City's House B&B

Via della Maddalena 51, Rome, 00186, Italy
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Layover In Rome For 7 hours

by verver

I'm thinking of going around Rome on the 110 while I wait for my flight. What's the best way to get from the Fiumicino Airport to the Termini when I can catch the open bus?

Re: Layover In Rome For 7 hours

by leics

Take the Leonardo Express from the airport into Roma Termini.
Goes every 30 minutes, takes around 30 minutes.

There's also a bus (Terravision) and taxis, of course:

Re: Layover In Rome For 7 hours

by verver


Re: Layover In Rome For 7 hours

by effeti

...OR... you could consider to spend a few hours at the excavations of Ostia Antica... so close to the airport!
Look at this tip i wrote, with link to an english site

If you enjoy Google earth, there is also a bunch of landmarks for you to study the place.
I guess a taxi to go there would be the best option... (ask if they bring you there, before taking one)

Re: Layover In Rome For 7 hours

by leics

Have a look at my Ostia Antica pages: you may well decide that they appeal more than central Rome for such a short amount of time (and there are one or two cafes nearby/on site so you can have a cofee/something to eat).

Travel Tips for Rome

Trastevere and...

by fandango

Trastevere and Tevere(river).
See SAint Mary of Trastevere and its magnificient golden works.
The Tevere, the river that cross Rome, cross it by the Isola Tiberina, and get lost on Trastevere, the more tipicall Roman quarter on the city.

Lamposts and Manhole Covers

by WulfstanTraveller

Although not really off the beaten path, because they are all over the place and one can find them near any major sites, these are not "must see" activities. They can be of interest, though, because many date from Mussolini's regime and reveal his attempt to revive the Roman Empire. The lamposts are fairly lavishly decorated in an Art-Deco style and all of these have Roman symbols, such as eagles or "SPQR." They are interesting for this historical significance. A direct tie to ancient Rome is that the Romans tended to put SPQR on many thiongs that belonged to the state, including manhole covers for their highly developed sewer system.

always pay and validate

by xristinaki

exploring rome on foot is the best method of transportation. however, if you need to take the subway then please pay and validate your ticket. We went to some mall by train and had to transfer onto a bus. On the way back, we had no tickets to go on the bus, but you can just walk in, no questions....there is a validation machine on the bus. when going onto the subway, we should've bought a ticket, but we forgot (honest mistake..we always paid previous to this). At the top of the stairs, there were transportation enforcers who asked to see your ticket (first time w saw these guys). If you do not have one, then they asked for 50 euros or you get a ticket for double the amount. So we coughed up 50e each....the guy put this directly into his be sure to pay...

Cul de Sac

by SFHulaGIrl about Cul de Sac

This little wine bar, close to Piazza Navona, is one of the oldest in Rome. The selection of wines is huge, but they also serve meats, cheeses, salads and pastas. The inside can be a little cramped, but the outside fills up early. The staff is nice and efficient. Credit cards are accepted. I'm in love with their cheeses!

Vatican City

by lina112

It was the first we visited in our stay in Rome. Is a litle state in a big city. We visited San Peter basilica and the place where all the popes are retired. The day was raining and we decided dont go to the top of the dome where the views of Rome and Vatican is amazing. I think that we visited all the corner of the basilica and we enjoyed so much.
For more information on my Vatican city page, I vill build soon.

Fue el primer sitio que vimos en nuestra visita a Roma. La ciudad del vaticano es un pequeno estado dentro de una gran ciudad. Visitamos la basilica de San Pedro y las tumbas de los papas. El dia estaba lluvioso y no subimos a la cupula de la capilla de san pedro donde la vista es preciosa, ( lo se porque mi hermana subio cuando fue a roma hace 10 anos). Dejare mas informacion en la pagina de ciudad del vaticano.


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 City's House B&B

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Address: Via della Maddalena 51, Rome, 00186, Italy