B&B Vatican St. Peter's

Via Gregorio VII 90, Rome, Lazio, 00165, Italy
B&B Vatican St. Peter
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Forum Posts

Rome to genoa

by wssolano

going from rome to genoa do u know price & what train to take.

Re: Rome to genoa

by leics

Look at:

http://www.trenitalia.com/en/index.html

It's in English, it will give you train times and fares (click the cart).

And it's easy to use.

Re: Rome to genoa

by monorailgold

Hello,

As has been stated, check out the trenitalia site for the specific trains you want to travel on but the trip will take about 5.5hours and cost about 30 euros each. This is for the amica fare.

Donna

Travel Tips for Rome

Romes connection with religion

by tompt

Rome is connected with the christian religion from the beginning of christianity. Jesus Christ was born undr the reign of emperor Augustus. When te romans had occupied the middle-east. Although christians were procescuted until the 4th century, the new religion kept on and Rome became its center.
Popes have been in Rome since the begiining and in the past they have not only been religious leaders but also very important political leaders.
Today the Roman Catholic church has its center in Vatican City, which is an autonomous country, but it is situated within the roman citylimits.

You can find christian churches everywhere in Rome, and sometimes you will see some christian statues or other christian artpieces along the road.

Cat Sanctuary

by Brehone

We unexpectedly came across some ruins near the Pantheon that were full of cats. Every where you looked cats were playing and rolling in the sun. This facility was run by an organization that fed the cats and made sure they had their shots and everything was fenced off so that cats couldn't get out or be touched. It was really fun to watch the caretakers come out with buckets of food and sing. As he sang that cats all formed a line behind him and followed him around the ruins until he put the food down for them.

No SUVs around here

by msbrandysue

All the cars in Rome are very small. It's weird at first (if you're from the US). It took us a day or to get used to all the traffic and the (absense) of traffic laws.

All motorcycles will scoot up to the red light and take off before all the cars and buses. Those poor bus drivers, they are excellent drivers. It must be like a horse swatting annoying flies buzzing around them.

Anyways, it's really interesting. You'll see more motorcylces than anything (and not the Kawasaki). They are fully loaded and very environmental. Al Gore would be proud...

Out of the way places

by TinKan about Local restaurants

Local restaurants and out of the way places are the way to go. If you look for where the locals eat you cannot go wrong. You will normally find the prices are a little lower and the food is for the most part top rate. During your day of walking around the city watch to see where the locals have lunch and mark it on your map for a night time visit for dinner.

Colosieum with out the wait

by jennwerner

We went to the Colosiuem without tickets. When we got there the line was huge. So we started walking around when some one from "Tour in Rome" Walked up to us and said English? We were like yeah and they said well for 20 Euro you can go right in no wait. Now at first we were skeptical. But we followed the lady and she looked legit. SHe took us over to a wonderful Tour guide named "Aldo" who was there along with about 15 - 20 other people. SO we paid her our 20 Euro and she handed us our ticket. No waiting and Aldo was a wonderful tour guide. It was worth the trip Tyhe company does tours of all other things in ROme as well. Check out their website. IT was worth 11 extra euro a piece to get the history and not have to wait. We got so much more out of it than if we had went in on our own.

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