Giampy Guest House

via Daniele Manin, 58a, Rome, Lazio, 00185, Italy
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Train /metro.bus combo from Airport to Rome Central Park (Marriott) Hotel

by carrollnelson

We want to take the train and bus/metro ...whatever makes sense from the airport FCO to our hotel located at Via Giuseppe Moscati. What combo would work best? The hotel website says go to Train Station Gemelli Line FM3. What routing would that be starting from the airport? We will have very little luggage and don't mind walking, etc, with in reason.

Re: Train /metro.bus combo from Airport to Rome Central Park (Marriott) Hotel

by mccalpin

You can find the answer by rail by going to www.trenitalia.com, looking for "English", and entering a request for a trip solution from "aeroporto fiumicino" and "Gemelli" (which, to my surprise, came out to be the right station).

You will see that the proposed solution will have you take the FR1/FM1 from the airport to Roma Trastevere, then get off and wait a few minutes, then take the FM3 out to the Gemelli stop. According to the map, the hotel is practically next door.

The fare will be 5.50 euro 2nd class (the only class) one way, each. The total trip will be about an hour. Reservations are not needed; indeed, they are not even possible. Just buy the tickets when you get to the train station at the airport, validate them, and get on.

Note that these are commuter trains, so the frequency of the trains probably varies over the course of the day. I looked at 7:00 a.m. (and following) for tomorrow morning, and I see that there are four such solutions between 7 and 8 a.m.

This routing would be faster than going all the way to Termini on the Leonardo Express, and cheaper, too, because the airport is southwest of Rome, your hotel is on the northwest side of Rome, and Termini is on the eastern edge of Rome's center.

Actually, you're lucky, this is a pretty good routing.

Bill

Re: Train /metro.bus combo from Airport to Rome Central Park (Marriott) Hotel

by carrollnelson

Thanks so much Bill. Great info!

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In a quaint little piazza opposite the famous Da Augusto is the Casetta di Trastevere. Instead of queueing at Da Augusto we gave it a try & it was great , in fact we went back twice. Everybody in our party of four enjoyed every meal. Fresh lasagne, Oxtail stew & a spagetti seafood dish washed down with good local wine. We paid about 70€ for 2 courses plus the wine .
The staff were very friendly, especially Monica whose English was excellent. Can't wait to go back. The oxtail dish was excellent, the meat was just falling off the bone & the sauce thick & full of tomato/beefy flavour.THis chef can cook!

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There is much distinction in the food of Sardegna - the pizza crust is very thin and crisp - much to my liking. I've entered this restaurant to find the whole roasted pig laid with all the garnish on the buffet table. You'll enjoy a very good red house wine here.
Lovely patio tables overlook the small Lago Leopardi and ruins there that are currently being restored.
This Merulana area is our old neighborhood and boasts many very good, inexpensive restaurants - very worthwhile to take a walk along Merulana with a good appetite. Quatro formaggio pizza with red/yellow/green grilled peppers - the best! Seafood salad from the buffet - always available.

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Address: via Daniele Manin, 58a, Rome, Lazio, 00185, Italy