We will be in Rome next week. I'd like to find a family friendly restaurant *near* Piazza Navona. Ideally not right on the Piazza - we'd like it to be a bit quieter and not filled with tourists. Recommendations?
I will be staying in Piazza Navona and want to travel to Florence, Italy . I'm assuming that the best way is via one of the trains - does anybody know which train station is closest to PIazza Navona? Any recommendations on which train company to take?Thanks,- Ed
We are spending 1 day & 1night at a hotel on the edge of Piazza Navona Oct. 5 (before we fly home). As it is a Sunday, was wondering if there would be any activity in the Piazza & the area. Does everything close down on a Sunday?
Any thoughts on relais navona 71? We stayed at the relais trevi 41 last time in Rome and loved it. I loved piazza navona and we need hotel for one night before heading to the port for a cruise. Any other recommendations around the piazza?
We love street markets and vendors and to stoll in the evenings? We are booked up by the Piazza del Polola and it seems to far north; do you think we shoudl move to the Navona area or closer to trevi Fountain? Ideas are so very much appreciated!!!!
I'm looking into booking a few nights in RomeLooking at the forums I'm keen on choosing between hotels in Prati, or near Pantheon or piazza NavonaThe latter two areas arent a choice when selecting areas- what else could they be called?Any recommendation on which area best as a base for 2 co...
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