Bed & Breakfast Enjoy Rome

Via Dell' Esquilino, 38, Rome, 00185, Italy
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tipping drivers

by Kylia


I have booked a car service to transport my family of four from the airport to our rented flat.

What is the custom regarding tipping a driver? Is a gratuity included in the 50 Euro price of the ride? If a tip is expected, how much should we give?

Thank you in advance, Kylia

Re: tipping drivers

by cgf

no tip should be expected/gave for that service.. of course the driver would not say no.

Re: tipping drivers

by monorailgold


We always hire a driver to take us from the airport to the hotel and we always tip about 5 euros. They help us with our luggage so we feel a tip is warranted. If your service doesn't allow tipping, the driver will refuse it.


Re: tipping drivers

by abarbieri

The driver will certanly appreciate a little tip from you and I think that 5 euro will work just fine.It is not a must and you give it only if you happy with the service.
The price you have (50 euro)for this arrangement is very good especially if you get a confortable authorised (must have NCC license to transport people around) minivan driven by a professional English speaking driver.
Make sure you have a contact number for the car company/driver and full address + contact number for the rental agency/landlord in case there is any change with your travel plans or if you have troubles in meeting your man once in Rome.


Travel Tips for Rome

Campo de Fiori

by sandysmith

This lively functional campo is now home to a daily flower market in the old square. It used to be a camp covered by green grass and flowers - this probably gave the name to the square: Campo di Flora. The square subsequently became a site of market, hotels, inns, book-shops and houses of famous courtesans. As one of the city centers here the executions took place as well. We missed this on our trip in March but found it on our visit later that year in June - just as they were packing up!

It's quite possible to get to...

by Miffy

It's quite possible to get to Pompeii and back in a day if you don't mind a bit of a journey. Tke the train to Naples, where you change to the local line. You can walk or take a taxi from pompeii station - actually, I*'d recommend a taxi, as you'll be doing a lot of walking when you get there. And eat on the train or in Pompeii town - the restaurants around the attraction itself are no great shakes.
Pompeii is amazing - you don't need me to tell you that.


by travelgourmet

Pagnotta, autonoleggio con autista (car rental with driver), is an easy and stress free way of getting to and from the airport in Rome or to and from the port, Civitavecchia, in Rome. My wife and I scheduled for a driver with a Mercedes ( they also have vans and limousines) to pick us up at the airport and take us to our hotel in Roma. We also used the same driver to take us to the port, so we could take a cruise five days later.

Sandro, our driver, is the son of the owner of the company and he was not only an excellent driver but quite fluent in English, as he worked in New York for a while. He not only drives to locations but you can hire him out for sight-seeing and tours. One of the perks is that he is willing to stop for a break of espresso or a bite to eat while enroute to your destination.

Both my wife and I highly recommend Pagnotta for the relaxed way to get to and from and out and about in Rome. Yes, it is much more expensive than the train and about the same as a taxi, but the service of pick up and helping out, as well as a well spoken driver like Sandro who knows the area backwards and in English, was a welcome relief to help us have a carefree time in Rome and not miss the boat or plane. No walking here or carrying heavy luggage to and from trains or taxis. Only the finest care and service, we will call on Sandro on our next return to beautiful Italy. If you use Sandro, please tell him "Larry and Sue from California" say hello. Ciao

You feel like a guest in their home

by danasuzanne about da Marco e Fabio Formichella

I love this restaurant. It is where local families gather to enjoy delicious homecooked meals and excellent service. The atmosphere is warm & lively. Italians truly know how to enjoy life. As an American, it is refreshing to see large tables of well-dressed business people sitting down with their families & friends for a three course meal, in the middle of the day. Everyone enjoys themselves here, due to the wonderful hospitality and cooking of the hosts. The mother walks around with homemade desserts. Your lunch will inevitably end with shots of Lemoncello. The lightest, crispiest pizza rustica. Fresh Mozzerella, Tomatoes & Basil drizzled in olive oil.

Castel Sant'Angelo

by ophiro

Castel Sant Angelo (St. Angelo castle) is a weird round castle that was built as a mausoleum for a king called hadrian.

Very close to the St. peter cathedral and with a beautiful bridge in front of him.


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Address: Via Dell' Esquilino, 38, Rome, 00185, Italy