Hotel Richmond

4 out of 5 stars4 Stars

Largo Corrado Ricci 36, Rome, Lazio, 00184, Italy
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Rated 15% lower than similarly priced 4 star hotels

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Casual restaurant near termini needed

by AnncaryB

We've walked ourselves silly -- any suggestions for low key reasonable restaurant near Termini area? Many thanks (and our feet thank you too)

Re: Casual restaurant near termini needed

by leics

Depends what you mean by 'reasonable restaurant'. But I found both the Antica Taverna on Via Milazzo (just behind Termini station) and Maed in Napols (about 5 minutes further on) both perfectly good, and very reasonably-priced.

See my reviews here:

Re: Casual restaurant near termini needed


Got a few recommendations a stone's throw away from Termini.
Have look at my Rome page, and select those on Via Filippo Turati

Travel Tips for Rome

Cheap and very Cheerful!!

by Cathy24

We were on a cruise and were only in Rome for a day. We spent it round the Colloseum, Vatican and the Vatican Museums which were brilliant.

Out of all the places we visited, Rome was the cheapest for food and drink. There are loads of fountains with gorgeous crystal clear ice cold water to fill up your bottles with so we didnt need to keep buying drinks. There are also public toilets at the Vatican which are very well kept.

Also round the walk to the Vatican Museums there are loads of people handing out flyers with advertisments of restaurants nearby. We went to one and got two pizzas, 2 cokes and 2 ice creams for €16! They were the nicest pizzas i have ever tasted (and to think that we spent €16 on just 2 ice creams in Florence!).

The area round the Vatican is lovely - if you have just a day in Rome i would spend it here (hopefully if we go back we'l go to the shopping bit). There are lovely places to sit, St Peters is amazing and the Vatican Museums go on forever ending with the Sistine Chapel. It only costs €8 and you could literally spend all day there.

At the Colloseum there are a lot of quite pushy street vendors selling postcards and parasols - try not to make eye contact as they really try the hard sell and are hard to get rid of.


by Erin74

Disgusted by the Pepsi and wine suggestion I listed earlier? I don't blame you. But this one is good, I swear. Fragolino is a type of wine that tastes heavily of strawberries (I was told that the grapes are grown in the same field as strawberries, thus giving them a distinct strawberry flavor). It's meant as a dessert wine and is quite sweet. It comes in either red or white variations. Restaurants don't always serve it, but you can buy it at many wine shops in Rome.

Lateran Palace

by sandysmith

The rear external view of St John's is just as beautiful as the main one - look at the frescoes in the portico too they are beautiful. Adjoining is the Lateran Palace - the former official residence of popes and a central seat of the Church's government till the exile of the popes to Avignon in 1305. After return from France in 1377 the official residence was moved to the Vatican, which could be better defended and was closer to the inhabited districts of the city.

Use Metro to navigate Rome

by wjstallings

Using the Metro is a quick and easy way to navigate the city; however, it can be VERY crowded at times.
Termini station is the only stop where you can access both trains. The trains lead to directly to several sites. A few sites require 5-15 minutes walk, but that is the only true way to see Rome.

***You should also be aware of the people around you and hold your bags close. We found several people getting close enough to pick-pocket. I had a backpack that I carried on the train instead of leaving it on my back***

Another place for Carciofi alla giudia

by MM212 about Trattoria da Giggetto

Teasingly displaying the freshest artichokes right in the shadow of the unbelievable Roman Portico d'Ottavia, Trattoria da Giggetto serves authentic Jewish Roman cuisine. The trattoria has been run by the same family for three generations and although overrun by tourists, it serves delicious dishes, including the most celebrated Carciofi alla giudia, i.e. fried artichokes (Jewish style). The food is extremely tasty and the ambiance is casual and friendly. Da Giggetto offers a similar menu to the nearby Piperno at materially lower prices, even if not as exquisite. My preference would be to try Piperno, but only if paying the higher price would not be an issue. Da Giggetto's outdoor seating, though, is a plus. Why not try both and decide for yourself?


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Address: Largo Corrado Ricci 36, Rome, Lazio, 00184, Italy