Will be travelling to Rome this weekend, will be staying in Hotel La Luna Romana, as travelling with a kid need to buy basic
food items from grocery store, could you please guide nearest Indian grocery store from my hotel
I´ve been planning to have it, is it worth the money ? I want to see Appia Antica and of course all the basic spots Colosseum etc.. Is it wise to buy it in advance (ticketitaly in offering a printed voucher) ? Do I have to change it to a real ticket at every site or do I get a card from the first one I´m visiting ?
We are planning on using a car service to get us to Florence after our cruise docks. ( 3 couples + luggage) the thought behind taking a car over train was to 'see the countryside'. Just wondering if we are crazy to do a car over a train? Train would be faster and less expensive.
I am returning to Rome for the first time since 1985. I recall some of the restaurants we enjoyed in past years and am wondering if they are still as good as in the past. We used to enjoy, Tre Scalini, Cesarina, Girarosto Toscano, San Souci among others. Other restaurant recommendations in that area would also be welcome.
Does anyone know the best and least expensive way to get from Termini Station to Barceló Aran Park? 4 travellers with suitcases. We have a tour starting at this hotel in early October and arrive from Sorrento around noon time. If the option is a taxi, how much would be the approximate cost.
I will be with my family in Rome for about 3 days next September and will like to know if Roma Pass worth the investment. Or if there is any other pass like this one that offer more for the money. Also will like to know how is the bus service and the reliability of the routes. Is it better to buy it in the Internet prior to arrive? Appreciate any comment or hint.
Hi, how are you doing?
Living in a city that has a very nice subway and bus network (Lisbon) I am finding it rather tricky to understand how should be the best way to get to our appartment from the Termini train station.
Our appartment is at Via Monterone.
Can you please help me understanding the best way?
Well, this may seem an unusual question, but... How do locals eat in Rome?
We are a couple traveling, and we would like to understand if it's usual to ask for 2 different main courses and share, and some starters, or if it's not a common habit.
In Portugal we are used to share some starters, then each one us have a separate main course (meat or fish), being unusual to ask for a second dish, finishing just with a desert.
How is it in Rome? Of course one can do as it pleases you and try from the others plate, but I would like to understand the "rules" :)
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