Villa Delle Rose Hotel

2.5 out of 5 stars2.5 Stars

Via Vicenza 5, Rome, Lazio, 00185, Italy
Villa Delle Rose Hotel
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Costs 22% more than similarly rated 2.5 star hotels

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Rome to Frascati

by blueprintDU

I'm planning to take a one day trip from Rome to Frasacati in the middle of March, within the week. My hotel is located at Termine station. How to get to Frascati (Train, Bus - Tipps) ? Waht to do in Frascati ? where to "eat" in Frascati ?

Re: Rome to Frascati

by leics

Dead easy.

Train times, details and fares in English here:

Train takes about half an hour, costs 1.90 euro. Frequent departures (roughly every hour).

No need to buy tickets in advance. Ticket machines are easy to use (you will need a chipped card or coins) and have English language options.

Remember to validate (date-stamp) your ticket before boarding, using the yellow machines on the platform. There are one-the-spot fines for non-validation and they do check.

Same thing applies about vlaidation for bus/tram/Metro tickets by the way. Yellow machines are in buses and trams, and outside Metro entrances (just before the entrance gates inside the foyers).

For info about what to do and where to eat look at the Vt Frascati pages. Use the searchbox to right of this page to find it. All written by Vt locals and visitors (I haven't been there yet).

Re: Rome to Frascati

by mccalpin

As J says "dead easy", perhaps not the most propitious way of phrasing it ;-)

OK, you're at Termini, you buy the ticket for the commuter train as J says, and you go to Frascati. Have your camera available on the ride - on the right side going out to Frascati (assuming my memory is correct) is a long segment of one of the aqueducts that brought water to ancient Rome.

When you arrive in Frascati, the train station is sort of just in a depression or down a hill, so walk up to street level from there. We walked around at random - I have photos but have never scanned them :-( .

We ate at a restaurant somewhat north of the station, in the area along the railroad tracks (on the east side - see ). On the map (especially the satellite view), you'll see a large parking lot just east of the station - there is a long sloping hill away to the south east that looked like some villa with gardens...

hahaha, you know, we really didn't know what we were doing...we just went up to Frascati to have lunch...maybe you'll be better prepared ;-)...

Oh, since this is a commuter line, the trains won't be crowded, since you're going the opposite direction from the commuters (our trains were virtually empty)...

And if you drink wine, when you have lunch, order something like a quarter liter or half liter of the house white wine. With luck, you'll see what we saw: a straw-colored wine that had never seen the inside of a bottle, and which was somehow thicker than usual...they saw that great Frascati doesn't even make the trip to Rome without changing...they're right...the Frasacti we see overseas is usually the pale white wine without a lot of character...but the homegrown stuff was a lot different...


Re: Rome to Frascati

by aaron.w

I made a search on the web and Frascati is a small town (and make wines) anyway I found that you need to take the red subway till the end at Anagnina and then take a bus to frascati.

Good Luck!

Travel Tips for Rome


by grift71

The centre of Rome is very compact. You can easily walk from one main sight to the next and so on and so on. Of course, before you'll know it, you'll be exhausted anyway, but still... at least you saw one million buildings, fountains, squares, and streets that normally you wouldn't have seen.

Rome is a city that you need to take the time for to really enjoy. Breathe in its atmosphere, walk around, learn to find your way without a map, zig zag instead of going straight for your goal. Walk, walk, walk!

You'll be amazed how you see excavations from the Roman empire, medieval squares, buildings from the renaissance era, marvelous 17th century buildings all blended into one compact city centre. Rome is all it promises to be and more All those summers roaming the streets, eating delicious icecream, finding my way in the city. The entire atmosphere...

Villa Borghese is the most...

by AndreasK

Villa Borghese is the most famous villa in Rome built by Cardinal Scipione Borghese early in the 17th century. At the beginning of the 19th century Prince Camillo Borghese set up the art collection in the casino which today is where the gallery and the Borghese museum stand. Currently, the gallery hosts a foto exhibition showing Marylin Monroe (see my travelogue for a picture of the exhibition). There is also the Garden of the Lake, thus called because it stretches around an artificial lake and a small temple dedicated to Aesculapius on an islet in the middle of the lake. The best known entrances to the park are: Piazzale Flaminio, Porta Pinciana, the Pincio Gardens, Viale Belle Arti next to the Modern Art National Gallery. The villa also hosts the zoo, set up in 1911.

Never Pay the Full Price!

by Kaazmar666 about Souvenirs (General)

Souvenir shops are set up outside all around the big sites. Most of the stuff they sell at souvenir shops is pretty junkie, but if you like something, get it. Remember, though, many of these souvenir vendors have pricetags that are RIDICULOUS. I bought a small replication of the Pieta for my grandmother. The price tag said 85 Euro...EIGHTY FIVE EURO! I got it for 15 and still think I should have gone down to 10. Act interested but poor. Keep saying the price just doesn't fit your budget. When they say they won't go any lower, start to walk away. They'll go lower. Remember, when it comes to this little souvenir places: NEVER PAY WHAT SEEMS LIKE A RIDICULOUS AMOUNT OF MONEY!!!

Piazza Venezia,ora e sempre

by Tunda_F

This could be happened one hundred years ago...horses all over the Rome,and the smell of their needs istead of....well,today I was talking with a couple of tourists from London,and at the classic question:do you like Rome?.."it's caotic" it's been the answer,but even if this is true,Rome isn't different from other modern cities.But the problem is that Rome ,like many other italian cities, wasn't born in order to be used by masses of people and cars,so there are not the right structure,the roads are almost the same from centuries,a good metro line couldn't be build here......

This is heaven for cheese and wine lovers!!

by abarbieri about Antico Forno Roscioli

The Roscioli Family is very well known in the area for the bakery shop they have around the corner, but they did a very good job here.
Relaxed atmosphere, soft lighting,great selection of italian cheese and very good wine bottles.Here you can also buy food to take away: Ham,Cheese,Salami, Olives and many italian specialities. When I am not in a rush and I found myself in this area, I like to sit down at one of their little table, sip a glass of red Lazio wine, eat some local bread and cheese and read a book.


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Address: Via Vicenza 5, Rome, Lazio, 00185, Italy