through Saturday, and "Festivo" is Sundays and holidays.

As for buses, there are also CoTral buses (www.cotralspa.it). See http://www.cotralspa.it/PDF_Orari_Comune/Viterbo.pdf for the schedules of all buses from anywhere to Viterbo. Look for "per Roma" on page 17 for buses to various locations in Rome, and for "da Roma" (page 71) for buses from Rome.

This schedule is rather confusing even for an Italian speaker like me, because it lists multiple locations in Viterbo as the starting point (the big blue type) and repeats the same routes...let me know if you're interested in the bus.

In Rome, the bus appears to stop at two Metro stops (Cipro and Cornelia), as well as at Saxa Rubra, a location well north of the city center.

Bill

Travel Tips for Rome

Tours

by rocast

If you are going to book a tour whoever you settle on avoid Tickitaly. I booked a tour and had an issue with the date (it was incorrectly booked for three months after I was due in Rome)Needless to say I had to buy fresh tickets but more importantly, despite telling Tickitaly about the mistake three months before the event they refused to refund. So if you want to enjoy Rome avoid this lot.

Italians

by monica71

Italians are happy people. They laugh a lot and sing even more! Don't be surprised if you stop by to have dinner and you hear the cook and the waiters singing.
One of the fondest memories we made in Rome was when we heard the cook singing while preparing the dishes we ordered. He even stopped by at our table at one point during dinner to ask us if we liked the food. We told him the food was delicious (and it was indeed!). He left happy from our table, went back to the kitchen and continued singing. What a great dinner we had! I hope you will have and will enjoy the same experience at least once while visiting Rome.

POMPEII: Home of the Vetti Brothers

by Krystynn

Here's the home of the Vetti brothers, 2 playboy siblings who also perished tragically when Mt Vesuvius erupted here in POMPEII.

These brothers were once part of Pompeii's social elite. Inside the huge house, you can still see lovely paintings in their original position! This house seems to be the least affected by the Vesuvius eruption. No wonder it is today one of the most visited places to explore in Pompeii.

Use your feet

by phred1910

You can plot a course that allows you to walk to most major sites within Rome. It has the added benefits of providing some exercise, burning off the food and drink you are bound to overindulge in, and allow you to discover hidden gems that you otherwise wouldn't.

COASY RESTURANT

by gugi66

A COASY RESTURANT LOCATED IN A ALLEY, SMALL TABLES. THE RESTURANT HAVE 4 TABLES OUTSIDE AND 6-7 INSIDE, A FAMILY RESTURANT WITH GOOD SERVICE.

PERFECT FOR COUPLES IN LOVE, DON´T MISS IT. THE TORTELLINI WAS THE BEST I´V EVER EATEN.

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Address: Via dei Mille 19, Rome, Lazio, 00185, Italy