Domus Victoria

Piazza Vittorio Emanuele II 138, Rome, 00187, Italy
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Forum Posts

Ticket Machine ( Visa cards )

by vincentbuhagiarooooo

Is it possible to purchase trian ticket with Visa debit card from Termini station.

Thank you in advance

Re: Ticket Machine ( Visa cards )

by Ina08

Yes, the counters as well as the ticket machines accept all major cards. So you should have no problems there.

Re: Ticket Machine ( Visa cards )

by vincentbuhagiarooooo

Good morning, AND THANK YOU HAVE A NICE DAY

Re: Ticket Machine ( Visa cards )

by leics

I think you may find that ticket machines only accept cards which are chipped. I have not used those at Termini with my card, but it is common across Europe that only chipped cards are accepted in such machines because the vast majority of european cards are chipped.

Unless a VT-er can confirm that Termini machines accept non-chipped cards (and assuming yours does not have a chip) you would be best to use cash or go to the ticket counter (be prepared to queue).

Re: Ticket Machine ( Visa cards )

by Ina08

Chipped cards are only introduced in Italy as of these last months. All the machines accept both versions with and without chip, as do all the other places that accept credit/debit cards.

Re: Ticket Machine ( Visa cards )

by leics

That is useful to know. Thank you.

Re: Ticket Machine ( Visa cards )

by Ina08

You are very welcome :-)

Re: Ticket Machine ( Visa cards )

by cgf

In Italy I saw chipped master card since four (maybe five) years, and it was firt time I saw it.
About selling machine, I remember to have used amex last year to buy a ticket at Fiumicino so it must be also at Termini, Amex is not a cheaped card.

Re: Ticket Machine ( Visa cards )

by vincentbuhagiarooooo

Thanks to all very helpfull

Re: Ticket Machine ( Visa cards )

by Mozumbus

During our last visit, my friend used VISA DEBIT CARD (non-Italian) at Termini sucessfully...

Re: Ticket Machine ( Visa cards )

by vincentbuhagiarooooo

THANKS A LOT

Travel Tips for Rome

Rome should be seen on foot.

by Globies

Rome is like a museum in open air. On every corner you will see something of interest. That makes it very diffcult to describe my favorite thing about Rome. I think that tjhe thing I liked most was the Vatican and its museum. Such splendour and beauty! So many beautful pieces of art that are famous all over the world are right in front of you.. Amazing.. What very much helps in making Rome such a beautiful place, is the weather. October is a lovely time to visit, not too hot but just warm enough to give that mediterranean feel about everything. Late night dining in lovely restaurants, late night strolls...

Cars we want to have in Rome one day

by icunme

Italians love their cars - and I have become endeared to these little cars I see in our neighborhood. The only model I recognize is the Citron and the "naked" Smart - so, someone help me out here if you know what the others are. Thank you, George - TIABUNNA says this second car is a Morris Minor from England! Grazie!

Clothing

by sinoda about Along the Corso

Many and variuos types of shops generally clothing - from internationally known brands to local "no names"... find a cheap little somthing or spend some serious money on something dire - anything goes

The Roman subway

by Jenniflower

The trains in Rome run on time generally, but are not that frequent. The Rome subway network is much simpler and smaller than in London. It's basically a cross-shaped intersection of two train lines, one running NW to SE , and the other NE to SW. They intersect at 'Termini' station, which is right in the middle of the city and equivalent to Kings Cross in London. So, not bad to use, but we far preferred walking everywhere, as there is so much to see!

Exemplar of Sardinian cuisine

by Paisleypaul about Perdingianu & Croccoriga

This offers the regional cooking of Sardinia which as ever is subtly different to that of Lazio, Sicilia, Toscana or any other regione. We spent slighly more than average here but only because it was the second last night, failing which we would have definitely been back.

* UPDATE #2 * Finally fixed that broken link to their website - it is very slow to load ! - but is now working. Great ristorante, take a look ! From the mixed Sardinian antipasti to fillets in wine and wild boar that made up our main dishes with contorni of patate and asparagi , with mineral water and beers, right to the free grappa we were given at the end this ristorante just does not miss.

Sardinian wine list offered some choices little seen in Rome, we enjoyed the white Cala Vermente (not sure about the second part of the name there)

*UPDATE* Photgraph waiter took of the pair of us shows wine bottle as Argiolas Costamolino *
http://www.cantine-argiolas.it/pub/prodotti/showprodotti.jsp?id=215&is=103&iso=7

EU 60 in total and worth every bit of it

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Address: Piazza Vittorio Emanuele II 138, Rome, 00187, Italy