La Papessa

3 out of 5 stars3 Stars

Vicolo Sciarra, 61, (Angolo via del Corso, 241), Rome, 00187, Italy
La Papessa Guest House
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Rated 10% higher but also costs 26% more than other 3 star hotels

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by Shadow75

I going to travel to rome the next mounth.

I will arrive at ciampino airport, and my hotel is in Piazza da Republica

How i can go from the airport to Piazza da Republica




by pwrblond

hey there! I suggest you take the airport bus shuttles they offer. There are a ton of them...mostly around the same takes awhile but its cheaper then a taxi and more my opinion of course.


by mccalpin

Alfredo, bemvenido a Roma (e' il signor portuguese?)!

I assume that you mean "Piazza della Repubblica". Taxis have a fixed fare of 30 euro from Ciampino to any place inside the Aurelian Walls (i.e., the city center). This includes the Piazza della Repubblica. See my Transportation Tips on my Rome page.

Alternatively, if you come in on certain airlines, you can take the Terravision bus from Ciampino to Termini, the main train station that is 100-200 meters from Piazza della Repubblica. However, look at the Terravision site, as they will check your airline ticket to make sure that you flew on a participating airline.

Otherwise, look at for "Ciampino", and see how you "get there" from Rome...I think there is another bus service from Ciampino to Termini that doesn't care what airline you came in on...



by Shadow75


Travel Tips for Rome

Trevi Fountain Nicola Salvi...

by chrissyalex

Trevi Fountain Nicola Salvi designed this fountain in 1762. The central figures are Neptune flanked by two tritons. One struggles to master a very unruly 'seahorse'. The other leads a far more docile animal. These symbolize the two contrasting moods of the sea.

The Roman Aquiducts

by Jeannkelly

Never miss to visit this place should you have enough time going around Rome. I suggest take the Archeobus from Termini Station (Pizza del Cinquecento) and book yourself to the next trip to Via Appia Antica. It will be a rolling trip (no stops with the guide, simply viewing while on the bus) with a bi-ligual guide (English and Italian) and you can hop on and hop off at Archeobus stops if you want to visit the museums-catacombs and the like. However, best suggested that you finish the trip (trip takes to an fro (Termini-Aquiducts-Termini) up to the Aquiducts and then hop off on your way back to sites you desire to visit. At the Roman aquiducts, you'll be given 5 minutes to get off the bus and take pictures.

The aquiducts are one of the best engineering works of the Romans that are worth a genius' mind. It used to be a water-system supplying the water needs of the Roman baths. Other than that, the place is also very, very scenic especially on a nice sunny day.

Ticket cost 8euros.

Taxi v Train To Rome from Airport

by jeffmartinartist

Ok! To you seasoned travelers that know it all this may seem obvious, but to the newcomer it can be a tough lesion. Taxi v Train into Rome. When you have jumped on a plane in Australia and your heading to Europe for the first time the excitement can be too much. Well by the time you have arrived and had one stop over and you are looking at 30 hours of free alcohol….well….. you can’t be blamed if you make a bad decision.

Do not! arrive at the airport just jump into a cab… the airports are not as close to the city. Look for the train station at the airport find what looks like a ATM but is a ticket machine. It is a touch screen so push the Union Jack for English. The ticket machines will know where you are departing from and there is an express train to Rome.

Many people have made this mistake, the train is fast and still takes around 30 minutes to get to Rome. Buy your self a Birra Moretti with the money you just saved.

Poshest Coffe Joint in Italy

by BorneoGrrl about Caffe Greco

Walking along the high street in Rome, near the Spanish Steps, Caffe Greco has been a popular coffee place since 1760. Stendhal, Goethe, Keats, and D'Annunzio have sipped coffee here, so did I. It's a pricey coffee joint but if you still want to try but don't want to fork out 6 Euro for a cup, have coffee at the bar and it will set you just under 2 Euro Coffee and tiramisu, of course

Coliseum in Rome

by CTnightowl

The Coliseum seated over 50,000 and the sports were bloody. The Romans used to flood the Coliseum and have Naval battles. Exotic animals such as lions, elephants, panthers, etc were imported from Africa and would wage battle against each other or man. The Yale Bowl and LA Coliseum are designed after the coliseum in Rome.


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Address: Vicolo Sciarra, 61, (Angolo via del Corso, 241), Rome, 00187, Italy