Satelite Palace Hotel

Via Delle Antille 49, Roma Lido Aly, Rome, Lazio, 00121, Italy
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closest place to go

by sbulbul

Where are the other sightseeing places(out of main city of rome) could be easily reached? By bus? By trin? I think pisa and naples are a little bit of far from rome?

Re: closest place to go

by travelgourmet

You could go to Tivoli and see the Villa d'Este and Hadrian's Villa. Bus is good even a train. Some walking is done as well. Pompeii is close by as well by train or closer in near FCO airport is Ostia Antica, another Roman ruin site.

Re: closest place to go

by Mozumbus

Your observation about Pisa and Naples is correct, they are more than a day trip. However, if you are bent to do any of them, then train is the only logical option, refer to www.trenitalia.com for fares and timetables.

If cost is not the concern then Fast trains can do the trick; Rome-Pisa one-way is less than 3 hours by Fast Trains and Rome-Naples is about 2 hours...

Ciao!

Re: closest place to go

by mccalpin

The question of day trips out of Rome comes up frequently. In addition to the fine information above, look at the following threads here in the Rome forum where a similar question was asked:
http://forum.virtualtourist.com/discussion-534473-1-1-Travel-0-144659-Rome-discussion.html
http://forum.virtualtourist.com/discussion-526645-1-1-Travel-0-144659-Rome-discussion.html
http://forum.virtualtourist.com/discussion-461736-1-1-Travel-0-144659-Rome-discussion.html
http://forum.virtualtourist.com/discussion-494088-1-1-Travel-0-144659-Rome-discussion.html
http://forum.virtualtourist.com/discussion-482785-1-1-Travel-0-144659-Rome-discussion.html

Bill

Re: closest place to go

by Peter123

I was comparing places around Rome for a while: Ostia Antica, Tivoli, Pompei....and decided to try out Orvieto wich seems to be a quiter place with a fantastic cathedral. I hope to be less touristy than Rome, a welcome break from noise and traffic.

Travel Tips for Rome

Fontanelle

by rita_simoes

All the water in roman fountains is drinkable.

This is, on the one hand, very useful and something I really like about this city. On the other hand, it makes me so uncomfortable to see all that water being wasted! Specially after I knew that the 'Comune' of Rome has spent quite a few euros on campaigns warning about the water waste and even gave the population a special device to save water in their homes.

Apart from that, on a hot roman summer, it does feel good to always have a fountain nearby, with cold water for free! Take a bottle with you and refill it everytime you see one! (it made me save a lot of money...)

SCOOTERS !

by DAO


Rome has been a hip city with loads of style for over 2000 years. The crowded streets, snarling traffic and congestion is always just that bit more stylish because of the scooter scene. They ride sleek new machines in their suits, stylish casual clothes and even trendy helmets. Its not just a great way to handle the traffic and parking situation. It is a dramatic fashion statement. Rome rocks and it also rolls – on 2 wheels. They start their passion for scooters at a young age. People are allowed to drive scooters from the age of 14! No wonder they seem to date younger here as well. Because they can!

Nemi

by janchan

Nemi... and its volcanic lake. This town is famous for its strawberries. Try them with cream... in the right period (April-May).

It is located in the area of "Castelli Romani", south east of Rome at about 30 km.

Rome's metro system is limited...

by worldkiwi

Rome's metro system is limited to two lines. Both of them make London's underground look like first class on an aeroplane! It can be a bit seedy in Rome's 'tube', but you'll cope.
Buses pick up where the metro doesn't, but the bus drivers have to be the rudest in Europe and the method of payment is confusing to say the least. You have to buy your tickets in advance (get a combined metro-bus one if you're planning on doing much bus/metro travel in one day) and the best place to get those is in the metro stations. There are machines in the buses where you are meant to click your ticket, but they seldom work. Don't try talking to the surly bus drivers... they'll just ignore you. I got a couple of free trips because the machine was clapped out and the driver didn't care!
The combined tickets are a rip off if you don't use them right. If you are just going to bus into and out of the city centre, one trip tickets are probably a better idea.

Piazza Navona

by Rhondaj about TUCCI Ristorante-Pizzeria

All of the outside tables that were in the shade were taken, so we went inside. We were given a table right by a large window, so we still had the views of the piazza. We didn't ask, but I could tell that the air conditioning (Yes! I said air conditioning!) was turned on for us. Nice...
Our server was very friendly and the pizza was delicious. A good lunch stop with a nice view. 3 Cheese Pizza- thin, tasty crust!

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Address: Via Delle Antille 49, Roma Lido Aly, Rome, Lazio, 00121, Italy