Salvador B&B

Via Vittorio Arminjon nr 5, Rome, 00195, Italy
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has anyone purchased from this site?

by sunnybunnych

has anyone purchased tickets from ticketclic.it? they are selling tickets for the colosseum, palantine hill, and the forum for 13.5 euro. i was there in the fall and it was like 10 euro for the forum and 18 euro for colosseum/palantine hill. i don't want to purchase tickets and get to the window just to find out they aren't valid.

Re: has anyone purchased from this site?

by monorailgold

Hello,

The price for the colosseum/palatine hill/forum combo is 12 euros. this is what you will pay at the ticket window. I don't know the company you mention. If you are going to be in rome for 3 days you might want to get the romapass. If offers 2 free admission and a transport pass. You can check it out at romapass.it It is really a great deal.

Donna

Re: has anyone purchased from this site?

by grapeexpectations

As the first reply said. YOu can buy your ticket directly at the site and not go through the middle agency. My suggestion though would be to go to the Paletine first (the ticket is good for three zones) as there is usually no line there vs. hoards and line hawkers at the colosseo. You might also consider purchasing the
The Roma Archaeologia Card (22 Euros). It includes the entrance to all the sites of Romes National Museums, to the Colosseum, the Palatine, the Baths of Caracalla, the Tomb of Cecilia Metella and the Villa of the Quintili.

The card can be purchased from the ticket counters of each site (though again I recomend going to the Paletine as the line will be short), except for the Tomb of Cecilia Metella and the Villa of the Quintili. YOu can also purchase the pass at the Visitor Center of Rome Tourist Board (APT) in Via Parigi 5.

For what its worth, going through the forum in the early morning, just before it opens shouldn't be missed. I walk past it every day on my way to work and one of the things I lament is no longer being able to just stroll through it for free. ~ly

Re: has anyone purchased from this site?

by sunnybunnych

thank you for your replies. i had looked into the roma pass also. when i was in rome in november the entrance to the forum, in front of the colosseum, was closed. we had to walk around the corner and enter from the side. is this where i can purchase the colosseum/palantine tickets also?

Re: has anyone purchased from this site?

by sunnybunnych

thank you for your replies. i had looked into the roma pass also. when i was in rome in november the entrance to the forum, in front of the colosseum, was closed. we had to walk around the corner and enter from the side. is this where i can purchase the colosseum/palantine tickets also?

Re: has anyone purchased from this site?

by monorailgold

Hello,

Yes, you can purchase your colosseum combo ticket at the entrance to the forum also.

donna

Travel Tips for Rome

Castel S. Angelo

by karenincalifornia

The Castel S. Angelo was just about 5 blocks from our hotel. This is one of the older structures in Rome and used to be the home of a pope or two. A visit to the Castel is worth the price of admission. The exhibits are interesting, and the views of Rome are lovely. They even had a small instrumental ensemble performing on the terrace.

This was the only place we went to where they had one price for tourists, and a lower price for Romans. We failed miserably at our imitation of Roman locals, so we paid the higher price. It was still worth it.

Bocca Della Verita (the Mouth of Truth)

by christineintheworld

Legend says that the Bocca della Verita (Mouth of Truth) will cut off the hand of any liar who dares to place it in its mouth.

I let my imagination carry me away and went out in search of the Bocca. For some reason, we wandered around and around and around it before giving up, then actually noticing it was there.

If you are out, wandering through the streets, just drinking in Italy... maybe take a wander to the Bocca and test it out.

The Bocca can be found in the portico of the Santa Maria in Cosmedin church in Rome. (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Santa_Maria_in_Cosmedin).
Piazza Bocca Della Verita, 18
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"Skip the Trevi - Have a Bevvy"

by Paisleypaul about The Albert

Not really nightlife and doesn't serve food it really is just a Scots run pub down Via in Arcione from the Trevi fountain. A pint (500ml) lager or beer about Eu5.00 with a 2 hour 2-for-1 happy hour early evening during the week. Eu2.90 for a small glass of wine. A wicked strength Tennents' Export is available on draught, it is not 70/- or 80/- and is not available in Scotland, seems to be export only.

PS Take advise about skipping Trevi with a pinch of saltimbocca........ Cover your modesty howsoever ! Perhaps in a T-shirt bearing the slogan/motto above (free with a big enough drinks order).

A must do restaurant

by Auntyraz about L'Orso 80

Although this is termed a Seafood restaurant it has an extensive menu and none of the party I was with chose a seafood option the antipasti were enough to make us full but it just kept coming the food is sooo good that you find yourself having to eat it, you will definitely want to go back, and I will definitely revisit. Closed on a Monday. I couldn't pick it is all fantastic

Pasta and pizza chain Rome and beyond

by Paisleypaul about Pastarit0

An inexpensive place to eat, although this is achain there is full table service so don't think fast food. Several locations throughout Rome and farther afield, they are convenient to many of the attractions like on Via IV Novembre near the National Monument and the one I have based the tip on is opposite the Pope's Bishopric seat at San Giovanii in Laterano.
Mainly Pasta (about 20 shapes and at least twice as many sauces) and pizza but salads sweets and other items including childrens menu.
Great spot for lunch - we like our dinners to be longer affairs - and this chain is as authentic a part of Roman life in the 21st century for the busier, often younger set as are the tradional trattorie. Vongole veraci al prezzemolo e peperoncino - spiral pasta in parsley & chilli clam sauce

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