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An unforgettable excursion from the Civitavecchia seaport to Rome “ An unforgettable excursion in Rome” Some fellow travelers were excited about their arrival at the Civitavecchia (Seaport of Rome). They had planned this trip to the Eternal City for over a year and wanted to be sure that each port of call made during the cruise experience was enjoyed to the fullest. So they decided to do a little research to locate a company that could provide an excursion for the day - with the intention to go to Rome. As you can imagine, there were a number of limo, shuttle and taxi services eager to serve tourist needs - the tough part, which company to choose? They asked a few fellow passengers while en-route to Civitavecchia seaport whether they had any recommendations of excursion providers for the day. As they suspected, for most others they met, this was their first time visiting - and they needed help as well! They did, however, find a couple who had been to Rome or Civitavecchia seaport previously and remembered the name of the Rome limousine company they used - and they highly recommended them. That company was www.tiberlimo.it - based in Rome. Without dragging this account on and on, all I have to say is that my acquaintances were provided absolutely fantastic, professional services with a beautiful Mercedes C class “Mercedes Top Class” to boot! They arrived on time and provided a 7-hour excursion to Rome and managed to fill every hour with the perfect mixture of sights and sounds as well as a great lunch to match. If you, your family, wife, girlfriend, or whomever you may be traveling with is considering Civitavecchia seaport to be one of your ports-of-call, and you have the time - I HIGHLY RECOMMEND Tiber Limousine based out in of Rome. They will be sure to make the most of your time in Rome - it's guaranteed! Their website again is www.tiberlimo.it.
We had a lovely 5 day trip to Rome years ago with my girlfriend. It's a great city, you can just feel the long history of it and all. We stayed in a hotel very close to Piazza Venetzia and that was a really good call. It's a very central location and thus it's easy to go where ever you want in the city. I've collected some of the places we visited into this travel story, but I'm missing the most important one which was a great small local restaurant with fantastic food and a queue of locals outside waiting for a table in the cold winter weather. I can't recall the name or the location of the place anymore. :( It was a walking distance from Piazza Venetzia but that's all I know. I'm a history fan so I found the city great, but some of the touristic sights are a disappointment even if it's Rome, so make sure that you don't go to the bad places if you're tight on time. Looking back on it the only places I should have gone to were Forum Romanum, Colosseum and Vatican. The rest of the vacation would have been best spent in the cafes and restaurants. :) Oh, make sure that the taxi drivers put the meter on!
If you're a history freak like me you want to see all the columns and other stuff that you can find in Rome. Aurelius' column is one of the biggest if not the biggest column in Rome and a very cool sight. There are nice cafes around the piazza too.
A plaza surrounded by rather nice buildings, upon closer inspection revealed to be very old ruins protected with see-through barriers, with tons of cats hanging arround and chillin among the ruins! A definite must for serious cat lovers. The cats are fed and taken care of by volunteers, so they are rather happy and healthy-looking. Eventho suffering from serious heat and overall too much Rome for the day-exhaustion, I spent quite a while hanging over the barrier and talkin to them kitties. Luv that place.
The column is just a monument to tell the story of brave warriors and triumphes of the Roman men and emperor. The best way to study this column is to visit the "Museo Della Civilta' Romana" in the EUR the part of Rome created by Mussolini. They have made plaster copies of the column and divided it into many small parts so it is possible to admire all the figurines and carvings very close.
Of course very touristy but also fantastic. Along with the Forum Romanum and Vatican the only must see sight in Rome. Make sure to buy the guided tour to avoid waiting in the lines. The tours are also very good, or at least the one I took was. It's just amazing to think how old the building is as well as how large it is and is still in relatively good shape. Just amazing.
One of the bigger piazzas but rather touristic. Well, so are a lot of places in Rome. :) This one is still quite nice and quiet. We went here just to see it and have lunch in one of the many restaurants close by. Nothing special to it. It made a nice stop on our way to Pincian Hill, otherwise wouldn't really have been worth all the walking.
A remarkable piece of cultural history. A stunningly big building offering also great views over Rome if you take the time and climb to the top. The climb is a bit high which is good - there are less tourists. :) Do make it to the top. Definitely worth it.
One of the must see places in Rome according to many guide books. Yeah, it's a big fountain but that's it. Nothing you can't live without. Lots of tourists, lots of expensive ice cream and people selling you crap like umbrellas (if it's raining).
I went to Rome mostly to see roman history and especially the Colosseum. It was very much worth it. There are plenty of guided tours quite cheaply available and you should take one to bypass the long lines of people waiting for their tickets.
A wonderful park in a middle of Rome, just around the corner from spanish stairs. This place is at it's best on winter time when grass is green and flowers are pretty. You can also hire a boat and row around the pond.
Again one of the supposed must see places in Rome. Nothing much to it. Yeah, it's old and all that but still. It's nice for sure but not one of the things you'll remember years after coming back from the trip.