Kristi

Via Collina 24, Rome, Lazio, 187, Italy
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Breakfast

by adamparhi

Does anybody know good place for breakfast?
I prefer breakfast buffet (that deserve corn flex or misely with milk - food that I probably won't find in a restaurant...)

Re: Breakfast

by gilabrand

I would just buy a box of cornflakes and a container of milk in a supermarket (don't forget plastic bowls and spoons).

Re: Breakfast

by Ina08

The only places you will get a buffet breakfast in Rome are the hotels.
The typical Italian breakfast is a croissant and a cappucino which are eaten standing up in a bar.

Re: Breakfast

by bekerovka

Hy,
if you stay in an hotel or a b&b, you'll find cornflakes, milk, coffee, butter, cheese, jam, cold meats, juices, bread, ecc.
Italians are used to eat, in the morning, max. a cappuccino and a croissant in the bar!!!
Ciao, Marco

Re: Breakfast

by leics

Agree with all the above.

Every Italian hotel I have stayed in has provided cereals as well as rolls/croissants (and sometimes meas and cheeses) as their breakfast but I have never seen any cafe or restaurant offering this type of meal.

I am sure a 'breakfast buffet' is something which is only offered by hotels in Rome. I do not know of any which allow people who are not guests to eat breakfast, although there may be some.

You can have coffee, croissants, rolls etc in cafes easily. You will find no shortage of places to eat this type of Italian breakfast.

Travel Tips for Rome

Climb to the top of St....

by MaulLove

Climb to the top of St. Peter's. When I went to Rome, I was expecting to be awed be all the ancient ruins (Especially the Colosseum), and I was. I didn't think that anything in the Vatican would really effect me, but I was wrong. St. Peter's was one of the most amazing sights I've ever beholded. After climbing it's seeming endless stairs, I reached the top, and saw the best view of Rome ever. Climbing all those stair really made me appreciate how much work must have gone into its construction. When inside, I spent what seemed like forever just looking up at the roof and all the marble sculptures. It was really amazing.

Serie A Il Calcio a Roma!

by Krystynn

This is only for hardcore tifosi (read: fans) of il Calcio. Two of the biggest teams in Italian Serie A football are based here in Rome.

- AS Roma

- SS Lazio

** Please click on the links above if you wish to know more about these 2 rival Serie A football clubs **

From September until late May, you can catch the city's two teams, AS ROMA and LAZIO, battling it out with rival teams in Serie A nearly every weekend at the Stadio Olimpico.

Awards at stake:

- The Scudetto (read: Serie A Championship),

- The Coppa Italia (read: Italian Cup)

- If Roma or Lazio manage to come within the top 4 best clubs for the season in Serie A, they will gain a place in the Champion's League.

And no... I'm not a Roma or Lazio tifosi. My favorite football team is based in Milan. ;-p Yes, the team where Paolo Maldini, Andriy Shevchenko, Alessandro Nesta and now, Kaka play in. Yes, AC Milan.

Note to AS Roma & Lazio Tifosi: Please don't hate me for supporting Milan....

Photo: The most recognizable man in Rome and all of Italy... who can't walk out of his front door in Rome without having hysterical women tearing at his shirt. Yes, that's Francesco Totti for you. The Captain of AS Roma.

Wow

by stev0305 about Plaza Navona

PLaza Navona is the absolute place to be in Rome on summer weekends. Come to Navona around midnight and start your night here. The many bars and restaurants that makeup the exterior of Plaza Navona make an easy walk to get a drink. In the plaza well over 2,000 people from countries aroud the world drink and be merry together. This is a great place to start your night. Then dependeing upon who you meet, you can go to a club, another bar, or perhaps a early night is in the cards? Whatever you do I recommend starting your night here. The atmosphere, the people, and the diversity is an amazing sight. What whatever you want.

most expensive restaurant in Rome

by TONY786 about IMAGIO..Hassler Hotel -Rome

on the 6th floor of the Hassler Hotel is a restaurant called Imagio , it has panoramic windows with the best views around rome at a cost . you can only book to get a table and when i was there the place was fully booked all week and had one cacelleation on a tuesday night. service and food was amazing cost 300 euros for 2 but was worth every penny. lamb chops and artichoke with chocolate , gnocci starter with ricotta and spinach , warm salad with black truffles , cold cream and asparagus soup, summer fruits ....whilst waiting for ach course the waiter brings finger foods complimentary from the chef for you to pick at...amazing experience as was the price.

Spoilt ambience by lots of loud drunken americans discussing very loudly how rich and what shares they had ...I wonder why I would never want to go there, warned by the maitre de to quieten down and when they left every staff membr came over apologising .. italians have such class its a pity our american cousins dont

Should be the best ice cream

by Turska about San Crispino

This is one of the most famous ice cream-places,and had won lots of trophys.Now I should say it was best ice cream we had...But it wasn´t.Sorry to my sister and others-I´m just being honest.There was nothing wrong with it of course,but it just wasn´t as good as some other.And it was too clod-not soft like usually in Italy.At straciatella the chocolad-flakes were so small,that you hardly taste them.But again:ther´s nothing wrong with this-we just had even better!At least at gelateria nuova vite-i put it at my page.
But go here,and taste also-many people think this is best.

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Address: Via Collina 24, Rome, Lazio, 187, Italy