B&B Casa Vicenza

Vicenza, 30, Rome, 00185, Italy
B&B Casa Vicenza
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Forum Posts

need information from ROmanista in ROME!!!

by pranata

hello. my name is RIO. i'm from Indonesia. i'll be in Rome on 31th july to 3rd aug 2008 with my friends for holydays. i'm a romanista from Indonesia. i like as roma since 2000 the season when asroma got their 3rd scudetti. i have some questions here. is there any possibilty where i can take a picture with ASROMA players???especially francesco totti??? if yes, how? what should i do?? i think there will be some training session for the next season there.
i want to buy some merchandise, all about asroma, that i can't get it in my country,,,where can i buy it???
i really want to go to Olimpic stadium. but i have no idea how to get there...is there anyone can give me information?

or if you are a romanista, can you help me during my time in ROME???

Re: need information from ROmanista in ROME!!!

by ealgisi

Hey Pranata,

Here's the list of official shops in Rome where you can buy official merchandise:


English version at the bottom of the webpage

Regarding pictures, that's the hard part, maybe if you are lucky you can meet someone on the street, but as far as i know, there's no dedicated place where you can take pictures with them.

Here are all the info you need to get to the stadium:

Hope my info are useful for you.


Re: need information from ROmanista in ROME!!!

by pranata

thanks for your info...

Travel Tips for Rome

Spanish Steps

by rachel_sun

Favorite Thing: Here i am climbing the Spanish Steps.Most sights in Rome are very close together and easy to walk to.I was surprized just how close most things were.But remember to take a nice comfy pair of walking shoes as you will find yourself wondering miles.
Especially around all those wonderful shops;)

Capuchin Crypt of Santa Maria della Concezione

by melissa_bel

In the swanky area of Via Venetto, just off Piazza Barberini, is a little church, Santa Maria della Concezione that would not be distinguishable from the hundreds of Roman churches if it wasn’t for its crypt. What’s special about that? All the ornaments are made with bones of deceased monks of the capuchins order. It is at the same time horrific, beautiful, funny and thought-provoking. It seems like the main goal of the “decorator” and the capuchins was to display Men’s Vanity. The entrance is free but a donation is appreciated.

get a limo from airport to city centre!

by directrome

Besides the public transportation and taxis there are also some private shuttle companies that provide an efficient airport shuttle service operating 7 days a week between Rome and the main airports (Fiumicino airport and Ciampino Airport).
For the same or less price then a taxi you will get luggage assistance and the
drivers will wait for you at the exit from the customs hall inside the airport terminal. Drivers will hold a sign with the passenger name written on and help with baggage.
one reliable company is www.directrome.com

Need An American Meal?

by GuitarStan about Hard Rock Cafe

We spent 2 weeks in Italy and did not have a bad meal. If one is from the US and is longing for a hamburger and fries then go to the Hard Rock Cafe while in Rome. We stumbled upon it on our exploration of The Eternal City. We wondered while waiting if it would be like an American meal...and yes it was. So if you must, the Hard Rock Cafe will meet your need. The location as I remember it, is in the Northeast quandrant of Rome close to The Cappuchin Crypt.

Fountian De Trevi

by iilovepiink

The Fountain is pristine; off-white figures surround an almost placid pool of cool blue water. I say "almost placid" because every so often there are ripples among the surface from the tourists who thrown coins over their right shoulders into the fountain; "one for good luck and one for a return trip to Rome". You will have to wait patiently to take your turn to toss your coins during the summer months because of the large amount of tourists that gather here.


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