Brunetti Twenty Eight Guest House

Via Brunetti 28, Rome, 00186, Italy
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1st visit to Rome - any food & shpg recommendations?

by micmik

Any must-eats? Any off the beaten track good shopping tips?

Re: 1st visit to Rome - any food & shpg recommendations?

by Roadquill

We like the Old Bear restaurant just North of Piazza Navona.

Re: 1st visit to Rome - any food & shpg recommendations?

by maya1902

if i'd know your age,your budget and your interests I could suggest some restaurants or shops in Rome,so take courage and let us know something more in your question.

Re: 1st visit to Rome - any food & shpg recommendations?

by craic

If you want to try a Roman mall take the metro a line out to cinecitta. A few hundred yards up the road almost next to the film studios is the oldest mall in Rome - Cinacittadue.

Re: 1st visit to Rome - any food & shpg recommendations?

by craic

or if your tastes run another way there are some interesting second hand clothes shops in Via Governo Vecchio, mixed up amongst the interesting boutiques for non used clothing.

Re: 1st visit to Rome - any food & shpg recommendations?

by GuitarStan

No shopping recommendations but, if you're looking for the best gelatto in Rome then try Cremeria Monteforte. The owner, Roberto, makes it on-site and it was the absolute best we tried during our 2 weeks in Italy. If your standing in front of the Pantheon by the fountain, it is on the street that borders the Pantheon on your right, just down a little ways. Worth looking for! Ciao!

Re: 1st visit to Rome - any food & shpg recommendations?

by Jetgirly

A lot of people have put a lot of time and effort into writing tips and creating travel guides for the cities you are visiting. I think that you will find all the information you need by exploring the site a bit further.

Re: 1st visit to Rome - any food & shpg recommendations?

by nyonnetti

I just love the street that trevi fountain is on. It is filled with wonderful little cafes, outside vendors markets, and cute touristy shops. Our absolute favorite restaurant is on that street as well, it is called Piccolo Buco. They served the best pasta I ever had and the owner was so friendly. I wish I could give you the address, but it is on the same street as Trevi, just a couple blocks up.

Re: 1st visit to Rome - any food & shpg recommendations?

by micmik

30 years old and GAME FOR ANYTHING!!!

Travel Tips for Rome

Pergamena con Benedizione Papale

by abarbieri

The Parchment with the Papal Blessing is something we donate to special people we love and care. Any important occassion can be a good reason to order one of this to the Vatican.
Somebody as to go there personally to make the request, choose the model and provide full details of the person or couple who will get it.
Go to the Sant'Anna door at the Vatican and ask for the Elemosineria Apostolica. It is open Monday to Friday from 9am till 12.

Borgo King

by OttoMarzo

"Il Borgo" is a central famous area. It's not that touristic altough it's close to the Colosseo. Borgo means something like small town or quarter and it's one of the oldest and attractive areas of my wonderful city. There are some incredible streets like Via del Boschetto or Via dei Serpenti where you can see and meet the real Rome and Romans. Full of small typical shops, it will give you the idea of an indipendent town inside a metropolis, and whatever you need you can easily find it there. So shop owners are super friendly and they will soon become friends, shops are particular and very often they sell handmade stuff. Even grocery shops are "human", no hypermarkets here. Wondeful fountains, involving buildings... go there and fall in love with Rome, the Eternal City.

Getting to Rome

by daryll

Rome is quite expensive city to visit.
Best to cut down expenses and not over the budget, i went for RYANAIR again.

This is my second time flew by RYANAIR, and only cost me £85 return to Rome Cimapino.

Journey from Liverpool Street Stn. to London Stansted takes about 45 minutes and from the time of departure and arriving in Rome Ciampino was only 2 hours 5 minutes.
It's quite a short journey but it's amazing.

The most loveable ice cream vendor

by makaio about Gelateria Valentino

One night we stumbled into this small ice cream parlor, which didn't appear to be very different from all the others. But as it was late and we were the only people there, we had the chance to talk a little to the owner. It turned out he had already had 2 pizzerias, one bar, and this parlor. He was talking to us about his son and his work, which was really interesting and fascinating.

Of course, the house-made ice cream was excellent as well. Definitely recommandable.


by Damir

Originally known as the Flavian Amphitheater, it was the largest building of the era.

The emperor Vespasian started construction of the Colosseum in 72. It was completed in 80, the year after Vespasian's death.
The huge amphitheater was built on the site of an artificial lake, part of Nero's huge park in the center of Rome which also included the Golden House (Domus Aurea) and the nearby Colossus statue. This giant statue of Nero also gave the building its current name.

The elliptical building is immense, measuring 188m by 156m and reaching a height of more than 48 meter (159 ft). The Colosseum could accommodate some 55,000 spectators who could enter the building through no less than 80 entrances.
Above the ground are four storeys, the upper storey contained seating for lower classes and women. The lowest storey was preserved for prominent citizens. Below the ground were rooms and cages containing wild animals and mechanical devices. The cages could be hoisted, enabling the animals to appear in the middle of the arena.

The Colosseum was covered with an ernormous awning known as the velarium. This protected the spectators from the sun. It was attached to large poles on top of the Colosseum and anchored to the ground by large ropes. A team of some 1,000 men was used to install the awning.

Emperors used the Colosseum to entertain the public with free games. Those games were a symbol of prestige and power and they were a way for an emperor to increase his popularity.
Games were held for a whole day or even several days in a row. They usually started with comical acts and displays of exotic animals and ended with fights to the death between animals and gladiators or between gladiators. These fighters were usually slaves, prisoners of war or condemned criminals. Sometimes free Romans and even Emperors took part in the action.

Hundred-day games were held by Titus, Vespasian's successor, to mark the inauguration of the building in 80 A.D. In the process, some 9,000 wild animals were slaughtered.


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 Brunetti Twenty Eight Guest House

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Brunetti 28 Guest House
Brunetti Twenty Eight Guest House Hotel Rome

Address: Via Brunetti 28, Rome, 00186, Italy