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TRANSPORTATION IN ROME
Public transportation is probably the biggest problem in Rome today. Some joke public transportation system did not change much from Ancient Rome times. This is, partially, the reason Romans are late in 9 cases out of 10, so do not blame them.If you try to find a schedule for buses or trams, do not bother. It does not exist. So, the best way to understand when your bus might come is to simply go to Google Maps and see when the bus is expected. Although this does not guarantee that your bus will arrive on time, at least it might give you some estimation.
Tickets for buses and tramsBus and tram tickets are physically purchased from Tabacchi shops and some of those shops do not accept credit cards or NFC payments. Only cash. We recently discovered an app called MooneyGo which solves lots of problems for you and allows you to buy numerous types of tickets (one-time, daily, weekly, monthly, etc.) for Rome and not only, and avoid cash-based transactions. So far this is the only alternative.
MetroMetro is the most reliable and affordable type of transportation in Rome. Although it does not cover the entire city, as it is limited to two main lines crossing each other in Termini, and some shorter lines/branches, it still does the job. The majority of attractions can be reached by metro and the good news is you can enter any metro station by using your wireless bank card or watch or phone through the NFC control panel.
Short-term car rentalIf you are familiar with Share Now (former Car2Go), it is available in Rome too. They charge you per minute, but in all cases, it is much more affordable than a taxi. The good thing about this type of rental is that fuel, parking, and basic insurance are included in the fee. So, you only unlock the car with your phone and drive. If you are not registered with Share Now yet, you will have to go and physically register for the first time, showing your driving license.There is also a local alternative to Share Now called Enjoy. It belongs to Italian oil and gas giant Eni, they mostly use cool Fiat 500 vehicles.Caveat: most of the city is covered by these services, but not 100%. You can reach Rome from both airports (Fiumicino and Ciampino) by Share Now and Enjoy and vice versa.
Uber and alternativesUber certainly works in Rome and it is mostly represented by luxury Mercedes vehicles. Therefore, it is a bit more expensive than regular taxis. An alternative to Uber is Free Now (former MyTaxi), more affordable and less posh.
Regular car rentalIf you want a car for a couple of days, look no further than here. This unique page will compare all possible scenarios for any vehicle that you want to rent and will give you the lowest and most convenient option.
Different types of electric scooters are available in Rome for rent. You only have to wait until the streets of Rome are available for those scooters. But jokes aside, you can rent different scooters from different brands by simply scanning the QR code or going to the website on the scooter. Please note that they might not be available in the suburbs of the city and you might have to get back to park the scooter within the designated area.The official website for Rome's public transportation service is here.
EATING IN ROME - Recommendations
If Near Vatican
200 Gradi (i.e. 200 degrees) - the best panineria in Rome, hands down. Rumor has it 3 corporate lawyers quit their jobs and opened this marvelous place. It is near Vatican, at Piazza del Risorgimento 3, 00192 - Roma. You can also call them at +39 0639754239. Always fresh and delicious.
La Zanzara (i.e. mosquito) home of Roman food in Prati neighborhood. Not far from Vatican and famous shopping streets. Always full of locals enjoying tasty Italian dishes. The exact address is Via Crescenzio, 84.
Atlante Hotel Roof Garden and Bar. A bit pricey, but with unparalleled view and aura. Best for aperitivo and light snack or coffee. Hint: ask for chinotto with orange and ice with your coffee. Near Vatican. Address is Via Giovanni Vitelleschi, 34
Sciascia Caffè 1919 is where you will try the best coffee in Rome. It is a café with more than 100 years of history, as the name says. They import, roast and serve their own coffee. Also not far from Vatican at Via Fabio Massimo, n.80/a. If you ever try better coffee in Rome - let us know.
Bonci Pizzarium - probably the best pizza by slice in the world. Praised by well-known food gourmands for its freshness, quality ingredients and variety. Worth waiting in a queue. Not far from Vatican. Address is Via della Meloria, 43
If Near Pantheon
If Near Spanish Steps or Piazza Del Popolo
PizzaRé - delicious pizza in the middle of the city. All well-known pizzas are here, but my favorite is Calzone. Surprisingly good quality in the heart of touristic Rome. Moderately priced. The address is Via di Ripetta, 14
Colbert - (temporarily closed) a restaurant with excellent food and unforgettable view. You can never find it, unless you know where it actually is. And once you find it, you fall in love. Find Villa Medici at Viale della Trinità dei Monti, 1 and go inside.
