Le stanze di Federica

Via Cola di Rienzo 28, Rome, 00192, Italy
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What all should you do if you were in Rome for 2 nights and 3 days?

by suparna.abrol

Hi all

We (my husband and me) are travelling to Rome end of next week and are going to be there for 3 days. Staying at a hotel in slightly far off from the city center...can you please advise what are the things that are a must see / do ....thanks

Re: What all should you do if you were in Rome for 2 nights and 3 days?

by craic

San Clemente church quite near to the colisseum is fascinating. It has three layers of religious belief - you go down to the mithras layer where they sacrificed bulls - quite creepy and fascinating

Re: What all should you do if you were in Rome for 2 nights and 3 days?

by domenicococozza

The compulsory things you'll easily do in 3 days - Trevi fountain, Spanish steps, Colliseum, forum, Piazza Navona,Pantheon. Take a look inside Santa Maria Maggiore and San Clemente. If the queues aren't too long, take a trip round the Basilica of St. Peters and try to take in the Cistine chapel and the museum.
For dinner, try to avoid any places near Roma Antica. Some of the best(and most reasonably priced)establishments are across the Tiber in the area known as Trastevere.
In short - 3 days - do it all

Re: What all should you do if you were in Rome for 2 nights and 3 days?

by Mikebb

Hi Catch the metro to the Colleseum station and then WALK, WALK and keep walking. Take a good guide book with you, also obtain a free map from your hotel.

Go to your library and borrow a few Travel Guides, do your research prior to travelling. Tourist Rome is small, easy to walk and ruins everywhere, the Forums, temples, ruins etc are all very close to the Colleseum.

Look through VT pages on Rome.

Good Luck,
Mike

Travel Tips for Rome

Tipping in Rome/Italy

by GuitarStan

When dining in Italy many restaurants will state on the menu or somewhere that servisio is included in the price. One is expected to still leave a small tip if deemed earned. If you are eating at a small caffe you can either eat at the bar standing up and leave a small tip or one can sit down and they will insist on bringing you your order. Please tip them accordingly, they are providing a service to you and they take pride in it. It is commom in Italy when one is in a hurry, they will eat/drink at the bar standing up and be on their way. When my wife and I were in Rome we did both...tip accordingly! Not much different than most of the world I suppose.

Casino dell'Aurora-Pallavicini Rospigliosi Palace

by abarbieri

The Palace is not open to the public but every first day of the month you can visit the palace's main attraction: the Casino dell'Aurora. The casino overlooks the Piazza Quirinale and contains what is considered Guido Reni's fresco masterpiece: The "Aurora" ("Dawn" bringing light to the world).

Address:
Via XXIV Maggio, 43 (right in front of the Scuderie Papali)

Opening hours:
10-12/15-17 the first day of each month (not on January 1st though!!)

Free of charge

Part of the same Palace is also rented out for congresses, meetings and gala dinners:
www.congressirospigliosi.it

The subway system

by fairy_dust

There is a subway system in Rome, and it's not hard to use. But sometimes it does get crowded (although I think the fact that I was there during World Youth Day may have had contributed to that...) so be careful with your money. Also, if you're a girl, be careful of men trying to feel you up.

If you look closely at my picture, you'll notice that the guy I'm leaning on is asleep with his mouth open! We had just finished a 10km pilgrimage walk from Tor Vergata, and we were exhausted. The people in my picture are all from my WYD group.

Delicious Argentenian food

by martin_nl about Baires Ristorante Argentino

The food here was delicious and especially good when you consider we had a week with only Italian food for lunch and dinner. The service we got was very good, and not like in many other restaurants in the tourist places where you are just treated as a number. There is an extensive wine list, but the housewines are cheap and very good too! As a starter I had empanadas. One was filled with beef and the other with corn. The one with corn I liked best, although I had expected the other one to be better. A nice surprise you can imagine since I'm not very fond of vegetarian. As a main course I had a very good Argentinian steak, served with some delicious sauces. We ordered a portion of baked potatoes too, and they even had some mayonaise with that!!

The Pantheon

by lashr1999

The Pantheon was a pagan temple that was rebuilt by the emperor Hadrian around 120 AD after the first 2 temples were destroyed. It is dedicated to twelve Olympian gods. It is the best preserved monument of ancient Rome. You will be amazed when you stand in the middle of the temple and look up the domed ceiling and look through the hole at the blue sky. I wonder what they do when it rains:) Opening times are: Summer Monday to Saturday 9 am to 7 pm, Sunday 9 am to 1 pm; Winter Monday to Friday 9 am to 1 hour before sunset, Sunday and holidays 9 am to 12 pm.

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