Expert Travel Advice to Rome

Top Answers To Rome Travel Questions

  • Anonymous user answered:
    Not really sure what information you need from this question. Please take a look at Away.com's Rome Travel Guide for the top hotels and attractions in the Eternal City!
  • Anonymous user answered:
    In the event you get sick while traveling to Rome, there are some things you can do so you're prepared. Read through the State Department's suggestions for traveling abroad (http://bit.ly/dyluHh) and how to deal with falling ill outside of the United States. Wishing you happy and healthy travels!
  • Anonymous user answered:
    Take clothes 2 cover shoulder/knees;men/women-4 inChurches. They enforce & some req. head covering. Carry small lace covering. Carry sm bag on inside.Some area hve pick pkts;avoid Gypsies. Hotel Pendini,Florence.Pack light!Comfort shoes-cobblestone strs-walk everywhere! Go only to Am friendly rest; Museums will be boring 4kids xcpt small 1s! Florence as base & day trips to Med Sea-drop off short here;only 1-2 ft from edge, don't let them go alone-feet wet for us! Take bandaids/antibi crm 4 blisters. Take Euro Star anywhere in Italy to Pisa,Venice-kids will love gondolas; 80 Eu, we skipped; Coluseum-we pd 4 tour; DO NOT take pics with 'soldiers pricy & area known 4 pick pkts; Take WATER! Take extra memory cards & don't forget electric current-Small univ converter 4 chargers.They have cyber cafes or hotel. Rent an aprtmt in Florence;central & can go any direction from there. Not as commercial as Rome; House wine=cheaper! cheese & bread-local mkt saves $.Skip Pope audience.
  • Anonymous user answered:
    Hi Maya, here are a couple of recommendations that my mother-in-law emailed when I pinged her for ideas with regard to your question. The in-laws recently returned from a trip to Rome and Florence, among other places: "There was no refrigerator in the room, but the Hotel Aberdeen in Rome did provide breakfast and it's possible that they might allow the family to store some things in their refrigerator. I think they could e-mail the hotel directly at: hotel.aberdeen@travel.it to inquire. We also liked our hotel in Florence, Residenza il Villino, which also provided breakfast and was small enough that they might be accommodating with their kitchen. I think their e-mail address is: ifno@ilvillino.it. Both of these hotels are within a 15-minute taxi ride of the main train station." In general, I'd say my M-in-L is a pretty discerning traveler who knows good value and service when she sees it! This was they're second stay at the Hotel Aberdeen, if that helps.

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