Marco e Laura Bed & Breakfast

Via Aurelia 232, Rome, 00165, Italy
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where to eat in rome ?

by grilias

Hello everyone!! i wanted to ask for your help for this one. On april, me and my wife will be in rome for 5 days. we are hi-school teachers and we'll be there with 8 students for their graduation holiday (a tradition in greece).
We want the students to get a taste of the wonderfull italy kitchen!! so does anybody have to suggest places in rome for really special pizzarias or tratorias ? we would be thankfull !!
We'll be staying at the waldorf hotel which is located in Via Andrea Alciato near the train station and 10 minutes walk from Piazza di Spagna or Fontana di Trevi so we're looking for good food in the centre of the city. (but not too expensive!! the students could may not afford it!)
thanks everyone for giving some time to read our message.

Re: where to eat in rome ?

by effeti

In the "restaurant" section of the VT Romo guide you will find A LOT of good tips.
Those of LaCristina are great:

But there are dozens and dozens more.

Re: where to eat in rome ?

by hmoitta

in general to find good places to eat and not so touristic or expensive,I search for members tips who live in the city; in Rome I like Osteria der Belli in Trastevere

Re: where to eat in rome ?

by abarbieri

You will find the information below in one of my restaurant tip available on my Rome travel page. You will also find other interesting tips there if you have a look. I do also suggest to check other VT members Rome travel pages for better advice.

Please find below a short list of casual places in town where you can have a great full meal for about 20-25 euro per person.All of them serve local/Italian traditional cuisine:

Vicolo Rosini 4
Closed Sunday
Located very close to the Parliament, half way between Spanish Steps and Pantheon.

Trattoria Ugo
Via dei Prefetti 19
Closed Sunday
Same location as Gino

Al Pollarolo (also great pizza at night!!)
Via di Ripetta 4
Closed Thursday
Very close to Piazza del Popolo

Osteria dell'Angelo
Via G.Bettolo 24
Closed Sunday
Located not far from Vatican

Piazza de Renzi 15(Trastevere)
Closed Saturday night and Sunday
Few tables outside

Francesco(also Pizza)
Piazza del Fico 29
Always open only for dinner, near Navon Square.Few tables outside.

Ar Galletto
Piazza Farnese 102
Closed Sunday
Located near Campo de Fiori
Few tables outside

da Enzo
Via dei Vascellari 29(Trastevere)
Closed Sunday
Few tables outside

Trattoria Giggi
Via Belsiana 94(Spanish Steps)
Closed Tuesday
Few tables outside.

Re: where to eat in rome ?

by abarbieri

Just for your information your hotel ( not located near the train station (at least if you mean Termini train station) and unfortunately not 10 minutes walk from Piazza di Spagna or Fontana di Trevi.
The address you have is right though!!

Travel Tips for Rome

Trastevere is at...

by SirRichard

Trastevere is at its best on a sleepy Sunday morning when the pox of weekday traffic has miraculously cleared and the neon signs have been turned off. Sunday is also the morning of the flea market called Porta Portese. Expensive antiques and matrioshka dolls share pavement space with single shoes, marble busts of Mussolini, African handicrafts, and even the occasional genuine bargain. The smells of sausage and chestnuts and spicy porchetta (roast pork) hover over the whole glorious mess.
Porta Portese market. Open: Sunday 7am -1pm best entrance; viale di Trastevere & via Ippolito Nievo

Villa Adriana

by Jmill42

A cool look back at one of the ancient Roman getaways, Villa Adriana was a 2nd century please palace for Hadrian. Large ponds, temples and theaters are among the impressive views here.
While this is considered part of "going to Tivoli", it is quite a distance from the city proper and Villa d'Este.


by illumina

1 euro for a single journey lasting 75 minutes - an absolute bargain... IF where you want to go is near a metro station. Because of the problem of digging tunnels (those pesky ruins get in the way!) Rome's metro system only has two lines, forming an X across the city with an intersection at Stazione Termini, so not everywhere in the city is covered, in fact of the major sights I think only the Colosseum, the Spanish steps, and the Vatican have nearby stations. It's quite useful if you're staying near a station and want to get to the Vatican early though - that's the only thing we used it for!


by ctorres1979 about Ping Pong

We were brought here by my husbands cousin who lives in Rome.. I guess he knows his gelato.. They had about thirty or so flavors and the couple that I tried was some of the best gelato that I've ever tasted! The dark chocolate and coconut makes a great match!

The Cylindrical Castle

by miso80

Although I did not get a chance to visit this castle on the inside..I was charmed by its architecture and location. As I looked out onto the Vatican and the great city of Rome from St. Peter's Cathedral, and in the direction of the Castel Sant'Angelo, I knew that this would be the first place I would want to visit after hitting the ground level. But, by the time I reached it, it was closed down for the day :-S and that was my last day in Rome.

However, I did learn this about this Castle...its story somehow narrates the history of Rome. It was named after the bronze angel that is located on the very top of this cylendrical castle that overlooks the Tiber River. It has a beautiful bridge right next to it which you can cross, and you cannot but stop and admire the beauty of the area. It is there that I took the picture of the statue of the angel, with the colorful sky at sunset.


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 Marco e Laura Bed & Breakfast

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Address: Via Aurelia 232, Rome, 00165, Italy