Via Benedetto Musolino 23, Rome, 00153, Italy
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Travel within Rome

by vickss

I wud be staying 2 days in Rome in early October..
I am a lil confused with the local transport.. I guess there are more than one transport service operators including ATAC. If I take the 3 day roma pass would it entitle me to all local bus transport? and does the pass cover most of the metro line which one may use for local sightseeing?

Moreover, I hear all tickets need to be validated.. how about the pass.. we just need to carry the pass and show it at the time of inspection is it?

Re: Travel within Rome

by jennwerner

If you buy your ticket it is good for all transportation. Just the first time you use it say your on the bus (there is a machine) put your ticket in the machine and it will validate your ticket. The pass is the same as a 1 day ticket just validate it once..... Atleast that is what we did and never had a problem...


Re: Travel within Rome

by monorailgold


The romapass is good for all buses and the metro. There are two different metro lines, the A and the B. These will take you to most of the places you want to see. Just validate your ticket the first time you use it and you will be okay. There will be a box on the bus or at the metro station for you to use to validate your pass.


Travel Tips for Rome

Nuns on the Run

by mariocibelli

Rome is Las Vegas for thousands of nuns from all over the world. Where else in the world would you find department stores that specialize in 100 different habits, no it's not called A Wimper for all seasons. Anyway, you will see sisters in all shapes and sizes from all over the world during your stay.

Castel Sant’ Angelo
Not far...

by wayward_son

Castel Sant’ Angelo
Not far from the Vatican is the Castel Sant’ Angelo, which for hundreds of years guarded the Vatican. Though it looks like a typical stronghold, Castel Sant’ Angelo was in fact built as a tomb for the emperor Hadrian in AD 135. By the 6th century it had been transformed into a fortress, and it remained a refuge for the popes for almost 1,000 years. From the roof café you have great views of the Vatican and can sip a refreshing glass of wine.
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Make the right choice at the airport!

by lichinga

Very important trick for people arriving at Fiumicino airport. As everywhere in the world, you'll be pushed towards 'taxi', but you may as well use the train, which may be reached following the arrows 'stazione'. Once you're there, if you simply ask for a ticket to Rome, you'll be paying 9 Euro for the 'Leonardo Express' service going no-stop to Roma Central Station (it's called 'Termini'); but you should just take care not to go to the railway ticket office! Buy your ticket at the newstand just beside on the left and ask for a 'metropolitano', the ticket will cost 4,70 Euro and you will stopping all around the railway stations of Rome (Trastevere, Ostiense, Tuscolana, Tiburtina; except for Termini).

If you need a quick guide to trip planning using public transportation in Rome between two points, you may use the interactive table at

Da Meo Patacca!!!

by ATLC about Da Meo Patacca!!!

Absolutely attractive restaurant. Not only on the outside where you can enjoy your meal, but also inside. A bit of a medieval feel, loads of fun objects to see, dark wood, quite large and an open kitchen that is in the same style as the restaurant. So you realise, very popular with the tourists. Service was adequate (with that I'm actually saying that it barely sufficed, in a nice way). Simply because it wasn't too friendly once all 12 of us were seated. But I'll write a separate tip about that because in general the Romans gave me a certain impression that is worth mentioning.

I had no reservations in stealing the menu, because it looked nice. Xcept I already uploaded 5 photos so no room for the menu :-) The ovoline di bufala (€ 8) was more than excellent. It's a buffalo cheese (also known as mozzarella), fresh, moist inside but chewable, very very refreshing. After that I enjoyed a spaghetti vongole (€ 13) and tiramisu (€4,50).

From the menu:
Pasta's between €10 - €13
Meat dishes between €12- €17
Side dishes (roast potatoes, green salad, roasted vegetables, etc.) between €4 - €6
Desserts between €4 - €6
House wine: € 8,50 per litre
Coffee espresso: € 2,50
Large beer € 6,50
Bread per portion € 1

The Coliseum (il Colosseo)

by FinElina

The Coliseum is probably the best-known sight in Rome. Therefore, I had to see it too. The queue is always enormously long but to the friends of architecture and ancient ruins it is worth standing in the burning sun... =) During our visit there was a Nike-exhibition which was quite intriguing.


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