Villa Spalletti Trivelli

Via Piacenza 4, Rome, Lazio, 00184, Italy
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Looking for accomodation in Rome (near city centre) on a student budget

by RKH88

Hello,
Going to be in Rome at the end of June (around the 24th) and trying to find a place to stay. I am on a student budget, does anyone know a good/clean/cheap place to stay. Any ideas??

Re: Looking for accomodation in Rome (near city centre) on a student budget

by leics

Your best bet is a hostel.

www.hostelworld.com and www.hostelbookers.com list all Rome hostels.

You could also look at www.venere.com, although they don't list all the hostels. Their reviews are useful though.

Alternatively, you could try couchsurfing: www.couchsurfing.com

Re: Looking for accomodation in Rome (near city centre) on a student budget

by sikorka

Hi,
you can try to contact Hostel Des Artistes, it's located close to Termini (5 min walk) and right close to Castro Pretorio Metro station.
The rates are very good.
www.hosteldesartistes.com

Good luck!

Re: Looking for accomodation in Rome (near city centre) on a student budget

by Jeannkelly

Check out Hostel Alessandro Palace

http://www.hostelalessandropalace.com/

I have already recommended this place to a number of backpacker friends and they are all contented with the place.

Travel Tips for Rome

Piazza Argentina

by croisbeauty

Piazza Argentina is one of those squares where you drop even if not intended to. It is one of the key points from where and to many public transportation means leading tourists and visitors of Rome. It was not easy to get taxi in Rome during New Year holidays, but from here it was much easier than from the other places in the city. On the other hand, Piazza Argentina is a must see because of the huge structure of remains from the Roman times, which dominates the whole square.......

Tivoli

by fishandchips

Tivoli, known as Tibur to the ancient Romans, is 32km (20 miles) east of Rome. You can take Metro Line B to Rebibbia station then onto a COTRAL bus. If you have a car you go on Via Tiburtina & it takes about an hour. Tivoli is a lovely Roman hill town and a nice spot to relax in after the race pace of Rome. The two biggest attractions are Hadrians Villa (which is actually a bus ride to get to!) and Villa d'Este which has beautiful gardens to wander around.

While you are here pick up a town map at the Tourist Office and follow the walk through the town that takes you past sights including the Rocca Pia, Roman Amphitheatre, the Romanesque Church of St Sylvester and the Cathedral of St Lawrence (San Lorenzo) with baroque facade and art. A very nice day trip!!

Toddling By Train

by tecqueman

The best way to get the major AND majority of sites to see in Rome is by the metro rail / subway. The cost is relatively cheap even in Euros. Whether you set your self up to go "Point A - Point B" or if you want to buy a card to travel for a day. (End the end an all day pass is the greater deal if you have a lot of places to go). Be prepared to start early!

Of course, as in every major city you travel to in Italy, while at the train station get yourself a detailed map with trains and bus routes included. General map and direction skills come in handy. If in a group designate someone for directions and someone for asking for directions, then combine! It may seem pricey but its well worth the information and makes a great keepsake and souvenir.

Pictures Ive included are of the Colosseum, Vatican City, the Pantheon, Plaza of the Popes and the Sistine Chapel. All of which are very near major train stops and walking distances from other major locations.

The one downfall would be if at all possible within your budget DO NOT travel on Sundays. The bus which passes the Colosseum goes by quite a few other locations and is a great second option. Unfortunately, it doesn't run on Sundays and it will hamper to ability get around and add time to your overall travel. This in turn will limit your time at locations you may choose to visit.

Perfect Pizza

by AlexandraKnowles about Pizza Re

to me it seemed like a chain restaurant, but it was recommened to us by a local, so we thought we'd check it out. The pizza i had was amazing, very simple no tomato sauce, just smoken salmon, mozzerella, and fresh rocket, it has formed the basis for many a dinner party starter!

Trevi Fountain in the daylight

by ozalp

Do you remember Dolce Vita? Fellini is an idol for me. I first learned Italy from movies, especally his movies. When I've walked in the place where Trevi Fountain is, it seemed smaller than the movie. May be it looses its charm without Fellini's eyes, or with so many people around.

Do not try walking in Trevi. I am not sure the purpose of this lady but I think she was cleaning Trevi. Sounds crazy but I have no other explanation. Also I saw a man walking in Trevi with two big buckets of water and he was wearing an orange uniform.

It was quite difficult to approach Trevi or take a full picture with or without people. It's amazing the crowd around the fountain. How could possibly they all were in that small area!

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Address: Via Piacenza 4, Rome, Lazio, 00184, Italy