Piccolo Principe B&B

Via Giolitti 255, Rome, 00185, Italy
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Forum Posts

Roma Termini - where can I leave the luggage for some hours?

by tolovajka

Hello!
Is there a place in the railway station of Roma Termini where I can leave the luggage for a couple of hours? How much does it cost?
Thank you in advance for replying!

Re: Roma Termini - where can I leave the luggage for some hours?

by worldinabag

Hi

Here's the info in Italian - http://www.grandistazioni.it/client_html/page.php?id=17. Located in the basement it's 3,80 euro for first 5 hours. I also got this info off a forum - don't know how old or relevant it is

"There is a laundromat that provides luggage storage for 2e on the northside of Termini. It's on Via Milazzo #20 just after the cross-street Via dei Mille. There is a yellow laundromat sign hanging over it easy to see from down the block and it's called 'Bolle Blu', in the window is a sign saying '2 euro Deposit Baggages Open 0800-2200'. This place also has luggage storage and another poster said that they had used it; "Navigator Internet Cafe on Via Marghera between Via Marsala and Via Magenta".

Re: Roma Termini - where can I leave the luggage for some hours?

by cardwatcher

Termini is really busy and there is not a lot of options on leaving your luggage. I just came back from there but didn't have anything but a backpack to tend to while in the termini station.

I can tell you - there were not any lockers like you see in the US.

Re: Roma Termini - where can I leave the luggage for some hours?

by tolovajka

Many thanks!
I'm leaving tomorrow, so this quick response is very valuable! :)

Travel Tips for Rome

Vatican information

by monorailgold

Here is a little more information on the Vatican museums and Sistine chapel. There are three tours offered by the Vatican. They are 1) the museum and Sistine chapel. 2) Vatican gardens. 3) the vatican museums and St. Peters basilica.

The museum and Sistine chapel tour takes 2 hours and passes through the Pio Clementino, the geographical maps and tapestries galleries, the Raphael's rooms and the Sistine Chapel. The tour includes entrance fee and headset. This tour costs 30 euros and can be booked in advance at the vatican website. The garden tour last 2 hours and takes you on a tour of the small independant state. It cost 30.00 euros and can be reserved in advance at the vatican website. After the tour you may enter the vatican museums with no additional cost. The vatican museums and st. Peter's basilica tour costs 35 euros and lasts 3 hours. It, too, can be reserved at the vatican website.

The website is:biglietteriamusei.vatican.va/musei/tickets/do?action=booking&codiceLivelloVisita=4&step=1

Make sure to take your confirmation email with you to the museums and you will be allowed to bypass the line. You must wear proper attire to enter the museums, gardens and basilica. For both men and women, shoulders and knees must be covered.

Villa Celimontana

by trilbi

Villa Celimontana is a small park on the Celio (Coelian) Hill, one of the nicest of the seven hills of Rome near the Coliseum. The park is not well known by non romans and it is a very nice place where to stop in the shade of the big trees in the summer. Go there after taking a walk along Via San Giovanni in Laterano and Via Claudia to visit four very interesting churches (I should add a tip on this). Villa Celimontana is also a very popular spot in the summer nights because many important jazz concerts are held there.Its entrance is just in front of the Navicella fountain.

henry's pub

by cmtomas about henry's pub

it was a great place to meet some fellow travelers and a few locals... from here they took us to a great club - i don't think i could find it again if my life depended on it... we walked down a dark alley to an unassuming door - walked down a very narrow flight of stairs - and voila - there it was... small, crowded, loud... and very local.

Lively Fun and very local feel

by eileencat1 about Il Fico

Lively and fun! Very fresh creative menu. I saw them bring out a whole fish to show a customer for approval before preparing it. Great antipasti, fried calamari, yummo salads, very good wine and loved my steak. Had the best stuffed zucchini flowers made with sheeps milk ricotta mmmm.

Vatican Museum: Sth you haven't heard before!

by salvamea4545

Even if you are not Catholic, I firmly recommend everyone to come into the museum. It is simply stunning!

Here is one tip I didn’t read anywhere and it might be useful. There is no doubt the best way to go into the Vatican museum (and probably every single museum in Italy) is with a tour. BUT the tour only last about hour & 1/2 and it’s for sure you wont be able to appreciate everything. So here is my advise: if you could dedicate an entire day to this museum (or at least a whole morning) , pay for the tour, as you can get in earlier than thousands of people (this is literally: when I left the Vatican, the line was probably 1000 people!) after you get into the Vatican, skip the tour, do it on your own. I know it sounds silly to “waste” the explanation from the tour guide but..TRUST ME, if you are well informed, you could do it by your own and have the museum virtually for yourself at least for the first few hours.
PS/ don’t rush into the Sistine chapel as it will be impossible to get back into the museum after you reach it! The chapel will be there at the end of your tour. Even if you are the first or the last person, the chapel will always be SUPER CROWDED!...so..what's the rush??

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