If In Monti
Ai Tre Scalini (i.e. on 3 steps) more than 100 years old bottiglieria in Monti, Rome. A place where poets and musicians created masterpieces by having marvelous food and great wine. An atmospheric place, always full. Via Panisperna, 251
If Near Termini or Vittorio Emanuele
If Near Ponte Milvio
Dulcamara - this place near Milvio bridge is special. The neighborhood is generally known for nice places and good food, and Dulcamara represents that. Quiet, elegant but tasty and open-hearted. The address is Via Flaminia, 449
If In Aventino
If Near Fontana Di Trevi
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Rome is a beautiful and historic city that is sure to delight tourists with its charming streets, stunning architecture, and delicious cuisine. The city is filled with landmarks and attractions, such as the Colosseum, the Trevi Fountain, and the Pantheon, that are sure to impress. Rome is also home to many museums, art galleries, and theaters, making it a cultural hub. Visitors can enjoy sampling the local cuisine, which includes dishes such as pasta carbonara and gelato. No trip to Rome would be complete without trying a cup of authentic Italian coffee or indulging in some of the city's world-class shopping.Rome tours are a must-try for anyone visiting the city. They are an excellent way to learn more about Rome's rich history and culture, as well as see its many famous landmarks and attractions. Many tours are available, so there is something for everyone, whether you are interested in art, architecture, history, or food. Guided tours are led by knowledgeable and experienced guides who can provide fascinating insights and stories about the city. Rome tours are a convenient and enjoyable way to explore the city, and they are sure to be a highlight of your trip.There are many excellent Rome tours available. Here are a few recommendations:* The Colosseum and Ancient Rome Walking Tour: This tour takes you on a fascinating journey through Rome's ancient history, with a visit to the iconic Colosseum and a walk through the city's ancient ruins.* The Vatican Museums and Sistine Chapel Tour: This tour takes you inside the Vatican City, where you can explore the breathtaking art and architecture of the Vatican Museums and see Michelangelo's masterpiece, the Sistine Chapel.* The Foodie Tour of Rome: For food lovers, this tour is a must-try. It takes you on a culinary journey through the city, with stops at local markets, delis, and bakeries, where you can sample some of Rome's delicious cuisine.* The Rome by Night Tour: This tour lets you experience Rome in a different light, with a walk through the city's historic center at night and a visit to some of its most beautiful squares and fountains.These are just a few examples of the many wonderful Rome tours available.Rome is known for its delicious cuisine, and the city has many excellent restaurants and cafes that are worth visiting. Here are a few recommendations for the best food places in Rome:* Trattoria da Danilo: This cozy trattoria serves traditional Roman dishes made with fresh, local ingredients. Try the pasta carbonara or the saltimbocca alla Romana.* Ristorante La Rosetta: Located near the Pantheon, this Michelin-starred restaurant offers gourmet Italian cuisine. The seafood dishes are particularly delicious.* Pizzeria da Baffetto: This popular pizzeria is known for its wood-fired pizzas with thin, crispy crusts. Be sure to try the Margherita or the Quattro Formaggi.* Pasticceria Regoli: This historic pastry shop is a must-visit for dessert lovers. The tiramisu and the gelato are particularly delicious.These are just a few examples of the many wonderful food places in Rome. Be sure to try as many as you can during your visit!Rome is a bustling city that is filled with both tourists and locals. While tourists may be familiar with some of the city's most popular landmarks and attractions, there are many hidden gems that only locals know about. Here are a few things that tourists will hardly see in Rome, but locals know about:* The Giardino degli Aranci: Located on the Aventine Hill, this peaceful garden offers stunning views of the city and is a popular spot for locals to relax and enjoy the sunshine.* The Mercato Testaccio: This bustling market is a favorite among locals, who come to shop for fresh produce, meat, and fish. It's a great place to sample some of Rome's delicious cuisine.* The Basilica of Santa Maria in Trastevere: This beautiful basilica is one of Rome's oldest churches, and it is known for its stunning interior and historic mosaics. It is a favorite among locals, who come to admire its beauty and attend its many cultural events.* The Biblioteca Angelica: Located in the heart of Rome, this beautiful library is a hidden gem that only locals know about. It is a wonderful place to escape the hustle and bustle of the city and enjoy some peace and quiet.These are just a few examples of the many hidden gems in Rome that tourists will hardly see, but locals know about. Be sure to ask a local for their recommendations and explore some of the city's lesser-known treasures.
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