Orti di Trastevere

Piazza Bernardino Da Feltre 1, Rome, Lazio, 00153, Italy
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Drinks, Aperitfs and music

by abarbieri

Few places that might be interesting for you:

BarBar – Via Crescenzio, 18 – Tel. 06.68308435. Hours 19.00 – 3.00. Closed on Monday. Cocktail bar. First loungebar New York style. Minimal interior with big sculptures and small waterfalls. Cigar room.

Bloom – Via del Teatro Pace, 29/30 – Tel. 06.68802029. Hours 19.00 – 2.00. Closed onTuesday. Free entrance. A high tech New York-style design restaurant on two levels (international, oriental inspired cuisine) with a sushi bar and music.

Duke’s – Viale Parioli, 200 – Tel. 06.80662455. Hours 19.30 – 2.00. Closed on Saturday. Free entrance. Trendy, contemporary Californian style cocktail bar. International cuisine. with Californian touch.

ES Hotel 7th Floor – Via Turati – Tel. 06.4448411 – www.eshotel.it Sette - gourmet restaurant overlooking the swimming pool. Hours 19.30 – midnight. Zest - Top floor restaurant, informal setting for all-day dining, Mediterranean cuisine. Hours 13.00 – midnight. Also available for private hire.

Gilda – Via Mario de’Fiori, 97 – Tel. 06.6784838 – www.gildadiscoclub.it Hours 23.30 – 5.00. Closed on Monday. Entrance fee Friday, Saturday and Sunday Euro 20,66. The place to spot famous Italian actors and politicians. The sophisticated nightspot near Spanish Steps has a piano bar as well as a restaurant and dance floors with live and disco music. Jackets are required. Gilda has opened a new place dedicated to wine tasting “Le Cru a Gouter” - Via Mario de’Fiori, 98/99 - Tel. 06.6784838. Hours 17.30 – 23.30. Closed on Mondays.

Goa - Via Libetta, 15 – Tel. 06.5748277. Hours 23.00 – 3.00. Closed on Monday. Famous disco with original and avant-garde music. Ethnic and industrial style interior.

Gusto Wine Bar & Hostaria – Piazza Augusto Imperatore, 9 – Via della Frezza, 23 – Tel. 06.3226273. Hours 11.00 – 1.00. Always open. Free entrance. Winebar /Restaurant. Minimal-chic, fancy food and great wine list. Jazz, fusion and swing concerts. Buffet brunch on Saturday and Sunday 12.30 – 15.30

Ketumbar – Via Galvani, 24 – Tel. 06.57305338. Hours 20.00 – 3.30. Closed on Sunday. Free entrance. Discobar. Trendy place divided in various spaces, oriental and minimalist atmosphere for dinner and after dinner. Fusion kitchen and good wine list, restaurant open until midnight. Chill-out and lounge music.

La Maison – Vicolo dei Granari, 4 – Tel. 06.6833312 – www.lebain.it Hours 23.00 – 4.00. Closed on Monday. Entrance fee Saturday and Sunday Euro 15,00. Disco. Exclusive, fashionable and intriguing. Lounge and ethnic music. After midnight you can dance to the latest tunes.

La Suite – Via degli Orti di Trastevere, 1 – Tel. 06.5861888. Hours 24.00 – 4.00. Closed on Sunday and Monday. Disco. Famous, international atmosphere that reflects the free spirit of the ‘70s. Possible to dine with and fruit while listening to lounge music.

Le Bain Art Gallery – Via delle Botteghe Oscure, 32/a – Tel. 06.6865673 – www.lebain.it Hours 19.00 – 2.00/20.00 – 24.00 restaurant. Closed on Monday. Free entrance. Fashionable Champagne-lounge, a favourite with bon vivants in search of the pleasure of exclusive atmospheres, washed in distinctive red and with an ultra-modern design.

Piazza di Siena Art Cafè – Viale del Galoppatoio, 33 – Tel. 06.36006578 – www.piazza-di-siena.it. Hours 19.30 – 3.00. Closed on Monday. Fusion. Exhibitions, fashion shows, disco and live music. Big open space under Villa Borghese. Elegant and trendy, minimalist interior New York style with DJ.

