Bed & Breakfast Gli Scipioni

Via Degli Scipioni, 53, Rome, 00184, Italy
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What's the name of the district ...

by craic

... close to the Roma forum which is called something like Monte. I know it has a longer name.

If you can help thanks so much.

Re: What's the name of the district ...

by craic

found out thanks - it is called Monti

Re: What's the name of the district ...

by abarbieri

That is a very nice central neighboarhood as you know. I used to work for a small hotel located in that area. In the past the city of Rome was divided into 23 different "Rioni" and the Rione Monti was the first and the bigger.
Extra info(in Italian) and a map can be find at:
Today we have 20 Municipi instead of Rioni but Monti is still first because it is actually part of 1°Municipio.

Re: What's the name of the district ...

by Maurizioago

Monte Mario?

Re: What's the name of the district ...

by craic

i found the info on wikipedia - about the rioni and how the people who lived there used to clash with the people who lived in Trastevere - fascinating stuff

Travel Tips for Rome

Piazza di Spagna.

by oneonta_ni

To be honest, I was disappointed in the Spanish Steps. It is really a place to hang out and pose but, not being posers, we didn't stay long. It is always packed with tourists and that means pickpockets and people pestering you to buy posters of Jimi Hendrix. Our guidebook warned us about 'The String Guys'. We didn't see them but apparently these guys will approach you in groups of 6 or 7 and offer to do a sleight of hand trick with string. While you are busy watching one of them, the others are busy removing your valuables. Be very careful here!

Torre Argentina Cat Sanctuary

by Erin74

I don't know how "off the beaten path" this is, but if you love cats, you really have to check out the Torre Argentina Cat Sanctuary. It's in the center of the piazza on Torre Agentina, near the Pantheon. The sanctuary is a large pit of ruins that has been converted into a sanctuary for the many stray cats in Rome. These buildings used to be government offices in ancient Rome, but now they are home to nearly 100 cats.

The stray cat problem is pervasive in Rome. In 1994, a group of women began caring for these cats and fundraising on their behalf. They created the cat sanctuary and work tirelessly to care for the animals there.

On the weekends, the Sanctuary offers guided tours. Check their website for details. The Sanctuary is also actively trying to find homes for these cats if anyone is interested in adopting.

Civitavecchia to Rome

by fiberfreak

If you plan on going into Rome after arriving on a cruise ship at Civitavecchia, depending on where your ship docks, you will probably need to take a shuttle bus out of the dock area. Our shuttle for the QE2 dropped us off at the end of the docks - it would have been an impossibly long walk - and then we had about a 15 minute walk to the train station. It was a Sunday and the lines were moving very slowly - mainly I think because the locals were paying with credit cards where as the tourists seemed mainly to pay with cash. It cost 9 Euros each for a return ticket. Remember to validate the ticket in the yellow machines that are in the center of the ticket office. You can get the train schedule from the Trenitalia web site. It is accurate but the trains can be late.. The train ride in was an express with only one stop and took about 40 minuutes; on the return we stopped at every station and it took twice as long but compared with the $69 the cruise line tour office wanted to take us by bus into town, was well worth it. Remember to validate your return ticket also.

At the Rome Termini, the signs to the Metro were very clear and we easily found our way to the line we wanted. We purchased tickets (one Euro) at the newsagents, and again validated them.

Warning: if you are bringing heavy luggage from Rome to board a ship at Civitavecchia, at the Civitavecchia station there is an underground subway passage you have to take to get out of the station. It has about 30 steep steps down and the same up.

Gellato - What taste!

by RuiPT about Gellato

If you are in a diet please don’t come to Italy. The reputation of Italian ice cream its world known and they are delicious and
A good suggestion to spend a warm night in Rome is to buy an ice cream in one of many coffees in a square and sit down appreciating the taste of the ice cream.

beutiful people and beutiful scenery

by Ewcia_AZ

walking there is like a reading a book, you want to know more and more, want to go to next page so exciting. I love watching people and places where they are, study situations movements and talks. This is a great place for that, you can feel a spirit of love and happiness in the air.


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Address: Via Degli Scipioni, 53, Rome, 00184, Italy