Domus Borgognona

Via Borgognona, 12, IV piano interno 11, Rome, 00187, Italy
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Termini to Trastevere...

by Chopwood79

I am considering catching the Terravision bus from Ciampino into Rome, which I think drops you off at Termini. We're staying in Trastevere.
Is the H Bus the best route to use? Should we get off as soon as we cross the river? The address of where we're staying is Largo Cristina di Svezia, which on a map seems to be on Via Corsini.
Thanks for your help!
Ciao! Cx

Re: Termini to Trastevere...

by craic

i don't know via corsini -sorry

Re: Termini to Trastevere...

by domenicococozza

First thing first - the Terravision bus is a dedicated service between Ciampino Airport and Termini Station(non stop). It is for the clients of Ryanair, Easyjet, Wizz, My Air, Air Berlin, Blue Air, Central Wings and Fly Me only.
The cost is about 12.50 Euros but you will have to go all the way to Termini.

You can catch a Cotral Bus from Ciampino Airport to the Anagnina Metro Station then metro A from there to Termini, or the Cotral bus to Ciampino Station and the metro to Termini.

Which ever way you look at it, you will end up at Termini. Your hotel is
in an area known as Gianicolo in Tratevere. The Via Corsini is a turning of
Via Della Lungara.
I presume you will have luggage. My advice would be to take a taxi from Termini
to your hotel.

Re: Termini to Trastevere...

by mccalpin

Yep, this address is up in the north end of Trastevere, where the Parco Gianicolense pushes close to the Tiber.

The H Tram, I think, passes too far south of this hotel - you would have to walk more than a kilometer through winding streets with your luggage to get here.

The ATAC website (Rome public transit) suggests that you take the #40 bus from Termini - it takes a somewhat more northerly route - but then it suggests that you get off BEFORE you cross the Tiber, and hoof it about 950 meters to the this is little improvement.

For me, I would do what Dominic said - take the taxi from Termini. Taking a taxi once when there are several of you and you have luggage and you don't know where you're going is just not a bad will have plenty of other opportunities to walk and save money (and you'll enjoy walking in the heart of Trastevere)...


Re: Termini to Trastevere...

by abarbieri

There are fixed taxi rates available from both Rome airports to City Center and viceversa. From Ciampino it is 30 Euro all inclusive and it would be even cheaper then Terravision bus + H bus if you are 3 or 4 people travelling.

Re: Termini to Trastevere...

by mccalpin

Bravo, Antonio! I didn't mention this because I thought that this hotel was outside the 'Walls', but I see at
that it's just inside the line.

I wouldn't be surprised if even for only 2 people, that two tickets on the bus to Termini plus the taxi from Termini would be nearly 30 euro why not take the taxi all the way from Ciampino and save yourself some hassle?

for the press release on the fixed fares from both airports...


Travel Tips for Rome

P Navona - Fontana del Moro

by sandysmith

This fountain, erected in 1574 during the reign of Pope Gregory XIII Boncompagni, was completely restored in 1653 by Bernini. During the restoration of 1874 the four Tritons and the four masks were substituted with copies by Luigi Amici.
The central sculpture, designed by Bernini and carved by Giannantonio Mari in 1655, is mistakenly called "The Moor" due to its characteristic facial features but is really a muscular Triton who is riding a dolphin.

Pie di Marmo: Getting a Kick out of Rome

by von.otter

“It is certain that only being in Rome gives you an idea of what school this is. I really have to say that when we are born again our old ideas look like the shoes we wore when we were children.”
— Johann Wolfgang Goethe (1749-1832) from “Viaggio in Italia”

As you walk the streets of Rome on your way to visit its world-famous sites your path will take you past countless offbeat antiquities. If you aren’t paying attention, or if you do not know where to look, you could easily miss these amusing treasures.

One such archeological find is tucked away on one of the city’s many narrow streets, paved with granite bricks, not cobble stones. It is a large marble foot wearing a sandal! It is thought that the foot is all that remains of a temple statue of an Egyptian god.

You can find it on Via del Pie di Marmo (Marble Foot Street) near to the church of the Dominican monks, Santa Maria sopra Minerva. The foot is at the corner of Via Santo Stefano del Cacco and Via Piè di Marmo

Via Piè di Marmo stands between Piazza Santa Caterina di Siena and Piazza della Minerva.

Metro Rail System - Transport Passes

by Mikebb

The metro rail system is a very efficient way to get around Rome. There are various ticket types which should suit most people. Our first trip was to Circo Massino and we purchased a 75 minute ticket for 1 Euro, although the trip only took 5 minutes. Other tickets available were:
One Day Pass 4 Euro
One Week Pass 8 Euro

Gelato places

by fairy_dust

There is a gelato place on pretty much every street in Rome. Gelato is like ice cream, but better. I ate it every day in Rome (sometimes several times a day!), and tried all sorts of flavours. Aside from restaurants and bars that sell gelato, there were also vendors with gelato stands close to the tourist attractions

St Peter's on a Sunny Sunday

by fiberfreak

We went to St. Peter's Square on a sunny Sunday in October. So, unfortunately, did half of the population of Rome (not to mention the expected hordes of tourists). The square was packed and the line waiting to get into the Basilica was huge - a Bishop's Conference had ended that day. Check before you go whether any special events are going on as this may hamper your ability to enter St. Peter's. Also, the Sistine Chapel and Vatican Museums are closed on Sundays except for the last Sunday of the month.

Fortunately we were able to at least hear the Pope give his Sunday greeting and see him on closed circuit TV but our other plans were dashed because of the number of people.


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 Domus Borgognona

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Address: Via Borgognona, 12, IV piano interno 11, Rome, 00187, Italy