Casa Cleo

via Cavour 136, Rome, 00184, Italy
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Over night stay in Rome

by wopsy

Hi myself and a couple of friend's wil be flying into Fiumicino Airport on the 19th dec (wed) at 8 p.m and wont be flying out until 11 a.m next day. my question is,does anybody have any suggestion's on thing's to do at night in Rome i.e night tour/ 24 hour restaraunt/ etc.. Also has anybody had to sleep over night in the airport,is there a quiet area ?
Any answer's would be grately appreciated and thank's in advance..

Re: Over night stay in Rome

by craic

rome closes up late - dinner and stroll around Trastevere would be my pick of things to do

Re: Over night stay in Rome

by Roadquill

the Hilton is the only hotel walking distance to the airport. The rack rate is higher than the other local places, but if you e mail them they may match the other rates. Take the Leonardo Express into Rome (you will need to take a taxi back if you stay in Rome late) The Colosseum should be lit up. Trastevere is a good idea or walk up to Piazza Navona. There is a lot of nightlife N of the Colosseum. My favorite time in Rome is right at daybreak. the light on the buildings is almost magical. Getting in and out of the airport is expensive, so you just have to plan for it and include it in the budget. Karl

Re: Over night stay in Rome

by wopsy

Thank's for the reply's. got a few good idea's on what to do.

Travel Tips for Rome

Italian Life

by trevorRome

If you want to have a sort of 'critical' viewpoint of life in Italy from an expat's point of view, check out a terrific blog which discusses all the things we foreigners always end up talking about at the parties and cocktails...some great insights also on current news in Italy, all a bit tongue in cheek!

Better than the Porta Portese Flea Market?

by Lacristina

On Sunday mornings, lots of tourists head for Porta Portese flea market in Trastevere, but nearby, there's another market which I think offers a little more local color and a little less of the piles of cheap, new, plastic junk. Instead of going into the Porta Portese main entrance, continue heading west, to Viale di Trastevere and turn left. Walk down the street, noticing the impromptu shrine on the left to the Blessed Virgin, with many plaques thanking her for favors granted. At Piazza Benardino da Feltre, turn left and follow the hordes to Via Benedetto Musolino on the right. Just before the market stalls begin, there's a great little pastry shop on the left. To be sure, you'll find cheap, new, plastic junk here, too, but there are some real flea market finds as well.

EasyJet bus to Termini (Train Station)

by wjstallings

If you fly into Ciampino Airport via EasyJet or RyanAir...I recommend taking their bus to the Termini Station. Termini is at the center of the Metro and Train system. You can take the A or B trains from this location to your destination.

***If your plane leaves out of Ciampino...Buy the round-trip ticket instead of the one way. It is good anytime and I didn't see anywhere at Termini to purchse the return ticket!****

The (artichoke) heart of the Jewish ghetto

by jglsongs about Il Portico

Excellent for lunch or dinner, Il Portico is an indoor/outdoor restaurant that serves authentic Roman/Jewish food. No need to mention that the carcioffi fritti (fried artichokes) are a must. Besides artichokes, their meats, pastas and salads are very good. NOTE: although it's in the heart of the Jewish ghetto, I can't say for sure if they are kosher or 'kosher-style.' That you'll have to check when you're there.

Gladitorial Glory

by jlee008

It is frightening to think about the number of people that died for the entertainment of the Romans, however it is rather impressive their endeavor to build the facilities in which they did so, especially considering the technology that was available at the time.

The Colosseum or Flavian Amphitheater was constructed through the reign of several emperors. Construction began in the reign of Vespasian, continuted in Titus' reign, and completed by Domitian. It is large enough to have accomodated 50,000 spectators. In the bowels of the Colosseum, underneath its wooden arena, there were a series of rooms and passages that were built to accomodate animals and to facilitate the staging of events. Although there is only one entrance into the Colosseum now in modern times, in its hayday, there were 80 entrances/exits that helped diffuse spectator traffic.

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Jan 16-Feb 15 daily 9am-4pm
Feb 16-Mar 17 daily 9am-4:30pm
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Apr 17-Sept daily 9am-7pm

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Address: via Cavour 136, Rome, 00184, Italy