Chroma Dyo Hotel

Via Merulana 139, Rome, 00185, Italy
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High Holidays in Rome

by mvbrownie

I will be in Rome for Yom Kippur. Does anyone know of a synagogue that permits visitors to attend services?
Thank you

Re: High Holidays in Rome

by ATLC

If you type 'Rome synagogue' in Google you get various links. This is one that might be of help:
http://query.nytimes.com/gst/fullpage.html?sec=travel&res=9A0DE3DB1F31F93BA1575AC0A960948260

Re: High Holidays in Rome

by leics

If you are not Jewish, you will only be able to visit a Reform synagogue for services (and then only by invitation). If you are Jewish, there should be no problem in simply finding the nearest one via google and introducing yourself to the rabbi beforehand.

Re: High Holidays in Rome

by Lacristina

I'm not Jewish, but three of us (gentiles) attended a service in the main central synagogue of Rome as guests of a friend, a young Jewish-American woman. (Not during Yom Kippur, however.) While there was security, of course (i.e. checking purses) there did not seem to be any problem with us attending. This was two years ago, things may have changed.

Re: High Holidays in Rome

by AprilTwoCats

The Great Synagogue of Rome (Tempio Maggiore di Roma), on the banks of the Tiber, is an Orthodox synagogue that can be reached via its web site:
http://www.tempiomaggiore.roma.it/

Travel Tips for Rome

How to buy from a street vendor

by fairy_dust

If you want to buy something from a street vendor, it's very easy to haggle the price. If you see something you like, ask the price, and then offer to pay something even lower (like half the original price or even lower than that). Then the vendor will try to offer another price, and you just keep haggling until you come to a price that you both agree on.

Vendors expect you to haggle the price. And when you do haggle, you'll end up with great deals!

There are plenty of wonderful...

by globetrott

There are plenty of wonderful villas surrounded by vast parks.

Some of the villas had been built in that area without permission, but who actually cares, as these landowners obviously have the right friends in the right places...

Metro tickets

by catalunya07

If you want to buy a ticket for the metro, don´t bother with the machines - they NEVER work. During the day you can buy them from a tabaconist, if it´s late then you can´t buy one, it´s that simple. Don´t expect any help from staff, they don´t care in the slightest.

Yummy Fried Zucchini Flowers!

by Leslieb66 about Al Fontanone

The owner was wonderful and was also our server. The fried zucchini flowers and artichokes were amazing! We had grilled sole, pork loin and asparagus. All were terrific. And followed it all with a cappuchino and canneloni! Delicioso!!!

Vatican City

by Jmill42

An independent country all on its own in the middle of Rome, the Vatican's massive surrounding wall implies importance on every level. Holding within its boundaries the home of Catholicism, it has a feel of importance. Though the lines during high season can be ridiculuosly long, it is worth the wait. Within its walls are are some of the most famous works of man, the Sistine Chapel, La Pieta, and, for me, the most impressive building on Earth, St. Peters Basilica. The Vatican Museum, and all its works, are not to be missed.

The Vatican City is spread apart all over Rome. An example is the Basilica di Santa Maria Maggiore. While not having a towering wall surroundiong it like St. Peter's, it is nevertheless, a part of a different country!

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Address: Via Merulana 139, Rome, 00185, Italy