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sightseeing buddy

by goughy

i will be in rome may31st leaving very late on june 4th will anybody else be there to have a look around things with.

Re: sightseeing buddy

by road-finder

You should obviously see Termae of Diocletian, The Arch of Septimius Severus, The Basilica of Maxentius and Constantine, The castle Sant'Angelo, The Mausoleum of Hadrian, The Colosseum (some photos of it you could look through here http://www.worldwalk.info/en/catalog/644/)

Re: sightseeing buddy

by roamer61

To bad. I'll be there several days earlier, departing on May 1 for home. Oh well.

Travel Tips for Rome

Rome Tip

by funnyl

Early one morning we took the metro to Spagna to see the Spanish Steps, when you get out of the metro it seems like a small square and then you turn to your right and see the Steps properly with a beautiful fountain in front. We climbed the Steps which had so many people sitting and doing nothing even at 8:30am, to the church above it. From there we got a great view of Rome, not too high up but nice to see.
We walked down the Via Condotti from the Spanish Steps and then some more, to the Fontana di Trevi. On the way, which was not more than 15 mins, we passed small piazzas and beautiful churches. The Fountain is beautiful and I loved it, there were hordes of people there though. We threw a coin each to return and many pictures and then walked to the Pantheon which is awesome. From there we walked to the Piazza Navona which has three incredible fountains/statues and cafes around it, its really as pretty as its talked about.
When you go to the Colosseo, do take the metro, as you get out of the station the immense building looms up and its a shock.
The Roman Forum and Palatine is very close and worth looking at for the so ancient buildings.
From there Piazza Venezia is 5 minutes walk and truly like a wedding cake!

Best Flea Market in Rome: Porta Portese

by nbeard

There is a great flea market every Sunday from early until around 2pm called Porta Portese. It is in Trastevere, and you can take the 8 tram or bus 44. It is absolutely huge, and you can find everything there from clothes to antiques to housewares to bicycles.

Watch young romans partying

by Funreik about Campo di Fiori

It is a fun place for watching your Italiens and some tourist sitting and drinking and enjoying oneself. This square is suroundet by lots of bars and cafes. Prices are reliable, but do not drink beer. It seems to be the most expensive drink, like all over in Rome.

Bars close at 2am but people will stay there longer. Recomendet rather for younger than for older tourists. whatever you like is fine.

Pizza all the time

by ozalp about Mariotti

I am not impressed by the restaurants I have tried in Rome. I think our choices were wrong. But this one was good enough.
When we’d reached the gate of the Metro in Spanish Steps we saw this small pizza restaurant. They sell pizza slices by weighing them. They have both hot and cold pizzas. If there are green vegetables like lettuce or rucola on it they serve the pizza cold.

Rome disappointed me

by ulisestgo

I´ve been there for a long week-end: about 4 days and my plan was visiting the city first, and later the museums (but no time to do it, perhaps the next time).
Generally, the open Rome is full of ruins without any particular interest: Palatino is a property with few ruins and anything to see, the avenue of the Roman forums is very little interesting but for the Roman forum, and its palace of Vottorio Emanuelle " brooch" at the end of this avenue, it is like a cake in the face, the termas de caracalla are a loss-of-time.
What I liked more were the squares, the sources, the tempo of agripa, and la bocca della veritá (the funniest and smaller monument).
The Vatican is impressive and dissapointing at the same time.
Time to eat: if you do not want to drain your wallet in the expensive restaurants, the best thing is eatting pizza, day by day.
On the other hand, Rome he is very accesible on foot (although it has much traffic) and if you can go at time of sales you are going to hallucinate with the clothes.
I will discover it to the others in the next trip.


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