Kent

3 out of 5 stars3 Stars

Via Reggio Emilia 71, Rome, Lazio, 00198, Italy
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Satisfaction Excellent
Excellent
22%
10
Very Good
45%
20
Average
27%
12
Poor
2%
1
Terrible
2%
1

Value Score Great Value!

Costs 30% less than similarly rated 3 star hotels

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  • Families82
  • Couples77
  • Solo83
  • Business66

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Forum Posts

Via Veneto

by keakalina

I read in a book about the Via Veneto - said go to Spanish Steps, climb them and you will be at the Via Veneto - is this near the Trastavere?

Re: Via Veneto

by nicolaitan

trastavere - on the other side of the river from the spanish steps.

via veneto - depending on whether you are at the top or the bottom of the steps, a variable walk of 10-20 minutes, shorter from the top along via sistina, then first left, then a right at the via ludovisi ( eden hotel ) for two blocks.

by metro, one stop from spanish steps to the foot of via veneto.

Re: Via Veneto

by henry14

This map should help you get an idea of where the main sights are in relation to each other. Select the sight from the list on the right of the page and it will put it on the map for you. You can zoom in to see the area in more detail if required.

www.rome.info/map/

Re: Via Veneto

by Paisleypaul

Via Veneto starts at Piazza Barberini (Barberini Metro stop on Linea A is here)and winds up to the Giardino Borghese and in one direction to the Spanish steps. Little of Fellini's La Dolce Vita remains on Via Veneto, we have only ever visited the Hard Rock Cafe.

Trastevere - across the Tiber - is South of the Vatican area and is less well served by Metro, Cavour on Linea B may be closest, trams are better. If you walk from the area behind the National monument it is only about 10 minutes or so across the river to Piazza Santa Maria in Trastevere which is such a lively hub of an evening

Re: Via Veneto

by monorailgold

Hello,

The via veneto is about a 10 minute walk from the spanish steps or one stop on the metro . It is not near trastevere.

Re: Via Veneto

by jimwebster

Henry14,

Thanks for the URL. After having been to Rome, it is amazing how close many of the tourist sites actually are once you get your bearings. Many are within walking distance of each other.

Re: Via Veneto

by henry14

Thanks Jim. I agree - for a city which appears so big at first sight, its suprisingly compact really.

Re: Via Veneto

by RalphRT

The Via Veneto is not near Trastevere.

Travel Tips for Rome

Money Money Money

by jag17

ATM machines are located all over Italy, and are an easy way to access money. The machines also have a variety of languages, making them very user friendly. Just remember, your ATM is tied to your checking account! In the US we have options to transfer money, or take the money from a savings account. The ATM's in Italy do not have these options. They are only tied to your checking account, and that's where the money comes from. I learned the hard way, and needed to make a long distance call to transfer funds.

Packing List

by syllybabe

Try to keep your luggage small and pack as lightly as possible. The hotel rooms are small and so are cars. If you're travelling by train, the smaller the bag, the easier to stow in the overhead luggage compartment. Comfortable walking shoes but I would like to add that as much as possible, try not to wear sneakers. I noticed that everyone was so well dressed and hardly saw sneakered feet.
I'm not one who worries about getting wet in the rain but this time I will actually suggest for you to grab an umbrella. There is so much to see that you shouldn't let a little rain stop you from seeing the city. Bring your usual prescription meds and some over the counter pain pills and cold/flu meds. Most stuff sold in pharmacies are labeled in italian and have information inserts that are in italian as well so buying a common cold medicine becomes trickier than it should be. I took a digital camera that had batteries that seemed to last forever. I charged it only once in 2 weeks and I don't have to worry about developing the pictures. Biggest bonus is that you can delete the pics you hate right away. One mini disk stores over 120 pictures if taking fine quality pics.

Nativity Scene

by nicolettart about Upim

In mid-November the department stores like Upim and Standa were just beginning to put out their Christmas items. I was able to pick up some small pieces just as they were unpacking their shipment. Now, we're not talking high quality museum pieces like you would find in Spaccanapoli in Naples. I bought some small plastic bags of flour, pottery, stucco farmhouse fragments covered in moss, donkey pulling a cart, and some figures. Nice additions to my Nativity. They were inexpensive between 2 and 7 Euro.

Antica Taverna

by carl517 about Antica Taverna

good roman food (we had pizza and pasta), decent ambience, cute ristorante tucked into a corner near pizzeria da baffeto. was nice to find at least one place not dominated by tourists! also, they didn't try to cheat us like some other places we went to :( prices were in the 7-10 euro range (at the time this was 10-15 USD) for pizzas, pastas, or secondi (entrees). I had a lamb secondi, which was very flavorful but a little lacking in meatiness. However, I also had the margherita pizza, which was delicious! overall, any restaurant that does cheese pizza that much better than in the States, can't be that bad...

If you ask us-this had best icecream!

by Turska about Gelateria nuova vite

Italian icecream is good-if you ask where it is best,you will have hundreds of answers.We thought it was best here.It had some stickers of travel agencys and some contest,where red"best ice cream 2005""best ice cream 2006" and so o and so on,so we weren´t the only ones to love it. Coconut and pineapple-they had real coconut-flakes in coconut-icecream and so on.

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Address: Via Reggio Emilia 71, Rome, Lazio, 00198, Italy