Magnolia

via di Valle Aurelia, 116, Rome, Lazio, 167, Italy
Hotel Residence Magnolia
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  • Solo50
  • Business71

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Forum Posts

luggage on the public transport from airport to Rome Termini

by charlesknupp

Is luggage a problem on the public transports; also, once we get to Termini, do we need to get on another transport to get back to the Lepanto exit where our hotel is.

Re: luggage on the public transport from airport to Rome Termini

by qaminari

What do you mean by "the Lepanto exit"? If by any chance you mean the Lepanto metro station, then if you are coming from Fiumicino, you would do better to take the COTRAL bus, which goes there directly.
http://www.toandfromtheairport.com/rome.html
Otherwise, yes you would need to change to the metro to get to Lepanto from Termini, it is 5 stops on metro line A (red) direction Battistini.
Normal luggage is not a problem on trains, which have overhead racks etc., or metros (although there is nowhere specific to put it), but could be problematic on buses. If you have a load of large suitcases, I would seriously recommend a taxi.

Re: luggage on the public transport from airport to Rome Termini

by Mozumbus

Loenardo Express, the airport train to Termini, has enough space. Usually, airport buses also have enough bellies to accomodate your baggage....

Travel Tips for Rome

See life as it is happening around you

by sbenedec

Definitely take in all the tourist sites that appeal to you, but don't forget to wander a bit and just soak in "everyday" life. When you are walking down small streets around the piazze, don't forget to LOOK UP. lots of life goes on above your heads: people talking from balconies, growing plants, hanging laundry, lazy cats and dogs sunning themselves on the outside terraces...since most of us travel to experience life through the eyes of a stranger, don't forget to look at their world and appreciate all that you see! Standing on the roof of Castel SanAngelo at sunset, looking across to the Vatican; Going up the steps at the Capitoline at night, walking through to the vistas of the Forum at night; Lunch on a lazy sunday afternoon in Campo di Fiori; Visiting San Sebastiano catacombs; eating gelati at the Piazza Navonna; walking everywhere and drinking in all the beauty and magic of the city and its people.

You will see many piazzas...

by Patricialuv

You will see many piazzas (squares)with architectural sculptures such as these. This represents a Water God (from the Greeks-he is blowing water from a shell). Some with water fountains still working other do not have them anymore. You can throw coins for good luck or wishes...more preferably in the Fountain of Trevi.

Discount Shopping in Rome!!!

by jlee008 about Il Discount dell'Alta Moda

As it's name suggests, its a discount store!! It is a reputable discount store in Rome that sells high end label goods at reduced prices. When you walk into the store, it is very much like a shop. Clothing, shoes, and accessories are nicely displayed. Some of the accessories are behind glass cabinets and such (to deter theft I suppose). It is adequately lit and the staff are pleasant enough. However, in the true Italian shopping style, better dress to impress. The sales personnel can be a bit on the snobbish side. You can buy anything that you want (or what it is that you can afford rather). They have all the big name labels, depending on what comes in. You can find Armani, Versace, Ferre, etc. 50% off retail or more depending

Airplane.

by maxovna

Use the metro. It is so easy to orientate oneself in it. You buy a ticket, when you first use it, the time is fixed on it, and since that time you may use it not only in metro, but also in buses for 75 minutes. When they are over, you must buy a new one.

Service with a smile.

by mpileggi about Al Fontanone

This restaurant is located in Trastevere just on the other side of the Ponte Sisto Bridge. The area was quite lively with people hanging out on the streets, while restaurants were filled to the max with diners – I think I’d like to stay in Trastevere on my next visit to Rome! The restaurant had a nice combination of locals and tourists. The waiters were quite friendly and service was good. I had an excellent meal: A green vegetable gratin with zucchini followed by the eggplant parmesan, served in an individual dish. Both were very good. I dined with six friends and we shared a few bottles of wine. My meal: 28 Euros.

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 Magnolia

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Address: via di Valle Aurelia, 116, Rome, Lazio, 167, Italy