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Rome at night

One of the most rewarding experiences when visiting Rome is to walk the streets and rummage in dark corners at night, when the city is more quiet and there aren't millions of people, cars and bikes hurrying to their destinations. Normally one walks by day to many interesting places, but maybe, if your body and legs will respond after a busy day, you can take your camera and slowly walk its cobbled streets and different corners at night. Everything is illuminated by street lamps which make the ocher color of its walls a different hue - it's the same city,but it seems different. Discover nooks, statues that look different and smaller fountains that show a different perspective. If you can, I'm sure you'll not regret.
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What would have become of us without the romans

I don't know what would have become of us without the Romans. They left so many things that I can't list them, things like the right, sewerage, the political system, construction techniques, medicine, etc. I think the following should also be stressed - mixed bathing, gladiator wars, a thumbs up and down, brothels and vomiting after eating in order to continue tasting all kinds of delicacies. To all this they left the city of Rome as a celebration of excellence and historical monuments, as their place of Italy and its splendid open views.
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When in Rome...go to the Colosseum, Palatine Hill, and the Vatican! I got to the Vatican just after the Pope made his address. Just missed him!
Alexander Wicklund
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Hello, travelers! I am going to tell you about one of the best places that you can visit - Rome. I was studying at the SSML Gregorio VII, via a grant from the University of Granada with Erasmus, when a cold front from Europe landed in the Italian capital and left the impressive snow that I show you below. According to meteorological statistics, there had not been a snowfall of this magnitude since 1983. Needless to say, that day was the best of my stay in the Mediterranean country. The heaviest snowfall in years fell before my eyes ...
Francisco Cano Carmona
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You are walking through the narrow streets and suddenly through a gap in the crowd you see this spectacular fountain you heard of have seen in movies. And once you move forward observing every little detail of the source, the most spectacular find, I did not explain how the could do, there among the narrow streets. In the pictures always looks spectacular, but overlooks the reality is even more.
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Rooftops in rome

Rome was everything that I imagined it to be, and more. The scenes you see in movies with people on mopeds driving through the city with all the historic buildings in the background.. it was just like this, but even better in person of course. Definitely somewhere you need to go in your lifetime.
Kathryn Bender
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Just another day of work

Just another day of work
Katherine Hoffman
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Discovery of rome

To date, this is the most beautiful city I visited in Europe, or rather say is that I found the most beautiful! We found a hotel near the Colosseum (Romance hotel, not too bad but if possible take another room as the ground floor) in a quiet neighborhood. This is an excellent starting point I find to visit the main sights of the city (about 10-15 minutes from Termini station). We went for the weekend of 11 November 2011 (3 full days on site) and we had a wonderful time (not a cloud and sweet). By cons, it's dark early, but what can thoroughly enjoy the city lights. On arrival at Fiumicino airport, take the express leonardo. We took a shuttle system, one euro more expensive than the train, which brings us right outside the hotel, but there were plenty of jam, we took 1 hour (although it was supposed to do that 1/2 h). This system is still perhaps the shot if you miss the train (a train every 30 minutes). In short, Rome is a city to see!

Découverte de rome

A ce jour, c'est la ville d'Europe la plus belle que j'ai visitée, ou disons plutôt c'est celle que j'ai trouvé la plus belle!
Nous avions trouvé un hôtel proche du Colisée (hôtel Romance, pas trop mal mais si possible prenez une autre chambre que celle au rez de chaussée), dans un quartier calme. C'est un excellent point de départ je trouve pour aller visiter les sites principaux de la ville (environ 10-15 min de la station Termini).
Nous y sommes allés au week-end du 11 novembre 2011 (3 jours plein sur place) et nous avons eu un temps magnifique (pas un nuage et doux). Par contre, il fait nuit tôt, mais ce qui permet de bien profiter de la ville illuminée.
A l'arrivée à l'aéroport de Fiumicino, prenez le leonardo express. Nous avions pris un système de navette, 1 euro plus cher que le train et qui nous amène juste devant l'hôtel, mais il y avait plein d'embouteillage, nous avons mis 1 heure (alors que c'était sensé ne mettre qu'1/2 h). Ce système vaut malgré tout peut-être le coup, si vous ratez le train (un train toutes les 30 minutes environ).
Bref, Rome est une ville à voir !
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Excellent tour, i recommend night to ...

