Eurostars Roma Aeterna

4 out of 5 stars4 Stars

Via Casilina 125, Rome, 00176, Italy
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Costs 39% less than similarly rated 4 star hotels

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Forum Posts

contact lenses?

by MissThing606

Maybe it's a strage question but: can you buy contact lenses in rome *without* a prescription?

I know you can do it in Florence (and yes, it's the same country!) but I thought I'd check all the same.

thanks. :)

Re: contact lenses?

by oriettaIT

I bougth it without prescription in Veneto so I think is the same in all cities.


Re: contact lenses?

by monorailgold


I never knew you could do that! Next time I go to Rome I won't stress so much about having enough extra contacts "just in case". I am curious about the cost. Do you remember how much they are? Are they comparable to what we would pay here in the states and do you just take the box with the size and strength information on it to the drug store?


Re: contact lenses?

by oriettaIT

Just to clarify, my post was related to "one-day" contact lens, I use nearsightedness lens and pay about 20-22 euro for 30.
Bye, Orietta

Re: contact lenses?

by croisbeauty

I use glasses and occasionally buy them in Italy without prescription. Well equipted shops have that laser thing (dunno how to call it) in order to check what kind of glasses I need, so am able to do all what takes in the shop alone. I suppose the same goes for lens too.

Re: contact lenses?

by MissThing606

I'm not sure about how it compares to the US prices but contacts in Italy are cheaper than UK. I know my prescription but last time, I took the old box just to be on the safe side.

Travel Tips for Rome

Ondablu launderettes

by Yijie

This is a chain of launderettes. For the one that is only 20 metres from Roma Termini train station, it costs 3.2€ to wash the clothes (40 minutes) and another 3.2€ (20 minutes) to dry them. The maximum load allowed is 6.5kg. Washing powder costs an additional 1€. The assistants here are very helpful.

From the left side of the train station, walk along Via Gioberti and turn right when you reach Via Principe Amedeo. It is open daily from 8am to 10pm.

Santi Giovanni e Paulo

by leics

A lovely, tucked-away church on the Celian Hill. Only 10 minutes walk from the Colosseum, but very peaceful.

Giovanni and Paulo were two weathy-ish Romans who were beheaded on the spot (their houses) in 361AD, because they refused military service. What is supposed to be their house(s) is accessible under the church (the Case Romane: see tip), along with part of a Roman street.

The two were supposedly buried on the spot of their martyrdom, so the church has a shrie marking the spot. It also has lots of chandeliers and is a popular church for weddings. There was one when I visited, which meant I couldn't really explore it properly (it would have been somewhat intrusive!), but I think it would be worth a visit.

The separate campanile is very pretty: some of its decorative ceramic discs were originally ancient Arabic plates !): they are now displayed in the Case Romane museum. Underneath the campanile is part of a massive temple to Claudius.

On Clivio de Scauro; access from Via Claudia (on the right at the top of the hill) or from Via di S. Gregorio (on the left with the Colosseum behind you).

Ticket Settimanale - The first thing as you arrive

by Frisbeeace

As soon as you arrive in Rome, go to a Tabacceria (kind of drugstores with a big T on the door) and buy a metrobus ticket settimanale (7 days) for E 12.50 each. Then you can board all buses and metros without limit. Nobody won't ask you ever for the ticket but you may be fined heavily if it happens. As you board your first bus you have to validate the ticket inserting it in the machine on board. Same at any metro station.

Restaurants usually serve from...

by fga

Restaurants usually serve from about 12.30 to 3 p.m. and from 7.30 p.m to midnight, and each is closed one day a week. The strictly italian snack bar or tavola calda offers pasta, slices of pizza and others snacks, sandwiches and salads.

Gladiators no more...

by kakou226

You can't go to Rome without seeing the Coloseum. It's a classic landmark.

I was fortunate enough to be in town on free museum day and had the benefit of a guide to bring the ruins to life with stories.

Admission can be a bit pricy, but you are now able to walk on a platform where the "floor" used to be to get the view the gladiators saw. There are also audio tours available.


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