Other popular places for a drink and aperitif at the moment are:

Salotto 42 (Near the Pantheon)
Societé Lutece (Piazza di Montevecchio)
Etabli (near Navona Square)
Freni e Frizioni (Trastevere)



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Forum Posts

can you name this church?

by scotstourist

We were recently in Rome and I can`t remember the name of the church we looked into on our last night. It was in the via Marsala immediately to the right of the Termini train station,with such anunpreposessing front,that you would barely know it was a church. Looking inside ,I felt it was a little bit of heaven, but was unable to get a photo of the inside. Can anyone help with a name for this church, as I may be able to write to ask for a picture. Thanks.

Re: can you name this church?

by dnwitte

Probably it's Sacre Cuore. Via Marsala 42.

Re: can you name this church?

by Maryimelda

It sounds to me like it could have been the basilica of St.Maria Maggiore which is one of the four great papal basilicas of Rome. Did it have a gigantic sculture of Pope Pius IX kneeling in prayer in the downstairs section in front of the main altar? If so, it was indeed Maria Maggiore.

Re: can you name this church?

by dnwitte

I'm not sure I would call S.M. Maggiore 'unprepossessing'.

Re: can you name this church?

by Maryimelda

No, nor would I but there are some who think it doesn't look like a church from the outside, so I thought that the poster might have meant likewise by the term "prepossessing". There are so many little churches in Rome and indeed around Termini, that it would probably be a bit of a challenge to find the right one. Now that I read the question again, I think the clue might be "via Marsala". I think I need to look into that or else I won't sleep tonight.

Re: can you name this church?

by Maryimelda

Could it be Sacro Cuoro (Sacred Heart). This is on the via Marsala. I should have taken more notice when I read the question the first time.

Re: can you name this church?

by dnwitte

If you type "sacre cuore" into Google images it pops right up.

Travel Tips for Rome

Fruit and veggie stand

by TinKan

Dotted around the city on different days you will find fruit and veggie markets.

At the markets you will also find real good clothes and bargins. These are the places that the locals shop for their every day needs.

One of the biggest markets was the "Thiefs Market" where you use to be able to find everything and anything. I once found some old communications equipment that I had needed for a project I was working on back in 1981.

You could also find all of your stuff there if it was ever stolen. Guess that is why it is no longer around.

TAXI fares

by marco2005

Since 8th february 2008 these are the new fares (18% increase):
2,80 euro initial fare (this is just for seat into one taxi)
plus 0,92 euro per kilometer.

As usual in italy, if you call a radiotaxi by phone the meter will be switched on from the point of the taxi departing. This means that when eventually it will pick you up you have to pay also that part of the trip.
In Rome the agree is that you will pay this surcharge depending on how long you wait the taxi:
2 euro up to 5 minutes wait
4 euro up to 10 min wait
6 euro for more then 10 min wait

Termini train station: taxi departing from there will charge an extra 2 euro.
Airport rides are fixed fee: Ciampino at 30 euro, Fiumicino airport at 40 euro.

ps: It is not easy, but it's possible to stop an empty cab on the street. But be aware that the sign on the roof must be lighted on (this means that the cab is free). Not easy to see in daylight!

The Italian way

by Globies about Le Tamerici

This restaurant was recommended by the receptionist of our hotel. We had a table outside. The inside of the restaurant looked very nice, modern, white and wood. Not the traditional Italian restaurant but a modern version as was the food. I remember the starter was ravioli filled with pumpkin and some sauce and the main course was steak with red wine sauce. All very good and also good wines. Ofcourse a nice espresso to finish a good meal... As I find that most restaurants in Rome are not very expensive, this one was. Nevertheless very good!

See the Trevi Fountain

by awladhassan

This is one of the most famous fountains in Rome. The first time we went it was crowded so taking photos was difficult, but if you go early in the day it is a bit easier . The contrast between the gleaming white marble and the blue-green water is stunning. We were surprised at how big it is and it is situated in a small piazza.


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