La Rosetta

Tours for La Rosetta

Show More
Powered by Booking.com
Hotel Re Testa From USD 64.19 /Night
?php echo $hotel['name']; ?> Book Now
Hotel Il Villino From USD 60.9 /Night
?php echo $hotel['name']; ?> Book Now
B&b Hotel Roma Trastevere From USD 66.38 /Night
?php echo $hotel['name']; ?> Book Now
Show More

About La Rosetta, Rome

Overview of La Rosetta

La Rosetta lies in the city of Rome in Italy. Although listed here, La Rosetta is not one of the most visited sightseeing places in Rome.

Generally, tourists prefer visiting top attractions of Rome like Colosseum, St Peters Basilica, Pantheon, Arcibasilica Di San Giovanni In Laterano and Galleria Borghese. These are few of the top things to do in Rome.

Most of the Rome tours skip a visit to this place, but you can create your customized plan if you wish to visit La Rosetta.

More about Rome

To personalise your visit to the city, you can use an all-inclusive Rome trip planner for the same that will give detailed information about visiting the city.

Your worry of where to stay in Rome is sufficed by bunch of interesting and comfortable lodging options in the Rome like Hotel Re Testa, Hotel Il Villino and B&b Hotel Roma Trastevere.

There are plenty of ready-to-book Rome vacation packages available that will cover the major attractions, accommodation concerns including the prime one like how to reach Rome.

Address: Via della Rosetta, 8-9, 00186 Roma, Italy

Show on map

Timings: 12:00 pm - 11:00 pm Details

Added 23 times in trip plans

Try TripHobo Trip Planner

Book La Rosetta Tickets And Tours

Papal Audience Ticket at Vatican City
View Deal Papal Audience Ticket at Vatican City 406 Reviews | Duration: 3 hours 30 minutes From USD 28.7/person

Advance bookings are essential if you'd like to attend a Papal Audience with Pope Francis I at the Vatican. Papal Audience Tickets are free of charge but they are limited and you must have a confirmed reservation to attend. Book Papal Audience Ticket at Vatican City tour ahead and you won't waste precious vacation time whilst in Rome.

Pompeii and Amalfi Coast Semi-Private Day Trip from Rome
View Deal Pompeii and Amalfi Coast Semi-Private Day Trip fro... 1822 Reviews | Duration: 14 hours From USD 263.74/person

Take this incredible Rome day trip to the Amalfi Coast, and discover the dreamy coastal scenery that typifies this stunning area of southern Italy. Spend time at leisure in the picture-perfect towns of Amalfi and Positano, and then head to the UNESCO World Heritage Site of Pompeii –the ancient town that was blanketed beneath a sea of Mount Vesuvius’ volcanic ash for centuries.

Numbers are limited to seven on this small-group tour, ensuring you’ll enjoy personalized attention from your guide.

Rome by Night Walking Tour
View Deal Rome by Night Walking Tour 537 Reviews | Duration: 3 hours From USD 31.73/person

Step back in time to the days of the Roman Empire on this 3-hour walking tour of Rome by night. Discover top city attractions such as the Trevi Fountain, Piazza Navona and the Pantheon. Wander beneath Ancient Roman ruins at the Forum on Capitoline Hill, and marvel at the mighty Colosseum. The perfect pre-dinner activity, this 3-hour guided walking tour is the ideal introduction to Rome's famous sights and nighttime ambiance. Experience the romance and beauty of Rome as the sun sets and the evening lights illuminate the city.

Tuscany in One Day Sightseeing Tour from Rome
View Deal Tuscany in One Day Sightseeing Tour from Rome 1190 Reviews | Duration: 13 hours From USD 136.41/person

See the very best of Tuscany on a full-day trip from Rome! Traveling to the stunning Val d'Orcia region, south of Siena, you'll be introduced to a beautiful landscape where medieval towns cling to sunny hills and rustic farms adorn the countryside. With an expert guide, you'll visit Montelpulciano, Montalcino and the UNESCO World Heritage-listed Pienza, sampling fine wines and local delicacies as you go!

Getting around La Rosetta, Rome

Public Transport : Bus

Suggested transit method is Bus from C.So Vittorio Emanuele/S. A. Della Valle. The distance between the points being 2.22 Kilometre, the time taken for the journey is 7 minutes. The expense of the trip is EUR 2.