EXCELLENT TOUR, I recommend NIGHT TO RETURN TO TAKE PHOTOS. Start from Piazza San Bernardo, adorned by the Fountain of Moses and continue to the Plaza of the Republic, and called dellEsedra, because it covers the central area of ​​the Baths of Diocletian: the center, the source of the Nyades. We will continue towards Sistina to reach the famous Trinita dei Monti Church. The guided tour accompany them down the monumental staircase on the most famous square in Rome Spain Square and fountain of Barcaccia work of Gian Lorenzo Bernini. We will continue to the Trevi Fountain, the largest and most ambitious baroque fountain capital. We continue after to the Pantheon, a former pagan temple, which will visit. At the end of the tour will reach the splendid Piazza Navona, built on the ruins of the Domitian's Circus adorned with the famous Fountain of the Four Ros designed and carved by the genius Gian Lorenzo Bernini in 1651. Piazza di Spagna Trevi Fountain Pantheon Piazza Navona WALKING tOUR IS RECOMMENDED wear comfortable clothes and shoes COMFORTABLE the date for the start of the tour to be near the Termini station (the main train station in Rome). Duration: 3 hours Dates and departure times: Every day of the year; 8:30 a.m. Home Tour Guide and audio guide included Nios 0-2 years if staying at a hotel in central Rome after booking please contact the tour operator to arrange a possible hotel pick. In any event, the place and time for the visit of his tour will be sent by e-mail with a copy of the book. The guide speaks Italian Spanish French Alemn Ingls


Empezará desde la Plaza San Bernardo, adornada por la Fuente del Moisés y continuará hacia la Plaza de la República, ya llamada “dell’Esedra”, porque cubre el espacio central de las Termas de Diocleciano: Al centro, la Fuente de las Náyades. Proseguiremos hacia Vía Sistina para llegar a la famosa Iglesia Trinita dei Monti. El tour guiado les acompañará bajando por la monumental escalinata el la plaza mas conocida de Roma Plaza de España y su fuente de la “Barcaccia” obra de Gian Lorenzo Bernini. Proseguiremos hasta la Fuente de Trevi, la mayor y las mas ambiciosa Fuente barroca de la capital. Seguiremos después hacia el Panteón, antiguo templo pagano, que visitaremos. Al final del tour se llegarà a la esplèndida Plaza Navona, construida sobre las ruinas del Circo de Domiciano adornada de la famosa Fuente de los Cuatro Ríos ideada y tallada por el genio Gian Lorenzo Bernini en 1651.

Plaza de Spagna
Fuente de Trevi
Plaza Navona

La cita para la salida del tour será cerca de la estación de Termini (la estación principal de tren de Roma).

Duración: 3 horas aproximadamente
Fechas y horarios de salida: Todos los días del año;
Inicio Tour 8:30 am

Guía y audioguía incluidos

Niños 0 - 2 años

Si su estancia es en un hotel en el centro de Roma después de la reserva puede ponerse en contacto con el operador turístico para acordar una posible recogida en el hotel.
En cualquier caso, el lugar y la hora para hacer la visita de su tour le será enviada por correo electrónico con la copia de la reserva.

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Juan Manuel Sole
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Mamma roma

Eternal Rome, Rome always, ricnones full of history and in each you will put one more. Monuments and ruins, full of cinematic images and historiscas. They have not said. During the day strolling through the streets paved, somewhat chaotic, and people who have forgotten the Dolce Vita, the cars, the noise, the mess sometimes, everything that happened, and I will forget, for all its charms. And the dark night wanders through his memories, siepre present in our retinas. There are many Romas, each stayed with us and in our memories. I will speak of a Piazza Navona, which was the ancient Circus Agonalis of oval dimensions and impressive, this is sometimes filled with water sources, for shows river, its source of Bernini's Fontana dei Big Four Rivers, "of the four rivers ", and the other two source" Neptune "and the source of the" Moro "a spectacle for the eyes and ears. The one among many the Temple of Hercules in marble the only preserved in Rome is a round building filled columntas, currently a small church Santo Stefano, is in an interesting walk along the river, more than a thousand sites I recommend, as always Uncover visiting the eternal city.

«mamma roma»

Roma Eterna , siempre Roma , ricnones llenos de historia y en cada uno de ellos tu pondras uno mas . Monumentos y Ruinas , llenos de imagenes cinematograficas e historiscas . Que contar no dicho .De día pasea por esas calles empedradas , algo caoticas , y sus gentes que han olvidado la Dolce Vita , los coches , el barullo , a veces el desorden , todo eso pasarà , y lo olvidaras , por todos sus encantos .Y de noche pasea por la oscuridad a través de sus recuerdos , siepre presentes en nuestras retinas . Hay muchas Romas , cada uno nos quedamos , con la nuestra y en nuestra memoria .
Yo te hablaria de una Piazza Navona , lo que fue el antiguo Circo Agonalis de unas dimensiones ovaladas e impresionantes , esta en ocasiones se llenaban con agua de las fuentes , para espectaculos fluviales ,su fuente del Gran Bernini la Fontana dei Quattro fiumi , "de los cuatro ríos" , y las otras dos la fuente de" Neptuno "y la fuente del "Moro" todo un espectáculo para la vista y el oído . El otro entre muchos el Templo de Hércules el único en de mármol que se conserva en Roma es un edificio redondo lleno de columntas , en la actualidad una pequeña iglesia Santo Estefano , se encuentra en un interesante recorrido junto al río, hay mil sitios mas que os recomiendo, y como siempre descubrais visitando la eterna ciudad .
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On the trail of depero and prampolini

