Old Roma, Rome
About Old Roma, Rome
Old Roma, Rome
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Overview of Old Roma
On your visit to Rome, consider visiting Old Roma. Don't expect lot of visitors to Old Roma since it is not a popular tourist spot in Rome.
Local travel guides will amplify your fun in the city as they walk you around the major attractions. You can book Rome tours for such assistance.
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Getting around Old Roma, Rome
Take a Tram. The total distance will be 1.14 Kilometre costing EUR 2 and the duration of the trip will be 5 minutes.Public Transport : Tram - Subway
Choose Tram that takes you to Termini, costing you roughly EUR 2, taking around 5 minutes. From Termini, take a Subway to Colosseo and duration of trip is 3 minutes. Cost of this trip is EUR 2. The total distance between the two points is 2.59 Kilometre.Taxi
Best transit method is Taxi. The distance is 2.96 Kilometre, costing around EUR 9. The duration of the trip is 4 minutes.Walk
On foot. The distance is 1.87 Kilometre and time to reach is approximately 22 minutes.Cycle
The most preferred mode of transport is Cycle. The transit will take around 20 minutes, covering a distance of 4.28 Kilometre. The trip will cost you roughly EUR 1.
Suggested transit method is Subway. The distance between the points being 6.19 Kilometre, the time taken for the journey is 12 minutes. The expense of the trip is EUR 2.Public Transport : Bus
The most preferred mode of transport is Bus from Termini. The transit will take around 17 minutes, covering a distance of 4.99 Kilometre. The trip will cost you roughly EUR 2.Public Transport : Train
Take a Train. The total distance will be 11.91 Kilometre costing EUR 5 and the duration of the trip will be 19 minutes.Car
It is recommended to take Car which will cost you roughly USD 1, taking around 10 minutes. The distance between the two points is 6.09 Kilometre.Towncar
Best transit method is Towncar. The distance is 6.09 Kilometre, costing around EUR 33. The duration of the trip is 10 minutes.Walk
On foot. The distance is 5.69 Kilometre and time to reach is approximately 68 minutes.Cycle
The most preferred mode of transport is Cycle. The transit will take around 27 minutes, covering a distance of 5.88 Kilometre. The trip will cost you roughly EUR 1.
Take a Subway. The total distance will be 2.13 Kilometre costing EUR 2 and the duration of the trip will be 3 minutes.Public Transport : Bus
It is recommended to take Bus from Principe Eugenio/Manzoni, which will cost you roughly EUR 2, taking around 12 minutes. The distance between the two points is 3.22 Kilometre.Taxi
Best transit method is Taxi. The distance is 3.94 Kilometre, costing around EUR 11. The duration of the trip is 7 minutes.Towncar
Suggested transit method is Towncar. The distance between the points being 3.94 Kilometre, the time taken for the journey is 7 minutes. The expense of the trip is EUR 33.Walk
It is recommended to walk. The distance is around 3.47 Kilometre and it will take around 42 minutes to reach the place on foot.Cycle
Take a Cycle. The total distance will be 4.93 Kilometre costing EUR 1 and the duration of the trip will be 22 minutes.
Old Roma, Rome Reviews - Write a Review
I liked Old Roma - my friend and I stayed there for a week in the beginning of March and enjoyed this clean little place. The owner of the B&B, Bernard, was quite attentive - he met us when we arrived, informed us on the discounts in the museums, helped us with figuring out the map and transport. At times it did feel like Bernard was a bit too talkative and sometimes kept us chatting longer than we wanted to, but when we understood this way of his, we just informed him nicely that we were in a hurry and went on. He can be a little too communicative, but it has its pluses too. The place is small but clean, the room was cleaned daily and the towels were changed regularly too, so it was nice. The place is a walking distance from the center of Rome, reasonably priced. We did not want the breakfast and asked for a little discount, which was kindly given to us. There is a grocery shop and a market not far, the B&B has an old computer with slow internet connection, but there is an internet point downstairs, which is cheap and handy. To my mind, it is good value for money.
Old Roma is a strange place - ticked all our boxes (clean, en-suite, central, reasonably priced) but we felt very uncomforable staying there for one reason - the owner (Bernard is his name) is very odd to say the least. There was no complaints about the B&B, a nice little 3 bed place, nothing wrong with the building itself. Just the guy is very odd, very invasive and doesn't respect your privacy. For example: We are a young couple who want to do our own thing. 'Breakfast' is a pastry at a local cafe that the owner takes you to. In our case, he would walk us there, order for us and then decided to sit with us, on our table, whilst we ate. I felt it was very very inappropriate and a real invasion of privacy. I want to have a nice breakfast with my girlfriend, by ourselves, enjoying our weekend away. I don't expect the B&B owner to accompany us there, sit at our table and then watch us eat! Also, on the first day we arrived a little early to see if we could check in and we were told the previous occupiers had the key, but should be back in a few minutes. We didn't really want to wait, we were happy to hit the sights and come back, but the owner insisted he take us to a cafe and you know, we didn't want to be rude. An hour later and we practically had to force our way out as this key still hadn't turned up and we didn't want to spend a day of our weekend sat in the B&B! Only later did we work out that he wanted us to wait because it then meant he could finish for the day instead of waiting for us to come back later and collect the key. Apart from this odd individual, Old Roma has a lot going for it. Rome is short on clean but well priced hotels in a central location, and I have no complaints about the cleanliness of the room, which is my usual pet hate. The area is a bit dodgy, which is our fault for not checking on google street view earlier - lots of a grafitti and a few homeless about, which wasn't great. But it is close to transport links, clean, has en-suite and at $70 a night is good value. I just won't go back there because I would prefer to only share my breakfast with someone if I invite them to sit down with me!
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