Trinity Bed & Breakfast

Via Emanuele Filiberto 109, Rome, 00185, Italy
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  • Solo80
  • Business66

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Hotel near airport

by Karlie85

Looks like we're going to need a hotel near the airport. Any good suggestions?

Re: Hotel near airport

by nicolaitan

There is a Hilton attached to the airport by a covered overhead walkway but it is expensive and gets at best mixed reviews - it does have a captive audience. Why not spend the last night in Rome and get up an hour earlier and take either the train or the taxi ( fixed rate ) directly to the airport instead?

Re: Hotel near airport

by Billy16

There are two airports in Rome, Fiumicino and Ciampino, just make sure your hotel is next to the correct one.


Re: Hotel near airport

by Roadquill

You can walk to the Hilton. Every other place near the airport requires a car. I was able to get them to reduce the rate to what the Marriot charged by politely begging and groveling.

Re: Hotel near airport

by Yashodara80

As I told you, there is a Hilton and a Marriot near the airport. But you are leaving at 12.30, which means that if you have your seats already reserved you can be at the airport between 10.30 and 11.00.
So I suggest to sleep in Rome, around Termini station, and enjoy the last evening in Rome with a typical dinner and a walk in the centre.
Some hotels around Termini are really disgusting, but there is also nice places. I can give you some names if you need, I used to work in a tour operator in Rome.

Re: Hotel near airport

by Karlie85

Oops, yes, our airport is Fiumicino . Also, side question, how long does it take to get from Rome to that airport?

Re: Hotel near airport

by Roadquill

You should figure 30 minutes from the airport to Rome Center, using either the Leonardo Express (train) or taxi. Although I have never had a bad experience, sometimes there is a great deal of traffic on the highway to the airport, especially if you are traveling during rush hour. You would have to allow additional time. Fortunately it is a set price for taxis to and from the airport, no matter how long it takes. Karl

Travel Tips for Rome

There are lots to do in Rome -...

by Audrey118

There are lots to do in Rome - it is important to take your time to absorb the beauty of Rome.

From the centre of Rome, you acn virtually walk to almost anywhere in the Eternal City but you cannot do it all in a day.

There are many themes you can follow to visit Rome -

being a Catholic I was impressed by the idea of Church (Basilica) walk which the tourism kiosk called as The Four Patriarchal Basilicas ie, Basilica S Pietro, Basilica di S Giovanni, Basilica S Maria Maggiore and Basilica Di S Paolo.

Or if you are an Puccini opera fan, you could also do the Tosca walk - it is so amazing - you walk from like Cesare Angelotti escaping from Castle S Angelo
across the Angel Bridge and to Via Santo Spirito, Via dei Banchi Nuovi to Chiesa Nuova along via Governo Vecchio to Museo d Roma to P Navona till you reach Basilica S Andrea della Valle - you cannot miss this -and then to Farnese Palace (the French Embassy now)

Or you could see the many obelisks in Rome -
At the end of 16th Century, the great Sixtus V was definitely an obelisk freak - you could check out the prime obelisk in Piazza S Peitro, to the Piazza San Giovanni to the Trinita dei Monti at the top of the Spanish step and then Piazza Quirinale (palace) and then Piazza del Popolo.

Or you could spend a day at Vatican City - we walked for 8 hours to cover the basilica and the musuem.

Or you could walk from Pantheon to everywhere!!!

But you must also sit down at a side walk cafe and enjoy a cuppa to simply idle time away, or watch people walk by, read a book - or be crazy me - go hunt down all the gelato bars!!!

Empty Spanish Steps

by nicolettart

Every picture you have ever seen of the Spanish Steps has people crowded onto the steps, right? On a cloudy day in November, I counted less than 5 people. It was so unexpected, that I questioned whether or not we were in the right place!

P.S. Look for an upcoming photo of this phenomena.

Metropolitana di ROMA

by Dutch1980

Rome's Metro (subway) system is very useful and quite safe as long as you are alert. Alhough the bus network is extensive and the buses run frequentley.(crowded)
But the Metro is the easiest way to travel around.

It's quite safe in Rome but be careful of Pickpockets on crowded metro's or buses.
Carry documents and money in a secure bag or in front of you. Always keep an eye on where other people's hands are.

The Metro system has just two lines, A and B, witch cross at Termini.
You have still to walk to some of the famous sight seeing in Rome. Thats because there is still a lot of ancient Rome beneath the modern city, that they can't dig a tunnel through 2000 old years ol brick walls, mosaic pavements and marble colomns. You can see some evidence of this in the Republicca and Termini Stations.


Spanisch Steps ===> Line A : Spagna (from here walk to the trevi fountain)
Vatican Museum ===> Line A : Cipro/ Musei Vaticani
ST.Peter's Bassilica ===> Line A : Ottaviano
Colosseum ===> Line B : Colosseo




I mean, if you're in Italy then you've got to eat pizza. They're great!!! There are lots of pizza shops around the city, but I found this one, near Via del Corso and Via Condoti the best one. If I could only remember the name and address... The four-cheese pizza or the pepperoni pizza are the best. But you can also try a Margarita, which helps if you don't know what to choose.

The Pantheon Pt 1

by Intrepidduck

The epicentre of Rome could be said to be the Pantheon. This is indeed my favourite architectural landmark in the Eternal city. It's a building shrouded in alot of mystery which also never fails to surprise building engineers and architects. It's poured concrete half-spherical dome is supported without the use of the more common structural features - ie vaults, arches or ribs.


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Address: Via Emanuele Filiberto 109, Rome, 00185, Italy