Roman Holidays

Via Bu Meliana 12, Rome, 00193, Italy
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Trip from Rome - Pisa - Venice

by Ellle

Hi, i'll be going to Rome with a friend in April and planning to stay there for several days. We will then continue our trip to venice by train but would like to make a stop in Pisa to shot some pictures of the leaning tower on our way to venice. What worries me is we'll be carrying our big luggage and i dont think it's covenient for us to drag our luggage along in Pisa. Is there anywhere we can keep our luggage for several hours at the train station in Pisa? Thanks

Re: Trip from Rome - Pisa - Venice

by bekerovka

hy,
here all services in the Tuscany railstations: http://www.trenitalia.com/cms/v/index.jsp?vgnextoid=ff85ee71509da110VgnVCM1000003f16f90aRCRD
Ciao, Marco

Re: Trip from Rome - Pisa - Venice

by Mozumbus

Though you have not asked for an itinerary advice, I would suggest you to include Florence in your plan, which is located between Rome and Venice, and a wonderful city to explore. You may do a half day trip to Pisa from Florence, which will solve your luggage problem also....Have a great trip

Re: Trip from Rome - Pisa - Venice

by Ellle

Thanks for all the tips. I've never thought of visiting Florence but i'll consider to include that in my plan. My plan's to go to rome - venice - milan. Maybe just one or 2 days each in venice and milan :)

Travel Tips for Rome

The pantheon

by extrajoce

This ancient Roman structure is a true architectural feat despite the remaining hole (see other tip). It is a tribute to the genius of the architects of the time, and has inspired many constructions, even during the Renaissance (see tip in Naples). It is one of the highlights of central Rome to visit when going from Piazza Navona to the Fontana di Trevi, for example.

Romulus and Remus :)

by Jenniflower

One of my favoured fables learnt at school.

I actually did an acrylic painting when I was 15, with the she-wolf and the twin boys in the thick of the forest, and the fable written in calligraphy beneath it.

Can't show it here as it is in South Africa.

So how does the story go? I could write it out here, but found this superb little child-illustrated rendiiton of it at the website below. Very nice :)

This stone rendition of Remus (photo) was one of the artworks found on a pillar, in a spontaneous exhibition of outdoor artwork at the Mausoleum of Augustus, near the Tavere/Tiber River.

Basically, the artist had done a few pieces like this, laid them out on the pillars of a wall beside a road, and this one caught my eye.

A lovely little outdoor gallery, well worth a visit if you can find him! :)

Football souvenirs

by Calcio about Around the stadium

No problems to find souvenirs in Rome. Both Roma and Lazio have official and unofficial stores close to the Termini trainstation. If you prefer until you’re outside the stadium you’ll find a lot of salesmen there who wants to sell everything, including his mother, to you. Prices are normal, but make sure they don’t tries to get a higher price from you. If they notice you’re foreigner they might double the price…
For a matchshirt you shouldn’t pay more than 10 euro (outside the stadium). For a scarve it’s 5-6 euro.

Trains

by fairy_dust

Termini is the main train station in Rome and there are trains going to/from pretty much every city in Italy. Just buy a ticket either at the counter or the ticket machines near the platforms. If you're going to/from the Leonardo da Vinci (Fiumicino) airport, there is a special train that takes you directly to/from there for much cheaper than a taxi (it also runs pretty much every hour).

Just a few tips:

-remember to get your ticket stamped at the yellow machine on the platform. Just stick the ticket in, it gets stamped automatically. If you don't do this and your ticket gets checked on the train, you might have to pay a fine.
-trains don't always run on time in Italy, especially the cheaper trains. My train coming back to Rome from Assisi was late, and so was the connecting train in Foligno.
-watch out for pickpockets in Termini. This station is notorious for having thieves prowling around.

Our last day in Rome

by Jenniflower about xxx

This tip is under construction. I am currently uploading many photos and will add in the information and travel tales to the photos soon.

Should you have a query in the meanwhile, please feel free to email me :)

Thanks!

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