Imperial Holiday

Carlo Alberto n 26, Rome, 00185, Italy
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by ruthsie

My husband and I are planning a trip to Rome and Barcelona (or viceversa) this year, could some one offer advice on:

1. We are planning to travel in the second half of the year, trying to avoide the heat, which would be a better month to travel" October, NOvember? Is December too cold, or can we walk a lot without being to cold.

2.Could some please provide advise whether it would be


by leics

As you don't say where you are based it makes it difficult to advise you about where you should go first. From mainland Europe it will make little difference, from other continents it might (depending on airlines). is a good site for finding railway info about Europe. Trains run from Roma Termini to Barcelona Estacion de Franca but it's a lengthy journey. You will need a sleeping compartment.

It might also be worth investigating budget carrier flights from Barcelona to Rome or vice versa. and fly from/to Rome Fiumicino from Barcelona. Mainstream carriers, such as, can also offer good deals if booked well in advance.

It is very unlikely that the weather will limit your explorations/walking in either city. Clearly, October will be milder than December but the latter will not be 'too cold' (imo). Average climate tables available online will give you a rough idea of what to expect. Check the weather forecast online just before you leave and pack appropriately (clothes to layer/warm waterproof jacket etc) and you will have no problems.


by ruthsie

Thank you great tips about airlines. I had posted this question a while ago and since then, I have already decided to travel first to Rome and then to Barcelona via non-expensive airline-as ones mentioned by you-
I live in sunny Miami and will be traveling via Iberia, with a great price US$750 - MIami-Rome then Barcelona-Miami.

I am reading at all the rules in Ryanair, and boy, they offer good fares from Rome to Barcelona but you really need to be aware of all the other fees for baggage, check in, etc etc etc, that will add up to your fair. But still much better than the train trip.

Thanks again

Travel Tips for Rome

Beautiful churches

by janchan

Visit the many beautiful and ancient churches all around in the city. This is the Basilica of S. Paolo (there is a Metro stop here too... line B), a huge and wonderful one, quite outside the center.

Other beautiful churches you should not miss are: San Pietro (of course...), San Giovanni in Laterano, Santa Maria Maggiore, San Lorenzo fuori le mura, Santa Croce in Gerusalemme, San Sebastiano, Santa Sabina, Sant'Ignazio, San Clemente, Santa Maria degli Angeli, Santa Cecilia, Santa Maria in Trastevere, Santa Maria in Cosmedin, Sant'Agnese.... and thousands of other churches also extremely interesting !!

Just citizens of Eternal City...

by chiara76

They even didn't know we had took a photo of them. They are like a sign of this special city, it is like a symbol of power and calmness you can feel there, maybe not in the centre where a lot of tourists are but for example in the place of this picture. I mean Trastevere.
I really like these old people ...



Rome is quite "walkable". I mean, the city has many interisting spots, and between these spots, walking along the small streets is definately beautiful. The streets, the architecture and the smells of the city are quite enjoyable.
Don't even think of renting a car, because Rome is not a city for cars. Don't even think of renting a motorcycle, as you probably won't have the guts that romans do to ride them, and don't even think of taking a cab, as they're very expensive for such short rides.
So walk. And enjoy.

Good cheap, no frills Pizza

by vichatherly about Pizzeria da Baffetto

The place is supposedly a Rome icon, with people waiting in line to be seated at simple wooden benches.

I'm not sure if the waiters are trained to be rude or it's just that they are recruited that way, anyhow, I suppose if your party consists of cute giggling American girls then I think you might get better service, but then maybe it all adds to the colour and romance of the place

Nothing much to be said about the view from the outside "Terrace" as it was a very scruffy back wall covered in very old bill posters from the general election campaign. Pizza was excellent!

Huge queues after 9 pm

If You Love Cats, Don't Miss This

by ForestqueenNYC

Because I love animals and I miss mine who have long since been gone, when in Rome for any length of time, I will volunteer at the Roman Cat Sanctuary.
This wonderful cat sanctuary in Rome is right across from the trolly stop at Torre Argentina where the ruins are. It is easily missed, however, because you have to go down some steps and into a sort of basement to get there. Don't give up. I did volunteer work there once a week while I lived in Rome.


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Address: Carlo Alberto n 26, Rome, 00185, Italy