Barocco Apartments Rome

Via della Purificazione, 8, Piazza Barberini, Rome, 00187, Italy
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walking tous

by MMehta

with so many walking tous and companies.Is it neccessary to book this tous or can you book them on the same day/

Re: walking tous

by gildapaolina

Every company has its rules, but I always suggest a previous contact to be sure they can arrange a tour at your mesure. Sometimes guide companies have many demands, especially for group tours, so it's always better to reserve.
A very good company for Rome walking tours is the following:
http://www.guideroma.com/

Enjoy, and hope it helps!
Gil

Re: walking tous

by roda09

hi there,
is not neccessary, when you get there you can contact one of those and reserve.
may be better if you reserve one or two days before.

Travel Tips for Rome

You know the saying 'When in...

by holligolytly

You know the saying 'When in Rome'? Well I think that when in Rome you just have to take a tour of the city on a Vespa. Although they say that the #1 problem in the city is noise pollution which is slowly destroying the roman architecture. Well, maybe you should get in a quick ride before they pass laws against the noisy little buggers.

Stephani Seeking Out Treasures in Italy

by alnchance

Seeking out treasures for my store, Decorate Ornate, means jetting across the world to the picturesque villages off the tourists paths in the gorgeous country of Italy. I spend two months out of the year in Italy taking small groups of people with me on "Magical" adventures and our Own private buying trips!

I started my store over six years ago, and traveled to France and Italy in hopes of finding old architectural doors, windows, wood carved saints, etc. After many customers asking to go with me, I started planning out two fabulous trips per year for my customers. The rest is history. I now take two groups every year to the most fabulous places in Italy. We will be attending the 25th Anniversary of Mercanteinfiera Market in Parma, Italy on September 30. We travel in my own motor coach and go to the most amazing places. Look at the pictures for detail...

Vino Rosso Corposo!!

by AmericanBoy about Friends Wine Bar

There are a couple of Enoteca's in Rome called "Friend's Wine Bar". This one draws the best crowd. The picture is of the pedestrian bridge accross the Tiber river to Trastevere. "Friend's" is right at the end of the bridge on the tiny Piazza. Trastevere is the old residential part of Rome now occupied by artists, lofts, and a good number of foreigners who can afford the astronomical rent. This is Rome's "Left Bank" and even if you are only in the city for a day.. a stroll down these streets is required. No need to dress up for this place.

But I'm assuming you are not wearing ripped jeans, sneakers, and a Green Bay Packers jacket. No, of course not. You know better.. I mean you ARE in Italy.

A Bit of Everything - Don't miss it!

by pedroswift about Gusto

A "bit of everything" is the only way to describe this very modern winebar, bistro, cheese tastery, restaurant and take-away.
Stop for a wine or two at the bar accompanied by olives or a slice of pizza. Sit down to a full meal. Grab a bottle of wine & a cheese platter from the cheese room and take it back to your hotel room for supper. Gusto has it covered in its extensive multi-functional indoor/outdoor eating/drinking space.
Don't neglect the house wine. My wife and I visited as part of a wine bar crawl. I think it was the third stopping spot of the evening so we sat at the bar adjacent to a food servery & enjoyed both the wine , the tapas style snacks and the entertainment of watching the staff perform in a busy food service area.
A most enjoyable experience. Will be back next visit to Rome.

Monte Testaccio - potty - Monte dei Cocci

by puerto_lover

One ancient Roman site that has intrigued me is at the Testaccio neighbourhood of south western central Rome, not far from the famous Pyramide and Aurelian Wall. This neighbourhood hosts many bars and clubs and is a popular night spot on Fridays and Saturdays. Many of the venues are built around the Monte de Cocci. Literally a hill of broken pots. When the Olive Oil was shipped over from far places especially Southern Spain (Baetica) in Roman times, the Amphorae would be sometimes reused but normally be discarded and this hill was the 'graveyard' of these pots. Millions of them. In fact it is estimated that 6 billion litres of olive oil had been transported by these clay pots.

Each pot would have a clear marking that described the origin and would give archaeologists clues about the dates and location of the vessels. Rome was certainly using vast quantities of oil for such things as lighting, cooking and even unctions.
It is possible to visit the mound on certain days but prior arrangement is needed and information is not always easy to discover. The phone number for reservations for the guided tours lasting one hour and costing €5 (2009) is shown below. The times for Summer 2009 are displayed on the gate situated on the corner of Via Galvani and Via Nicola Zabaglia. (see Google satellite/map image link)

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