San Peter Rome B&B

Piazza S.Maria alle Fornaci, 2, Rome, 00165, Italy
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Confortably Cold?

by EvandroMota

I am thinking about going to Rome and Venice in the end of the year, last week of december, do you think the temperatures are too low?
or do you think it is confortably enogh to have some nice vacations?

Re: Confortably Cold?

by Sussexcousin

WINTER is a good time to visit Italy. Although Rome can get cold and windy- the average winter temperature is around 50° - this season is sometimes wet, but one can also expect many lovely sunny days.

Re: Confortably Cold?

by mccalpin

Well, it depends a lot on what you think is "too low". In most of Italy near sea level, it seldom snows, which is why barbarians kept invading ;-) Yes, it gets cold, but it is more of "when it gets cold, it stays cold" as opposed to wild temperature swings.

Venice can be cold in winter in any case, but I think that most people here like the fact that there are few tourists, and they work around the weather...


Re: Confortably Cold?

by Jami1

I went Rome once for christmas time, it is not bad weather that time, littl cold, but not uncomfortable. good thing is, less crowd, so i was enjoyed much more better than spring time in rome. i have no experence in venice at winter season, pls check with other it. but rome, definilty, it wont be any issue for you.

Re: Confortably Cold?

by Belsaita

by best vacation in Venice was on December a few years ago, precisely because there were few people around. It was cold (a few degrees above zero) and foggy, that IMO added extra charm. We had a couple of sunny days too. But I don't mind cold weather on holidays, provided you wear warm clothes and shoes... it adds the extra pleasure of stopping now and then to sip a hot cup of coffee ;)

Re: Confortably Cold?

by domenicococozza

We love wintertime in Venice. Last time we were there, they were building snowmen in Saint Marks Square. It was freezing but no wind. It makes for a good excuse to drink plenty of grappa and hot chocolate.

Travel Tips for Rome

First Round

by Applelyn

After a day's work, the first thing most of my Italian friends do is to head to a bar. They will stay there for half an hour and have their first round of drinks and snacks. Hmm...and they claimed it as BONDING TIME :) No Wonder they look

Porta Portese "Flea Market" - Don't Bother

by Lacristina

Well, it is in all the guidebooks. Maybe that's why you're thinking of going here?

Every Sunday morning, in Trastevere, just across the Ponte Sublico (one of the many bridges across the Tevere - the Tiber River) hundreds, maybe thousands of tourists come looking for an interesting flea market.

But I would guess that most leave very disappointed - and some of them get pickpocketed, to boot.

Frankly, there's mostly new, cheap junk. Hardly any interesting flea market finds at all - just the chance for the professional thieves to get another chance at your wallet or purse in crowded conditions while you're distracted.

I've got a better idea - it's nearby, and while there's some new cheap junk here, too, you'll find some real flea market finds as well. See my tip called: "Better than the Porta Portese Flea Market?" found here:


by tini58de

We got our ticket for a real good price: we paid 29 € each way, which summed up to 116 € for two persons return flight Stuttgart to Rome!

We were very satisfied with the security AND the service of Germanwings!!!

Great food, greater atmosphere

by kcochran111 about Ristorante Bistro

We were wary to try anything our hostel recommended for fear that it would be yet another Roman tourist trap. But, we were pleasantly surprised when we walked into Ristorante Bistro. The atmosphere is elegant yet cozy, with old French cafe' posters decorating the walnut-trimmed walls. We arrived at 8:30 on a Saturday night, so there was a 30 minute wait for a table. But, the bartender gave everyone in the lobby complimentary champagne to "tide them over".

Once seated, we enjoyed a dinner of risotto ai gamberi (prawn risotto) and vitello escalopine. The food was excellent, as was the waitstaff who frequently stopped by our table to check on us and refresh our wine glasses (very un-Italian).

We ended up chatting with the English couple next to us, who after a "few" more glasses of champagne, ended up buying our dinner. A lovely change of pace from cookie-cutter Roman restaurants. Risotto ai gamberi- A huge portion of delicious risotto, went well with a chilled bottle of Pinot Grigio

Baths of Caracalla

by FletchInEuropeYahoo

As described on my Rome page, these ruins stand out as a slice of ancient Roman daily life. The mosaics that have been unearthed are beautiful; the property is park-like and quiet. Admission is free.


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Address: Piazza S.Maria alle Fornaci, 2, Rome, 00165, Italy