B&B Laocoonte

Via Francesco Caracciolo 10, Rome, 00192, Italy
B&B Laocoonte
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Cheapest airline between Rome and Dubrovnic or Split

by jmsgirl

Hello!

My fiancee and I want to honeymoon in Rome, but then want to spend a week in Medjugorje, BiH. We can get a ride from Dubrovnic or Split, Croatia, but we need to know the cheapest way to travel to those locations from Rome.

Thank you so much!

Re: Cheapest airline between Rome and Dubrovnic or Split

by MacedonianUK

try this airlines to dubrovnik, bt you might need detour via germany:
www.tuifly.com
www.germanwing.com
www.ryanair.com
www.easyjet.com
if not Dubrovnik than flight to Split, from there bus to Dubrovnik
www.libertasdubrovnik.hr
with same bus-Libertas to Mostar and from Mostar very easy run to Medjugorje.
There is flight from Rome to Podgorica or Budva with Montenegro Airlines
www.montenegroairlines.com
from Podgorica there is bus via Nikshich to Focha in BiH and from there bus to Medjugorje.
If that is expencive, you might consider bus/train from Rome to Bari, than ferry to Bar or Split.
Split to Dubrovnik bus and than change at Dubrovnik to Mostar and Medjugorje.
From Bar again Libertas bus (goes 3 times a week from Bar/Ulcinj to Dubrovnik) and change in Dubrovnik for mOstar and Medjugorje.
Info on travel trought Croatia :
http://www.croatia.hr/English/Home/Naslovna.aspx
Info on travel trought Montenegro:
www.viist-montenegro.com
http://www.montenegro.travel/index_en.html
Hope this will give you some ideas...
Getting to Medjugorje is time consuming, but worth it.
Have safe & happy travels
MacedonianUK

Re: Cheapest airline between Rome and Dubrovnic or Split

by jmsgirl

Thanks very much for your reply! However, I have been to Medjugorje several times and am dying to go back :o) I would really like my fiancée to experience it too. We both really respect and love places that allow us to experience contemplation, peace and prayer. And, like you said, the Blessed Mother IS appearing there and you can feel it in the air!

I'd really like to experience that with him...it's not so much what we can "do" in Medjugorje, I guess, it's making time to be with Our Lady :o)

Re: Cheapest airline between Rome and Dubrovnic or Split

by effeti

>but we need to know the cheapest way to travel to those locations from Rome.

You don't say when you will travel, but at least in summer there are daily ferries from Split to Ancona, and then train to Rome.
It could be the cheapest way.
Ciao, and congratulations!
Francesco

Travel Tips for Rome

I went to Italy with a French...

by BlkSnowBunny

I went to Italy with a French Tourist group while I studied in France. We went to many of the historical sites such as the Colloseum and local area museums. The cute and sweet Italian waiter in a small off the road Italian Ice Cream shop.

Umbrella and Disinfectant

by Summerrain6

Dont' forget to bring an umbrella if you're travelling between September and April. It can rain for hours in Rome. Always take disinfectant or some disinfectant tissues with you, public toilets in Rome are often disgusting without any soap or water so you'll need it to clean your hands.

You want it, Rome's got it.

by acemj about Various

Rome offers a wide variety of shopping options. You'll find plenty of souvenir shops around the tourist areas if you're just looking for the basics. However, if you do a little more serious shopping, you'll find incredible leather goods, food items of all sorts, great buys on wine and much more. I bought a bottle of limoncello, which is a really delicious digestivo (after dinner drink).

taxi to your hotel

by monorailgold

There are several ways to get to your hotel from the airports in Rome. One of them is by taxi. There are now set rates the cabs can charge you for a trip to a hotel within the city walls. From the FCO airport the set rate is 40 euros and from Ciampino airport the rate is 35 euros. You can catch a cab at the cab rank outside the airport. Before getting into the cab make sure they agree to the fee. Even though it is a set rate you will sometimes find drivers who will try to charge you more. Be very firm that you know the rate and this is what you will pay. This fee is the normal fee for during the day. If you arrive very early or very late there will be a supplement charged. Also, if you have a lot of luggage there will be a supplement charged. The trip from the airport into the city should take about half an hour. Traveling by cab to you hotel makes a lot of sense if your hotel is not by the termini station. If you are by the station, you can take the express train and then walk to your hotel. If you are not close to the termini station then you will need to take a cab from there to your hotel. Some drivers in Rome are not honest and will try to charge you double or triple what the fare should be. It is easier to get the cab from the airport straight to your hotel because you know what the fare will be up front and won't have to worry about being scammed.

Cappucini in the Piazza!

by Jmill42 about Canova

Well, being that I lived with my friend on Piazza del Popolo, I frequently found myself here for a cappucino and cornetto. In fact, I think it was every morning! After paying the cashier, head over to the bar and get yourself one of the better cappucinos in Rome. The eats are fresh and the service is prompt. Stand at the counter like the locals and head out into the piazza afterwards. It is a great start to a day in Rome!

This place also has a great restaurant in the back for dinner. The lasagne is the only thing I have had, but it was way above average. If you do dine, you will find yourself emersed in all things Belini, as almost the entire entrance wall is covered wiuth his pictures and posters.

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