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Localita Bei Poggi, Fiano Romano, Lazio, 00065, Italy
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Costs 62% less but rated 11% lower than other 4 star hotels

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october 15-20 ROME

by sbulbul

We would like to visit to rome in october 15-20 but we have two kids,3 and 12. Is the weather suitable for kids in these period? We do not want to stay in the hotel because of the cold days and to get flu.
Thank you

Re: october 15-20 ROME

by goodfish

Rome will be beautiful. We were there in early October and couldn't have asked for nicer weather. Could you get some chilly days and rain? Yes. Can you get those practically anywhere else in the world? Absolutely. Can you pick up a bug anywhere you go on vacation? For sure.

Just go. Wash your hands often and take all the usual precautions you would at home. Best you can do.

Re: october 15-20 ROME

by goodfish

Just FYI - the highs and lows for Rome in October are:
22°C / 72°F (Maximum high)
12°C / 54°F (Maximum low)

Not that cold at all.

Re: october 15-20 ROME

by sbulbul

Yes..It is not cold..thank you.I think i am going to make a plan..

Re: october 15-20 ROME

by goodfish

Great! But don't "plan" too much? It's wonderful to have a list of places you want to see but keep it flexible for rain and tired children. Your 3 year-old is not going to be as terribly interested in piles of old rock and paintings as you are. Do plan some time in one of Rome's lovely park for he/she to let off some steam. Villa Borghese has some good activities for children.

And your older child? Make he/she part of the planning process. Rome will be far more interesting if they have an idea, in advance, of what they're looking at and why it's important. Ask he/she to choose a site or two from the master list and be the tour guide: do the research on it and be able to tell the rest of family some interesting facts about what happened there. Your public library should have age-appropriate material and the internet is a terrific resource.

Include he/she in the rest of the planning as well and discuss, together, what you're going to see. It will help keep them engaged when you go to that upteenth ruin or church! :)

Re: october 15-20 ROME

by sbulbul

I will keep in mind your advices. My daughter,13, has a big interest in mythology and classical rome history or other historic places. She will have a big experience. Of course, we have no plan for our little boy, he will come with us to where we go.

Travel Tips for Rome


by robyn_ough

when sat at the fontana de trevi you need to know 2 phrases in italian. 1. no 2. via via. well you can guess the first one but the second means go away/leave me alone. as if you stand for more than a minute you will get pestered by men trying to flog you aload of s**t. just be blunt or they wont go away. plus you get men giving the ladies roses saying there free don't take them as 2 mins later they'll come back asking for thier money. i love the romans the most they're all such generous, kind and welcoming of people they made my holiday more than the sights.

You need reservation to visit...

by emmanuelleB

You need reservation to visit the fantastic Villa Borghese and also the domus area. Resa @
Other site @
The Palazzo Quirinale: Only Sundays 8.30-12.30 - €.5

The Roses!

by Jeannkelly

There I go... smell it! touch it! feel it!!! Roses, roses... oh, I love red, red roses...

But I never knew they could climb like ivies (or bougainvillas!).. oh well, it was something that I discovered...

I love the entirely of this park, with the mansion, the topiary gardens, chapel, fountain and roses!!!

From the Colosseum to the Forum to the Pantheon

by azz8206

Rome is a very walkable city. You can walk in Rome and see so many things. In an afternoon I went from the Colosseum inside and out then walked through the Palatine Hill and into the Forum. I then walked through Piazza Venezia down the street Via del Corso which is right in front of the monument and on to the Pantheon which is on the left hand side of the street, there are signs that will guide you. It took me about 5 hrs and I'm a big guy. And all this wouldn't cost you much money. Only 10 euros for the entrance to the Colosseum and the Forum or if you have the Romapass it won't cost you anything.

They all knew to find this place...

by belgianchocolate about Blues café!

We needed a little break after we visited the
vatican museum and the sistine chapel
before heading to the 'San Pietro in Vaticano'.

I know Blues café doesn't sound too good.
But they had a terrace with 2 tables ,
the sandwishes looked attractive and tasted even
better. Christa enjoyed her way to strong
Italian coffe (which she ruined with hot water)
and Free's panini tasted georgeous as well.

What more would a person wish for.
Seems like all the neighbouring shops knew this
address as well. At some moments the bar
was more looking like a take away.


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