Casa Tra Noi

2 out of 5 stars2 Stars

Via Monte del Gallo, 113, Rome, Lazio, 00165, Italy
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Satisfaction Very Good
Excellent
32%
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Very Good
42%
12
Average
10%
3
Poor
10%
3
Terrible
3%
1

Value Score Great Value!

Costs about the same, but rated 11% higher than other 2 star hotels

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Good For Families
  • Families77
  • Couples66
  • Solo75
  • Business60

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Forum Posts

Rome on New Year's Day

by Dr.Ben

Good Morning All,

My family and some friends will be staying in Pisa from just after Christmas until the 4th. of Jan. Since everything in Pisa is closed for New Year's Day we were thinking of taking the train to Rome to walk around for the day.

Does anyone know if most things are open or closed in Rome on New Year's Day?

Thanks,

Ben

Re: Rome on New Year's Day

by OiKnow

It is much easier to get to Florence then Rome from Pisa. (about and hour by train) I don't know what will be open in Florence but there is a great deal to be seen by wandering around in Florence.

Just a thought,

David

Re: Rome on New Year's Day

by Joeplaboem

If you decide to go to Rome on New Years day don't miss the New Years dive in to the Tiber River.

On the first day of the year some crazy Romans dive from a bridge into the freezing water of the Tiber quite spectacular and an event not to miss if you are there.

Erwin

Re: Re: Rome on New Year's Day

by baronedivandastad

Pisa is nothing to marvel at, so you'd better come away. There's a direct train connection to Rome, probably taking 2h30' or so. In Rome everything is open (I guess in Pisa too!), though you may have a hard time getting in places. But the street life should be more than enough.
Cheers,
mac

Re: Rome on New Year's Day

by abarbieri

Ben, I quite surprised that you are going to spend all that time in Pisa.
Rome deserves more then just a side trip even if you have been here before.
I am not sure if all sites will be open that day but these web sites can be useful:
www.romaturismo.com
www.vatican.va
www.comune.roma.it

The Casa tra Noi that you mentioned in the other post seems quite nice and in a great location so close to the Vatican.I will pass by to check it for when I have friends looking for places to stay in that area.
Regards,
Antonio from Rome

Re: Re: Rome on New Year's Day

by Dr.Ben

Good Morning Abarbieri,

Thank you for your response and for the web sites. That will be very helpful.

Regarding, Case Tra Noi, yes, it is a wonderful place if you want to stay near the Vatican. The address is:

Via di Monte del Gallo 113 -1. Their Telephone is (0039) 06/39.38.73.55 It is at the very top of the hill. If you start going up the hill you will end in their parking lot at the very top.

When I was there last (2001) there was no one there with much English but always enough to get by.

Ben
Beaumont, Texas

Travel Tips for Rome

water

by morganna

You always can find some fountain to drink COOL AND GOOD WATER! It seems incredible but, even with that warm weather, there's no need to buy hundreds of little bottles of water. Another good point for Rome!

San Saba

by Sarita76

This beautiful church-monastery is a real "off the beaten path"-place and it's located on the Aventino hill. The church also gives the name to the neighbourhood, a good example of popular building of the early 20th century. Greek monks came here in the 7th century and this place became very important for its relationships with Byzantium.
The benedectine monks came here in the 11th century, but this place slowly decayed until the quarter was rebuilt at the beginning of the 20th century.

Rent a scooter

by ATLC

It's a well known fact (and true!) that Rome's favourite means of transportation is the scooter. I picked up a brochure from the hotel which gives an indication of prices and how it works.

This rental company is located in station Roma Termini, between the main entrance and the bus station. Open 7 days a week.

Price indication (2007) for a 50 cc Scooter:
Per hour € 8
Per day (9.30-19hrs) € 35
Per 24 hrs € 37
Weekends € 25 (per day)
For a week € 25 (per day)
Note: you need a drivers license.

There are also 125 cc and 125 cc Comfort Scooters for rent.
And bicycles at € 10 per 24 hrs.

They take creditcard payments.

Breakfast or snacks off of Via Nazionale

by Paisleypaul about San Carlino

At No. 24/25 Via 4 Fontane, this is just off the Via Nazionale, and the name San Carlino is not prominent on the shopfront - it is named after the nearby chiesa .
You can stand or take a seat round the back where it is new spacious and clean.
Staff were very smiley and helpful We just went in for Earl Grey tea espresso a toasted breakfast panini and fresh fruit salad - all for under Eu 7

Recommended for a panini if you're passsing or if you stay nearby on those days you're too late for breakfast at your hotel !

Perfect Architecture

by deecat

I had always heard that the Pantheon was perfect. After seeing it, I must agree.

I was overwhelmed with its simple beauty. It is supposedly Rome's best preserved monument of antiquity, probably because it was transformed from a temple that honored all the Roman Gods of Mythology into a Christian church, honoring one God.

While viewing the Pantheon, I learned that the building is 142 feet wide and 142 feet tall. Once, the empty spots surrounding the portico contained statues of Roman gods, and animals were actually sacrificed in the center beneath the dome.

The coffered dome has an 18-foot hole called an "oculus" in the middle where light streams in. This is the dome that inspired Michelangelo's St. Peter's dome.

Marcus Agrippa built the Pantheon, but Hadrian later rebuilt it as a temple for all the gods. Most books refer to it as "an architectural marvel", and I agree.

It's open: Mon-Sat 9a.m.-6:30p.m.
Sun 9a.m.-1p.m.
Believe it or not, admission is FREE!

Even if you usually dislike tourist places, the Pantheon is really a must see.

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Address: Via Monte del Gallo, 113, Rome, Lazio, 00165, Italy