Locanda Senatorum

3 out of 5 stars3 Stars

Via Dei Sediari 8, Rome, Lazio, 00186, Italy
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recommendations for buying eyeglasses/frames in Rome

by tubbythetuba

Hi, can anyone please recommend any shops that sell a good range of eyeglass frames in Rome, preferably near the centre of the city as we are staying near Piazza Navona? eg optometrists or shops that specialise in glasses?
Thanks, Alison

Re: recommendations for buying eyeglasses/frames in Rome

by Chrissy50


To recommend an optical store in Rome would not be easy unless a local recommends one. However it is like Sydney, if you wear glasses, as I do, you are also interested in Style and it is more to the point who has the best range. When I was in Italy I bought frames from an optical store in Venice, I just love them and receive lots of comments, the only place I have been able to find the brand is in Double Bay. Also as in Sydney there are plenty of Optical stores and if like me you are bringing them home to have your script filled you really don't have any problems if you buy a good brand. I was quite happy with mine, they were 400 euros in Venice and $795 in Sydney, I would most probarbly have bought them a little cheaper in Rome. Have fun, best, Christine

Re: recommendations for buying eyeglasses/frames in Rome

by tubbythetuba

Thanks very much for replying Christine!

Re: recommendations for buying eyeglasses/frames in Rome

by mnarcelles

hi there, you can try ottica bernabei, along via del corso near piazza del popolo.
dottor Bernabe is also good in refraction..hope this will help.


Travel Tips for Rome

Basilica di San Giovanni in Laterano

by pili

The basilica of San Giovanni in Laterano, officially Rome’s cathedral, was for centuries the main papal residence.-
Look up the unusual ceiling and the sumptuous transept, and explore the 13th-century cloisters with twisted double columns.

La basílica de San Juan de Letrán, Catedral oficial de Roma, fue durante siglos la residencia papal.-
Observen el techo, de inusual belleza y el suntuoso crucero, y luego, exploren los claustros del Siglo XIII, con sus columnas gemelas en espiral.-

Good olden days

by suubi

The Via Appia Antica was built by the Roman Censor Appius Claudius Cieco in 312 B.C. to join Rome with the Alban hills. Today it begins at Porta San Sebastiano and harbours tombs of different social classes. Among others are the tombs of S. Callisto and those of S. Sebastian.


by poortrekkers

We rented a car for a 2 week vacation in Italy. I do not know what ring of hell Dante put the drivers in Rome, but they are down there! IT WAS A NIGHTMARE!!!!! Trying to find parking for our B&B was also difficult; but once we parked we did not move it until we left Rome.

Il Giardino

by ayesh about Il Giardino

This restaurant is a bit tucked away in a narrow street, but is absolutely the best restaurant we had dinner at. The lights could be dimmed a bit more, but that is the only comment I have.
The service is fabulous and the food is excellent. If you see Andrea (that is the floor manager of the second part of the restaurant, the dining hall in the back.) please say hi for me. He will treat you like a real guest. Marvelous... Definitely try the carpaccio, the king prawns, the entrecote and a glass of Braghetto (with your fruit salade).
Well, just try everything on the menu, because you will return night after night.

The Colosseum

by visserm

The Colosseum dates back to 72 A.D and is situated at Piazzale del Colosseo. This is ancient Romes best known monument and was the arena of games and gladiators. The largest structure of its kind ever to be built, it was capable of seating 50,000 spectators. Only about one third of the original building remains.
Open from 9am – approx one hour before sunset daily


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