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Reputable Limo company in Rome, Italy

by cindytravel

I am travelling to Rome in Apri and am looking to book a company that will pick us up at the pier and give us a tour of Rome and/or the Vatican. I have visited several web sites - but am not sure how reputable they are. Could someone suggest a limo service that would meet our needs - be reasonably priced and reputable.


Re: Reputable Limo company in Rome, Italy

by leics

It would be a good idea to re-post your question in the Rome and Civitavecchia forums. Those who have travelled to Rome (and/or used limo services) are less likely to look at the San Diego forum.

Your ship will certainly dock at Civitavecchia, which is quite some distance from Rome. I cannot recommend specific limo services, as I would far prefer to travel independently (entirely feasible, by the way) but I doubt that any you come across online will be 'disreputable' (or much cheaper than any other).

Re: Reputable Limo company in Rome, Italy

by YVRDave

I would recommend Sacca Tours

Re: Reputable Limo company in Rome, Italy

by travelgourmet

My wife and I were given Romolimo as a great service by a fellow VTer. I must say that Sandro (co owner and driver) was a real find for us. This company also has cars with driver as well as vans with driver. Different price ranges for the types of vehicles. I have a Rome transportation tip for them at

I also have their website :

If you contact them, tell them "hello" from VTer Travelgourmet (Larry & Sue) from California.

Re: Reputable Limo company in Rome, Italy

by BuonViaggio

Claudio Caponera
My husband and I along with another couple used this service last year and had an absolutely wonderful time. Our driver was Fabrizio, he was knowledgeable and funny and his english is excellent. They will customize a tour for you if you want something specific (recommended) or give you a "Rome Highlight" package if you want to leave it all to them. Have a great trip.

Re: Reputable Limo company in Rome, Italy

by aaron.w

Try I used it and was great and affordable prices.

Re: Reputable Limo company in Rome, Italy

by travelgourmet

aaron.W, I see you are fairly new to VT. It is great to see you want to get involved with the Travel Forum, but please check the OP question date of entry and date of travel. Many of us have made the same date error. The entry was Dec. 23, 2008 and the question states travelling to Rome in April. That would be, in my humble opinion, April, 2009 or even April 2010 at the latest. This is June 28, 2010. Just a little late for the OP. This will also help everyone who did answer the post who might have even forgotten the asked question and now see that someone has answered an "old" question. Best wishes for great travels.

Re: Reputable Limo company in Rome, Italy

by aaron.w

Sorry, is it possible to close this old post!

Re: Reputable Limo company in Rome, Italy

by leics

Welcome to VT.

There is no way to close this thread, and no reason to do so anyway, imo. VT threads do not close, as they may be of use to future readers. They often turn up on google searches and lead people to this excellent site.

As travelgournet suggested, it is always best to look at the date of any post before replying.....and also to read previous replies.

Re: Reputable Limo company in Rome, Italy

by aaron.w

Ok, but when I said "Close the topic" I meant just close the comment and leave the page for google search, but if is not possible is ok.

Re: Reputable Limo company in Rome, Italy

by leics

No, that is not how VT works. Threads remain 'open'.

So it's always best to check the date before posting a reply (and easy to do so).

Travel Tips for San Diego

A christian church, with a...

by shivan

A christian church, with a gorgeous car parked. Maybe a marriage...

The old town is not an active part of San Diego, actually. Along the beautiful road that brings you inside San Diego coming from north, seaside, you'll pass through a "regular" downtown, american style, with skyscrapers and offices.

Go to the beach and enjoy the...

by brucegt

Go to the beach and enjoy the fresh ocean breeze. I have been to San Diego on many trips, but the best time is during the off summer months. You will have more time to relax and not have to deal with the crowd and the traffic.

Which Trolley?

by lmkluque

The San Diego Trolley or Old Town Trolley Tours? The confusion comes in because both the SD Trolley and Old Town Trolley Tours have a stop at Old Town and they are both called "Trolley."

San Diego's public transportation system includes a three line trolley. The BLUE LINE runs approx. north/south from the San Diego Mission de Alcala to the Tijuana border and the ORANGE LINE runs approx. east/west from the 12th Street terminal downtown to Gilespie Field in El Cajon. On 10 July 2005 the GREEN LINE will open. Mission Valley East (MVE) trolley line extension from Old Town Transit Center to Santee Town Center will have stops at San Diego State University, (SDSU) Grantville Station, Alvarado Hospital Medical Center Station and a 70th Street Station.

This is locally called the "Little Red Trolley" and runs on a track through the county of San Diego.

San Diego Trolley Map.

The "other" trolley is the Old Town Trolley Tours, it is a bus and not part of the public transportation system. It is a tour service and for about $25.00 you can board at any of the eight stops for a narrated tour. There are on and off privileges which can serve as a form of transportation to some of the most popular tourist spots for those not using a car to get around.

For more detailed information check out this web address:

Old Town Trolley Tours

What is a downtown?

by matcrazy1

American cities I visited including San Diego look quite different than old European ones and they don't have a city center (centre), they have a downtown - usually it's located really down but not always hehe.

Don't look for numerous lovely, picturesque, small streets (usually closed to traffic) full of small shops oops... stores, cafes, restaurants with tables outside and with lovely yards.
Look for high buildings (skyscrapers), a few streets with buildings not quite as tall full of restaurants of various kinds (mainly American and Spanish/Mexican) located one by one (Gaslamp Quarter) plus shopping mall somewhere close (Horton Plaza). It's just an American typical downtown - small in area but big in height usually.

Maybe it's more practical (like most things in the USA) but does it look more beautiful? I don't think so.

Where were they born?

by matcrazy1

It seems that like in many other USA cities there are many newcomers living in San Diego including people coming from abroad.

Why do people move to San Diego? (job, beautiful area, weather) Why not more? (high costs of housing, high taxes?)

Reffering to official dates 21.5% of San Diego County citizens were born outside USA (in the whole California it's even more: 26.2% - SURPRISED?).



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