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Papal Jubilee Segway Tour in Rome
"Start at Piazza del Gesù and get to grips with your Segway an electric self-balancing scooter. After a practice session you’ll cruise behind your guide in the direction of Vatican City. Listen to your guide as you go to learn about Rome the Catholic Church and the 2016 Papal Jubilee.Pass Campo Marzio to admire its many churches — St Louis of the French Sant’Agnese in Agone Santa Maria della Pace and the Basilica of St Augustine to name a few — and cross the river to Castel Sant’Angelo. From the popes’ ancient escape route of Borgo Pio
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Electric Bicycle Small Group Tour - Regina Viarum Appian Way
"Tour the Appia Antica/Regina Viarum by electric bike - cycling on Via Giulia and around the Colosseum up the Celio Hill and along Terme di Caracalla you will arrive at Appia Antica or Regina Viarum road and travel on it toward San Callisto Catacombs area Massenzio Villa area and Cecilia Metella Mausoleum. After a stop for a drink or a coffee move on to Parco della Caffarella to see Egeria Nymphaeum Annia Regilla Tomb and enjoy one of the most beautiful parks in Rome. Then you will go back to the Piazza Navona area riding through Circo Massimo and the Jewish Ghetto. E-bike rental and audio-receivers to hear the tour leader are included in the to
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Independent Rome Day Trip from Florence by High-Speed Train
"Rome wasn’t built in a day but you can see a lot of this ancient city in one day. Don’t believe it? Try it. This full-day from Florence is a highlight reel of world-changing historical events sites and monuments. Meet the tour agent at the Florence train station to pick up your train tickets and your bus tour passes and then get escorted to the train. After the high-speed train ride to Rome board the hop-on hop-off tour bus. Spend the whole day on the tour getting off where you please and choosing when to break for lunch (own expense). Some of the sites you’ll have the option to further explore via the hop-on hop-off bus include: • The Colosseum where gladiators famously fought against each and against exotic beasts
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Antica Taverna Tips (3)

Antica Taverna (Al. Ba)

Updated July 2012, original review written March 2008.This ristorante/pizzeria is a good find: nothing special inside, just checked tablecloths and a pleasant atmosphere. It's used by locals (it gets...
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leics
Jan 05, 2015

Ristorante Antica Taverna

We were wondering on the other side of the Tevere river opposite of where Castel Sant'Angelo is and we got kind of lost in a maze of tiny streets. It was past lunch time and we were wet for the rain...
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oriettaIT
Feb 20, 2011

Antica Taverna

good roman food (we had pizza and pasta), decent ambience, cute ristorante tucked into a corner near pizzeria da baffeto. was nice to find at least one place not dominated by tourists! also, they...
carl517
Apr 21, 2008
 
 
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Chiesa Nuova – Santa Maria In Vallicella

Yallicella is reference to a depression which excisted at the time of Ancient Rome. The depression was still noticeable in the 12th century when the church was built and it was almost buried in the...
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Via dei Coronari

One of my favourite streets in Rome, via dei Coronari runs straight from just north of Piazza Navona to just south of Ponte Sant'Angelo. It was created in 1475 AD by Pope Sisto IV to provide pilgrims...
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Ponte Sant' Angelo

Reaching the Ponte Sant' Angelo was definitely the highlight of our walk to Castel Sant'Angelo. The bridge was originally built c. 135 AD in order to connect the Campus Martius with his mausoleum...
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Chiesa San Giovanni Battista dei Fiorentini

The Saint Giovanni of Fiorentini Church (Chiesa Giovanni Fiorentini( is one of the many Churches along the Ponte Rione (District) of Rome and lies near the banks of the Tiber River along the...
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Pasquino Statue

What the barbarians did not do, the Barberini did. ~message left on Pasquino, one of the talking statues of Rome Just around the corner from the Piazza Navona is the small Piazza di Pasquino, home...
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Fountains at Piazza Navona

One of Piazza Navona's highlights must be its fountains. The central fountain is Fontana dei Quattro Fiumi and the other fountains are Fontana del Moro and Fontana del Nettuno. Fontana dei Quattro...
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Getting to Antica Taverna

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Via di Monte Giordano, 12, 00186 Roma

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  • Sunday 12:00 to 00:00
  • Monday 12:00 to 00:00
  • Tuesday 12:00 to 00:00
  • Wednesday 12:00 to 00:00
  • Thursday 12:00 to 00:00
  • Friday 12:00 to 00:00
  • Saturday 12:00 to 00:00

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