Hotel Tre Fontane

51 Via del Serafico, Rome, 00142, Italy
Hotel Tre Fontane
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  • Solo55
  • Business64

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Forum Posts

Checked Luggage

by barrackman

Does the train from the airport to train station offer the option to check luggage? Is there storage space on the train,such as overhead racks and would they accomodate a large suitcase? Thanks.

Re: Checked Luggage

by mccalpin

"Does the train from the airport to train station offer the option to check luggage? "
No.

"Is there storage space on the train,such as overhead racks"
Yes, I think so; if not, then at the end of the car.

"would they accomodate a large suitcase?"
Yes, one place or the other - oddly, I have never been on this train, but since many people arrive in Italy this way and I've never heard a complaint about storage, I have to believe there's ample space, just as on most Italian trains...

Bill

Re: Checked Luggage

by iaint

Plenty space on the train for luggage, but obviously all depends on how busy the train is!

No aware of any check in facility at Termini, but any time i've used the train I've been travelling light.

Re: Checked Luggage

by leics

No, you can't check your baggage.

Nor do you need to.

The 'Leonardo Express' has space for luggage: it's specifically designed as an airport passenger service, so it would be pretty useless without.

You will have no problems managing with a suitcase. The only issue I (being small) had was in hoiking my suitcase up the steps into the carriage; hardly a major problem!

Re: Checked Luggage

by Lacristina

Yes, as the others have noted, there's plenty of room. Although there is storage at the end of some cars, most folks just drag their suitcase with them and maneuver them between, around and on top of their seats.

If you have time, walk all the way down to the end of the train and enter by the very last door on the last car. You'll find it easier to get on there. Also, your car will be the closest to the station when you arrive.

Don't forget to "time stamp" your ticket in the yellow machines.

Re: Checked Luggage

by barrackman

Thanks everyone for the helpful info

Travel Tips for Rome

Trevi Fountain

by Sarita76

There's not much to say about this super super famous fountain... It's too famous to add something new and original to its story, so I will just refer the most frequent comments I've heard from tourists and friends when finally seeing the fountain... "Wow, it's so big, while the square is so tiny!!!" or "It's amazing how you can find such a wonderful masterpiece around the corner...". :-)

Oranges!

by ccmoira

Don't miss the 'Parco degli Aranci' on Aventino
Hill. You can get there from S. Maria in Cosmedin walking past the Rose
Gardens. (thanks Aroman for help with the info - help is always welcome as I'm not the best with directions).
The park has a great view of the city. It's right next to some medieval churches. Lots of oranges!
There is another park behind the Colosseum. It's a bit bigger. You just have to walk past the Colosseum up a street (to the right). You'll be walking next to a big wall. Then you turn right and follow a switchback, between two tall walls. The gate to the park will be on your left. It's a good place to take kids or just to relax. There isn't a really nice view though.

Dolce vita and peanuts?

by melissa_bel about Taverna del Campo

Yes, Campo de' Fiori is one busy piazza and places to drink abound... most of them catering to young adults. Hopefully, there is a place or 2 for those who still know how to party but feel jadded or fed-up with the "trendy" scene. This bar is for you!
There is nothing fancy in this small bar: exposed bricks, a small counter... but the mood is always great, wine barrels are full of peanuts for costumers to take (olives and cheese are also available).
In the afternoon, it's pretty quiet and you can have lunch there with their tasty crostini but at night... with the Campo being what it is, it gets full of carefree patrons enjoying wine or limoncello (theirs is particularly excellent) to get the night started. The little terrace gets full and soon enough, the crowd just overflows around the tavern!
And the prices are not outrageous!
One of my favourite bar in Rome.

Sapori del Lord Byron

by aliante1981 about Sapori del Lord Byron

You can get pretty much every type of international upscale dish in here.

It's as luxurious as the "Lord Byron' hotel to which it belongs, so dressing up smartly (and remember that Italians are among the smartest dressers in the world!!!) is a must. I would also very much recommend booking in advance if you're not a guest of the hotel.

Incomplete Destruction

by DEBBBEDB

Deb wrote: We got off the sightseeing bus at the Coliseum and saw some people who had been in line with us the preceding day. Anyway, the Coliseum was as interesting as a ruin would be.

Barb's son wrote: My grandmother wanted to see the Coliseum. Our driver told us that people used parts of it to make other things, and that one of the popes tried to destroy it.

Opening hours from 8:30 am to one hour before sunset (Good Friday 8:30 am - 2 pm, June 2 1:30 pm - 7:15 pm):

8:30 am - 4:30 pm from January 2 to February 15
8:30 am - 5 pm from February 16 to March 15
8:30 am - 5:30 pm from March 16 to last Saturday of March
8:30 am - 7:15 pm from last Sunday of March to August 31
8:30 am - 7 pm from September 1 to September 30
8:30 am - 6:30 pm from October 1 to last Saturday of October
8:30 am - 4:30 pm from last Sunday of October to December 31

Closed January 1, December 25. Ticket office closes one hour before closing time

Tickets COLOSSEO/FORO ROMANO and PALATINO valid 2 days:

ADULTS € 9,00 + € 2,00 (for exhibitions)
REDUCED FEE € 4,50 + € 2,00 (for exhibitions) for European Union members between 18 and 24 years old
FREE ENTRANCE for persons under 18 and over 65 years old from the European Union

ENTRANCE RESERVATION individuals € 1,50

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