Residenza A The Boutique Art Hotel

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Via Vittorio Veneto 183, Rome, Lazio, 00187, Italy
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sightseeing in rome

by jafarmustafa

I shall be visiting rome with my wife for 3 days.please inform about important
places to visit on shoestring budget.
jafar mustafa

Re: sightseeing in rome

by Willene1

Why don't you just jump on the hop on hop off bus an get a overall view of Rome .Then if you see something your interested in just get off,The bus has a language ear phone on it so you know what your looking at.Saves alot of walking ,an it's cheap.It runs all day don't remember what time it stops ,but you can ck it out on line.Hop on hop off Rome
Hope this helps.
I'm going back in Oct an i plane on doing that myself.

Re: sightseeing in rome

by Turtleshell

Admission to the Forum Romanum is free, and than there are the Spanish Steps of course. Tickets for the Paladin, Coliseum and Baths of Caracalla are discounted if you happen to be a resident of the European Union (as your taxes co-sponsor maintenance of said places).

Avoid restaurants next to tourist hotspots.

Re: sightseeing in rome

by lostsooner55

You might wish to take a look at the following web site: The card offers free use of the public transport system, two free museum entrances, with discounts for other venues and events. To see what may be occuring during your visit try: Gary

Re: sightseeing in rome

by Roadquill

St Peters - frrreeee, Pantheon - frrreeeee, St. Peters in Chains (vincole) - frrreeee, Spanish Steps - frrreeee, Fontana de Trevi - Frrrreeeee. Piazza Navona and the three fountains - frrreeeee, Cat Sanctuary at Argentina - frrreeee, walking around the Colosseum and nearby Arch - frreeeee, a stroll down via Guilia - frrreeee, Pont St. Angelo - frrreeeee. Karl

Re: sightseeing in rome

by azz8206

The Pantheon is free to enter and it is quite remarkable so I wouldn't miss that. The Colosseum is 11 euros to enter but you should go there. St. Peter's Basilica is free to enter. The Sistine Chapel has an entrance fee but I'm not sure how much it is. You pay to get into the Forum I'm not sure what the entrance fee is but it is a 2 for 1 as you can visit the Capitoline Hill too and it won't cost you extra. Castel Sant'Angelo is 6.50 euros entrance fee and there is much to see while there. It has many mini museums inside. My advice would be to purchase the Romapass for 20 euros and this gives you unlimited travel on the buses and the metro, 2 free passes to the sites and discounts to the other sites and museums. Have a wonderful trip.

Re: sightseeing in rome

by breughel

The Foro Romano is no more free.
1 Combined ticket for the Foro + Colosseo + Palatine.

(see tips on "things to do" Roman Forum)

Re: sightseeing in rome

by Turtleshell

> The Foro Romano is no more free.

It isn't? Granted, last time I was there was in October 2006. Back then, admission to the forum was still free, and there was a combi ticket for the Coliseum and Paladin.
Thanks for the update.

Re: sightseeing in rome

by Roadquill

This is recent. When we were there last July it was still free, but you could tell THEY were in the process of enclosing the forum area. Karl

Re: sightseeing in rome

by breughel

It is recent. From March or April this year.

Now 9 € for these 3 major monuments is not so expensive (same price as Colosseo + Palatino from before).

Travel Tips for Rome

Walk, walk, walk... and LOOK!

by Laura_Mexico

Walk, walk and walk, look around you because you will find ruins and vestiges all over the city...... admire the monuments, go inside every museum, and don't lose the chance to speak with the romans, who are very nice people! Rome is a fascinating town, full of warm people, nice places, impressive monuments and buildings, and history, LOTS of it. Even if you stay a month, like I did, you just won't be able to see all the things there are to see. If you have a long time to tour Rome make the best out of it; if you don't, try to visit the very main sites at least. Free tourist information and maps (VERY USEFUL!!) are available in several spots around the city. Transportation is easy, and you can always walk cause Rome isn't that big - the main/central part of it anyway.

Try walking farther south from downtown too, there are a few nice churches and monuments you might like to see and which aren't very popular. Stroll around the parks, especially Villa Borghese. At night go have a beer or an ice cream in the numerous spots open till 2-3 AM (there are bars that even stay open all night long), it's not necessary to go to a big pub or to a disco to have fun. Rome's streets and squares are very lively at night and it's probably even more fun to be walking around the city than staying in one single place, and it's quite safe to walk around Rome at night. Try also climbing some of the hills, like Gianicolo, to have a panoramic view of Rome and breathe purer air (the picture you're looking at was taken from up there). And ALWAYS have your camera with you, you never know when you'll come across a nice building or view of this enchanting town which never stops surprising you!!

View the Roman Forum from the Tabularium

by the_ancient_mariner

When you visit the Capitoline Museums, take the underground passageway between Palazzo Conservatori and Palazzo Nuovo. Admire the interesting fragments with inscriptions along the tunnel, but also be sure to take the side stairs and you will be rewarded with a spectacular view of the Roman Forum. You are standing in one of the arches of the Tabularium, which is where the ancient Romans kept their official records. Look to the right and see the Temple of Vespasian and the Temple of Saturn. To the left you will see the Arch of Septimius Severus and the Church of Santi Luca e Martina. We were lucky enough to visit at dusk and get a couple of reasonable time exposures that show off the dramatic monuments.

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by Krystynn about People-Watch at PIAZZA NAVONA

Strolling along the streets of PIAZZA NAVONA at dusk was sheer heaven!

This place comes alive at night... with street artists selling their paintings and merry-makers having a wonderful Italian meal at nearby restaurants.

Il Brilllo Parlante

by HELEN about Il Brilllo Parlante

Great food and wine. There's an outside seating area that's great on a really nice day or a beautiful, warm night, but the inside is the hidden treasure of this restaurant. It's downstairs in the basement and some if it is in the wine cellar.

Trevi Fountain

by mes_fla

The Trevi Fountain is gorgeous. It is beautifully lit at night. It is crowded at all times of day and night. We thought it was wonderful to see, but didn't find it romantic.

Don't forget your coins to throw into the Fountain! You are to make a wish and throw one coin over your shoulder into the Fountain; then you are to throw another coin in over your shoulder so you will return to Rome!

Unfortunately, to offset the beauty of the Fountain - beware of the men, "giving" you flowers. They find a couple, give the girl roses, and say "For you, just for you!" Of course, they want your significant other to pay for the flowers. Also, if they get you to take them, they refuse to take them back! They want their money. VERY ANNOYING.


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Address: Via Vittorio Veneto 183, Rome, Lazio, 00187, Italy