Hotel Saint Paul

4 out of 5 stars4 Stars

Via Vito Volterra 43, Rome, Lazio, 00146, Italy
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Costs 44% less than similarly rated 4 star hotels

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Mid november(14th-18th) weather for kids according to past years?

by sbulbul

We are going to rome in november 14-18 with 3 yrs old boy. Is it bad time to go with him because of cold, snow,wind anything else.I have checked out for past years from its archive.And generally it was 20-21 C mid day and clear except 2007..He is good boy to walk with us but we are afraid of windy cold days.we will not be outdoors at night,in the hotel of course.But we don't want to get him ill while travelling.What clothes will be comfortly for him? etc.

Re: Mid november(14th-18th) weather for kids according to past years?

by cgf

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by cgf

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Re: Mid november(14th-18th) weather for kids according to past years?

by leics

Of course chilly weather is not bad for your child. Nor is night air.

Nether will make your child ill. This is simply not factually correct. Being excessively cold for a long period can lower resistance to any germs which are around, but cold and damp in themselves do *not* cause illness (nor does getting wet).

As Fugu says, take clothes you can layer (for yourselves as well as for your son). Several thin layers are warmer than one thick one, and you can take them off or add them as you need to.

Make sure you have padded waterproof outer jackets, and hat, scarf and gloves too. Also make sure you have sensible warm shoes. Two pairs of thin socks are warmer than one thick pair.

Most of all, let him walk as much as possible to keep warm and let him run around in open areas/parks (Rome does have these!). That way he will generate his own body heat and be a much happier boy anyway!

Don't worry. He'll be absolutely fine whatever the weather if you pack sensible clothes for him.

Re: Mid november(14th-18th) weather for kids according to past years?

by leics

I am assuming it will not be 20C in November....mostly because I suspect it will not be. The 'padded' jacket does not, of course, have to be one of the very thick ones but a thin waterproof jacket is unlikely to be warm enough (and especially so if the intention is for the child to spend a long time sitting in a pushchair).

People who are accustomed to a warmer climate feel the chill more easily than you or I. The opposite equally applies, of course. Hence me wandering around in short-sleeved t-shirt in February Sorrento whilst locals are wearing sweaters, leather jackets and scarves.

Best to check the Rome weather forecast a week or so before the trip, to see what is predicted.

Re: Mid november(14th-18th) weather for kids according to past years?

by leics

I think I'd prefer to rely on the BBC's climate statistics for Rome:

You will notice that 23C is the record high. Daytime temperatures are more likely to be in the mid-teens, chillier in the early morning and when the sun starts to set.

But climate averages are just that.....averages. The poster will need to check the weather forecast nearer the time to see what is likely to happen.

Re: Mid november(14th-18th) weather for kids according to past years?


If you have checked the historical weather, then I think you will have a good idea what to expect. The weather of Rome and Istanbul is a little closer than the weather of Rome and northern Europe.
So we from northern Europe would not find Rome cold. 20-21 C midday sounds excellent!

Other than that, take the advice from previous replies!

Travel Tips for Rome

Let's eat Gelato !

by moacha

In Rome, people who are eating Gelato are often seen on the street.
Italy is birthplace of ice cream, I seem that it is everybody favorite.

There are also many Geleterias, most stores are equipped with 20 or more kinds of ices, and there are many homemade things using abundant fruits in plenty.
Gelato is a rare object of eat in sweet taste with a sufficient degree. The small size that I ate is 2.5Euro.
The double size is 2.9 euro and the triple size is 3.2 euros.In Tetmini Station's Gelateria.

Beating the heat

by Rhondaj

It was sunny and HOT! Our best defense was to start early, (8 o'clockish) come home for the afternoon (3pm) and take a nap, and then head out again (7pm). This system worked well for us and it seems to fit in with the local afternnoon closings of restaurants and other small businesses. Of course, the little internet cafe on our corner closed and opened whenever they felt like it....hit or miss with that place...

For me it was Piazza Vittorio....

by Giulia_ua

For me it was Piazza Vittorio. It is a garden and ruins of a castle or a church. For sure it is not the most beautiful place in Rome, especially around the garden – market. But in the garden, it is quite in the afternoon, and you can sit and have a little rest after long walking.

Getting to Rome we came in on...

by mjmarble

Getting to Rome we came in on a highspeed train, my recomened travel choice when touring Europe. Upon leaving, we flew out (and headed home much to my chagrin). Both the Airport and the train terminal (Termini), are top rate and modern. The Termini has a mall in attached to it. My only real complaint is the chairs at the Airport are not very comfortable or condusive to sleeping. They're some of the worst I've found, actually.
The subway system, or Metro, while somewhat limited, is one of the best ways to get around. I was told that everytime they go to expand it they run into more archeological finds which prevent them from running new lines. We also took a taxi to the Airport, which was interesting because we prepaid due to the hour we took it and got there rather quickly. Romans as a rule drive completely insane. We also walked around quite a bit which gave us a true sense of the city. Of the three: walk as much as possible, take the Metro when going long distances and take a taxi only when absolutely necessary. Also avoid the buses due to pick pockets.

A quick lunch in the city centre

by gmg61 about Di fronte a...

If you're strolling through the city centre and want a rest and a quick lunch, try this restaurant in via della Croce.
In an old building, they serve tasty salads, good pastas, pizzas and meat.
Friendly service and affordable prices Insalata Appassionata


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Address: Via Vito Volterra 43, Rome, Lazio, 00146, Italy