Gladiatori Palazzo Manfredi

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Via Labicana 125, Rome, Italy
Palazzo Manfredi - Relais & Chateaux
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quickest route from ciampino to the city?

by MissThing606

normally I use the terravision bus from the airport to eh city. My next trip will be one day only (and only a small bag) so I'd like to save time, if possible.

I've red about the Schiaffini but to Anagnina metro - how often does it leave the airport? would ciampino-anagnina-termini necessarily be faster than the terravision bus direct? I'll arrive Saturday am.

on a side note, which metro station is nearest to campo dei fiori?

Re: quickest route from ciampino to the city?

by mccalpin

The Schiaffini schedule to the Anagnina Metro station can be foun dat http://www.schiaffini.com/AlPercorrenze2.asp?Loc=28&Sub=66&p=0

"ORARI FERIALI" = weekdays and Saturdays
"ORARI FESTIVI" = Sundays and holidays

The run to the Metro station takes 20 minutes and costs either 1 euro or 1.20 euro if bought on the bus or at the bus stop.

You'll have to add up on your fingers if this is faster than a direct bus to Termini. I have to say that once you are on the Metro, you will be traveling faster than the bus, but it depends on how long you have to wait for which bus.

There are no Metro stations near Campo de' Fiori....you may be better off taking a bus from Termini, or if it's a nice day, you can take the Metro to the Barberini stop and walk - it will be a kilometer or more (just a wild guess).

Bill

Re: quickest route from ciampino to the city?

by craic

the buses which leave just outisde termini have useful boards showing all their stops - there are probably several

buy a bus ticket (1 euro) at the newsagents in the station and validate it when you get on the bus

Travel Tips for Rome

Soaring columns by night!

by Jenniflower

A lovely thing about Rome is it is lovely by day AND night.

We did ALOT of walking here. We ate alot of pasta whilst here so that gave us alot of energy! haha

A personal favourite is old colums and pillars, and these were just stunning. They are just after the Pantheon piazza, on the way to the Trevi fountain.

Soaring and elegant.

Silently speaks volumes!

Hmmmm......we walked...A...

by Angel_Dust

Hmmmm......we walked...A LOT!!! Albeit we got lost a lot too...but it was nice just wandering around to Piazza to Piazza, they are all relatively near each other...but each with its own uniqueness....

Bycicle

by AstrOlga

In the nice season you may want to try to rent a bycicle. You can find one in Piazza di Spagna station or in the beautiful park of Villa Borghese. Of course, it won't be so cheap, but it's more reliable than local transports, and will be so pleasant to go around downtown and see so many things you wouldn't notice in a cab or a bus. Plus Rome's subway has only 3 lines that cover the whole city, you would have to walk a lot anyways!

Avoid the 'il due colone'...

by corky_128

Avoid the 'il due colone' restaurant - unbelievable it features in the 'Eyewitness' guide as good value for money. Well it's not - its right up there in Rip off Rome Anything other than pasta, pizza or other muck

The Coliseum

by Jeannkelly

If Eiffel Tower is to Paris, then Colosseo or Coliseum is to Rome. Definitely the signature landmark of the city built almost 2,000 years ago as an arena for the gladiator combats. Been through worst disasters the last one in 1349 tore a good half of it.

It was only in the 18th century that the Romans had deep concerns of preserving it.

What is interesting in the Colosseo, at least to some botanist or plant lovers would be its flora. According to my Prof. in natural tourism, she did a good part of documenting the plants in the Colosseo as her dissertation. At present there are 242 species of plants while in 1855 there were 420. I honestly did not knew about it when I visited the place and went inside. At least I have another good reason to enter the place to check these flora.

Do take notice of these plants when you visit the place before these will become extinct.

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Address: Via Labicana 125, Rome, Italy