MARGHERA

3 out of 5 stars3 Stars

Via Marghera 29, Rome, Lazio, 00185, Italy
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Excellent
32%
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Very Good
25%
14
Average
16%
9
Poor
12%
7
Terrible
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7

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Costs 26% less but rated 13% lower than other 3 star hotels

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  • Couples71
  • Solo100
  • Business33

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trains to rome

by carpfanatic

going to rome middle of december for a few days is there any other train apart from leonado express that will take me from the airport to rome termini station.

I know the express is about 11 euros but I thought a local one would be cheaper

thanks for any help

Re: trains to rome

by MalH

The Leonardo da Vinci express is the best route. There may be other trains but they'll take the same tracks only take much longer! In fact it's better than taxis or buses that can get snarled up in traffic.

Re: trains to rome

by gmg61

If you want to go straight to Roma Termini, that's the only train option.
If you can manage to change train, then take MM1 to Tiburtina Station and from there the metro B to Termini. It will be cheaper but it will take more time.
Cheers
gmg

Re: trains to rome

by carpfanatic

hi

I have just checked air ticket and the airport is ROME CIAMPINO how is transport from there

regards

Re: trains to rome

by marielexoteria

There are 3 bus companies doing the transfer from Ciampino to Termini station. I have a tip about it on my Rome page, transportation section.

Re: trains to rome

by qaminari

From Ciampino you can take a Terravision bus for about €4, goes to Termini.

Re: trains to rome

by leics

You can take a train to Termini from Ciampino, but you have to get to Ciampino station first (by bus/taxi).

Taking a bus is the best option, imo. If you are flying with Ryanair etc you can get the Terravision bus, which arrives/departs Termini:

http://www.terravision.eu/rome_ciampino.html

You will find info on all public transport to Ciampino on the airport website (in English):

http://www.adr.it/portal/portal/adr/Ciampino/GB_Pastine/Header_Window?action=2

Left-hand menu.

Re: trains to rome

by cgf

where have you to go in Rome? Is it Termini exactly where you have to go?

from Ciampino airport you can take a bus, line#*Idonotremeber*, which connects the airport to Anagnina Metro 'linea A', the cost is €1.20 and it takes, 10/20 minutes spite trafic or not.

From Anagnina start the trains of line A and they go through Rome, with stops including Stazione Termini and Piazza di Spagna. Tickets would cost €1 for 75 minutes.

this could be the cheapest and fastest way to go to many places in Rome from Ciampino airport if Termini is not your final destination. Not bad if you have small luggage...

Re: trains to rome

by rjsol

There is a bus connection also. Were told after we had left this october.

Re: trains to rome

by icunme

Terrevision and SIT busses are the most popular from Ciampino to Rome - SIT is cheaper and, actually, I prefer them.

Travel Tips for Rome

Try almost any Trattoria, you...

by lg061870

Try almost any Trattoria, you really can't go wrong. Anything you ask for is just delicious. Before leaving the city try a full meal at a fine restaurant, you will wonder how did you ever live without such good food and how are you ever going to live without it when returning home. Belive me hamburguers won't cut it anymore. Just walking along the city narrow streets, trying not to get hit by one the very-pissed-Romans-on-tiny-motorcycles that inhabit the city.

Then spend the last night at the Fontana de Trevi. Need I say more.

Comfort your feet

by mickey69

You need really comfortable shoes.It is a city that you should discover by walking. Do not forget to bring enough batteries for your camera. It is better to take a flask with you.There are lots of fountains everywhere so you can fiil it and don't have to spend much money for water.

High Quality Men's Clothing

by jeaniek13 about Socrate (Men's Clothing)

We just popped in here -- as it was 3 ladies traveling -- to look for something for my dad. The store has really nice quality clothing (Nordstrom Facconable, Saks) but at reasonable prices. It also sells clothing that you can't easily obtain at the stores in the U.S. -- my dad still receives compliments of the clothing we got for him. The service was friendly and helpful -- especially since we didn't know the size conversions. (Best to know those in advance.) Wool pullovers/combinations; bright ties; any item that is not readily available here. $100-$500 or how much ever you want to!

Choose your Italian model

by icunme

Oops - OK, guys - we're talking about bicycle models here!
Villa Borghese is huge and you can give those weary feet a break - or at least a peddle instead of a pounding - on one of the bikes available for rent in the park.
I've seen people buzzing all around Villa Borghese in various bikes available from 2 different bike rental locations. The preferred shop is the one on Viale di Villa Medici - just for the neat looking office they have there. People have a great time on these vehicles and, of course, you can (and really should) spend an entire afternoon in the park to enjoy the stunning array of art, nature and archetecture. These people also have the best little maps of the entire park.
Two bike rental locations - Viale di Villa Medici or Viale Goethe
Viale di V Medici has the neatest little office building.

We ate oustide at a restaurant...

by miaou

We ate oustide at a restaurant directly across from the Colosseum. We knew the quality wouldn't be as up to par with other restaurants and the restaurant might have upcharged the prices; HOWEVER, how often you get to eat pasta looking at the Colosseum! I say treat yourself to a restaurant with a view....
Here is one picture at a restaurant. Note the size of the calzone!!

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 MARGHERA

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Address: Via Marghera 29, Rome, Lazio, 00185, Italy