La Habana

Via Carlo Cattaneo, 31, Roma (Latium), Rome, 00185, Italy
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Taxi from Airport

by Jackiet147

Hi, I am going to Rome next May with 5 friends (3 couples) and we are going to Fiumincino Airport and are staying between Piazza Navona and Campo Fiori in a B & B called 'Navona First'. Anyone heard of it? They have offered to pick us all up (6 people) for 90 euros and return us to the airport for 80 euros. We would like to do this option as most of us are over 60 and don't fancy the train and bus trip. Does this price sound reasonable or are there chaeper options? I have been before but to Ciampino Airport where we took an easyjet shuttle bus but Easyjet have stopped going to this airport for some reason. Any suggestions Iwould be grateful.

Re: Taxi from Airport

by bekerovka

The regular taxy fare is 40€ from Fiumicino into the Aurelian walls so you'll need two taxis X return= 160€. Considering roman taxi drivers often try to cheat foreign tourists and you'll skip queues... it seems a very good price.
Take a look also here:
Ciao, Marco

Re: Taxi from Airport

by mccalpin

Yes, I agree with Marco that this is probably pretty reasonable given your conditions. If you took a taxi or bus (argh!) to/from Termini, and the Leonardo Express to/from Termini to the airport, this would cost you all 132 euro round trip anyway JUST FOR THE TRAIN (11 euro each way times 6 times 2 trips).

This makes the 170 euro for someone to pick you up all together, handle your luggage and hold your hands, and get you straight to/from the airport seem like a deal, huh?


Re: Taxi from Airport

by puerto_lover

If I was doing this route myself, I would take the FR1 regional train that leaves for the airport station and go to Trastevere Stazione which is about a 35 minute train journey on a regular regional train. Then I would get off at Trastevere and go to the Tram stop just past the car park in front of the station and take the Tram Line 8 (the only tram here ! ) going into ARGENTINA. The tram goes all along the main road in Trastevere and crosses the Tiber at Ponte Garibaldi where you can see the Isola Tiberina before finally reaching Argentina finish which is next to the Largo di Torre Argentina which is a Roman historical site

From where the tram ends to your residence at Piazza della Cancelleria 77, Rome 00186 is no more than a 5 minutes walk. If you wish to look at Google Maps you can see the alternative walking routes. perhaps just continue along the main street Corso Vittorio Emanuele II past the Sant'Andrea della Valle basilica and turn down into the side streets ? Google Maps also give walking directions etc. You can also alight from the tram at the stop before Argentina and walk through the less busy side streets if you have good sense of direction!

Cost would be €5.50 for train the €1 for tram. There is a shop in Trastevere station that sells tickets for Fiumicino rail line as well as Rome transport tickets.
But obviously whilst that route is good for me, perhaps not so great for your visit.

Re: Taxi from Airport

by Jackiet147

Hi, put like that, it seems a VERY good deal! Thanks for your help, I will certainly book it then. Jackie

Re: Taxi from Airport

by Jackiet147

Thank you Marco, I will go ahead and book it. Jackie

Re: Taxi from Airport

by Jackiet147

Thank you for your advice, but as we are all in our 60s, I think the taxi is the best option!

Travel Tips for Rome

Rome is great a lot of...

by Schwartz

Rome is great a lot of culture. I spent one week wandering around the center. I day I first went to the Vatican (St. Peter's Cathedral). It is a place with a very great aura.
Because our friends live there, we visit them nearly every year.

Bring a debit card

by rstary

Make sure your credit/debit card has access to atms. Unfortunately, we experienced an inablility to use our credit cards at places like the coloseum. Some restaurants don't accept credit cards or charge extra for their use. Make sure you have enough euro with you at all times and stow it safely from pick pockets.



There are various shops around the Trevi Fountain from cloths shops, to souvenir shops, to Restaurants, you name it, its around the Trevi Fountain. Love & Happiness are in the area, around the Trevi fountain, so the special lights and the splashes of water makes everything seems so beautiful and nice, though I honestly think that I really enjoyed shopping in this area. Its a mixture of average shops plus stalls. From the shops near the Trevi Fountain I bought cloths, food, flowers and souvenirs. The souvenirs might be cheaper from streets like Via Nazzionale rather than from stalls close to the fountain, otherwise other shops must be at reasonable prices.

Excellent place to eat at Spanish Steps

by plasma800 about Caffe Leaonardo

Caffe Leonardo is just to the right of the Spanish Steps if you are looking at the steps from the bottom. Go to the Statue, turn left and it's in the back corner. You might almost miss it if you weren't careful but that would be a shame if you did! Their patio is wonderful and the food was really great! The PIZZA

More Rooftop Terrace Dining and Drinks

by icunme about Hotel Forum Terrace

Although not quite as romantic as the Mirabelle, as the international crowd here can be a little rowdy. The Forum Terrace - American Bar - offers you a spectacular view of the ancient Imperial Forum, the roof garden of this four-star hotel offers some of the most stunning views of Rome.
From the terrace you can look down into the Forum itself, which is magically lit at night, and across the rooftops to the Piazza Venezia. The restaurant, which offers a more than respectable Italian cuisine, is a great place for a celebratory dinner.
The American bar is open for cocktails and light snacks - it is a rather small terrace and the service is exemplory - they see that your snacks are plentiful and glasses filled.
Via Tor de' Conti, 25-30 tel. 39 06 6792446 (Fori Imperiali) Summer - pernod and water - so refreshing!


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Address: Via Carlo Cattaneo, 31, Roma (Latium), Rome, 00185, Italy