Piazza Grazioli 5, Rome, Lazio, 00186, Italy
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Vatican Tours

by pepere1000

Will be in Rome for one day and want to tour the vatican. Has anyone used ANY of the following tour operators recently;
My Vatican tour, Presto Tours, Viator Tours.
Thanks for any and all informatio

Re: Vatican Tours

by Agraichen

Been there 3 times and never used a tour and have been able to photograph places that are now not even allowed. You can see most of the major sites if you can walk fast in one day. Its not fun but it can be done. As for just seening the Vatican and missing out on the rest of the city I'd say you're missing out, but... just get to the ticket office early and then visit the Basilica after.

Travel Tips for Rome

Must see the Colosseum

by Goner

You must see the Colosseum, it's so much larger than I imagined. It held up to 55,000 people. As you look down into its depths you can see the pens (see in my travelog) where the Christians and the wild animals were kept for slaughter, at the inaugural games in AD 80 over 9,000 wild animals were killed.
The arena had approximately eighty entrances so crowds could arrive and leave easily and quickly, much more efficient than our buildings of today..
The plan is a vast ellipse, measuring externally 615 ft x 510 ft, with the base of the building covering about 6 acres. Vaults span between eighty radial walls to support tiers of seating and for passageways and stairs.
The facade of three tiers of arches and an attic story is about 158 ft tall — roughly equivalent to a 12-15 story building.


by icunme

Whether you are participant or spectator (like I am) - this is one of the city's most atmospheric sporting events during which the city centre is transformed into a no-traffic zone - animated with concerts and performances that celebrate this festival of sport.

As well as the marathon there will be the traditional "Fun Run" (a non-competitive event open to all).

"Marathone Village", food stalls, toilets, shuttle services, police services and first aid points will also be available so that everyone might totally enjoy the event.

Young and in Rome

by Lilyyy about Campo and Trastevere

My personal favorite is Campo dei Fiori which is located about a block away from Piazza Navona. The square is lined with bars that cater to all different types. There are several bars/cafes with tables outside where adults can be seem sipping wine and also bars where young foriegners go crazy at the idea of no solid drinking age. My personal favorite in The Drunken Ship which has fun bartenders and beer pong in the back with generally good music. Sloppy Sam's also has good cocktails with good prices for girls. Here you'll find a mix of 14-17 year old Romans and a ton of American exchange students. Trastevere provides a good scene if you're a bit older [late teens, early 20s]. Many places here are open late so you can not only have a drink but also walk next door and get some pizza al taglio [pizza by the slice]. Anything goes in Campo, but don't be too dressy. Trasteve may be one step up but you still see kids wearing jeans and toting moped helmets.

Great food, great service and reasonable prices

by sirgaw about Silvio Alla Suburra

In 2 months of tripping around in Europe, this was the only restaurant we returned to for a second night.

The menu is also a history lesson and explained that ancient Rome started in the Cavour area. Nearby was the birth place of Julius Caesar.

Small local street, but almost beside the Cavour Metro station. Great food and service and prices very reasonable. Indoor and outdoor dining. I just loved their Pasta Carbonara - and when the waiter brough out my serve, he said with pride, "This meal is over 2,000 years old." He meant to say the recipe is 2,000 years old

Very traditional.

by oneonta_ni about Il Conte Monte di Cristo

Very much a local restaurant serving typical Italian dishes. Nothing fancy, just good food. We had a nice selection of dishes from risotto with zucchini flowers, maccheroni with a sort of minced (ground) sausage sauce, and turkey which was wrapped around carrots and celery and served in a sauce. Desserts included our favourite, panna cotta.

Only negative thing was that there was a steady stream of people walking past trying to sell us everything from roses to photos to wind up toys.


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Address: Piazza Grazioli 5, Rome, Lazio, 00186, Italy