Laura

Viale XXI Aprile 109, Rome, Lazio, 00162, Italy
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Very Good
38%
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Average
25%
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Poor
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3
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  • Families75
  • Couples38
  • Solo62
  • Business33

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Forum Posts

Tre Scalini Reservations

by granny59

Are reservations accepted at Tre Scalini and are taxi's available in the area to return you to your hotel?

Re: Tre Scalini Reservations

by hawkhead

Would that be in Piazza Naovna? If so, yes 'cos their website says:

prenotazioni: ristorante@3-scalini.com
phone: +39 06 687 9148
tax: +39 06 861 1234

Also it says "We look forward to receive (sic) your reservations".

http://www.3-scalini.com/en/

As to taxis, sorry, have no idea but I am sure the restaurant will tell you/be able to obtain or phone for one.

Re: Tre Scalini Reservations

by mccalpin

Piazza Navona is a pedestrian-only area, although you see the occasional police car wandering through. I can't remember if a taxi would be allowed into the Piazza or not on an as-called basis.

No matter, as I am pretty sure that there is a taxi stand out the north end of the piazza, a short walk away. In any case, hawk is right that the restaurant will certainly know where the nearest taxi stand is, and since this is central Rome, one won't be far away.

Bill

Re: Tre Scalini Reservations

by granny59

Thank you so much for your prompt reply. We have a 85 year old traveling with us. Have to take extra care with him.

Re: Tre Scalini Reservations

by puerto_lover

I passed Tre Scalini (on Piazza Navona) a couple of times. The Piazza was very busy (evening) and I specifically looked at Tre Scalini having been there many years before.
There were tables free.
I have to say that Piazza Navona at night is full of stalls and people selling paintings etc. together with those still statue like people who will move if you drop some change in the tin. Whilst this is great for your average tourist it seemed to me that it detracts from the potentially serene atmosphere that the Piazza could have in the evening (and I am sure used to have) but maybe its because I don't like eating in this kind of scenario, and it would suit others. I think the Piazza maybe nicer for lunch.

Travel Tips for Rome

Wonderful Art

by fishandchips

I love the seemingly unlimited amount of art to be seen in Rome, especially that found at the Vatican museum and within St Peters. One of my favourite pieces is the Pietà by Michelangelo. It's a marble sculpture in St. Peter's. The statue was commissioned by the French cardinal Jean de Billheres, who was a representative in Rome. The statue was made for the cardinal's funeral monument, but was moved to its current location, the first chapel on the right as one enters the basilica, in the 18th century. The statue depicts the body of Jesus in the arms of his mother Mary after the Crucifixion. The detail is great though Mary looks in rather too good nick for a mother with a 30 something son. Apparently Michelangelo told his biographer and fellow sculptor Ascanio Condivi that her youth symbolizes her incorruptible purity.

The statue has been the scene of a bit of controversy with its restoration in 1736 believed to have had too many liberties taken by the restorer, especially with the Pieta's left hand. In 1972, on Pentecost Sunday, Pieta was attacked by a man (stated as being mentally deranged) who shouted "I am Jesus Christ" as he hit the statue with a hammer. The Pieta was again restored and now sits behind an unbreakable glass panel near the Holy door.

Packing List

by cheekymarieh

Take some good solid walking shoes. You will need them when you decide that they way to see the city best is to use your feet.

Fortunately for us, we had the next day and a half to recover as we travelled to Greece!

Religious Articles

by monica71 about Salustri or any shop on Via dei Cestari

If you want to bring back some high quality religious souvenirs, there are 2 places where you can find a large variety of items: in the stores close to St Peter's Basilica or in any of the stores along Via dei Cestari (by the Pantheon).

Best potato-pizza!

by Turska about Trontoni

This is one of those places,where they sell pizza-slices,and cut them with scissors.This place has been here since 1921!And no wonder why!Lovely staff,and delicious pizza-slices.Could someone please sent me a slice.. :) My husband didn´t believe,that potato-pizza could be good,I usually took it allways in these places,because you can´t get it in Finland.When we went here,he said:o.k.,I will try it now-and it was right place to try!It was best that I had at this two weeks trip to Italy.At some places the potatos tasted raw,here they were just right,and it just was so good-and yet so simple!I must try to do this at home-but it will not be as good as here,I´m sure!

Cafe Greco

by icunme about Antico Cafe Greco

One of the three most ancient coffee houses in the world - first is in Iraq (if, indeed, it has survived the onslaught). Antico Cafe Greco was a famous stop for Italian and foreign artists. Founded in 1760 by Nicola della Maddalena, a Greek, the cafe achieved fame later when it began to serve a better coffee, served in small cups. Amongst some of its famous clientele were Liszt, Gounod, Stendhal, Heine, Wagner, Twain, Gogol, and D'Annunzio. The rear parlor has a piano - is usually closed to the public - but do ask if you can just view the room. With the minimum imagination you can envision Rossini writing his opera there - Goethe making poetry notes......... I love their cioccolato caldo served with the whipped cream on the side - the real deal - great pastries as well here.

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Address: Viale XXI Aprile 109, Rome, Lazio, 00162, Italy