Gli Artisti

Via degli Scipioni, 53, Rome, Lazio, 00192, Italy
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Forum Posts

Cheapest flight from Los Angeles to Rome

by oslocairo

Hi!

Any suggstions for the cheapest way to fly to Rome from Los Angeles, California?

Thanks

Re: Cheapest flight from Los Angeles to Rome

by virtual786

One way tickets on famous name airlines are VERY expensive.
Check out www,airninja.com for no frills airlines worldwide. I checked them out and Aer Lingus, the Irish airline might help you. Also, there are flights to Rome from Las Vegas on Condor. I ddn't check out their website, but I'm sure they price their flights on a one way basis. Getting to Las Vegas airport from Los Angeles should be very easy.
For more suggestions check with a travel agency.

Re: Cheapest flight from Los Angeles to Rome

by virtual786

I, again. I just checked airninja, again. Air Berlin flies from LAX to London Stanstead and from there there (isn't that great - there there?)are several no frills carriers to Rome. Air Berlin also charges on a one way basis.

you're welcome

Re: Cheapest flight from Los Angeles to Rome

by BrandonDarnell

According to this article, there should be a host of opportunities for low-cost airfare. Depending on when you are leaving, it might be a good idea to check out some of the new services opening up in LA.

When I have flown to Europe, I have had good luck using the United Star Alliance carriers. Air Canada and Lufthansa are two of my favorites.

Here is the article link: http://www.nytimes.com/2008/03/23/travel/23pracopenskies.html?_r=1&ref=travel&oref=slogin

Travel Tips for Rome

Shopping in Via Condotti

by Tetreus

The most expensive shoppingstreet of Rome is starting at Piazza di Spagna.

If you want to buy some Gucci, Bulgari or a Valentino..........just go ahead !!
But...take a big purse to pay the bill.

Palace of the Conservatori

by steph4867

Across from the Capitoline Museum, the Conservatori is based on a Michelangelo architectural plan and is rich in classical sculpture and paintings. One of the most notable bronzes, a Greek work of incomparable beauty dating from the 1st century B.C., is Lo Spinario (a little boy picking a thorn from his foot). In addition, you'll find Lupa Capitolina (Capitoline Wolf), a rare Etruscan bronze that could date from the 5th century B.C. (Romulus and Remus, the legendary twins who were suckled by the wolf, were added at a later date.) The palace also contains a Pinacoteca (Picture Gallery)--mostly works from the 16th and 17th centuries. Notable canvases are Caravaggio's Fortune-Teller and his curious John the Baptist; The Holy Family, by Dosso Dossi; Romulus and Remus, by Rubens; and Titian's Baptism of Christ. The entrance courtyard is lined with the remains (head, hands, a foot, and a kneecap) of an ancient colossal statue of Constantine the Great.

Navigating the Italian Train System

by wilocrek

Italian trains can be confusing and overwhelming; specifically if its your first time in Rome and you feel rushed. The following tips will help to ease the confusion.

- Dont always look for your train by the city your going to. Many trains end up at a different destination with your stop simply being one of many. Look for your train by the time its leaving and the train number and then go to the assigned platform.

- If your stop is not the end of the line be ready with your bags before the train comes to your stop. The train does not stop for long so you dont want to be scrambling with your bags after the train has stopped. Stops are not always announced. The best way to be prepared is, assuming the train leaves on time, simply be ready to exit the train about five minutes before the time of arrival on your ticket.

- Finding your seat is easy. Your ticket will assign you a location like this - 8:107 - this means you are in train car 8 and seat 107

Tipical dishes

by Lillolo about Il Casale

really a "warm" restaurant... It is an old country house made of stone and wood and inside a fireplace is always crackling. Here u can try the "polenta" coocked in a copper pot or fantastic "fettuccine ai funghi porcini", and every kind of meat. POLENTA and "abbacchio", but also "fiorentina" and "tagliata"..... mmhhhh

Heaven!

by kari5

We spent the best part of an afternoon just relaxing in the gardens at Villa Borghese. It was a wonderful way to chill and get some peace and quiet, the park just seems to go on forever. We did have a run-in with some gypsies but they seemed to be fairly isolated and we just gave them a wide berth. Aside from that it was really nice to find a place to relax in the middle of the city.

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