Hotel Beldes

3 out of 5 stars3 Stars

via degli Scipioni, 239, Rome, Italy
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Average
20%
32
Poor
11%
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Terrible
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9

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  • Families76
  • Couples63
  • Solo90
  • Business63

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Is FCO train station connected to FCO Terminal 2(previously AA)?

by fatwombat10

We will be flying EasyJet from Rome in December. We will be catching the Leonardo Express train to FCO Airport at 08:30am. Please can you advise how I can get from the Leonardo Express track to Terminal 2? Is the train station connected to Terminal 2?

Re: Is FCO train station connected to FCO Terminal 2(previously AA)?

by domenicococozza

When you arrive at Fiumicino Airport from Rome, just follow the signs to departures - you will initially come into Terminal C(or 3).
Then turn right and you will come into Terminal 2(or B) departure lounge.
The station is connected to Terminal 3 by a gangway and steps.

Re: Is FCO train station connected to FCO Terminal 2(previously AA)?

by fatwombat10

Thank you Domenic.

Travel Tips for Rome

It takes your breath away!!

by JetSetterGirl

It is so weird to turn a corner in Rome and stumble upon the Pantheon. The first time I saw the Pantheon it simply took my breath away. The Pantheon is actually enormous!! The inside is beautiful and huge, although it is slightly dark in there.

Try to have dinner at one of the surrounding restaurants/cafes. The food at the restaurant I ate at was above average, but it was well worth it for the view of the Pantheon, the obelisk, and the people watching.

Business Hours

by TRimer

Most shops in Italy are closed from around 12.30 to 4.30 every afternoon. They are also usually all closed on Monday mornings. Grocery shops however are open on Monday mornings, but are closed on Thursday afternoons and don't re-open until Friday morning. Apart from grocery shops on Thursdays, most other shops are open every weekday evening until about 9.pm. They often have late night shopping one night a week.

Visit POMPEII - Don't Forget!

by Krystynn

You must TRY and spend a day (or at least half a day) to visit the ancient city of POMPEII, now lying in ruins after the eruption of Mt Vesuvius in the year 79AD.

Footnote: POMPEII - a town preserved by volcanic lava since the eruption of Mt Vesuvius tells the story of everyday provincial Roman life...

So, if you want to know a little bit more about what life was like during those times, c'mon over then.

Buses and the metro

by Rahel

If there would exist schedules (I didn't see any of them), don't believe in them. The metro normally is the fastest way of getting from A to B. But there are only two lines, they build like a cross. If your reaching point isn't next to a metro station, perhaps you should take the bus. During the day (from 5 a.m. to 12 p.m. I think) they go regularly. After there are night buses, but it can take you an hour of waiting, if you already missed one. If it's cold, I would say the taxi is the more comfortable way.
Tickets for one day (all buses and metro lines are included) costs 4 euros.

Matricianella, the place for Roman food (Rustic).

by JoelArias about Matricianella

This is great food and central location. I had a chicken with olives and tomatoes. My friend Joanne had the stuffed eggplant, which was rich and flavorful. The prosciutto at Matrianella was the freshest I have ever tasted. I had the Chicken bathed in Olive Oil, Black Olives and Tomatoes.

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 Hotel Beldes

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Address: via degli Scipioni, 239, Rome, Italy