Vivaldi Luxury Rooms

Via dei Greci, 23, Rome, 00187, Italy
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  • Couples95
  • Solo100
  • Business100

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Forum Posts

Day trip from Rome to Pietrelcina

by wherethesunis

Does anyone have any idea how much it would cost to hire a driver to go from Rome to Pietrelcina? I was hoping to hire someone to drive my family there for the day then back to Rome.

Re: Day trip from Rome to Pietrelcina

by domenicococozza

I hope you have deep pockets - Pietrelcina is near Benevento, approximately 240 kms from Rome. With a bit of running around in a car, you've effectively got a 500 km round trip.
There are dedicated car service in Rome, who I'm sure will acomodate you but you're not gonna get much change out of 500 euros for the day.
Check out:http://www.limoservicesrome.com/
Two alternatives would be to go by train or rent a car for the day.
For train schedules and prices, take a look at http://orario/trenitalia.com/b2c/Timetable?
Cars are available for hire in Rome and at either of the airports.

Travel Tips for Rome

Safest way to cross the street

by etruscangirl

The safest way I found to cross the street in Rome was to follow the nuns. Especially near the Vatican, flocks of nuns are everywhere, and seem to have a heavenly force field which causes otherwise maniacal Roman drivers to yield to them. If you can find a group about to cross, follow closely behind them! Make sure to stay close enough to be in the nun safety zone, but not so close as to be creepy.

Charming buildings

by Sarita76

Rome is full of wonderful places and, apart from the most famous ones, you can find interesting and stunning things to see in lots of other places. Take a look at this building, named "Ufficio Tecnico di Finanza" and located in via Quattro Cantoni, near Santa Maria Maggiore Church. Isn't it beautiful?

Getting around town

by Callavetta

Rome is a very walkable city. But even given the proximity of the sites most people will want to see, there are a lot of stairs, and a lot of cobbles and eventually your feet are going to complain.

So when you need a break........

This little train stops at all the popular tourist sites.

Where to go for Breakfast

by Monkey32 about Angelino Ai Fori

This is where I went for breakfast. It's right below the Michelangelo Palace Hostel, and in fact if you stay at the hostel you get your complimentary breakfast here. Their capuccinos are excellent and pastries are sweet. Located on a side streat of the busy Nazionale street. Capuccinos which jump started my day.

Colosseo

by jag17

We were asked to join a tour just minutes after arriving outside the Colosseum. We were glad we did. Besides being able to bypass the long line, we were able to have a knowledgeable guide. Inaugurated by Titus in A.D. 80, it opened with a bloody combat between gladiators and beasts. In addition to the gory battles of the animals, they also held naval battles. Defeated gladiators might have their lives spared if they put up a good fight.

At one time, the colosseum could seat 50,000 people, and had 3 levels. Over time the marble facing was stripped away, and used to build palaces and churches.

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Address: Via dei Greci, 23, Rome, 00187, Italy