Mica usual so, find the works of great artists in the open air, on the frontages of some buildings. In Rome, s, for we are behind the Congress Centre and a short walk from Piazza Marconi, Eur. The buildings in question have porches from old-fashioned and are home on the one hand the museum of folk traditions and other Pigorini ethnographic museum. The mosaics, large, are of 1942. They were made Fortunato Depero and Enrico Prampolini. To Depero is the theme of the professions and the arts, to Prampolini corporations. The two masters have used the mosaic technique in a very special way, since they have set different colored tiles that form the figures so that the visual sensation is different depending on the solar luminosity. So, the advice is to go see the mosaics in different hours of the day, just to fully understand what was the intention of Depero and Prampolini effect.

Sulle tracce di depero e prampolini

Mica è così usuale, trovare le opere di grandi artisti a cielo aperto, sulla facciata di alcuni palazzi. A Roma, sì, però: siamo alle spalle del Palazzo dei Congressi e a due passi da piazza Marconi, all'Eur. I palazzi in questione hanno porticati dalla foggia antica e ospitano da una parte il museo delle tradizioni popolari e dall'altra il museo etnografico Pigorini. I mosaici, di grandi dimensioni, sono del 1942. Li hanno realizzati Fortunato Depero e Enrico Prampolini. Quello di Depero rappresenta il tema delle professioni e delle arti, quello di Prampolini le corporazioni. I due maestri hanno usato la tecnica del mosaico in maniera molto particolare, poiché hanno collocato le diverse tessere colorate che formano le figure in modo tale che la sensazione visiva sia diversa a seconda della luminosità solare. Quindi, il consiglio è quello di andare a vedere i mosaici in differenti ore della giornata, proprio per comprendere in pieno quale fosse l'intenzione d'effetto di Depero e Prampolini.
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Rome, the capital of this beautiful c...

Rome, the capital of this beautiful country of Italy is famous for many reasons: the Catholic religion is the "source", its "capital" with the Vatican, it is also a city "mythical" by its archaeological and historical remains past, its Colosseum in the temple, we can still admire the buildings. Many neighborhoods comprise the city's most historic tourist the most, you are bound to find a nice place, trendy, quiet student or to entertain or educate you, as your mood! Time for a weekend, you're sure to find a nice little restaurant near the Trevi Fountain! The bosses will wait even before their restaurant, boasting you merit in several languages, to convince you! Think before you leap! The city is well served by metro lines, and you can easily walk on foot. Finally, international airports are not too eccentric, and rail lines will take you into the city center quickly (30 minutes max). You'll love this city, the mild climate (especially in the spring!) And proved the charm!

Rome, capitale de ce charmant pays qu’est l’Italie, est connue pour de multiples raisons : la religion catholique y a sa « source », sa « capitale », avec la cité du Vatican, c’est aussi une ville « mythique » de par ses vestiges archéologiques et historiques passés, de son Colisée à son temple, dont nous pouvons encore admirer les constructions.

De nombreux quartiers composent cette ville, des plus historiques aux plus touristiques, vous trouverez forcément un endroit sympa, branché, calme ou étudiant pour vous divertir ou vous instruire, selon vos envies du moment ! Pour le temps d’un week-end, vous trouverez à coup sûr un petit restaurant sympa du côté de la Fontaine de Trévi ! Les patrons vous attendront même devant leur restaurant, vous vantant leur mérite en plusieurs langues, pour vous convaincre ! Réfléchissez bien avant de vous lancer !

La ville est bien desservie par les lignes de métro, et vous pourrez vous balader facilement à pied. Enfin, les aéroports internationaux ne sont pas trop excentrés, et des lignes de train vous emmèneront jusque dans le centre-ville rapidement (30minutes maxi). Vous aimerez cette ville, au climat doux (surtout au printemps !) et au charme prouvé !
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The eternal light moon city

Many of us have visited Rome and I am sure we have left intoxicated by the grandeur of the Colosseum, the beauty of the Vatican or the magic of Trastevere. However, the more I travel, I realize that most tourists do not enjoy the city at night, which I think is when calmer breathe and can appreciate more the beauty of the great monuments ... From a while ago, accustomed to a nighttime visit to many of the cities I visit and I invite you to join me in this small but beautiful tour I made last April by the eternal city ... Maybe my photography skills are not the best, but the Castel Sant Angelo is precious in the moonlight, though I suppose agree with me that the Vatican is even more spectacular, bridges and more bridges, which make the view of this great city. Some monuments that are essential, the fountain, the Colosseum and the Arch of Constantine could not miss ... I hope you enjoy this picture of one of my favorite cities. Good trip!

