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Via Varese 31, Rome, 00185, Italy
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transportation port to FCO

by ketten

Other than the train does anyone have an idea of how we get from Citavecchia to FCO. I know it's about a 45 mi. drive and there are 4 of us. A taxi will only accomodate 3 I think. Does anyone know the aproximate cost of a taxi or a shuttle service or even a private driver.
Thanks.

Re: transportation port to FCO

by nparmelee

Romecabs.com, viator, romashuttle.com, romeshuttlelimousine.com lots of shuttle services.

Re: transportation port to FCO

by mccalpin

Yes, there are many limo and shuttle services...www.airportconnection.it is recommended by VTer monorailgold (Donna)...I believe that the limos will be cheaper than a taxi, in any case, and you'll know the price up front as opposed to being on the meter...

Bill

Re: transportation port to FCO

by lifeisatrip

You may try these two sites also.

http://rome.airports-shuttle.com/

http://www.aboutroma.com/airport-of-rome.html

Re: transportation port to FCO

by jlm2008

we are just back from rome the train is the best and cheapest way we went to get a taxi and three seperate drivers quoted us between 80 and 105 euro to go to termini!!!!

Travel Tips for Rome

Vatican Museum

by meteorologist1

My primary goal at the Vatican Museum was to see the Sistine Chapel...probably everyone's goal. Once again, I have learned so much about this great masterpiece that Michelangelo did in my art class. The museum is fairly big; it has a lot of ceiling art work, all very beautiful and colorful.

The Pussy-Park ;-)

by Jeannkelly

I called this place (Sacred Area of Largo Argentina) the Pussy Park because I have never seen so many stray cats contained in one place... And to affirm it all, there exist a shop in the area that sells nothing but cat-figurines, cat-chimes, cat-mugs, and all things are cat-designed... Alright!!! So, do you think it deserves the name I call it???! ;-)

Oh to get to this place... well, just try getting lost around the streets of Trastevere and you'll end up in this corner... Well, this was how I got into this place... ;-)

Forte Prenestino

by miromi about Forte Prenestino

(more later) a crazy squat inside a gigantic medieval fort. i think it's medieval. it reminds me of the king's quest castles... hundreds of wild, out of control punks, ravers, activists, and general wackos getting it down in a giant complex that consists of a huge dancefloor in one of the chambers, an art gallery, a record shop, a bookstore, and two cafes. this place is enormous! rough, dirty, whatever you want!

Beer - desperately seeking drinkers

by baronedivandastad about Antica Birreria Peroni

This place is extremely recommended.

The first thing you're likely to notice is a pack of people waiting outside until very late. That's because reservations are not very common in this part of the world - you just go and wait for a while sipping a beer on the street (yes, you can do it here, it's not Campo de' Fiori).

After you get your table you're likely to sit in an airy and noisy room that's decorated with weird neoclassical frescoes of cherubs portraited in association with wine barrels and the likes. The whole complex is enriched by citations on beer and health courtesy of Count Salviucci, who used to be a member of the Science Academy of the Church State.

The frescoes are the work of an artist called Albani, who decorated in a weirdly unreal way what used to be a beer and ice warehouse in the early years of the twentieth century.

The staff will accommodate you in an informal way that may even seem rude to whoever does not know the Roman way. In our case this happened around midnight on a Saturday evening (the place will serve food until very late). The pastas were simple and excellent, scamorza (melted cheese) with ham a real surprise, the desserts were of the best quality.

On top of all stood the excellent beer. The place is still the only outlet for the Peroni factory, which used to be not far away from here. They have three beers from the draught: the bland Nastro Azzurro lager, the outstanding Gran Riserva double lager and the excellent and very strong red ale.

The bill amounted to well below expectations, which is not common at all in Rome. The staff deserves praise for their fabulous sense of humour and their relaxed but efficient way of serving you (one of my friends applied for a job on the spot that evening!).

I am sure you'll come out happy. Peroni Gran Riserva from the draught. A real relief in summer nights.

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by bsfreeloader

Climbing the subway steps and emerging to see the Colosseum is one of the more surreal urban experiences imaginable. Perhaps it is due to the Colosseum’s history or its familiarity from film, but the last step up those subway stairs is one that immediately transports you from the modern world to a time of gladiators and gruesome spectacles. The experience in time travel isn’t complete without entering the stadium, an experience that is enhanced by skipping the long lines with the purchase of a Roma Pass before arrival.

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