Sotto La Cupola Guest House

Address: Via Cardinal Agliardi 15, Rome, Lazio, 00165, Italy | Hotel
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This hotel, located in the Trastevere/Aventine area of Rome, is near St. Peter's Basilica (Basilica di San Pietro), Vatican area, Vatican, and Teatro Ghione.
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Day 14 - Rome

A travel blog entry by craig_ang on Sep 14, 2014

1 comment, 7 photos

... ago. The Villa used to be owned by one of the Popes. The village of Tivoli was crowded by many locals with today being Sunday. The local market was in the main piazza and we enjoyed a bite to eat and also bought some prosciutto and grapes at one of the stalls. Craig's Italian is improving every day! We returned to Rome about 1pm and had 2 hours free before our ...

Roman drivers

A travel blog entry by lindaseuroblog on May 14, 2014

2 comments, 2 photos

Well after finally getting through the airport about 3 hours after we landed, we went to get a shuttle bus to the Termini in town where we were told we could walk to our accommodation. A hire car hawker was there and offered us the trip for 40 Euro. Way more than the $28 the shuttle would have cost us, but we were exhausted from fighting with Angry Russian Women so we decided to just take it and go. We went out and were ushered into a minivan, then the driver ...

The Eternal City will forever be in my <3

A travel blog entry by vacationista on Sep 01, 2013

4 photos

... discover Rome on a budget with vintage shops, piazza cafes and walks along the moat of the Castel, and the privileged luxurious traveller can shop with glam through the streets near the Spanish Steps.
This Eternal city has eternally captured my travelling soul and triggered my wanderlust. I hope it captivates yours. Ruins – the term that describes Rome’s charm – they weren’t built in a day, and are definitely not a catastrophe.



A travel blog entry by lapower on Aug 09, 2013

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... Church - who has its own city known of course as The Vatican.

The walking tour included:
Trevi Fountain: Built in 1752 to honor neptune and the tritons (gods of the sea). The Trevi Fountain is said to bring eternal happiness to those who throw coins over their left shoulder with their right hand. On average €3000 is thrown in every day.

The Pantheon: Over 2000 years old, the pantheon is one of the most amazing pieces of ...

Vatican City and Rome

A travel blog entry by reenashah on Jun 23, 2013

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... one so we went to the Rome airport. We arrived around 5am and checked in and got our Visas checked. We waited at the terminal for about 2 hours and all of us were just so exhausted. We landed in Brussels Charleroi airport and went outside to get on the shuttle that brought us there a few days ago. Unfortunately, there were strikes going on (typical Europe) so the bus never came and we were stranded for about an hour. Finally, I convinved a taxi driver ...