Ares Rooms

Via Domenichino 7, Rome, Lazio, 00187, Italy
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Day Trip Rome To The Amalfi

by Billwalker

Who would you recommend we use for this day trip. ? We would prefer one that didn't include Pompeii as we will do a separate trip there.

Re: Day Trip Rome To The Amalfi

by monorailgold

If you'll be visiting Pompeii and the Amalfi coast I suggest to do it as an overnight. This'll give you enough time to enjoy the two sites. Find a cheap hotel, leave the majority of your things back in Rome and take a nice overnight to visit the two sites. No sense trying to rush through either site.

Donna

Re: Day Trip Rome To The Amalfi

by xymmot

You could rent a car, or a car and driver. It would be a all day affair. There are tour agency that does bus tours there and drop you off in towns for a few hours, try Amalfi coast tours, about 100USD per person. (http://www.limoservicesrome.eu/AMALFISIGHTSEEINGtours.htm#private naples tours)
check their website, hope this helps, Cheers Tommy x

Re: Day Trip Rome To The Amalfi

by leics

I would not really recommend the Amalfi Coast as a day trip from Rome. It is a long way (Pompeii is rather nearer) and will be tiring.

But, if you do, it's best to take an organised day tour. A private car & driver will cost you a fortune, and driving there and back will be exhausting (and Rome is a nightmare to drive in).

You will find most tours include Pompeii, for obvious reasons. But it is a vast site, and even two visits there will not be enough.

Examples from googling:

http://www.viator.com/tours/Rome/Pompeii-and-Amalfi-Coast-Small-Group-Day-Trip-from-Rome/d511-2635POM

http://www.colosseumtravel.com/day-trip-excursions/amalfi.php

Far better to stay a night or two in Sorrento (get there by train), visit Pompeii and Herculaneum by train (very easy indeed, very cheap) and take the wonderful ordinary bus along the Amalfi Coast road to visit Positano and Amalfi (also very easy indeed).

Train times, details and fares Rome > Napoli Centrale station (in English):

http://trenitalia.it/homepage_en.html

Walk to adjoining Napoli Garibaldi station and take the cheap, frequent Circumvesuviana train to Sorrento (around an hour):

http://www.vesuviana.it/web/en

Pompeii Scavi station the the Circumvesuviana line is opposite the site entrance, around 30 minutes from Sorrento. Herculaneum is 10 minutes' well-signed walk from Ercolano station on the same line, around 40 minutes from Sorrento.

Buses along the coast road leave frequently throughout the dayfrom outside Sorrento Circumvesuviana station. Buy tickets at the newsagent at the station entrance. Timetable here, under 'quadro 15':

http://www.sitabus.it/wps/portal/OrariCampania

There is also one daily bus service from Rome to Sorrento and back. Click 'prenota marozzi' to find info/book tickets (in Italian):

http://www.marozzivt.it/web.aspx

Travel Tips for Rome

Tombstones

by miclev21

Yeah yeah the vatican is nice and all, but you definitely need to go check out the tombstones...you will find some interesting characters. The crick in my neck from looking at the Sistine Chapel...but, definitely worth it!

There are many beautiful water...

by funnyl

There are many beautiful water fountains all over Rome, and also small taps, the water coming out is absolutely drinkable....its very cold and refreshing in the heat - supposed to be installed by a Pope.
We took this picture from the top of the Spanish steps at the Church which gave us a reasonably good top view of Rome.

Visit Castel Romano Outlet

by cristian_chitu about Men's Clothing

I was here in January 2007 and the prices was down with 30% to 70%.
You'll find here only designer outlets with big discount then the prices from the city. Everything you want between 100 - 1000 EUR or more, depending on how much you have

The Roman Carriages

by joiwatani

There are several Roman carriages at the colosseum. For some, they get into the carriage to loop around the colosseum just like in the old days. There are also Romans in uniforms to man the horses and the carriages.

Typical Food

by OttoMarzo about Rugantino

Once I've heard: "wow! Italian food in Italy is even better in Rome than in Italian restaurants in New York!". Hell, yeah! If you really wanna taste Italian food you don't have any other option but to eat it in Italy. And if you want to taste Roman flavours and typical dishes, Rugantino is my choice. Maybe it's not the best one, but my opinion is that it gives you the best quality/price rate. Roman kitchen is based on poor things, but very tasteful and yummy. Vegetarians may have some problems in picking dishes. Have a nice dinner! "Pasta alla Carbonara", "Pasta alla Amatriciana" and ""Saltimbocca alla Romana".

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