Fori Imperiali Apartments Rome

Via Vittorio Veneto, 24, 00187 Roma, Italia, Rome, 00184, Italy
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Forum Posts

Ostia Antica schedule for Mondays

by AngelNY

I just made a reservation at the Ostia Antica Hotel for the Monday prior to my flight. I was hoping to see the ruins but now I fear the site is closed on Mondays. Any ideas as to what I can do in this area on a Monday if it is truly closed.

Re: Ostia Antica schedule for Mondays

by mccalpin

What time does your flight leave?

Yes, the excavations at Ostia Antica are closed on Mondays. Actually, there are many archeological sites in the area around Ostia and Fiumicino (the town and the airport), but they are almost all either closed on Mondays or are open only by previous arrangement. And without a car, you would have trouble getting to a lot of them anyway.

So, what time are you getting to Ostia Antica and what time do you leave the next day? Maybe there is a plan B...

Bill

Travel Tips for Rome

Internet Cafe

by Marpessa

There are internet café’s all over Rome, so you shouldn’t have too hard a time finding one. There are many around Roma Termini - I found quite a few on streets running off the exit on Via Marsala. There is even one in the McDonalds near Piazza di Spagna.

A good price to pay for using a computer at a café is 0, 50€ for 15mins.

Enjoy the green Eden-Botanical garden.

by eugini2001

The garden is located in the heart of Eternal city, the richest in the World in history and archaeological presence, between Via della Lungara and the Gianicolo Hill, in the Palazzo Corsini garden. The official name of the place is the Botanical garden of the Department of Plant Biology, University of Rome “Sapienza”. This is the archaeological area Ager Vaticanus which, in ancient times was a suburban territory, crossed by streets with their successions of tombs and villas. The garden originates from Vatican’s gardens, when Nicolo (the third) Pope from 1277 to 1280 moved the seat of papacy from San Giovanni in Laterano to the Vatican area, ordered the enlargement of the Leonine Walls and included area called Pomerium.In 1288 Pope Nicolo (the 4th) identified the therapeutic virtues of some plant species present in specific area, cultivated during Bonifacius V111’s papacy (1294-1303), founder of University. During Pius V’s papacy 1660 the university Botanical Garden not linked to the Vatican Administration-was founded behind the Fontana dell’Acqua on the Gianicolo Hill in 1660,then transferred to the Palazzo Salviati Garden in 1820,to the S.Lorenzo in Panisperna Convent Garden 1872 and then 1883 to the Villa Corsini alla Lungara Garden. The Ministry of public instruction appointed Pietro Romuaido Pirotta to the post of Director.
I loved this garden; they have a collection of South African and Central American flora, mostly cactuses. One tree was absolutely adorable, it looked dried from the bottom to almost top of its stem, but the top had several leaves (cactus style ones) that are green and alive as they can be. The palm trees garden and bamboos are very impressive. As for the bamboo one, its collection is one of the richest in Europe. It includes about 70 entities. Some bamboos reach remarkable heights, over 20 meters in height and the dwarf bamboos make up understory of the Japanese and Chinese forests. The garden of Aroma has bunch of little plants like basil that smells very nice. The ferns collection has a species that was considered extinct, but was found later and proudly presented in the garden now. In the middle of the garden there is a fountain with staircase in a baroque style. From this point you can enjoy picturesque view of Rome. I loved their “fruitful trees” garden that consists of all kind of fruit trees and plants from cotton to olive and apple trees. It was very pleasurable trip to the garden or even a nice touch of the nature.

New Year's Eve

by German_Girl about Piazza de Repubblica

Two girls in Rome on New Year's Eve who did not know what to do and where to go - so they ended up at this crowded place. The live music and the light show were great though. Ok, different countries, different traditions. It was 5 minutes before midnight on my watch, and as there was no countdown - we were rather surprised when suddenly the champagne corks popped. Beside that it was just too crowded and we missed the chimes, the most terrible thing was that people shooted with champagne and we were wet all over. This was like Formula 1 and not a party I am used to....Prost Neujahr! Better wear a swimming suit or something similar... ;-)

Best Pizza in Rome

by naibaho about Mondo Arancina

It looks like a common pizza stall you can find all around Rome. But this is different.

During my 3 days visit in Rome, I eat pizza for snack, lunch and dinner. I have limited my pizza stall for those who have gained reputation in the review list - made either personally by an individual or those who have the culinary expert.

Among the others best pizza, I would say this is the best pizza by the slice I ever get in Rome. The only pizza that I think will be able to beat this one is the one I ate 4 years ago in New York city, near Thompson street.

I taste the cheese pizza (margarhita) and the ham cheese pizza. The best thing about their pizza is they have all the fresh ingredients and the crusty in the right portion. I can taste the fresh smashed tomatoes between the melted chees in my slice of cheese pizza.

The place actually famous for its arancini - the balls they sold. But somehow, I think the pizza won the taste. The margaritha and the quatro formaggi (four kind of cheese pizza)...!!! You will like the taste of the tomatoes and the cheese in your mouth...!!!

Ristorante-Pizzeria-Bar

by Paisleypaul about Il Barocco

Take away or pavement cafe for pizza by the slice, panini, ice cream or drinks.

Wholly unremarkable - that is not to say that it's not any good, just very much middling for what you find in Rome, or anywhere in Italy in fact. Typically wonderful Italian ice cream

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