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Forum Posts

Venice to Rome

by daybird1

Hi...I'm just after your thoughts as to the best way for my daughter and I to go from Venice to Rome in October.I'm thinking probably the train....any ideas about which train is best..and the cost approximately?I would very much appreciate your advice...thank you! Kirsty

Re: Venice to Rome

by rita_simoes

There are different prices according to the type of train you choose, from 40€ (InterCity) to 60€ (Eurostar), more or less (one way). You can check all prices and timetables at http://www.trenitalia.com/en/index.html.

There's also the airplane; there are some lowcost companies who do this route, like Ryanair - where you can get prices like 9,90€! However, you must bear in mind that to get to Ryanair's airport, in Treviso, you have to make a one hour train trip.

As you can see, it all depends on how much time you have and how much you want to spend. Have a nice trip :)

Re: Venice to Rome

by daybird1

Thank you so much-that is very helpful.Kirsty

Re: Venice to Rome

by daybird1

Thank you so much-that is very helpful.Kirsty

Re: Venice to Rome

by Dutch1980

Hi ,

A few years ago I took the train from Venice to Florence and the to Rome...
The trains in Italia are quite good and run mostly on time... Because we had a stop over in Florence I dont know the Travel Time....

Ryanair is also a good option I flew a few times with them from the Netherlands.
Book far in advance and the prices are cheaper... a few weeks at least.
They only dont give you a hotel when the flight is cancelled ..but for that price...

And Rome is beautifull :) I Love it there

Have a good and safe trip and enjoy it.... taking the train gives you more siteseeing....

Re: Venice to Rome

by nyonnetti

We took the Eurostar train through Trenitalia last october and it was easy, fast, cheap and reliable. I would have to locate my old ticket but I think the cost was somewhere around 50 euros? It wasn't bad. I tried using the Trenitalia website but it was a little confusing. You can definitely get an idea of the timetables, but I wouldn't worry about purchasing the tickets until you arrive. You can use an automated machine at the train station. See my tips on train travel in my Italy travel pages. Have fun!

Travel Tips for Rome

Wall inscriptions everywhere!

by Jenniflower

The walls tell stories.

No really, they do!

The amount of weathering they have undergone, how scarred they are, their discolouration, what is inscribed in them, what story the frieze or mural on them depicts, how rounded they are. How old.

Everywhere you will find snippets of information of times gone by by 'reading' the walls :)

Tempio di Vesta

by abarbieri

This site is not open to the public but you can take part to a private visit organized by the well known Pierreci company. Reservation is essential and I suggest to call at least 10 days in advance. Visits are available the 1st and 3rd Sunday of each month at 11am.
There are many other sites not open to the public that you can be visited the same way and they are all included in the "Archeologia Nascosta" programme (find full listing on the web site)

Travel card into sights

by Italianmanboy

The Roma Archeologia Card costs €20 includes the entrance to nine major sites in Rome including the Colosseum, Terme di Caracalla, Terme di Diocleziano and Villa dei Quintili. The card is valid for a week and is available from the attractions themselves and the Visitor Center of Rome Tourist Board (APT) in Via Parigi 5. The Appia Antica Card (€6) covers entrance to the Baths of Caracalla, the Tomb of Cecilia Metella and the Villa of the Quintili.

don't know

by TheFish about don't know

one day i was out wandering around by myself and found this little restaurant. it was the family owned type and the owner-waiter-chef was really nice. there was nothing on the menu that interested me so he made up exactly what i wanted - tortellini in white sauce. it was exquisite. i wish i could tell you where it is, but i just wandered past it. i know it was close to our hotel but i don't remember where that was either. perhaps i should put this in the fondest memories section instead of the restaurant section... tortellini with white sauce

The Victor Emmanuel Monument Exhibition

by scanos

The Victor Emmanuel Monument is a well known landmark in Piazza Venezia, accessible from Metro: Colosseo (B). Tourists often scale the large flight of stairs leading to the Altar of the Nation, to take photographs of or from the 12m long equestrian statue of the King. However, the monument also has a museum which is well worth a visit. We chanced upon an exhibition of Italian Culture when we were last there. This included the following:

- The model of the monument in the exhibition
- The original Fiat cinque cento ( 500)
- The uniform of Julius Caesar (as worn by Richard Burton in the file of the same name)
- The original Italian lottery 'shaker'

A significant part of the exhibition focused on some of Italy's atrocities and outrages - including those of the Brigata Rosso, and the right wing response in Bologna Train Station.

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