Chez Liviana

Largo Sant'Alfonso 5, Rome, Lazio, 00185, Italy
Chez Liviana Bed & Breakfast
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  • Solo25
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cheap hotel vs. hostel? where to stay?

by ginalla

So my friend and I are attempting to choose from the thousands of hotels to stay in in Rome for our trip in November. We'll be on college kid budgets as we'll both be abroad for the semester.

It seems to me that it might be better to stay in a hostel than a seriously cheap hotel? I mean a hostel is a hostel and it's dorm-style and shared bathrooms but I feel like spending 55 euros a night might result in a fairly gross hotel room. Is that a fair assumption?

Just for good measure, the places I have down as a list of where we may stay:

Independence Square inn B&B
Sandra Hotel
The Beehive Hostel
Colors Hotel
Foresteria Orsa Maggiore
B&B Flavius
Pensione Jonella
Chez Liviana

Ok I know it's long... I'm only asking for comments on them if you personally know. Also, any other recommends that you think beat those are appreciated!

Travel Tips for Rome

Just ask a local and they will tell you.

by stopatnothin

Ok, ok - another Pompeii picture.

I do have a tip though. Just ask a local if there is something you want to know. Do you think I actually knew what I was looking at when I took this photograph until I asked! Please note though: some people will be more apt to help you than others. Let's face it, not everyone is a people person.

The beautifully preserved...

by AndreasK

The beautifully preserved ruins of Ostia lie between the Tiber River and the Tyrrhenian Sea, about 30 km from Rome. Ostia was founded in the 4th century BC, as a military colony to guard the river mouth against seaborne invasions. Later, during the centuries when virtually all imports reached the Capital via the Tiber, Ostia gained prominence as the landing for cargo boats. By the 2nd century AD, it had become a flourishing commercial center inhabited by upwards of 100 000 people. Ostia's amphitheater (picture) was erected in 12 BC for up to 3500 spectators.

3 Days or more in Rome

by azz8206

The Romapass is very convenient if you are planning on visiting lots of sites and museums and planning to use the bus and metro services for 3 or more days. With unlimited travel on the buses and metros for 3 days, a map of the city and the sites, two sites where you can get in for free and discounts on other sites and museums it is well worth the 23 euros pp. You can still use the pass to visit the sites and museums even after the bus and metro part of the pass has expired.
Another thing I'd like to mention is that the Romapass is of much better value than taking any of the tourist buses, which comes out to the same price for a day of travel and no free entrance to sites.

Traditional homemade local food

by alemir82 about Al 16

This restaurant is the place to go if you're looking to sample some traditional homemade local food. It is very popular with locals and tourists alike. They serve a range of excellent local dishes, and the manu changes with the seasons. This is a great place to start off you're experience of Rome.

Roman forums

by jhaddad

A must see is the roman forum it's like a city within a city. It is amazing. Best thing to do is explore it on your own at your own pace. Just make sure you have a good guide book to help you locate the different ruins. I would say you would need a good 2-5 hours to explore the whole forum depending on how much you want to learn about each ruin.


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Address: Largo Sant'Alfonso 5, Rome, Lazio, 00185, Italy