Cartari

Address: Via dei Cartari 6, Rome, Lazio, 00186, Italy | Condo
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Location

This condo, located in the Historic Center area of Rome, is near Via Giulia, Chiesa Nuova, Via dei Banchi Vecchi, and Teatro dell'Orologio.
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Travel Blogs from Rome

Facts About Rome from Wikipedia 2

A travel blog entry by wilson.lim on Dec 29, 2014

... historic centre is divided into 22 rioni, all of which are located within the Aurelian Walls except Prati and Borgo.


These originate from the Regiones of ancient Rome, which evolved in the Middle Ages into the medieval ...

Getting My Bearings

A travel blog entry by aschneider on Aug 20, 2014

3 comments

... hitch. One stop later, I was reminded that all is not as idyllic as my first days lead me to believe. I was standing near the door and watching people board, noticing a couple of boys about 9 years of age. A handful of seconds later, an older gentleman is yelling at them and chases them off the car, trying to grab his wallet back. Thankfully, he did and reboarded where his wife was waiting. Thankfully, it wasn't me who almost got pickpocketed. It left me ...

Rome can"t be seen in a day

A travel blog entry by megandave on Apr 10, 2014

2 comments, 12 photos

... while and visit the crypt while Vanessa the boys and me set out on a mission to see the Sistine Chapel – (after all you can’t come to Rome and not see the Sistine Chapel) so we escort Vanessa to the Vatican Museum entry with the hopes of pulling off a cunning plan. It is now 3.30pm, the museums close their entries at 4pm and no doubt had a long line if the church is anything to go by. However, the actual museum is still open for viewing until 6pm, ...

Rome via Naples

A travel blog entry by kitchin on Nov 04, 2013

2 comments, 14 photos

... us via the main public areas including the gymnasium and segregated bath houses and buildings for bureaucracy and cooperative trading as Pompeii was a major trading and shipping town. Great fun.

The day included a drive along the incredibly windy roads of the Amalfi coast to see Positano from a vantage point above (large buses are now exempt from entered the town, shame) and ...

Last Day

A travel blog entry by holdfast on Nov 01, 2013

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... their hoses whilst in various forms of undress. Fire hoses that is. Well I saw a different type of calendar today. This one was a Priest's calendar. Now you might think that they would be older gentleman looking all serene and pious. No. They were all young Italian priests that had obviously manscaped the stubble and done the coiffure. Alas they all had their priestly robes on but I couldn't help but laugh. Another strange sight we saw was ...