Roman Residence

Cavour,47, Rome, 00184, Italy
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Buying tickets to rome in june

by markpart1

Hi all
So i hear throught the grapevine that if i wanted to get cheaper tickets to Rome then maybe i should wait to buy them in april, anyone heard of that? I think they wait for everyone to buy them early then they put on there sale. Should i just buy the tickets now or wait? I live in california if that helps.
What do you all think?
thanks

Re: Buying tickets to rome in june

by qaminari

They may think there is a peak demand for the Easter holidays, and prices would drop for departures after that. That doesn't necessarily mean you would have to wait until after Easter to book, just try different dates now and see if you get different prices for departures in April. However, a), the prices I found doni't seem to bear this out (http://www.edreams.com/flights/los+angeles-rome/) and b) these days prices tend to be cheaper the EARLIER you buy, and the season for Italy starts at Easter and numbers grow steadily thereafter, remaining high from then till September with peaks during school holidays (especially Easter, August and Christmas).

Re: Buying tickets to rome in june

by Redang

Where are you flying from?

Re: Buying tickets to rome in june

by markpart1

I will be flying from L.A at LAX

Re: Buying tickets to rome in june

by Redang

OK, check then:
www.edreams.com
www.rumbo.es
wwwlastminute.com
www.atrapalo.com
www.momondo.com
www.marsans.es

Apart from that, I recommend to have a look almost every single day using many webs. Then, you can get a shorter list to work with, and be patient, it's a problem of search, search, search..., and sometimes the bargain shows up

Re: Buying tickets to rome in june

by kathymof

The prices really don't seem to be doing that anymore - last year they stayed high and went higher. I suggest that you set a reasonable price and buy the first ticket you find that is at or below that price. It may not be optimal but at least you won't kidk yourself if it ends up being a good deal. Good rates seem especially hard to find this year.

Travel Tips for Rome

Last time I was in Forum, I...

by daarth

Last time I was in Forum, I didn’t do a guided tour. I was very anti guided tours! (Probably didn’t have the money). This time though, I listened a lot to the guide and learned many wonderful things.
Use a guide! You won’t regret it!
More pictures in the travelogue.

Cycling on ancient stones: Appia Antica

by sonia72it

Riding a bike or just walking the Appia Antica (Ancient Appia) is a beautiful spot, sorrounded by green fields, really enjoyable.

Walking down Via delle Sette Chiese and Via Appia Antica you can visit the Catacombs (di Domitilla, di San Callisto, di San Sebastiano) and Cecilia Metella's Tomb.

A little detour (100 mt on Via Ardeatina) brings to the Fosse Ardeatine, the place where on 23rd March 1944 German troops brought 335 Italians - mainly Jews - and killed them, a terrible page of our history.

Roman Public Transport

by nbeard

Ok, the bus system in Rome can be a bit confusing at first, which is why I suggest buying a TRANSPORTATION map at any newsstand. (the green, round, free-standing ones.) It has to specifically be one for transportation, and should cost around 6 euro. It is very worth it, as these maps are greatly detaield and come with a little booklet that lists all of the buses that go to whatever spot in Rome you are trying to get to. They are also excellent street maps, so they come in handy for that, too. For the center, pretty much any bus you will want to take can be caught at Piazza Venezia or Termini. Another big stop for spots a little further afield is Piramide (also a metro stop). Be prepared to wait anywhere from 30 seconds for a bus to 30 minutes; they are never regular. The bus stop signs are yellow, and the bus number that stops there will be in the circle at the top. The stops are listed in order, and the next stop will be the one listed below the one you are at. If you see you want to go the other direction, the stop will be across the street. You buy tickets at "tabacci" for 1 euro each and you have to validate them as soon as you get on the bus. Watch you personal belongings at all times, of course, but especially on buses that go to Termini. Romans don't have the same concept of personal space as Americans, so don't be afraid to squeeze on in! It is common courtesy to take up as little room as possible, however.

Good value of money

by Turska about Cafe Primo

At our first morning we had nothing to do the breakfast,so we just went wondering around to find something.We found or way here,and waiter was very friendly,spoke good Englis,and had no trouble of changing the parma-ham to cooked ham(we are so stupid,that we don´t like parma-ham-sorry Italians!).The mozzarella-cheese at the hot roll was delicous. We saw they had pastas and other warm meals at daytime also,but we had only ham-and mozzarella hot rolls,and cafe latte.It was simple,but very good.And it was quite reasonbly priced also-for the size of the roll and coffee.And taste was very good,like I said.

Villa Medici

by Manara

This superbly located palazzo is a beautiful exemple of the Reanaissance architecture. Its gardens, with statues that have been restored recently, would deserve a visit in their own right.

Since July 10 and until September 20, 2009, Villa Medici, the seat of the Académie de France in Rome, opens its rooms and gardens to visitors. During this period of special opening to the public there are guided visits in French and in Italian.

Even after the end of this special opening, there will be other opportunities to visit Villa Medici, since there are often temporary exhibitions here.

Opening time: from 10.00 to 19.00 on Saurday and Sunday, 10.00 to 13.30 and 15.00 to 19.00 on working days. Closed on Monday. The entrance fee is 12 euro.

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Address: Cavour,47, Rome, 00184, Italy