Bread & Butter

Piazza dei Navigatori 23, Rome, 00147, Italy
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driving from rome to milan (bosisio)

by aydos

hello everyone,
we will be driving from rome to milan on the 23'rd of december..to spend christmas together with a family in bosisio...
can anyone help me with what to see on the way driving?..anything that should not be missed (during the nighttime or very early in the morning)?

and we will be back in rome on the 29'th via the same route..

do you know any party in Rome in new year's eve that is fantastic? (for a group of people with different ages)

grazie

Re: driving from rome to milan (bosisio)

by mccalpin

Are you planning on stopping anywhere along the way? I guess you know that the drive itself is pretty simple - you take the A1 autostrada all the way from Rome to Milan (hard to miss ;-) ).

Generally, you will be routed around each of the cities on the way, so if you don't exit and park, you really won't see a lot except for maybe things in the distance. I have driven this route from Rome to Chiusi and from Milan to Bologna, and while there are 1,001 things to see on the way, you have to get off and stay a while - otherwise, it's just a nice toll road...and given that the drive will be at least 6 hours on one of the shortest days of the year, I am not sure how much time you want to allow for detours...

Bill

Re: driving from rome to milan (bosisio)

by aydos

thanks bill, I guess we will have to drive right on!
and try to reach early to milan to see the last supper etc...

Re: driving from rome to milan (bosisio)

by icunme

I drove from Milano to Rome twice in the last 3 years. There are rest stops in the Tuscany area and I would take advantage of them as there are beautiful views - many tunnels and these seem to narrow as compared to the highway.

Re: driving from rome to milan (bosisio)

by cgf

did you know you can go from Rome to Milan (city-center to city-center) also in 3 (three) hours?
i.e. with frecciarossa train
ROMA TE 06:30 MI C.LE 09:29 or ROMA TE 07:00 MI C.LE 09:59

Beside on Dec, 23rd you just forget to go fast on A1, because of trafic and it will take much more then train, also if won't be snowing. Be careful because there is 'tutor' which is a cam-system for speed control.
IMHO you'd better rent a car in Milan if you go outside the town only otherwise a car (Xmas time) in Milan is only a big trouble.

btw did you book at 'last supper'?

Re: driving from rome to milan (bosisio)

by icunme

Ditto cgf - makes little sense to try to drive from Rome to Milano on Dec 23 - given both traffic and our unpredictable weather - fast train and rent vehicle in Milano (if you MUST have a car to go out of the city) would seem a good option.

Travel Tips for Rome

There is nothing best in...

by fandango

There is nothing best in Rome than ,after a lot of rounds ,discover (specially by night) the magical Fontana di Trevi.
When I think on Rome, that is the image that come to my mind, discover it is a real party to the senses.

Things you might not think to pack

by svanwage

If you have a black or navy suitcase (which looks like everyone else's) buy some brightly striped ribbon and attach it wherever you can. A mini packaged plastic rain slicker ($.99 - pitch it after you wear it!) Band Aid healing blister pads, a mini eyeglass repair kit - better than taping your glasses. A small flashlight with extra batteries, some compact binoculars (helpful when viewing the Sistine Chapel), a cheap magnifying glass (some of the print on maps is miniscule, especially for older eyes), a small compass. (Ours could be attached to a key ring, and also had a tiny thermometer - $2.99 at K-Mart. Invaluable for navigating.)

One for me none for you

by olgaehr about Biscottificio Innocenti

This place will make you feel differently about biscotti and cookies in general. The location is a bit tough to find (with the way things are numbered in Rome), it's hidden in one of the alleys and it does not even look like something nice and fancy outside. Once inside it just looks like you entered a big kitchen and you tell the cashier which cookies you want. We ended up buying a mix of everything, 2 of each, so we could try everything in the store.
Originally we bought it to bring some back to USA, but they were so good and fresh, we ended up eating them on the way back to hotel and the next day on the plane

When visiting Rome you must...

by JaumeBCN

When visiting Rome you must walk all day long. Otherwise you won't meet the real city. If you have to go to a further place you can take the bus or the underground. Only two Metro lines cross the city. One of them stops very near to the Vatican City and previously comes from Piazza del Popolo, Piazza di Spagna, Piazza della Repubblica, Stazione Termini and San Giovanni in Laterano. There are also orange buses that get everywhere in the city. Remember you have to buy first the ticket at the 'tabaccherie' or 'edicole' and cancel it when entering the bus.

Haunts of the Rich and Famous

by sandysmith about Cafe de Paris

Try spotting the rich and famous here...people like Sylvester Stallone have been here and Princes Di.
Typical of some Roman restaurants is that a glass housed section of the restaurant is located on the pavement - not sure I'd liked to be stared at by passersby as I ate though :-/
Funnily enough it was as we passed by here that a local stopped me, pointed at her fur coat, then my t-shirt and laughed at me!

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