Villa Emidia

Via Servilia 8, Rome, 00118, Italy
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Eurostar Train Ticket

by Jen_S

I am having trouble purchasing train tickets on-line at Trenitalia. Is it possible to purchase a ticket for a Eurostar train the same day you wish to travel? (Is it necessary to have a reservation in advance of the day you want to travel?)

Re: Eurostar Train Ticket

by effeti

Yes. EuroStars have mandatory booking of the seat, but you can both book and purchase the ticket even from an automatic machine 5 minutes before the train departs.... If there is still place, of course! (quite easy in 1st class)


Re: Eurostar Train Ticket

by Jen_S

Grazie, Francesco!!

Re: Eurostar Train Ticket

by effeti

Prego! You're welcome!

Re: Eurostar Train Ticket

by kathymof

Is the Trenitalia website rejecting your credit card? We have had some long discussions about that problem. I was hoping it would be fixed by now.

I think you can buy tickets through this site now - either way it is good for planning.

Re: Eurostar Train Ticket

by melissa_j

Just buy it the day of. Really, unless you are going in August in the middle of the day you should be alright. And a note to the wise, if you buy from the electronic dispenser make sure to use the most exact change you have available. Not all machines give you cash back. Some issue credit notes.

Re: Eurostar Train Ticket

by mccalpin

Note that Eurostar and other premium trains in Italy offer the possibility of the Amica fare, which is a 20% discount over the standard fare (these are normally the only fares available to tourists). However, the Amica fare applies only to certain seats (i.e., will sell out), and the tickets must be bought at least the day before.

So while Francesco is quite correct (ciao', Francesco!) that you can walk up at the last minute and get a reservation - as he says, IF there are seats - if you are in Italy a few days in advance of your trip and are confident of your travel plans, then buying the tickets as soon as you get there MAY save you 20% (if seats are available).


Travel Tips for Rome


by Jenniflower

I thought the signage was quite good in Rome. Often in a variety of languages too.

This sign is in EIGHT different languages!

They are catering for the tourists of course.

As a tourist, it is really helpful to have signs written in one's own language, or a language that you have a good chance of understanding.

Il Gesu - perfect example of the Baroque idea

by Chamsa

The importance of the church for Baroque ecclesiastical Catholic architecture must be highlighted especially in the light of the idea of the contra reformation. The mother church of the Jesuits order gives impressive evidence of the splendour of the rich Baroque style.
The edifice was started in 1568 by Giacomo Vignola. After his death in 1573 Giacomo della Porta finished the interiour as well as the facade. In 1584 it was consecrated.
Noticeable is the altar by Andrea Pozzo (1696-1700) with the tomb of Ignazio di Loyola, the founder of the Jesuit order.

Tranvel in Rome from Airport to Civitavecchia Dock

by AndreaGail

I don't have any insight into this question: What is the best (i.e. easiest, cheapest, most reliable, etc,) way to get from Fumicino Airport, outside of Rome, Italy, to the cruiseship docks at Civitavecchia? Please excuse me if I have spelled these names incorrectly! My husband and I are flying into the Rome airport and will be going on a cruise leaving from the dock at Civitavecchia. We land at the airport about 8 a.m. and are not able to board the ship until 1 p.m. at the earliest; sailing time is not until later that evening. So we have plenty of time to travel to the ship. We are just not sure of the best way to do it. We know that we can arrange for a shuttle service through the cruuise line, or through a private shuttle service, but it seems very expensive (nealy $170 for the two of us). Is it advisable to take the train from the airport into Rome and then get another train out to Civitavecchia? It might be cheaper, but it sounds like a lot of time and trouble. If someone could offer advice on this, we would surely appreciate it! Mille grazie!

Wonderful Wine!

by ChartIt about Miscellanea

This is a nice place, with really lovely pasta. We sat outside and enjoyed some of the sunshine, but that isnt what we loved so much! It was Mikki's "Sexy Wine" which is really a strawberry (fragolina) wine that made this place so memerable. My cousin bought a bottle to take home, and I wish I had boughten a bottle or a case of the stuff! I have never had such wonderful strawberry wine, it was dark red like a burgundy and not at all Arbor mist in flavor.

Something exciting

by alemir82

Best €8,50 (w/ student discount) i have ever spent in my entire life. this museum houses a seemingly endless collection of irreplaceable statues, paintings, and frescoes. home of michelangelo's sistine chapel ceiling... the museum leads you on a cruelly suspenseful path, ending with the sistina cappella. got a sore neck from just staring at it for so long, and left the museum crying because it is so indescribably beautiful.


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