Crossing Condotti

Via Mario de' Fiori 28, Rome, 187, Italy
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Staying by the airport???

by devi.


I will be traveling through Italy this March and have an early flight home. I was wanting to spend my last night some place close to the Fiumicino air port, that is not in Rome. I was looking for something that would be different and a nice end to a great trip, and not too expensive. I have been having problems finding much of anything, and have been looking in Fregne, Fiumicino, and Focene... Does any one have any suggestions?

Thanks so much!!!

Re: Staying by the airport???

by mccalpin

1. At what time does your flight depart?
2. Will you have a car?


Re: Staying by the airport???

by devi.

Our flight leaves at 7:15 am. We wont have a car we will be using a trian pass, and then a taxi. I looked into staying in Rome and using the train transfer, but it would cut the time close. So I was wanting to find a place that we could maybe take a taxi a short distance.


Re: Staying by the airport???

by mccalpin

Yep, 07:15 is really early.

As you probably already know, the Leonardo Express doesn't leave Termini until 05:52 (arrive at Fiumicino about 06:30), which is too close for you.

Since you will not have a car, whatever you do will involve getting a taxi (or a limo) to meet you at your location at some specific hour like 05:30 or 06:00, so where you are spending the night doesn't matter so much.

There are 2 hotels at the airport (well, a Hilton for sure, and I think there's another) but I don't know that these would qualify as "a nice end to a great trip". Otherwise, you might look at someplace in Fiumicino, but I don't know what you'll find there (I haven't stayed out there myself).

Personally, I would stay at a hotel that you really want to stay at in Rome, and just accept that you will be leaving it at 05:15 or so on the last are very accustomed to arranging such taxi pickups the night before, because those of us who are taking a one stop through the UK to North America have to be on those early morning flights out of Fiumicino...


Re: Staying by the airport???

by Maryimelda

Bill is right. For a few extra euro you can stay in Rome, have a lovely dinner and a last look at a favourite place or two and just accept that you will be paying for a cab at 5am. I have done this on a number of occasions. The cab fare is in the vague vicinity of EUR50, sometimes less, and the cabs always seem to be reliable at that hour. Just get your hotel desk clerk to order it for you. A word of warning - Cabs at this hour can tend to be early rather than late and some (not all) will put the meter on whilst they are waiting for you. It's a good idea to be ready a few minutes early, in case this happens.

Travel Tips for Rome

You must have lots of gelato....

by Audrey118

You must have lots of gelato. It is sold everywhere, but my favourte is
San Crispino; there is one near the fountain. It is a very tiny narrow shop, but I tell
you it is the best.

There are many flavours, the ones I like are nut based - pistachio, hazelnut, but I
find that Italians make the best fruit flavour ones as well. So original!!!!

Another one I went to is a walk from the Pantheon at some road with a name Magdalena. They have so many flavours it is mind boggling. The fruit flavours there are also
good but cannot rival San Crispino.

S. Gregario Magno

by alloquisha

A mere two minutes from the forum is possibly the most peaceful spot in Rome: the Monastery of San Gregorio Magno. We had no idea this place even existed, but we decided to explore a bit and see what it was like inside. The interiors of the few buildings here were nothing special, but the setting in a beautiful herb and flower garden made the detour extremely worthwhile. There were also some interesting architectural details in the flattened columns (see photo). Be sure to visit the smaller chapels a bit further into the site.

To get here: from the Colosseum, simply head away from the city center down Via Di S. Gregorio and look for a bucolic church and garden on your left. It looks like you can't get in, but go a little further and you will see the entrace up the small hill.

Stazione termini

by Angelinka

situata al centro di roma collega il centro con la periferia, c'è un centro commerciale al suo interno e a 5 minuti piazza esedra con una fontana molto bella soprattutto di notte. Da qui partono anche le due linee della metro ed è la stazione degli autobus principale.

it's in the center of rome and connect the center with surrounding of rome,in the station there is a commercial center and in 5 minutes you can reach Esedra square with it's amazing fountain, above all in the night. From here start the 2 metro lines and many busses

Tonda Pizza

by siso010 about Formula 1

Once you are in Italy sure you should try Pizza.
Pizza in italy has 2 names Pizza and Tonda Pizza.
Pizza is a slide of a choosen content of pizza and you eat it in slides.

Tonda Pizza is what a round pizza we know everywhere.

TONDA PIZZA IS TO BE MAKEN AT NIGHTS ONLY.dont try to find it out during the day. You choose it has a very good kinds of Tonda Pizza

The start of all


Piazza Venezia is the best place to start any tour around Rome.
The central point of this piazza is definately the monument to Vittorio Emanuelle II, which can be seen almost everywhere from Rome.
The most important avenues converge to this piazza: Via del Corso, Via Quattro Novembre, Via del Plebiscito and Via dei Fiori Imperiali, which goes along the roman forum until the Coliseum.
The Palazio Venezia next to the square was constructed in 1455 by LEon BAttista Alberti by orders of cardenal Pietro Barbo, who was later Pope Paul II. It's been considered one of the first Renaisance constructions. It is now a museum which has important medieval and Reinasance paintings and sculptures by Bellini, Gozzolo, Sansovino, Alemanno, Reni and Giorgione.


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Address: Via Mario de' Fiori 28, Rome, 187, Italy