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Baby changing facility in Rome ?

by dnaz

Hi !

I'm going to risk being stupid asking a dumb question :-)

But, we are travelling to Rome with our 9-months old baby for the first time and I would like to know if Rome has baby changing facilities i.e. places to change her nappy ? Or can I change her at the toilets ?

Any help to the question will ease a mother's worry about travelling with her baby :)

Thanks !

Re: Baby changing facility in Rome ?

by Yashodara80

Hi!
I lived in Rome for 6 years and I can tell you... good luck! It's not really the best place in the world to visit with a 9 month child, because the city forces you to walk a lot if you want to visit it well, public transportations are not working really good and you can have a hard time to find places to change your daughter. Forget about the majority of public (or restaurant) toilets (too tiny and not really higienic), so the most of the time you'll gave to do it in your hotel room.
...but Rome is still fantastic and I hope you'll enjoy your stay however!

Re: Baby changing facility in Rome ?

by monorailgold

Hello,

I have to agree with the previous poster. For the most part the public restrooms are horribly unclean and not someplace I would consider changing a child. You will be better off taking a stroller and changing the baby in it when you are in the city. Rome is not the most child friendly city but you can find some clean bathrooms if you look. There is one at the McDonalds outside the termini station. There is another one in the Hard Rock cafe on via Veneto. There is usually a clean one behind the colosseum. These bathrooms are usually very clean but I don't know if they have a specific changing table or not, though you could lay a blanket on the floor and change the baby there.

Donna

Travel Tips for Rome

Pantheon

by BarbieGirl

The Pantheon, (from Greek Pantheion, meaning "Temple of all the Gods") is a building in Rome which was originally built as a temple to the seven deities of the seven planets in the state religion of Ancient Rome, but which has been a Christian church since the 7th century. It is the best-preserved of all Roman buildings and the oldest important building in the world with its original roof intact. It has been in continuous use throughout its history. Although the identity of the Pantheon's primary architect remains uncertain, it is largely assigned to Apollodorus of Damascus.

Janiculum Park

by sandysmith

The square on the top of Janiculum Hill and the avenue (passeggiata) going throughout all the Hill were formed in 1885-1887 on the territory of the ex Parco Corsini. Numerous busts of the volunteers who took part in the defense of Rome stand along the road, making a pleasant walk to the square.

Buses...

by RachelSmith

Buy a one day travel pass at a tabaconnists... it cost about E4.50. We bought one on day one, and it wasn't validated at all... so we used it for all 3 days. But don't blame me if you get caught out!!!

A GOOD TASTE OF EVERYTHING

by STEFZAMM about AL VERO GIRARROSTO TOSCANO

Girrarosto Toscano Restaurant, is one of the most famous Tuscan Restaurants in Rome. First class restaurant, located at the end of Via Veneto, just in front of Borghese Gardens. Famous for the fabulous Antipasti Toscani, fresh home made pasta, the best grilled meat in Rome, fresh fish from the Adriatic sea every day. The choice of a restaurant can be wrong or right. But coming down the steps of the Girrarosto Toscano, which highlights Florentine cusine, you will know you?ve chosen well. There before you are all the fresh pastas, Parma hams, pork sausages, the wild mushrooms, the baskets of fruits, a glowing charcoal fireplace stacked with steak, veal and baby lamb chops, teasing you with provocative aromas. The restaurant is open all year round. Air conditioning, table reservations are advisable and credit cards are accepted. No favourite dish in particular, for this must be the only restaurant where I have tasted most of the food in one dinner. We tasted more than 30 different plates of food and everything was delicious.

I am sure you will not miss this!!

by abarbieri

Get the tickets at the entrance of the Palatine Hill located on Via di San Gregorio, very close to the Colosseum itself.

There is also another ticket office in the middle of Via dei Fori Imperiali, on your right hand side going from Piazza Venezia towards the Colosseum. This would actually be the entrance to the Roman Forum.

With the same ticket(9 euro + another 3 euro for exhibition cost if taking place) you visit Palatine Hill, Roman Forum and Colosseum. It opens always at 8.30am but the closing time varies during the year.

It will be closed on the following days:
December 25th
January 1st
May 1st

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