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Just walked by Trastevere and i loved the place, i just thought i could live there easily. The warm colors brings makes the place cosy and familiar. Everyone so nice, we went on a bar that the where offering Proseco at the entrance, drank a...More
The main tourist sites in Rome were awash with people - it was quite difficult to navigate, especially around the Spanish Steps, Trevi Fountain and Pantheon. Half of Italy must have been in Rome in the period between Christmas and New Year.
We were recommended...More
Great place to eat and party! (just don't go during the day). After 8:00 pm (local time) is when the restaurants and pubs start to open. During the day you will find closed buildings and small shops of no interest.
Nice place with tiny walking streets, and a pathway up to the platform from which you can see the whole Rome from above.
Better don't eat in the restaurants on that street though as they are a bit more pricey and rather tourist oriented there....More
Enjoyed making Trastevere our base whilst visiting Rome this trip. There's lots of local colour, great restaurants frequented by the locals and it's close to most sites visitors will want to visit. It's also away from the bustle of other parts of Rome- lovely to...More
Across the Tiber and less touristy than the other side - quintessential quint Roman streets. A little narrower and not as many taller buildings, this is the perfect place for an afternoon stroll and a glass (or bottle) of wine! Great little prosuiterrias and salumerias...More
Rome, a stage city of great cinema scenes, leads us to find a picturesque city where every nook and cranny makes us feel at home. However, we can hardly find such places in a city like Rome, where tourism is king and thousands of tourists...More
Trastevere ("beyond the Tiber") is like a faded postcard, a little worn around the edges but still charming. With its wide-open piazzas, meandering streets, weathered Renaissance buildings, and overgrown personality, it's become an irresistible mecca for visitors. Trastevere is an enclave of entertainment - a rotating set of street performers entertains almost every night, and unforgettable
eateries and bars pepper its piazzas and side streets. For a trip to the past, visit the southern and western flanks of Trastevere for pockets of yesteryear, less traversed areas with a residual 1960s and 70s Roman vibe.
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Yes Trastevere is a great place to stay, especially the areas close to the river where all the restaurants are. From there you could even walk to the city centre and sights - about 20 - 30 minutes and it's quite flat - or... More
Yes Trastevere is a great place to stay, especially the areas close to the river where all the restaurants are. From there you could even walk to the city centre and sights - about 20 - 30 minutes and it's quite flat - or take public transport, or maybe a bit of both. In Trastevere our favourite places were Bar San Calisto for drinks (and ice cream!), and Ai Marmi for pizza.
Hi folks, does someone happen to know where exactly in Trastevere is the house where Sergio Leone lived? I'd like to find it. Also, do you know where is that school he and Ennio Morricone went to? Any other suggestions (apart from Trevi Fountain? :)) ) ? :) Thanks.
September 26, 2010|
There are film people and locations that I associate more with Rome than Sergio Leone or Ennio Morricone. Federico Fellini, for example, who lived a large part of his life on Via Margutta. Or the locations of the film "Roman Holiday", most of which have been identified. Joe Bradley's apartment in the film was also on Via Margutta.
Trastevere Botanical Garden (3 Replies)
Is it open in August?
August 08, 2011|
Am sure you are referring to the Botanical Garden of Rome (University), which is located in Trastevere, as you know a nice area to walk around in. I also believe it is closed all August, but you can call before you try to go over there. The garden is quite large and relaxing to visit (you will find some other reviews of it on T/A.) Was there last Sept. The only downside was it appears there is not enough money to keep all aspects of the gardens themselves in great condition, but there...More
What number do we call to get a licensed Rome cab to FCO? (3 Replies)
We need to get to FCO for our BA flight to London later this week. There is a cab stand near our apartment in Trastevere, but there is not always a cab sitting there. If we need to call, what is the best number? I have found the website for 3570.it radio cabs---is that the best to call? How much time should we allow for the ride to the airport? Flight departs at 11:45 and is scheduled to go from T3. Thanks for your help.
October 12, 2015|
Thank you! That is very helpful. We are counting on that €48 flat fee. Is there a supplement for late night travel? Our daughter's inbound flight was delayed and she will not get to FCO until 22:00 tonight, or later. Will it still be €48 for her?