2 out of 5 stars2 Stars

Castelfidardo 78, Rome, 00184, Italy
Marcantonio Bed and Breakfast
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Costs about the same, but rated 16% higher than other 2 star hotels

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by Ladymarian1


Does anyone out there please know the changing of the guard times for May 2008. Is it worth seeing. Have only got a couple of days in Rome so want to make the best use of it

All info grealty appreciated.



by abarbieri

I would use my time to see many other interesting things while in Rome. Have a look to all the great tips you find on Virtual Tourist Rome Travel Pages.
However the changing of the Guard should be at 4 or 5pm in May. You might find some information on the Quirinale web site:


by Ladymarian1

Thanks for the advice - and also for the advice regarding Sistine Chapel. With a short time in Rome we want to see as much as we can. You've helped us a lot

Travel Tips for Rome

Go shopping around Rome

by rachel_sun

Favorite Thing: Here is the Spanish Steps.You must go here to see the beautiful square,the shops and the fountain.Shopping here is very trendy and you can then relax in a nice bar with a good glass of Frascati wine.There were lots of trendy clothes shops here that were great prices too.

Walking by the Tevere

by craic

This is such a pleasant thing to do - and it is totally free.
For much of its course through Rome the Tiber is accessible for pedestrians, and joggers, and bicyclists. As you can see from the first pic there is a broad pathway and every so often a set of stairs so you can return to street level. We walked from Ponte Garibaldi in Trastevere up to the Vatican and it was a pleasant respite from Rome - which can be so full on. Just crossing the street can be an adventure.
From the second pic you will see that from time to time it becomes more rural. Behind my flat in Trastevere there was only a narrow dirt track. I was very tempted to walk there - but I was a sook and just didn't risk it. I wouldn't walk down by the river on my own at night for sure.
The river is of course rather polluted - but really not all that bad. You don't see swimmers, but you see water birds and canoeists. It doesn't flow very fast, and it isn't as big as I expected, but it is the Tevere. That's a thrill.

Train from airport to Rome city

by Gloke

Instead of taking a taxi which costs about 50 Euro you'd better take the train from Fiumicini airport to Termini railway station. The ticket costs about 9,5 EURO and you'll be saving yourself a lot of money. First we didn't want to go through all the trouble with our luggage and just take a cab but the train leaves every half hour and you can take a cab from Termini anyway to your hotel. Taxi ride through Rome costs about 6 tot 8 Euro so you can save money by doing it like this and spend the money on something else (like food !!) while being in Rome.

Oh yes, don't forget to validate your ticket before you go on the train, it's right next to the train before you get on.

trattoria moderna

by 11mirjam about trattoria moderna

Nice restaurant. The interior is nice with a schoolboard on the wall where people can write things. The waiters don't speak very good english so we had some miscommunication but nevertheless they were nice.

Sunny morning in St. Peter's Basilica

by Xdrive

If you want to avoid the crowd in Rome, just like me, you better get up early. I wake up at 5am, and out of my hotel at 6am, then I manage to get to St Peter Basilica at 6:30am, then you have about more than one hour to take picture without too much distribution.

St. Peter's Basilica (Rome): Its roots began with the first Christian emperor, Constantine, in A.D. 324. By 1400, the Roman basilica was in danger of collapsing, prompting the Renaissance popes to commission plans for the largest, most impressive, most jaw-dropping cathedral the world had ever seen. Amid the rich decor of gilt, marble, and mosaics are countless artworks, including Michelangelo's Pietà. Other sights here are a small museum of Vatican treasures and the eerie underground grottoes containing the tombs of former popes. An elevator ride (or a rigorous climb) up the tower to Michelangelo's glorious dome provides panoramic views of Rome.


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Address: Castelfidardo 78, Rome, 00184, Italy