Public Transport : Bus

The most preferred mode of transport is Bus from Ponte Vittorio Emanuele. The transit will take around 7 minutes, covering a distance of 1.59 Kilometre. The trip will cost you roughly EUR 2.

Car

Take a Car. The total distance will be 2.97 Kilometre costing flexible amount and the duration of the trip will be 5 minutes.

Walk

You can reach St Peters Basilica on foot. The distance is 2.26 Kilometre and it will take around 27 minutes.

Cycle

Best transit method is Cycle. The distance is 1.73 Kilometre, costing around EUR 1. The duration of the trip is 10 minutes.

Public Transport : Bus

The most preferred mode of transport is Bus from Rinascimento. The transit will take around 8 minutes, covering a distance of 2.13 Kilometre. The trip will cost you roughly EUR 2.

Taxi

Take a Taxi. The total distance will be 3.96 Kilometre costing EUR 11 and the duration of the trip will be 6 minutes.

Walk

You can reach Colosseum on foot. The distance is 2.07 Kilometre and it will take around 25 minutes.

Cycle

Best transit method is Cycle. The distance is 1.31 Kilometre, costing around EUR 1. The duration of the trip is 8 minutes.

Car

Suggested transit method is Car. The distance between the points being 1.34 Kilometre, the time taken for the journey is 2 minutes. The expense of the trip is flexible amount.

Walk

It is recommended to walk. The distance is around 0.13 Kilometre and it will take around 2 minutes to reach the place on foot.

Share your experience - Rate La Rosetta, Rome

user-pics
Google+
  • We weren't much restaurant people in Rome, but we did splurge on a few futile attempts at a really good restaurant meal. I loved our table here on a street where we so frequently walked, looking off, at least on one side, at the Pantheon. The service was super nice and unobtrusively attentive. The seafood dishes were skimpy and rather nose-bleedingly expensive, but nice quality and well-made. There may be just a touch of sour grapes in my three stars here that would have been mitigated by being ready and willing to spend 100 more euros than we did. It's more of an all in and forget about the price kind of place. We finished with a cheese plate that was the last in a long line of Roman Cheese plates and, at this swanky restaurant, ultimately confirmed our accidental investigation: The Romans, for all their many virtues, don't know the first thing about cheese and don't much care unless one is cooking something with it. I can't recommend La Rosetta unless you're oozing money, like the look of the place, and really want some reliably very good seafood. But if all of those are in play, I can.

    Read more
  • This was easily the worst restaurant that we ate at in Rome. The oysters were okay, but two of them were spoiled. We had to spit them out. When we pointed it out, the chef came out and said it happens with oysters and there is nothing that can be done. Our total bill was 235 euro. They knocked it down to 200 based on the bad oysters. The meal was not nearly as good as we generally received in Rome for half of the money. Do not waste your money if you are looking for a good seafood meal. I honestly don't understand the ratings from other people, unless this restaurant has gone downhill dramatically since the reviews that I read.

    Read more
  • Beautiful patio area- food was excellent as well. Would definitely recommend the tiramisu- it was phenomenal! Waitress was helpful and spoke some English, as it appears many people do in Rome!

  • Good food but service was too bad that we cannot imagine. They served the wrong wine and they brought all the plates together and attitude was so bad. If you dont care about the service go there.

  • Wasn't a great fit for us. I have a mild shellfish intolerance, so there are times I need adjustments to the tasting menu at a restaurant. Unfortunately, La Rosetta was not able to accommodate. It was understandable, given how shellfish heavy they said the tasting menu would be. So instead we opted for a whole Sea Bream prepared traditionally. Very simple, very fresh tasting fish. It was enjoyable, but at the same time extremely expensive for what it was. Another diner near us seemed to really enjoy the tasting menu, so I wouldn't write this restaurant off if that's what you intend to go for. Amuse-bouche and appetizers were good, though I forget the specifics. Our champagne was phenomenal. Central location in Rome is nice. Extremely close to the Pantheon, though at best some of the outdoor tables have a partial view from the side street La Rosetta is tucked away on.

    Read more
Read all reviews