Park Hotel Serenissima

4 out of 5 stars4 Stars

Via Sacrofano Km 1.3, Sacrofano, Lazio, 00060, Italy
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Costs 74% less but rated 51% lower than other 4 star hotels

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  • Families0
  • Couples26
  • Solo50
  • Business20

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Forum Posts

Odd and totally unimportant question

by okim

I'm off to Rome in just a couple of days and am wondering how Italians feel about men's hats. I have a trilby that I wear from time to time (outside only!) http://cl.ly/2Etj . I know what Americans generally think about hats, but realized I have no idea how most Italians perceive hats like these on men. I think I'll be taking it with me regardless, I'm just curious from a cultural perspective.

Re: Odd and totally unimportant question

by Agraichen

Out here on the west coast you'll see a number of men wearing fedoras and trilbys. On a Sat night in SF outside of a rather posh club I noted a number of men wearing them.

Re: Odd and totally unimportant question

by Manara

In Italy I see some young men wearing these hats, more often in the evening than during the day. Usually they are well dressed and clearly fashion-conscious guys.

Re: Odd and totally unimportant question

by Odinnthor

Trilbies are "in fashion" now and in Italy, a very fashion concious place, you would likely be just fine. Regardless, you will not be labled or stared at, so go ahead and dress to impress compadre.....d:o)

Re: Odd and totally unimportant question

by crazyman2

I'm puzzled: what do Americans generally feel about hats?

Re: Odd and totally unimportant question

by Maurizioago

I usually don't see lots of young men wearing a hat here in Italy.

Re: Odd and totally unimportant question

by travelgourmet

Many subcultures are turning to the trilby style of hat and away from the baseball style. Many rock groups and fans alike are wearing this style. I wear one for rainy days and Mondays. lol

Re: Odd and totally unimportant question

by savinglady

Hats such as yours are far more prevalent in Rome and north, probably because it gets a little bit chillier in the north than in the south going into the fall, winter and spring months. Hats have been fashionable in Italy, however, for centuries. So wear it and forget it.

Travel Tips for Rome

Water!

by Nissanmit

Simple but yet important reminder- Buy bottled water for consumption. Do take note that water (aqua) comes in two forms- gas and non-gas. Pls ensure you read th label carefully, esp for non- Italian readers. You don't want to end up with 4 bottles of fizzy water and a stomach full of air all the time!

Ancient drawings

by Jenniflower

I photographed these inside the coliseum.

There is an ongoing (quite new) exhibition running there, with all kinds of artifacts, drawings, sculptures etc. that have been found in or near the coliseum.

It depicts what went on in the coliseum many years ago, showing 2 gladiators, with a large tiger.

Sad to see that the gladiators have a spear and a knife of sorts, so no doubting the outcome of this event :( Ironic that the symbol above the tiger depicts a target...

The Romans of the day loved the spectacle though.

I am really glad that this type of thing is frowned upon today!!! Anyone who subjects innocent animals to torture for the enjoyment of others is sick.

Go to the Park, just walk...Villa Phampili

by Jeannkelly

Villa Phampili is a public park ideal for strolling, brisk-walking or jogging anytime of the day... Just do it and follow the dirt road that goes along way....and it will take you to some breath-taking sceneries as follows... :-)

Take the train

by TinKan

One of the best ways to get from the airport to the city is by train... it only cost a few dollars and you get to see some of the countryside.

You can get a all zone pass at the airport which is good on the city bus as well.

Enjoyable and tasty!

by Jenniflower about (need to look in notes for name)

This is one of many 'touristy-type' restaurants you find in Rome. We tried to find 'out of the way' ones, and did succeed mostly, but this was smack-bang in the middle of a touristy thorughfare. Having said that, the food and service was both good, the waiter seemed entranced with my little niece and chatted to her quite a bit! Pasta dishes were mostly fishy, with prawns and clams in abundance. I had a creamy spinach pizza, which was nice albeit a little tatseless and runny.

Dessert? We took a stroll up the road to an ice cream shop and indulged! haha

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 Park Hotel Serenissima

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Park Hotel Sacrofano

Address: Via Sacrofano Km 1.3, Sacrofano, Lazio, 00060, Italy