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first communion dress

by romedress

i would like to buy a first communion dress in rome.where should i go?

Re: first communion dress

by DDjinaj

Try at Piazza Vittorio Emanuele. From Termini Train station is approximately 15 minutes walk, or by Metro... take line A to get off at Vittorio Emanuele stop.

In the past the square was famous for selling wedding and ceremony dresses. Nowadays is a fascinating square with a mix of asian flair. There are still few shops that sell wedding or communion dresses.

If you do go there, stop at the famous indoor market! and maybe have an ice cream at Palazzo del Ghiaccio

Travel Tips for Rome

It is impossible to name all...

by msmod

It is impossible to name all the places you must visit when in Rome... the Vatican (even if you're not Catholic), the Colisseum, Spanish Steps, - don't forget the Trevi fountain... very touristy, but you must toss the 3 coins... (I'm still waiting for it to work) Discovering Rome on foot... getting lost... feeling quite safe - though we were cautious.


by sunnysmile

May light clothing very hot but a little cooler on an evening. comfortable shoes you walk your la lot. if you are a little vain then put another pair of hightheels in your bag to change into for posing

Souvenir shops

by fairy_dust about Souvenirs (General)

There are lots of souvenir shops all over Rome, especially close to the tourist attractions. They have a lot of religious items, statuettes, t-shirts, fans, and other typical souvenirs. depends on the item, but some places are cheaper than others so it's best to compare prices before buying.

Moving around Rome

by Laura_Mexico

The public transportation system is fairly efficient and connects you to most zones in town. The best way to move around is by bus & metro (this latter having only 2 lines: A & B), although there are new metropolitan trains that take you farther than the metro (if you need to move far from downtown) and are included in the metro/bus fare system (i.e. you don't have to pay extra to ride them, you can do it with a normal ticket as long as you don't leave Rome and its surroundings).

There are tickets that are valid for 75 minutes (used to be 90 some years ago), a whole day, a week or a month. Buy the one that suits you better according to the time you'll stay there: the longer the validity, the cheaper they are (a weekly ticket was 24,000 lire [about 12 US dollars], a monthly ticket used to be 50,000 lire [25 USD]; you can get these tickets with a discount if you're a student or a senior citizen). The 1-trip or even 1-day tickets are not really worthwhile buying unless you'll be in Rome for a very short period of time and will use the metro/buses very often, which in Rome isn't really necessary. You can buy them at most newspaper stands or metro stations, and make sure you buy them before riding either the buses or the metro/trains (and in this case make sure to valid them on the machines there are at the entrance). Night buses are also very useful and take you to the main spots around the town between midnight and 5 AM. However, Rome is very worth seeing by walking around its little streets, squares, monuments....

NOTE: The prices mentioned above are in Euros now, but the US Dollar reference I posted can give you an idea of what the prices were like a few years ago..... The current price (2007) for a single trip ticket - which is the only one I used this time so I can't tell what the other tickets cost - is: 1 EUR per ticket, valid for 75 mins OR one metro ride (i.e. you can transfer bus-to-bus or metro-to-bus freely within the 75 mins. but you cannot use the metro more than once with the same ticket: you can transfer between lines but you can't go out and then back in).

The best pizza I ate in Rome...

by Erin74 about Tudini

This restaurant was one of the only ones open in the area during the blackout (they have a generator). The interior is elegant, and we were surprised at how affordable the prices were for such an upscale place. The service was excellent and the pizza was to die for! The pizza was wonderful... Thin, flaky crusts, fresh toppings (I highly recommend the four cheese pizza as well!). Yummy!


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