Cens777

Cens777

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    I Want to visit Roma, Lazio, côte Almafitaine, Veneto, Tuscany. My question it's better to loan a car or use transport there.

    To visit Roma I would advise leaving the car, it's a city best visited on foot and with public transport (better to find s hotel/ accomodation near the A metro line) and finding a parking space is really difficult (I live in Rome and do not own a car :)) for the rest of the itinerary great by car, careful driving and parking in Naples (traffic has its own rules there and if you don't know the "local" rules it can be confusing) Veneto great by car (except Venice...of course) Tuscany great by car. Have fun! over 7 years ago

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    How to spend 5 days in Rome?

    1. Colosseum, quick stroll through the Forums, Museum of the Mercati Traianei. Glass of wine in front of the Colonna at the Enoteca Provinciale (the service is not exceptional but good local wines and great view from the window) - dinner in Rione Monti (check a guide for places, it's full of nice places 2. Piazza Navona, Palazzo Altemps, Pantheon and lunch nearby at Enoteca Corsi (roman cuisine, not exeptionally cheap but it's worth it and ask for a table in the "cantina" where all the wines are. Afternoon shopping 3. Termini station: the Museums of Palazzo Massimo, and the Terme di Diocleziano, same ticket two museums really near (the first one is better kept and the second has a lovely garden in the middle that is a great place to stop and rest). On to San Lorenzo for a visit to the monumental cemetery of Verano. You can download a map of the most relevant tombs from the website of the AMA ( azienda municipale ambiente), after the Verano stay in San Lorenzo for an aperitif anywhere you fancy (lots of bars- very cheap). 4. ok, the vatican museums and cappella sistina, you'll be herded like sheep and do the whole visit running with crowds of tourists anytime and anyday, but check out, at the emd ofthe visit, the ethnographic museum with a striking architecture from the '70s ( but I could be wrong, maybe it's even more recent) and great collections from all over the world. It's nothing like the rest of the Vatican museum. 5. Ostia antica and if it is summer a trip to the sea (by car or by local train) for an aperitif on the beach, if it's winter Villa Adriana in Tivoli (by local train) Have fun! over 7 years ago