Rimini Hotel

3 out of 5 stars3 Stars

Via Marghera 17, Rome, Lazio, 00185, Italy
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  • Families75
  • Couples67
  • Solo54
  • Business50

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Forum Posts

Guided tour of the Forum

by clmbsb

Hello everyone.

It is nearly time for our trip to Rome and i still have not fins any contact details for the Roman Forum. I found an old article (2007) that stated that there are guided tours of the Forum for €4. http://www.italylogue.com/things-to-do/roman-forum.html (half way down the page)

Has anyone taken this tour recently?

Has anyone got a contact email address where i can check this out?

Any help with this will be greatly recieved.

Many thanks

Clare

Re: Guided tour of the Forum

by clmbsb

We have already booked our ticket for the colosseum via the official website. We just need a guide for the Forum but thanks for the help :-)

Re: Guided tour of the Forum

by travelgourmet

The Roman Forum can be done on your own with no problem. Check out the Why Go Italy website for information on how to do the Roman Forum: http://www.italylogue.com/things-to-do/roman-forum.html

Re: Guided tour of the Forum

by travelgourmet

I know, that's what you said in your post but it still applies. If you need a current post try the Key to Rome website: http://www.keytorome.com/

Re: Guided tour of the Forum

by Mozumbus

one small tip: do the Roman Forum and the Palatine Hill before the Colosseum: 1) the pedestrian through-way between the two sites is one way, i.e. from Forum to Colosseum, so it will be a bit extra walk should you go otherwise; 2) the impact of Colosseum is so profound that you may find the ruins boring should you do the Colosseum first; and 3) Forum and Palatine Hill sites will be hotter as there is no shades available...

Btw, the general Colosseum ticket includes Forum and Palatine Hill, do check whether your guided tour includes them also?

Travel Tips for Rome

Visitor's Guide

by nicolettart

When you arrive in Rome, pick up the brochure called "Un Ospite a Roma", (a guest in Rome). It's free in hotel lobbies. This is a great help in finding out when sights are open, restaurants, and all kinds of info. I found this most valuable because we traveled in the off-season, when certain sights have unusual hours.

Ancient fountains

by Jenniflower

Some of the fountains in Rome are centuries old, while others are alot newer (although OLD by our standards! haha).

It is hard sometimes to guess their age by the amount of graffiti on them unfortunately, thankfully I didn't see too much of this though.

Some are operated with a button that you push, while others flow continuously into ornate bowls and cisterns carved from stone or marble.

There is hardly any wastage of water.

Vatican Post Office

by Willettsworld

Located next to the Information Office (on the left hand side as you face St Peter's Basilica), the Vatican Post Office is a very popular place for both tourists and local Roman's as the Vatican postal system is reputedly fast. Inside, you can buy a large variety of Vatican stamps, coins (although the Euro collections sell out very quickly), postal covers and albums etc.

Remember: you cannot post mail with Italian stamps in the Vatican post office nor can you post mail with Vatican stamps in the Italian mail system.

Driving rules

by baronedivandastad

1) Don't be stressed by vehicles of lower size, they'll take care of themselves.

2) When negotiating a crossing that looks too messy (such as the one between Via di Decima and Via Colombo, a real masterpiece of demential engineering), go slowly forward and be prapared to brake suddenly in case your neighbours happen to have a different opinions over priorities.

3) if you need to do something stupid (like a U-turn in a jammed road) because you got lost or took the wrong way, make sure you signal your intentions. Roman drivers are very tolerant of stupid manoeuvres (they see hundreds of them every day) and will not honk too much.

4) follow the flow, do as the Romans do.

Hardy Roman Trattoria

by MM212 about Trattoria Da “Oio” a Casa Mia

This hardy Roman trattoria is one which tourists will typically never reach, despite receiving some attention from guidebooks. It is located in the middle class residential neighbourhood of Testaccio, not too far from the Pyramid of Caius Cestius, away from the main tourist atractions. It serves excellent local Roman dishes including tonarelli cacio e pepe and pollo (chicken) all cacciatore at relatively low prices and in a very simple dining room. The trattoria is run by a family (I believe the husband "Oio" cooks and the wife runs the dining room). If this is not your first visit to Rome and are looking for an authentic experience, the detour here won't be regrettable.

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Address: Via Marghera 17, Rome, Lazio, 00185, Italy