Bowling Alleys in Rome

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Bowling Alleys in Rome

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  • Benoit10
    Luxembourg City, Luxembourg50 contributions
    Bowling Brunswick is a nice place both for bowling but also for kids with their outside facilities: a nice mini golf, mini soccer camp, etc

    Prices are reasonable, easy parking with their own parking.

    The restaurant is average but with very reasonable prices.
    Written May 17, 2017
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  • Tasneem A
    4 contributions
    nice place for kids, good bowling, and it has Lazer game, far from Rome centre, i will not visit again
    if you have children it might be fun for you
    Written April 11, 2017
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  • D Y
    Pasadena, CA39 contributions
    Stayed at A. Roma Lifestyle Hotel nearby, and found Silvestri Village by searching TA reviews for "tennis." Having been to the French Open earlier on our trip, my son and I were inspired to play on a red clay court. Just a 1-2 min walk from the hotel, it has a somewhat run-down, "community rec center" type of feel. It's not designed for tourists, the people that work there only speak a few words of English, but they were very friendly and we were able to communicate well enough. We ended up playing tennis on 3 different days, and it was one of the highlights of our Paris-Florence-Rome trip. Marco is the tennis pro, and he charged 12 Euros for 1 hour of court time including the use of nice rackets and balls. The courts were empty mid-day, but busy in the evening. There are 4 courts with lights. Being from the Los Angeles area where hard courts are plentiful, "green clay" Har-Tru courts are rare, and red clay is non-existent, it was a memorable treat to play on the real stuff! The facility also has a few bowling lanes, ping-pong tables, pool tables, and a covered, very compact mini-golf course. After many days of grand, busy tourist attractions, it was a nice change of pace visiting a no-frills, local place.
    Written June 18, 2017
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  • DerekYip
    London, UK79 contributions
    We had 2 games here, i was ask to leave a ID to be able to play, only ID i had was my passport, which i feel odd to be kept by them. the place a bit dated, Its been around for a bit. nothing different to another bowling places. We just wanted to do something in the late evening.
    Written July 5, 2014
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