Flaminio Village Bungalow Park

Via Flaminia Nuova 821, Rome, Lazio, 00189, Italy | 3 star campground
Prices starting from $67.00
 

Travel Blogs from Rome

Day 2 in Rome

A travel blog entry by eva.brennan

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... was closed for restoration. You should have seen the look of disappointment on Isabelle’s face, it was one of the things she was really looking forward to in Rome.
The disappointment was short lived, as she noticed a nice horse and carriage nearby and forgot all about the ...

A Public Transport Adventure

A travel blog entry by royle

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Today the weather is even hotter, we left the campsite to go the 35Km by public transport. We caught the bus at the campsite at 09:15 to Bracciano where we caught the train to Rome which involved switching to the metro at one point, all in all with going the wrong direction on the metro it took the best part of 3 hours to get to the Colosseum Metro station which is right across from the Colosseum. Jan you let us down ...

Vatican City

A travel blog entry by oneluckygirl

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On one of our days in Rome we went to the Vatican City. It is the single smallest country of the world, and they have their own passports and mail systems. It is pretty much the country of Christianity. When we went there the Pope was speaking. He was the new one from Argentina, and there were huge crowds of people that came to see him. We watched for a bit, but he was speaking in Italian. We left to see the Vatican muesums. Since most people were watching the Pope, the museums ...

Center of the World

A travel blog entry by jordan_sarah

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... Walking around the outer shell gave us an idea of how efficient this structure would have been for people to get and out of. We learnt that the Romans were pretty twisted individuals and that each day had three sections to it. The first would be hunting demonstrations were a heap of men would slaughter which ever animals the Romans had just brought back from their latest campaigns, or there would just be animals fighting each other. Supposedly their favourite was giraffe ...

Surrounded by History

A travel blog entry by salevine

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... was highly recommended and we reserved a spot in a group tasting at 5pm. The tastings have 16 slots, but only 4 people signed up for ours. Our hostess said most of her bookings were full lately, so we felt really lucky. Our hostess was a German who moved to Italy and is a professional wine educator. Our seminar classmates were two middle aged women, long time friends from the US and Canada who were traveling Italy together and going to wine fairs, tastings ...

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Location

This 3 star campground, located in the Tor di Quinto area of Rome, is near Grotta di Bossea, Ponte Milvio, Villa Ada, and Bastia.
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    3.50 of 5 stars Very Good