Expert Travel Advice to Rome

Top Answers To Rome Travel Questions

  • 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:
    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:
    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.
  • AwayModerator answered:
    We can't claim to be an expert on all of Rome's outdoor fountains, Carolyn, but this page on Wikipedia looks to do a pretty thorough job of cataloging Rome's most important and historical fountains. Hope this helps! http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_fountains_in_Rome

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