Hotel Trastevere

Via Luciano Manara 24-25, Rome, Lazio, 00153, Italy
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Near the airport?

by nyc_chef_1971

Looking for suggestions/comments/ideas... We will be in Rome only for a couple of days in May. We are going to be flying out of Fiumicino. Would it be better to stay near the airport and is it easy to get in and out of the city? We would like to see the VAtican and the Coliseum.

Can anyone suggest a good B&B in Rome?


RE: Near the airport?

by puppis

Even for a couple of days, I would stay in the city and not near the airport. To walk in the city in the evening is great. You'll miss the atmosphere if out downtown.

RE: RE: Near the airport?

by nyc_chef_1971

Cool, thanks. I did not even think about that angle. We love to just walk around.


RE: Near the airport?

by luvroma

No matter how early your flight is you are better off staying in the center of Rome. There is nothing quite like wandering the streets of Rome, late in the evening after dinner, perhaps stopping for gelato, or grabbing a table in a piazza and ordering an after dinner drink. Don't miss out on this.
To be in the center..for example between the Vatican and the Colosseo, look for a hotel near the Piazza Navona or the Pantheon. I don't know of a B&B, but there is a Hotel Trastevere, not too far off center, that is a 2 star and well recommended by some fellow travelers.
Your hotel can arrange a cab or car service to pick you up for your flight.

RE: Near the airport?

by mccalpin

It might seem tempting to stay near Stazione Termini (the main train station) because there is a direct train from there to Fiumicino. However, many of the flights to the States connect through other places in Europe, and they leave early - like 7 a.m., making it difficult to use the train to get to the airport an hour or two in advance. Long story short...a taxi or reserved shuttle might be the best thing.

If you do the taxi thing, then you can stay anywhere in Rome. The other posters are quite right that walking through Rome at night is a great thing.

See for the official airport website, including information on how to get to the airport.


RE: RE: Near the airport?

by nyc_chef_1971

Thanks all, again very helpful info. Can't wait to visit!


RE: Near the airport?

by prince_polo

if you want to stay near fiumicino you can stay in lido di ostia
these are the numeber of 2 B&B +393479488181 or +39065694283 or hotel belvedere with the view of the sea.

B&B 25euros per night

in the center (near the station)you can stay at the when i was there i had to negotiate the price and i paid 70 euros for a double room

Travel Tips for Rome

When in Rome, do as the Romans do

by Bunsch

I must have led a charmed life up to this particular venture to Italy, because in all the other countries I visited, English was either one of the standard languages or, in the case of France, I spoke the ambient tongue. I suppose I expected that many, if not most, of the hoteliers and shop keepers and transport personnel in Italy would speak at least a modicum of English. I didn't invest in a phrase-book (although it turned out my companion had brought one along). What arrogance! I have only myself to blame for the multiple times when language barriers led to absurd or disappointing results. (It is hard to ask for directions when you can't articulate where you want to go -- and can't understand when someone tries to help out.)

Probably no one reading this tip would make such a foolish mistake, but just in case...either learn enough Italian to get by, or keep a phrase-book or English-Italian dictionary close at hand. I promise you'll have a more enjoyable visit.

(And as one VT'er says in a very funny motto which I will badly paraphrase, speaking English slowly and very loudly does NOT make it more comprehensible!)

Most Ostian apartment...

by AndreasK

Most Ostian apartment buildings were like ancient condos, with all the tenants sharing facilities and expenses. One important facility shared by all was the communal forica, or latrine. The picture shows a large airy room, where a marble bench with twenty holes runs the length of all four walls. Unbelievable how much time the ancient Romans spent in public :-)
See my Ostia Antica travelogue for more information.

Let's use the vendingmachine

by moacha

The tickets of a railroad ,if possible, it is good to purchase with a vending machine in Rome.
When I went to Orvieto from Rome ,I purchased with the vending machine. It was 12 euros,
but when I bought return at the window of the station of Orvieto, the price of it was 13 euros.
It seems that the vending machine can purchase somehow cheep in TRENITALIA.
At first, you choose,six kinds of languages, Italian, English, French, German, Spanish, and Portuguese, and push a touch panel. Then "purchase or change of a ticket"sign comes out. You choose it, input the destination and a date.
Payment has three patterns of cash, the card of a bank, and a credit card.
Since operation is easy, I recommend purchasing your ticket by the vending machine

A nice spot on Piazza Navona...if a bit touristy

by vichatherly about Tre Scalini

The guide books said that it was known for its chocolate studded tartufo (chocolate-chip ice cream), and so after a long day walking around we decided to give it a try.

The restaurant has a nice spot in the Piazza Navona. The food was okay..nothing spectaular...apart from the chocolate-chip tartufo. The bill was a bit pricey as well.

Proably better just to turn up for dessert!

The Roman Zoo

by Cagri+

When you tired of walking endless streets of Rome, have an afternoon at the Zoo located in Villa Borghese.

Although it is not a huge one, it is well planned and quite a large variety of animals from Griffaes to Tarantulas.


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Address: Via Luciano Manara 24-25, Rome, Lazio, 00153, Italy