Esedra Inn Rome

via Nazionale 243, Rome, 00184, Italy
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Forum Posts

Tme zone question

by MissThing606

So, Italy is 1 hour ahead of GMT isn't it? does italy have saylight saving time and if so when does it begin?

I will be in Rome for 1 day and I'm trying to give myself some rough timelines for arrival into the city and errands to run.


Re: Tme zone question

by froggyj

it changes same time as the uk

Re: Tme zone question

by CliffClaven

Italy, like the rest of Europe, uses daylight saving time, which means that currently the time in Italy and other countries in the Central European Time zone is GMT+2. Daylight saving time will end and clocks will be changed to standard Central European Time (GMT+1) on 28 October.

Travel Tips for Rome


by travelgourmet

Addiction begins when you stare into the rainbow of colors in the display case and say to the person on the other side of the glass partition, "Un gelato, per favore.

Ah ha, the flavor?What flavor to choose from the myriad of selections. It's never easy to choose a flavor. They all look yummy and after having several, which you will, you're still not sure that the one next to the one you have chosen, may not be better.

There must be a gelato store in Rome like coffee shops are in Seattle, on every corner. Italians don't have a monopoly on loving gelato and once you have tasted one, you're hooked. Gelato lovers may claim one store over another, but to me any gelato store will do. "Un nuovo gelato, per favore."

Tempietto di Bramante - An architectual icon

by Chamsa

Bramante's small but very important Tempietto built in 1502 was a trendsetter for Renaissance architecture due it's uncompromising clarity.

It's located in a court next of San Pietro in Montorio, Via Garibaldi.


by pincopallo_it

Best way to move around Rome is to take the underground !
My first advice is to buy dozens of tickets when you can because in most of the underground stop you won't find a place to buy it and automatic machines don't work really well.
With the undergound you can reach the Rome where Romans live, where they go shopping , they go to sleeping !

La Buca di Ripetta

by anne_h about La Buca di Ripetta

This is a nice restaurant near the Piazza Popolo. I ate here by myself and sat next to two women from San Francisco. It sounded like they had some cool tech jobs out there, and they just decided to take off to Italy for a couple weeks. They're probably unemployed now. Anyway, I had tortellini in brodo, really great carpaccio, and an artichoke.

trevi fountain

by sylvie-uk

One of the most beautiful fountain of Rome. It s Agrippa who brought the Acqua Vergin to Rome by building an acqueduc in the century b.c..
The fountain works started in 1641 and was was finished by the architect Salvi(1735).
The sculptures on the right are said to represent the legend of the soldiers of Agrippa who were in the countryside looking for water and met this young girl who indicated them a pure water source. it s in the memory of this girl that they gave the name "virgin" to this water source.
On the left, it s Agrippa explaining the plan of the acqueduc to Auguste.
In the middle is the "Ocean s statue" in a shell shape cart pulled by winged horses.


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Address: via Nazionale 243, Rome, 00184, Italy