Capricci Romani B&B

Via di Porta Castello 33, Rome, 00193, Italy
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New Year in Rome

by Nicky38


I will be in Rome for the New Year with my boyfriend.
I think we should organise ourselves in advance to avoid walking around aimlessly on the lovely streets of Rome.

We would like to go for a nice maybe romantic meal and then for a few drinks in a a fun bar close to the action and fireworks. Fun yet classy!

Any ideas?
Thanks for the help.

Re: New Year in Rome

by mccalpin

Oddly enough, I've never been in Rome for New Year's...however, if you will search the Rome forum for "New Year" (with the quotes) or try this link -
you will find 81 threads over the last several years on this very subject...


Re: New Year in Rome

by micheleld

Ahh wandering the streets of Rome aimlessly is marvelous.....if you have a map.

Re: New Year in Rome

by marco2005

I will have the same problem... (that's really a big "problem" uh? ;-)
I will be in Rome with my girlfriend for a few days on new years eve. I will contact some people living there to discover what to do that night. Stay tuned.

Re: New Year in Rome

by Nicky38

HI Marco,

Yeah if you find any tips on nice restaurants and bars let me know.



Re: New Year in Rome

by RomaStar

Hello, if you ' re looking for some plan..u should visit, they are making a new years party, with all inclusive, food, drink, live music, etc..just go there and check if u like, u ll see..

Travel Tips for Rome

Street art, literally!

by vickss

In Rome, as in few other parts of Italy as well, you may find street painters like these using spray paints or crayons for some really striking art work right on the street. I am not sure if its a custom but some people do drop a few Euros, I hope in appreciation of the art rather than in pity. This guy is creating Jesus Christ on a pedestrian only street between Piazza de Popolo and Spanish Steps in the north western side of Rome.

Medieval village of Ostia Antica (Borgo)

by sonia72it

Don't miss the little medieval village (Borgo) of Ostia Antica!

It was built at the end of VIII century by the Pope Gregorius IV, trying to defend from the Saracens without the help of the Emperor. The little fortified village was pompously called Gregoriopolis.

It is a cute little bunch of pastel coloured houses, encircled by ancient walls and with a beautiful little church (Santa Aurea) ad a fortress (Giulio II's fortress)... and lots of cats! :-)

The visit of the fortress is free of charge and English speaking guides are available on request.

For more informations and photos see my Travelogue.

The Metro

by kakou226

The metro and the busses are a great way to get around Rome.

At first glance they seem rather ghetto with all the litter and graffiti, but watch your belongings, shove your way in, and you'll be at your destination in no time!

Besides, it's cheeper than a taxi and it's fun to travel like a local.

A tavola!


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L'Albero del Pane - Organic and kosher products

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Try the Market

by whimsyraj

Campo Dei Fiori is Rome at its finest. I stayed in a hotel in Campo dei Fiori so I got to know the area well. There are cafes (for morning cafe, paninis for lunch), delicious restaurants (some inexpensive ones too, but all good), gelati shops, shopping (great clothes!), supermarkets (tons of cheese), and coolest of all (a market in the middle of the piazza: with all kinds of stuff: fruits, veggies, clothes, knick knacks, souvenirs and you can bargain with them - no where else have I discovered this). It's a great little Roman hub where you can taste Roman life, culture, people, and of course great food (can you tell I loved the food?).


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Address: Via di Porta Castello 33, Rome, 00193, Italy