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I stayed here for 3 nights at the beginning of my inter-railing trip with two friends. I thought the prospect of staying in a tent structure sounded exciting and unusual, for young travellers (16-25) I think its great, the tent serves a purpose; we only...More
I've just been on a big tour where we were travelling every day. Rome was such a nice place and the camping village was perfect to get away from the city and relax.
Yes it is very far out and to get to Rome you...More
A group of six of us, both male and female were physically threatened by the security staff of this village. After a few drinks, we were obviously being louder than we realised when suddenly two security guards of African appearance burst through our door shouting...More
We had a 4-adult chalet: kitchenette with fridge and cooking material, eating table (airco in the kitchen/eating room), 2 rooms (1 room with double bed + private bathroom and 1 room with a bunk bed and an extra single bed + private bathroom). Each chalet...More
Stayed at one of the bungalows during our Expat Explore trip- for bungalows, this is really decent. People would complain that there isn't much space- well, I am an average sized person and I was just fine! Besides, you go there to sleep. Most important...More
$21 - $74 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Shuttle bus is available every hour starting from 8 am and cost is 3€ per person. Or you can take public bus by paying 1,45€. Both are going to a location nearby Vatican. Cost for Hop-on off bu is 20€. If you by ticket... More
Shuttle bus is available every hour starting from 8 am and cost is 3€ per person. Or you can take public bus by paying 1,45€. Both are going to a location nearby Vatican. Cost for Hop-on off bu is 20€. If you by ticket without on-off it is 12€ (as far as I remember). I think it is not necessary to take hop on off. Distances are not so far, you can walk everywhere in half an hour. Depending on your time and weather conditions I recommend you to walk. You can start from Colosseum and than passing through Roman Forum you can come back to center and visit all interesting places. If you want to visit more than two museums you can buy 48 hours citypass. I do not have any idea regarding lockers, we traveled with our motorbikes and locked the valuables. Camping was quite safe, we left all our camping material near the bikes and nothing happened.