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Forum Posts

area near Trastevere Station

by scussac

We have found a B&B near the Travstevere Train Station but I'm worried that we might be too far away from the tourist sites. We are a bit South from the nice Trastevere aera mentioned on the forums. Is this part of Trastevere OK? How easy is it to walk to Colosseum or to access public transport? Are there any nice restaurants nearby?
Thanks

Re: area near Trastevere Station

by dino335

That area is called Monteverde Vecchio, at least the area to the North of the Station. You can search on the name for more info -- it's about three miles from the Coloseum. There are public transport options includng the number 8 Tram which goes north through Trastevere across the rive to Largo Argentina and Number 3 Tram that connects to the blue metro line which you can take to the Coleseum. I don't really know that area but seems to be a fairly nice residential area.

Re: area near Trastevere Station

by Roadquill

As mentioned you can take the tram to P. Argentina. Worse case is that you spend 10 euro for a taxi ride to the Forum / Colo, etc. There are great restaurants all over Rome. As you get closer to the river, there are many very fun places. Very youthful crowd. Karl

Re: area near Trastevere Station

by sharonmannon

Hi,
If you have not yet booked the B&B I want to suggest a very nice guesthouse, situated few meters away from Isola Tiberina, in the heart of Trastevere and close to Campo di Fiori, Navonna, the ghetto, St. Peter and the Vatican. The name of the property is wrh Trastevere, is a very friendly & cool guesthouse with impressive reviews on TA. You can find it on google, searching for WRH Trastevere.
Enjoy

sha

Travel Tips for Rome

San Giovanni

by Angelinka

Ufficialmente master et caput di tutte le chiese di roma e nel mondo, per i cattolici è la basilica più importante da visitare dopo S Pietro.

Officially master et caput of all the churches of rome and in the world, for catholics it's the most important basilica to visit just second to ST. Peter

Cerveteri

by fishandchips

The Necropolis of Cerveteri is an amazing place to visit. Cerveteri is often called a "city of the dead." There are an abundance of tombs in this place and the tombs are like rooms in Etruscan homes. The main burial ground is the Necropolis of Banditacca with Tomba Bella (the Reliefs' Tomb) one of the best to see. Paintings of everything from kitchen utencils to family pets are on the walls. The necropolis is open daily from 8:30am to 1 hour before sunset. Admission is 4€.

Nightlife in Rome!

by jjkent

The "hotspots" for tourists and travelers are in the Campo di Fioro and Trastevere districts. There's something here for everyone, though you may have to ask someone where the good spots are. Don't be afraid to do just that! A couple of well-placed questions led us to KAOS, a small club in Trastevere where we had a very fun night!!! Young American tourists might find some comfort at The Drunken Ship in Campo di Fioro (see picture), which seems to be a popular place for American students.

A VERY SPECIAL RESTAURANT

by DAO about AFRODITA

*** SELECTED FOR THE VT TRAVEL GUIDE ! ***

Rome is full of good restaurants. This is a GREAT restaurant, a very special place that is worth finding. I just happened to be looking backward down a side street on my way to Trevi Fountain when I discovered the best Restaurant I have ever eaten at in Rome. As you descend the multitude of stairs you can’t but admire the contemporary artist work on almost every wall. It is part Pompei, part Roman Villa and it all works. The main dining room is an intimate place and the staff make you feel like you are sharing a secret. Even the vinegar was a vintage and the wines fantastic. Dinner was well prepared and well presented. Even the toilets are fascinating. Want a romantic dinner in Rome? Make sure this restaurant is on your travel list.

Emiliano and Roberto, the owners, have done a fantastic job! A thick fillet steak with pepercorn sauce and a nice bottle of red wine! And have some vinegar with your salad. It is a bottle of vintage vinegar that would cost $100 a bottle in shops. All the ingredients in every dish are the finest available.

ENJOY!!!!

Colosseum

by bip_231

You can't visit Rome without visiting the Colosseum! The day we visited, they were letting visitors in for free, which was a nice surprise. Apparently they only do this on 2 days through the year, so we were really lucky.

Because we got in for nothing, we decided to get an audioguide, which is available inside the colosseum, which gives some information about the history and structure of the building. One thing I will say is that make sure you have the correct change (€3.50) for the audioguide, as no change is given. You'll also need to leave some ID, like a passport or drivers license.

The audioguide gave some information, but beware, there are very little information boards inside the structure, so you either go with a guidebook, or the audioguide. It is worth seeing though, and makes a trip to Rome complete!

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