La ciudad eterna a la luz de la luna

Muchos de nosotros hemos visitado Roma y estoy segura de que nos hemos dejado embriagar por la grandeza del coliseo, la belleza del Vaticano o la magia del trastévere.

Sin embargo, cuanto mas viajo, me doy cuenta de que la mayoría de turistas no disfrutan la ciudad por la noche, que a mi parecer, es cuando se respira mas calma y se puede valorar mas la belleza de los grandes monumentos... Desde hace un tiempo, acostumbro a realizar una visita nocturna a muchas de las ciudades que visito y os invito a que me acompañeis en este pequeño pero precioso tour que hice el pasado Abril por la ciudad eterna...

Puede que mis habilidades fotográficas no sean las mejores, pero el castillo de Sant Angelo se ve precioso a la luz de la luna, aunque supongo que coincidiréis conmigo en que el vaticano es todavía mas espectacular, puentes y mas puentes, que hacen la vista de esta ciudad grandiosa. Algunos monumentos que son imprescindibles, la fontana, el coliseo o el arco de Constantino no podían faltar...

Espero que disfrutéis con esta visión de una de mis ciudades favoritas.

Buen Viaje!
The Adventurous Traveler
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In rome, there are of course the weig...

In Rome, there are of course the weight of history: Antiquity, Renaissance, Christianity ... No to skip the Colosseum or the Vatican on museums and works of art, breathing in contemporary Rome seemed necessary. Small narrow streets where doors open onto a workshop or a grocery store, stolen a discussion "men", pause for a gourmet ice at San Crispino pictures - the best ice cream in Rome, according to Roman - or stop in a trattoria, all part of my discovery of a city. And no guide, no plans are so useful, it's not enough to entrust to chance.

À Rome, il y a bien sûr tout le poids de l'histoire : L'Antiquité, la Renaissance, la chrétienté... Sans faire l'impasse sur le Colisée ni sur le Vatican, sur les musées et les œuvres d'art, une respiration dans la Rome contemporaine m'a paru nécessaire. Petites rues où des portes étroites s'ouvrent sur un atelier ou sur une épicerie, images volées d'une discussion "entre hommes", pause gourmande pour une glace de chez San Crispino - le meilleur glacier de Rome, selon un Romain - ou halte dans une trattoria, tout cela participe de ma découverte d'une ville. Et aucun guide, aucun plan ne sont alors utiles, il suffit de confier ses pas au hasard.
Jocelyne Fonlupt
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Shortly discovered in the eternal city?

Dear Internet, passionate about travel, occasional travelers ... Interestingly, I so passionate about beautiful baby land as Italy, knew of it, but incredibly Rome, the eternal and majestic imperial city, he had not yet had the opportunity to travel there. And this time, in early July of this year I finally I proposed and 4 days trip, few if ... but very intense, very hot and a lot of people of course, but more than worth it. Well, probably not much that can contribute because thanks to this site so great, guided me fantastically well, I advise all those who are traveling to Rome minube you read the comments, as I said in the header? Little undiscovered ? for something if and are FUENTES, not ornamental that are magnificent and already have very many reviews of them, but they are arranged throughout the city and which flowing water of the highest quality, apathy course drinking and guides advise them instead of paying a fortune for a small bottle. I highly recommend it, and I leave a sample of one of them, near Via Cavour heading to the San Pietro Invinco Churc

Poco por descubrir en la ciudad eterna?

Queridos internautas, apasionados de los viajes, viajeros ocasionales... Curiosamente, yo apasionada de una tierra tan maravilosa como Italia, conocía parte de ella, pero increíblemente a Roma, la ciudad eterna, imperial y majestuosa, todavía no había tenido oportunidad de viajar allí. Y esta vez, a principios de julio de este año al fin me lo propuse y viaje 4 días, pocos si, pero intensisimos..., muchísimo calor y muchisima gente por supuesto, pero mereció la pena con creces.

Bien, probablemente no sea mucho lo que pueda aportar porque gracias a esta web tan estupenda, me guié fantásticamente bien, aconsejo a todos aquellos que vayan a viajar a Roma que leáis los comentarios de minube, como os decía en el encabezado ¿poco por descubrir? pues algo si, y son las FUENTES, no las ornamentales que son magníficas y ya teneis muchisimos comentarios de ellas, sino las que están dispuestas por toda la ciudad y de las cuales mana un agua de altísima calidad, apata por supuesto para beber y los mismos guías aconsejan en lugar de pagar una fortuna por un botellin.

Os lo recomiendo encarecidamente, y os dejo una muestra de una de ellas, cerca de Via Cavour dirigiendome a la iglesi de San Pietro Invinco
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