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3rd Cruise stop Rome, Italy

by luvtrvlg

This would be my 4th time to go to Rome. Love this city! We have seen the great Vatican City, and the whole entire city of Rome. We will be arriving in Citavecchia and would like to learn other places near the port. We have 10 hours in this port and would like to know any recommendation on other places to see aside from Rome. Any info and tip would really be a huge help! Thanks!

Re: 3rd Cruise stop Rome, Italy

by Turtleshell

The Taurine Thermal Baths are a few miles east of Citavecchia.

There are two medieval villages, Allumiere and Tolfa, you may want to visit. They reside on hills, and thus provide a beautiful view. Besides, they are both picturesque.

In Santa Severa, maybe 10 - 15 miles south, is an old castle.

I suspect Ostia Antica, Rome's old harbor is too far away?

Re: 3rd Cruise stop Rome, Italy

by Valentina82

Visit the lovely Tarquinia

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tarquinia

and Castello Orsini-Odescalchi overlooking the fantastic Lake of Bracciano.

You won't regret this choices ;)

Re: 3rd Cruise stop Rome, Italy

by luvtrvlg

Thanks so much for all the info's! Give's me a heads up on what I can research.

Re: 3rd Cruise stop Rome, Italy

by mccalpin

It's funny, but I guess there are more and more people who have done what you have (multiple cruises with a stop in Rome), because this question has been asked several times recently.

Look at http://forum.virtualtourist.com/discussion-431099-1-1-Travel-0-152412-Civitavecchia-discussion.html
for a recent discussion in which several of us advise someone to go to Tarquinia and his report after he got back...

Bill

Re: 3rd Cruise stop Rome, Italy

by luvtrvlg

Bill,
Haven't really had the chance to surf around , but thanks for the advise, I will definitely look at them.

Travel Tips for Rome

FONTANA DI TREVI

This may...

by arkadia

FONTANA DI TREVI

This may not be the most beautiful fountain of Rome but for sure the most famous under the tourists.
The design of the fountain is highly symbolic, with various intelectual connotations. A tall and sober Arch of Triumph (the Palace of Neptune) dominates the scene from on high, with a row of 4 Corinthian columns surmounted by an attic with statues and a balustrade.
The central niche seems to show the commanding figure of Neptune, who with a firm hand guides a chariot drawn by two sea horses, known as the “spirited horse” and the “placid horse”.

Discover Rome on two wheels (not on a Vespa...)

by jverstri

An ideal way to discover Rome, especially on a Sunday, is by bicycle. You can go from the north (with it's Ada Park and Villa Borghese), stroll a bit along the Tiber banks, discover the Trastevere district, and go down all the way to the magnificent Via Appia.
The tourist offices (e.g. at the Termini station) have a special brochure with tracks for bicycles.

Plaza lined with bars and clubs

by CLillard about Campo de' Fiori

This plaza is a good place to go any night of the week. There are always people talking and drinking in the plaza, or in one of the bars/clubs that line the plaza.

We were hanging out at a bar there called "Sloppy Sams". But as soon as you go to that plaza, they will probably be handing you flyers from different places, you can take your pick. Sloppy Sam's has a website, but it is not working right now. According to their flyer, Sloppy Sams is open 365 days per yr. Happy Hr is 4-8 pm Mon-Fri. People dress casual.

Princess Diana's Favourite in Roma

by SabrinaSummerville about Cafe Veneto (Restaurant Abador)

This Argentinian restaurant on the Via Veneto was, we are told, the late Princess Diana's favourite restaurant in Rome. Maybe she never even ate there, but if she did then I can see why!

The restaurant is in two parts. We ate in the conservatory area which is right on the main sidewalk on the Via Veneto. As we ate a parade of liveried horses and riders passed. I have no idea who they were, but everyone stopped to look.

There is another indoor section to this restaurant, across the pavement, on several stories and with a piano bar.

The restaurant was divine - luxurious, silver service, with delectable food. Given that it is Argentinian there is obviously a leaning towards delicious steaks and other South American meats, but every taste was catered for.

Service was crisp and efficient, without being intrusive.

For a really special night out this delightful eatery is to be highly recommended.

Walking Tours

by Plumeria54

Booked walking tours with Angel Tours for myself and teenage daughter. First tour was of the Colesseum & Forum - good information, small group size, good details from guide. Well worth it, especially my daughter would not have listened to me reading from a tour book.

Second tour was of the Vatican with Alex from Angel Tours - she was terrific and really seemed to enjoy providing information to the group. She was informative, interesting, and kept everyone's interest. We took the tour that enabled us to skip the line at the Vatican - that alone was worth the price! Would definitely recommend them. Booked it online through www.angeltoursrome.net

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