Robinson

2 out of 5 stars2 Stars

3 Via Milazzo, Rome, Lazio, 185, Italy
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  • Couples62
  • Solo100
  • Business0

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Forum Posts

Rome New Year Celebrations

by luqa17

Hi,

In which square / squares are the main New Year Celebrations held in Rome?

Thank you for your reply!
Ken

Re: Rome New Year Celebrations

by von.otter

We have spent New Year's Eve in Rome twice.

Many Roman's gather in Piazza del Popolo. There is also a great crowd in Piazza di San Pietro. I really like the views of the fireworks from Isola Tiberina.

Wherever you ring in the new year, take care to avoid the many random fireworks in the streets, those Roman candles!

Rome is fairly mild at this time of year. A light wool jacket or coat will keep you comfortable.

Enjoy the Eternal City!

Travel Tips for Rome

General Tips

by buckaroo2

If you stay at the FONTANA hotel you can walk to almost everything, and that is the way to see Rome. If you walk you will find all the interesting little shops that you would miss if you took transportation. I did take a tour bus to the Vatican because it was a bit of a walk, but with the tour but on Wednesday the pope did the mass and you go past the line and go right in. The people at the end of the line usually don’t get in.
As for eating, it is expensive. I suggest taking a small back pack for all the places you go, but also to stop at a grocery store and get you drink and dessert or fruit, then order the main course and after that is served you have the rest of your meal with you, VERY much cheaper at least half of what it would cost buying it all at the restaurant. If you are staying at the Fontana there is a grocery store right next door.

Crossing the Street - Not for Sissies

by goodfish

(Tip and photos from my Italy pages)
Pedestrians can find crossing an Italian street to be a hair-raising experience. Traffic laws exist but they appear to be optional. The trick is to use crosswalks, whenever you can, and not to hesitate. Put your head down and GO. Never stop halfway through. Cars and motorcycles will either stop or zip around you. As much as I'm sure they'd LIKE to kill some of the tourists that clutter up their busy intersections, they won't. If it's too much for you, shadow an Italian or better yet, a nun - no shortage of those in the bigger cities. The good news is that as insane as the traffic can be, we didn't see a single accident or pedestrian mishap during our time there.

The photos are actually from Sorrento but are similar to any busy intersection in Rome.

Theres a road that runs along...

by mannymiami

Theres a road that runs along side Lago Albano from Albano Laziale towards Rocca di Papa where for some reason theres some type of magnetic field. As the road goes down hill if place a ball or a bottle on the road the object goes uphill on this down hill road. Very strange.

Getting Around...

by CandS

Most of the time we walked around Rome but we also used the public transport...it was very easy to use and fairly cheap.

We also did a day trip via train to Pompei. The trip took around 2.5 hours to get to Naples then an extra 30 minutes or so to get to Pompei.

Pizza

by rita_simoes about Almacri

This was probably the best restaurant where I went in Rome.

I went there two times, and always ordered pizza, which is excellent and ENORMOUS! My favourite of all is the good old simple margherita, with mozzarella di buffala. It's really yummy!

Prices are very low, service is great and they are opened until very late - the first time I went there, it was around midnight, and they're open and working usually until 1 am.

The only disadvantage is that it's a little far from city centre, so if you're in center without your own car, it may be a little difficult to reach it. But if you happen to be on the area, give it a try!

Update: The last time I was in Rome, we ate there two times and it was delicious as always :) Certainly the best pizza in Rome.

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Address: 3 Via Milazzo, Rome, Lazio, 185, Italy