Sonya Suite

via Firenze, 11, Rome, 00184, Italy
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St. Angel Castle Rome

by hillsterhippo

Is there any admission fee to enter this attraction?

Re: St. Angel Castle Rome

by Kathrin_E

Yes. I don't remember the exact amount, though.

Re: St. Angel Castle Rome

by leics

Do you mean Castel Sant'angelo?

Yes. 5 euro, I believe (may be more, did not go last time I was in Rome)

Open Tuesday-Sunday 9:00am-7pm. (in Italian).

Re: St. Angel Castle Rome

by azz8206

I believe the admission is 6.50 euros pp.

Re: St. Angel Castle Rome

by mccalpin

I have been reviewing the site that J (leics) gave, because it's odd that a Roman museum would have its own (name).com website...but it turns out to be the official one, as you can see from the Ministry's website at .

After reviewing these website, it turns out that the answer for the admission is "it depends". J is right that the base admission (as the website says) is 5 euro full fare (with discounts based on age and nationality), but when there are special displays there, they may increase the entrance price.

For example, the current show there is "The She-Wolf and the Sphinx" which is a special exhibition on the relationship of Rome and Egypt over the centuries. This exhibition runs until November, and the full entrance fee is 8.50 euro.

It is not clear to me if it's possible to buy a 5 euro ticket just to the museum without access to the special exhibition - but it's clear that you have to buy the integrated ticket (both museum and exhibit) if you buy online.

Anyway, the answer to "is there any admission fee" is "yes"...even though I seem to recall in the recesses of my brain aged brain that you used to be able to walk in and around the ground floor and the battlements for free and were only charged to enter the old museum itself (medieval arms) on the upper floors....but that was a looooong time ago...


Re: St. Angel Castle Rome

by leics

That clears something up, Bill, because I'd seen other sites quoting varying entrance fees and was confused.

That's why I ferretted out the official site via beniculturali (although my Italian is not good enough to cope with all the detail). Special exhibitions certainly explain the variation.

Travel Tips for Rome

So I guess you are going to go to The Square.

by unravelau

Although in Italy nearly 5 months in 1998, I didn't make it to St Peter';s Square and in 2001 I almost missed it again.......How come?

Well on the first occasion that I got to that part of Rome I was overtaken by an urge to visit Castel S Angelo...........which after all is just down the street. Well why didn't I go then......well it was because I spent so much time in the Castle that in order to catch the last bus in Formia, I needed to catch a specific train to connect. I was absolutely dumb founded at the first sight of S Peters and probably didn't do the area photographic justice, but anyway.................

Knights of Malta Keyhole

by melissa_bel

Up on the Aventine hill above the forum, there is a nice walk to do… first visit the church of Sant' Anselmo with its lovely courtyard. Pass the Santa Sabina Church. Soon, you will see a building with a green door. This is the retreat of the Knights of Malta . The door is seldom open but you will surely notice some people peeping through a hole. They are not being too curious or impolite, they are just having one of Rome’s best view of St-Peter’s. I won’t say much about it, you’ll have to discover for yourself but to me, it’s one of Rome’s little treasure.

Gerat later evening spot

by Paisleypaul about Bar Gelateria Il Faraone

The area of Monti and its focal point the Piazza Madonna dei Monti with its fontana is near the Colloseum and National Monument but is refreshingly, not to say surprisingly, local in clientele.

I am aware that for many this is not what they are looking for in a "Nightlife" tip - try Testaccio - but this is a wonderfully understated square, with another two bars on the piazza, central yet quiet. There are pasta and lasagne dishes and a whole lot more for about Eu7, although we stuck to bottled Moretti beer and white Chardonnay. Great for people watching, this was around the corner from our hotel, and if you stay at the Grifo you should pay it a visit. Totally relaxed but stylish anyway - these are Gente di Roma!


by Willettsworld

If you fancy a break from Italian food then there's an unofficial Chinatown area in Rome just south of the Termini train station in an area called Esquilino in the district between Termini Station and Piazza Vittorio. Not only can you find Chinese restaurants (like this one I found) but also Korean, Vietnamese and Thai.

enjoy trevi fountain safely

by trevifountain2007

The amazing fountain will be crowded almost evey day/night of the year and it will be nice also to spend the year eve night over there. the usual trown of coin is a must once you be in rome and cannot be avoided for any reason..a small coin as a 1 cent coin will make the wish come true anyway..but also is importan to be aware of something in there..
A good advice i care to give is about the trevi fountain.. especially if you are a girl/woman ..there is just a man should be avoided.. read more on the website
that's safe now!!


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Address: via Firenze, 11, Rome, 00184, Italy