Morgana Royal Court Hotel

4 out of 5 stars4 Stars

Via Marghera 51, Rome, Lazio, 00185, Italy
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Very Good
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Average
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Poor
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  • Families79
  • Couples74
  • Solo60
  • Business74

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Fountain of the Moor- Piazza NavonaFountain of the Moor- Piazza Navona

Forum Posts

Suggested itinery for 2 full days in Rome

by dongi071

Hi everyone,
It's my first trip to Europe from Australia and I just don't want to miss the big stuff.
So if anyone can suggest an ideal itinery incorporating the main tourist stuff I would be so grateful. I definately want to go to the Vatican museums. We are 2 girls on foot, if that helps.
Thanks in advance Donna

Re: Suggested itinery for 2 full days in Rome

by leics

On foot is the best way to see Rome. The historical centre is compact and very walkable.

Divide your days into 1) Vatican etc and 2) Roman.

Buy your Vatican museums tickets online, so that you do not have to waste time queing (queues are always long). Official site here:

http://biglietteriamusei.vatican.va/musei/tickets/do

Choose an early or later slot, but expect it to be crowded anyway. Allow at least 2 hours for the visit.

Day 1: go to Vatican Museums. Go to St Peter's Basilica: aim for the late afternoon, as security queues are likely to be shorter. Also include the Pantheon (free), Largo Torre de Argentina (four Roman temples in the centre) and as many churches on the way as you can fit in. Walk to Trastevere (the Medieval district), wander, visit Santa Maria in Trastevere and then, when the light has faded, eat in the area.

Sleeeeeeeep!

Day 2: Forum/Colosseum/Palatine. Buy tickets online in advance to avoid queues:

http://www.pierreci.it/en/buy-the-ticket/booking-tickets.aspx

Visit the wonderful Basilica San Clemente (near the Colosseum):

http://www.basilicasanclemente.com/

Visit the Trevi fountain, Spanish Steps, Piazza Navona and any church you can fit in. Eat in this area.

Sleeeeeep!

Day 3: plan your return to Rome.....you will only have scratched the surface!

Stay as centrally as you can afford. Termini has many good options, and is around 20 minutes from the colosseum on foot (though it's better to use the Metro or bus to get over to the Vatican from there).

Re: Suggested itinery for 2 full days in Rome

by goodfish

Have to add the Pantheon to Leics excellent list.

Re: Suggested itinery for 2 full days in Rome

by goodfish

Sorry! See she already had that - not awake yet this morning!

Re: Suggested itinery for 2 full days in Rome

by dongi071

Thankyou so much that is wonderful....
We are staying at Domus Caracalla-Guest House, so I hope this is central enough.
Just wondering about the huge lions mouth that you put your hand in. I don't know it's name....any ideas

Re: Suggested itinery for 2 full days in Rome

by leics

O yes..about 10/15 minutes walk from the Colosseum, I think. It's also very near the superb San Stefano in Rotondo, which is a Roman (yes!) church and absolutely fascinating. Do try and go in if it's open when you pass by.

'La bocca della verita' (the mouth of truth) is in the portico of Santa Maria in Cosmedin. Put the church name + rome into google maps and you'll see where it is. It's a bit out of the way for either your Vatican or your Roman days....perhaps you can pull it in on the day you arrive or leave?

Travel Tips for Rome

Attire

by kbsunnyside

This is not a favorite--Just an FYI

Men cannot enter St. Peter's in shorts or tank tops and women cannot enter in shorts, short skirts, or with uncovered shoulders.

I think San Giovanni has the same rule, although maybe not enforced as rigorously.

Nibble, quibble along the Tevere

by icunme

These tents actually provided some of the best nibbles and the vendors were all open to bartering - some really nice hand made goods. All last month we had the Portal floating stage and music from Tosca to Big Mama blues - this month we have the Festival along the same space! We were here at night through the weekend (August 5/6) and the food was just great - along with a few good shopping ops. I can't believe any country celebrates pomp and pagentry quite the way Italy does - and, at moment's notice.

Clothes gifts toileteries and more

by Paisleypaul about UPIM

UPIM is an Italian chain department store, not the most exciting over all, but the one just off the Trevi or Barberini is very easy to miss if you do not look out for it - see the large sign at high level in the shot Not going to lecture anyone on sartorial elegance here......! A lot or a little......

Open air bus tour

by Jenniflower

I saw a few of these buses aorund, but if I compare their frequency to the city of London or Paris, there are far fewer. I think this is because they are just not as popular to use in Rome. Many roads (most I would say) are far too narrow for buses to travel down, and one would miss out on many sights! It was a lovely day though when I took this and viewing must have been good from on top of the bus. I definately prefer to just walk :)

Nice lunch spot near the Coliseum

by nyonnetti about Bar Valorani

We read in our guide book that there really wasn't any great restaurants in the Coliseum area. We had just toured the Coliseum and were starving. So we headed down Via de Fori Imperiali from the Coliseum and found this cute little cafe that had great outdoor seating. The food was pretty good, nothing extraordinary but it was definitely worth the stop. The service is a little slow, but that seems my perception with all restaurants in Italy as an American. I realize that this is how the culture is and the Italians don't rush through their meals like us Americans. I particularly enjoyed the Antipasto and desert- got an gelato type sundae.

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Address: Via Marghera 51, Rome, Lazio, 00185, Italy