Atahotel Domina Residence

Via Di Dragoncello 621, Rome, Lazio, 00122, Italy
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Indian Food +Accomodation

by RajivSuri

We are A Group of Friends (Indians). Where can we Find Indian Food and

Accomodation at Reasonable Prices , around 21st March 2010 for 3 Days.

Also, how do we go to Florence and back from Rome at most economical way.

Any help will be Greatly appreciated. Rajiv Suri

Re: Indian Food +Accomodation

by Donna_in_India

Hi - there are Indian restaurants in Rome - some in the Trastevere area. Himalaya's Kashmir is highly recommended. Please do have some delicious Italian food when in Rome though!!

Best way between Rome and Florence is the train. Check for schedule and fare info.

Have a great time!

Re: Indian Food +Accomodation

by RajivSuri

Many thanks to you for advice.

Rajiv Suri

Re: Indian Food +Accomodation

by Paisleypaul


There are two Indian restaurants I know, I have reviewed the better of the two -in my opinion - Maharaja they have a website be sure you are looking at te Rome restaurant! The other beside it on Via Dei Serpenti I think is called Mother India. Both are 500 metres or so from the nearest point of the Colosseo. Via dei Serpenti is just off Via Nazionale near the National Monument /"Typewriter". has a VY consensus as best hotel website for Rome

Come to Scotland some time for the best Indian food in the world ; )


Re: Indian Food +Accomodation

by leics

Actually, Leicester has the best Indian food in the world.

Florence is very easy to get to by train.

You will find train times, details and fares in English here:

Journey time is from 1h 35m, with a one-way fare of 44 euro for these faster trains. Slower trains are considerably cheaper.

Ticket machines are easy to use and have English language options. You do not need to buy tickets in advance online. Make sure you validate (date-stamp) your tickets before boarding the train, using the yellow machine son the platforms. there are on-the spot fines for non-validation, and guards do check!

Re: Indian Food +Accomodation

by leics

And yes, is by far the best site for finding and booking hotels in Italy. It lists almost all of them, is reliable and has honest guest reviews as well as good mapping. It will not take any money from you as long as you turn up for your booking.

Re: Indian Food +Accomodation

by RajivSuri

Many Thanks

Re: Indian Food +Accomodation

by RajivSuri

Many Thanks Paul

Rajiv Suri

Re: Indian Food +Accomodation

by RajivSuri

Many Thanks for ur Advice


Re: Indian Food +Accomodation

by RajivSuri

Thanks Leics.

Rajiv Suri

Travel Tips for Rome

Trajan's column and genesis of the Romanian people

by Fam_Stoica

Rome was the capital of the most powerful empire in the antiquity. A part of this empire was Dacia - now Romania. The Trajan's column shows the most remarcable aspects of the war between the Romans and our ancestors; it takes place in the complex of the Trajan’s Forum planned by the famous architect Apollodor from Damascus. In the plinth, inside the sepulchral room, the emperor's ashes were placed in a gold urn but the precious sepulchral room was sacked during Middle Ages.
The Dacians' weapons are represented in the plinth. Along the whole column, with a spiral course about 200 meters long, bas-relief friezes tell scenes of war and Trajan’s life.On the top there was once a Trajan's statue which unfortunately got lost and was replaced by a St. Peter’s statue of the 16th century. A very small door is the entrance to the emperor grave and also to a spiral staircase which gets to the top.

Siesta Time

by keeweechic

Rome has a siesta time as is usual in Italy and this lasts from around 1 p.m. to about 3:30 or 4 p.m. Most places will close down during this time. Usually stores are open from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m from Monday to Saturday and will reopen around 3:30 or 4 p.m. Because of this they usually then stay open until 7:30, 8:00, or even 9:00 p.m. Most shops are closed on Sunday except for the odd barbershops which are open in the morning only. In August a lot of Italy closes for vacation because of the heat.

Via Condotti

by Jehcekah about Designer Labels

Via Condotti is the street that is perpendicular to the Spanish Steps and is the home to many famous Italian (and other American/foreign) designers. On this street you can find shops for:


We really enjoyed window shopping here in the evening when all of the stores were closed and the crowds were gone. Purses, Shoes, Clothing, Jewelry WAY TOO MUCH MONEY! :-)

Take the Metro!

by unigirl

By far, the Roman system of subways and trains is the best way to get around. Taxis can be expensive and difficult if the traffic is bad. Grab a map from the tourist info centre at the airport or at Roma Termini (train station) and try to orientate yourself before you head out. It is really simple - just remember that there will be an announcement on which direction the train will be going and what the next stop is. The annoucement will say what the next and the last stop is on the line, so it's hard to get it wrong. Don't be intimidated - if you get on the wrong train, just get off and get on the next line or direction. And if you do get lost? Well, all roads lead to Rome so you won't go far (and you may see something cool on the way!!)

Keep the best for last...

by belgianchocolate about FILLI MICCI

It there is one restaurant I am really enthousiast
about , and that counts for the three of us
it was this one. It was on our last evening
in Roma and we wanted to celebrate the
great holiday we had together.

We had seen enough tourist traps already
and pitty for us , we tasted some too.
So we decided to stay away from the famous
squares and the big attractions...
And that was a very good decision.

The restaurant is 'chique' but has a very
relaxed edge. The service was very professional
and very very friendly.

We chose to sit outside --- inside you
could see the activity. Like the fish that was
presented first and then prepared inside....
Each of us did make an excellent choise in
appetizer. The baked vegetables were delicious
and spiced very fine , I had a fantastic
raw salmon dish , grilled for just a second
with a very fine oil... hmmm

For main dish I enjoyed the meat grilled in
the oven with cheese and vegetables on it ,
served like a lasagne. On the other side
the fresh calamares were a hit and...

The desserts sounded fantastic as well...
But a few got sold out. We enjoyed the
simple housemade traditional deserts.

Quality is a little more expensive ,
but you'll enjoy it so much more.


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Address: Via Di Dragoncello 621, Rome, Lazio, 00122, Italy