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Title: ROMA ROMA ROMA


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ROMA ROMA ROMA
Presented by Katie Mechler
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Objectives
  • To have an understanding of the layout of Rome.
  • To become aware of the famous sites to see
    within the city.
  • To learn of some great restaurants to try no
    matter your budget.

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Italy

The City of Rome
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Must Sees of Rome

St. Peters Basilica and Square
Sistine Chapel
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Must Sees of Rome
Forum
Pantheon
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Must Sees of Rome
Baths of Caracalla
Trevi Fountain
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Must Sees of Rome
Here are just a few of the recommended sites to
visit while in the Eternal City…
  • Rome
  • Forum
  • Pantheon
  • Baths of Caracalla
  • St Peter's Basilica
  • Vatican museums
  • Sistine Chapel
  • San Giovanni in Laterano
  • Trevi Fountain
  • Colosseum
  • Domus Aurea
  • Spanish Steps
  • Off the Beaten Path
  • Tarquinia
  • Cerveteri
  • Etruscan Museum
  • Ostia Antica
  • Tivoli

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Events
  • Holy Week- the most important week in the Roman
    Catholic religion. Millions of Catholic make
    pilgrimages to the city each year to hear the
    popes address.
  • Good Friday- there is a procession of the cross
    from Colosseum to Capitlone Hill.
  • Summer Festivals-
  • -Jazz at the Villa Celimontana
  • -Along the River- north bank of the Tiber where
    there is volleyball, in-line skating, and art
    shows.
  • -Festa di Noantri- art shows, crafts, and food
    venders fill Trastevere
  • Public Holidays
  • 6 January - Epiphany March/April - Easter
    Monday 25 April - Liberation Day 1 May - Labour
    Day 29 June - Feast of Sts Peter Paul 15 August
    - Feast of the Assumption 1 November - All
    Saints' Day 8 December - Feast of the Immaculate
    Conception 25 December - Christmas Day 26
    December - Feast of Santo Stefano

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Cheap Restaurants
  • Want good food at cheap prices?
  • Fodors top six restaurants for under 13Eur are
  • Dal Toscano-under 13Eur to 18 Euro- Tuscan
    tratorria near the Vatican that is famous for its
    grilled meat like pork and lamb chops.
  • Dar Poeta-under 13Euro- a popular pizzeria with
    locals, and they claim to make a pizza that is
    easier to digest than others.
  • Grappolo DOro-under 13Euro and 18Euro- featured
    in the New Yorker in an article on classic Roman
    tratorrias. Even with the publicity, the owners
    serve everything the way the customer wants it.
  • Il Leoncino-under 13 Euro- expect to wait in line
    for a slice of pizza at this fluorescent lit
    pizzeria, its also open for lunch.
  • La Soffitta-under 13Euro-hottest spot for
    Neopolitan pizza and is the only pizzeria
    certified by the Neaopolitan Pizza Association.
  • Remo-under 13Euro- a favorite of locals and
    students, expect classic Roman pizza and a good
    conversation.

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Middle Price Restaurants
  • Fodors top six restaurants in a middle price
    range
  • 1. Alberto Ciarla- 18Euro to 23Euro- famous for
    fish, but there are 6 other menus that feature
    different meats, pasta dishes, and deserts.
  • 2. Cesare- 13Euro-23Euro- near the Vatican most
    known for its cured meats.
  • 3. Myosotis- 13Euro to 23Euro- located near the
    Pantheon and focuses on freshness rather than
    elaborate presentation, its pasta is made by hand
    daily, winning the restaurant many praises.
  • 4. Osteria DellAngelo- 18Euro to 23Euro- order
    family size portions with large groups and try a
    little of everything Roman. Reservations are
    necessary.
  • 5. Papa Baccus- 18Euro to 23Euro- Romes best
    Tuscan restaurant that focuses on new fish dishes
    after mad-cow disease hurt business. Reservations
    are essential.
  • 6. Taverna Angelica- 13Euro to 18Euro- situated
    near St. Peters Basilica and only has twenty
    seats which allows the chef to make sure each
    dish is done to perfection. Reservations are
    necessary.

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Expensive Restaurants
  • Fodors top three nicest and most expensive
    restaurants
  • Il Simposio Di Constantini- 18Euro to over
    23Euro- a classy wine bar and restaurant with a
    wrought-iron and velvet décor and extensive menu,
    not to mention 30 different wines.
  • La Pergola- over 23Euro- the rooftop restaurant
    in the Cavalieri Hilton on top of Monte Mario has
    a romantic environment along with one of the best
    chefs in Rome. Reservations are essential and so
    is a coat and tie.
  • La Rosetta- over 23Euro- this is the place to go
    for fresh fish in Rome, whether you order a
    simple appetizer, a full course, or try a
    home-made dessert, the food will be excellent.
    Reservations are essential.

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Sites to Visit to help plan your Trip
  • http//www.romeguide.it/FrameSeting.html
  • http//www.initaly.com/regions/latium/latium.htm
  • http//www.fodors.com/miniguides/mgresults.cfm?des
    tinationrome_at_130
  • http//www.lonelyplanet.com/destinations/europe/ro
    me/

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