Hotel Filippo Roma

Via Filippo Turati 163, Rome, 00185, Italy
Hotel Filippo Roma
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area to stay

by fairyindadragon4rest

whats the most central area to stay in in terms of tourism?is it safe?
is historic centre good?

looking at a 100 euros a night
any suggestions would be welcome
thanks a ton

Re: area to stay

by leics

Look at for accommodation options and reviews.

Yes, it's safe as long as you use normal city common sense. Last time I stayed at which was excellent.

I always stay around the Termini area, which has reasonably-priced hotels and is convenient for getting everywhere. Termini has rail, metro and bus station, and is where the airport transport ends up/goes from. The Colosseum is about 20 minutes walk away. All of central Rome is extremely walkable, but also has an excellent public transport system (bus/tram/metro); you can get a 3-day pass for 11 euros.

Re: area to stay

by mfas2000


just a follow up, we have alreayd booked a place near the we hear is close by to all atraction?

Is it so? is it a good place to explore the city? nearby attraction?

Any recommendations for god resturants around that place?


Re: area to stay

by leics

Yes, around the Pantheon is fine. Maybe 20/25 minutes walk from St Peters/Vatican, about the same to the Colosseum/Forum.

It's in the historical centre, so it's easy to walk (or get transport) to all the main sites. The centre of Rome is not a spread-out as many other cities, so it really is easy to explore. Get a good streetmap when you arrive.

Travel Tips for Rome

Piazza S.Maria in Trastevere

by sandysmith

This is the main square in Trastevere and its lovely church has its facade decorated with the mosaics of the 13th century. It occupies the 5th place in the hierarchy of Roman churches after St Peter's, St.Paul, St.John and S.Maria Maggiore for its ancient origins as well as for being the first dedicated to Madonna.

Daytrip - Tivoli

by rita_simoes

Tivoli is a wonderful medieval town with two main attractions: Villa Adriana and Villa d'Este. Villa Adriana is for those who like ruins; Villa d'Este is for those who like fountains and gardens. I love both! So I had a great time there.

Just be sure to go early if you want to visit both of them, because there's so much to see that you will need a lot of time. It's really worth it!

More info and pics at my Tivoli page.

Buses in Rome--a warning

by ariNC

Just a note--we used the Roma card for bus and subway travel during 3 trips to Rome in the past few months. They system is great and easy to navigate, and the subways are fine, but buses can be a different experience. I remember reading one guidebook that said 'women may be uncomfortably close to strangers' but it was a lot worse than that. Women, pay attention--just don't get on a crowded bus in Rome. I swear they are pervert magnets, and a less crowed bus will be along shortly. The 64 in particular is crowded very often, I was groped and worse on two out of three trips.

A restaurant filled with locals

by Callavetta about Da Mario alla Chiesa Nuova

This restaurant on Vicola Chiesa Nuova turned out to be my favorite restaurant during this visit. Filled with locals, and run by a family it does a brisk business. Even Mama, who looked to be maybe 80 years old, was busy slicing the big loaves of bread, cutting slices of meats and grating cheeses. The woodburning pizza oven is roaring in the main room and the pizza chef builds a never ending train of pizzas in view of diners. The Antipasto Misto here was to die for! A plate of deliciously grilled vegetables; peppers, eggplant, squashes, stuffed mushrooms, a generous slice of vegetable torta, marinated beans and sliced meats made up this feast. I followed this with an excellent carbonara. A mezzo bottle of the house red was perfect with this meal.

Piazza Navona.

by Maurizioago

This square was built on the site of the Domitian stadium.

There are three fountains here. One of these is the Fountain of the Four Rivers. It was designed by Gian Lorenzo Bernini and was built by some of his pupils in 1651. Four giants represent the four rivers known at that time. The Gange, the Danube, the Nile and the Rio de la Plata. The other fountains are; the Fountain of the Moor and the Fountain of the Neptune.

In Piazza Navona there are two churches (if my memory serves me well), some shops and restaurants.


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