Incanto Romano

Via Carlo Cattaneo 10, Rome, Lazio, 00185, Italy
Incanto Romano Bed & Breakfast
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Forum Posts

November 1st

by EviP

I will be in Rome on Sunday November 1st and i hear it is a holiday. I would like to know if sights, bars, cafes, shops will be closed because of this.


Re: November 1st

by Manara

Museums and attractions that are usually open on Sundays will be open also on this day. Churches may have longer masses than usual, but not that much. About bars and restaurants, they usually have one day a week when they close, a day of their choice, and it remains the same, all year round. So for instance their 'giorno di riposo' is a Tuesday, they will be open this Sunday as usual.

Re: November 1st

by icunme

For the most part, restaurants and attractions in the Center are open on holidays with the sole exception of Christmas Day and Epiphany. They know that tourists will be there.

Re: November 1st

by EviP

grazie mile

cu there!

Re: November 1st

by DDjinaj

Besides the Vatican Museums and Sistine Chapel, rest of the sites, bars and restaurants will be open.

Please note that in Rome (Italy generally) local restaurants are open for lunch time from 12h00 to 14h30/15h00 and then close to reopen for dinner time at 19h00. Some of the restaurants are closed on Sunday

Travel Tips for Rome

Take on the sights and also go...

by dutch-tulips

Take on the sights and also go shopping. Go visit the Vatican, Coliseum, Forum etc. Shopping in Rome is one of the best, the prices are much cheaper than those in America. Indulge on designer goods like Prada, Gucci, Ferragamo and Fendi. Visiting the Vatican especially the Sistine Chapel is always special. I get goose bumps everytime I'm there.

Packing for Rome

by Marpessa

Rome is one of the shopping capitals of the world. And even if you can’t afford anything from Gucci, Armani or Versace, there are plenty of lower priced stores and some excellent boutiques. So just make sure you leave some room in your suitcase.

Comfortable and ‘breathable’ shoes for walking in is recommended, something with a good grip as there are a few hills in Rome.

I was in Rome in summer and there were two things I made sure I had with me at all times, a bottle of water and an umbrella (as one day I was walking around and there was a sudden downpour of rain). See my ‘tourist trap’ section for a tip on buying water.

much more then the usual stationery!!

by abarbieri about Vertecchi

When you ask for anything related to paper and stationery, in Rome everybody will refer to this shop.
But it is much more then that, it will be able to surprice you everytime you return.They sell:
quality leather stuff(bags,wallets,photo book)
quality collectors penns
anykind of boxes
anykind of candles
decorations for parties
Colors and pencils There is also a Christmas decorations shop around the corner(vicolo del lupo 10) and a restaurant/caffee shop right in front of it, still on Via della Croce. from 1 euro up to several hundreds euro very easily

From Aeroporto di Fiumicino...

by bpaskin

From Aeroporto di Fiumicino (Leonardo da Vinci) there are several ways to get to Rome. The Leonardo Express train leaves every 30 minutes from the railway station in the airport. It takes 30 minutes and arrives at the center station Roma Termini. The cost is 17.000 or 8,78 Euro. The first train is after 7 am and the last train is around 10:37 pm. Taxis are good when there is a group of people. Make sure the meter is on and running. They attach fees for using the taxi from the airport, number of bags, and if it is from 10pm - 6am or a holiday. Be sure to understand the add ons. There is a posting in every taxi with the amount they will add on to the meter. For 2 people to the center will run from 70.000 to 80.000 Lit with tip. There are buses that run from the airport, but usually they are not that frequent and are usually only good for late night arrivals.
Rome has good public transport, but can be confusing to get around. Rome has 2 metro lines A and B. Line C is opening in 2006. The two lines intersect at the central train station, Roma Termini. Otherwise, there is a very extensive bus system in Rome. It is possible to get anywhere in the city with buses, though it might take 2 or 3 of them. There are late night buses, as well. They are marked on the signs with an owl. Taxis are also very good. And in the center it should cost no more than 20.000 Lit from place to place in the center. Remember at night and holidays they add a 5.000 Lit fee.

More good cheap places for great food!!

by abarbieri

Please find below a short list of casual places in town where you can have a great full meal for about 20-25 euro per person.All of them serve local/Italian traditional cuisine:

Vicolo Rosini 4
Closed Sunday
Located very close to the Parliament, half way between Spanish Steps and Pantheon.

Trattoria Ugo
Via dei Prefetti 19
Closed Sunday
Same location as Gino

Al Pollarolo (also great pizza at night!!)
Via di Ripetta 4
Closed Thursday
Very close to Piazza del Popolo

Osteria dell'Angelo
Via G.Bettolo 24
Closed Sunday
Located not far from Vatican

Piazza de Renzi 15(Trastevere)
Closed Saturday night and Sunday
Few tables outside

Francesco(also Pizza)
Piazza del Fico 29
Always open only for dinner, near Navon Square.Few tables outside.

Ar Galletto
Piazza Farnese 102
Closed Sunday
Located near Campo de Fiori
Few tables outside

da Enzo
Via dei Vascellari 29(Trastevere)
Closed Sunday
Few tables outside

Trattoria Giggi
Via Belsiana 94(Spanish Steps)
Closed Tuesday
Few tables outside. Call them in advance to make sure they are open and to book a table.Only some of them might accept credit card.
Food is simple but very good, service is very friendly and do not expect to find a proper wine list.


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