B & B Baghirova - Bbbaghirova

Via Sistina no 149, Rome, 00187, Italy
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Rome: Good Friday

by leics

I'm pondering flying out of Rome Fiumicino on Good Friday (28th March) next year, and need to make the flight booking fairly quickly.

Am I correct in assuming that trains from Termini will be running? Is there likely to be a changed timetable for the day?

What about during the day? Do the Metro/buses/trams run as usual? Are restaurants/bars/museums etc open or is it a day when most places close?

Thanks in advance.

Re: Rome: Good Friday

by maya1902

Everything will works as usual,don't worry!

Re: Rome: Good Friday

by lippygloss

As it is being Good Friday, most taxis and metro etc, will still be running BUT will be very busy.....as mass/church will be attended to throughout the day and you might find transport hard to get on time do to high volume of people requiring transport to those venues! unless your leaving early, i would personally choose the day after or before.

Re: Rome: Good Friday

by Maryimelda

The good news is that Good Friday next year is not on March 28. It is on March 21. Does this make your planning easier?

Re: Rome: Good Friday

by leics

Thanks to all.

Had assumed the 28th was GF (working it out from my holiday dates) but you are entirely right. It's the 21st, which makes life considerably easier as I've no intention of travelling that weekend at all!

Travel Tips for Rome

What Not to Wear

by Callavetta

When I was a young girl, attending Catholic School, we were not allowed into the Church without our heads covered. A plaid beanie was part of our uniform so if we hadn't lost it yet we were generally covered. On days when the students were ushered into Mass there was always the Nun who was rushing to cover some child's head with a kleenex. I always thought it very odd that God would prefer me with a kleenex on my head than bareheaded in Church!

In Rome there are likely to be guards stationed at the door to make sure that all who enter are dressed appropriately. That means, shoulders and knees covered. The line to St. Peter's may be long. Don't spoil your chance to enter by not being dressed accordingly.

churches: Santa Maria in Trivio

by tompt

The facade of the Santa Maria in Trivio(1570-1580) is beautifull incorporated in the facade of the building behind it.
This church is standing very close to the Trevi fountain, just around the corner. And again worth visiting if you are at the fountain.
Inside the church are some frescoes at the ceiling made by Antonio Gherardi (1644-1702). They depict scenes from the new testament.

Metro in Rome

by Polly74

The Metro has only two lines, always very crowded and in service from
5,30 a.m. to 11,30 p.m. (saturdays until 0,30a.m.) with race every 5-10 minutes.
Both A and B lines have a stop to the Central Railways Station - Stazione Termini

Don't miss the location!

by AstrOlga about CLAUDIO, S.Maria di Galeria

Oh, you'd love this one! Nestled inside an ancient tiny village with a microschopic church, you can seat by the fireset and enjoy the delicious traditional food and feel a renaissance man! Go 4 the meat!

Just gaze at It

by garnet8618

Going to the the coliseum was one of the highlights of my trip. I must say being in the presence of something so massive and so old really had its affect on me. I remember just sitting back against a wall and just looking at the view inside and imagining what it was like. Knowing that cheers of massive crowds filled it long ago and that it had influenced the world we know today through its entertainment; just took my breath away. I remember it fondly.

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