罗马指南: 旅游信息


在我们的罗马指南,你会找到如何到达罗马、如何乘坐公共交通工具、一些实用信息和罗马在哪儿购物的提示信息。此外,我们还推荐一些知名相关网站,我们认为对于那些有到罗马度假或工作计划的客人非常有用

  •  旅游信息 
  •  如何到达罗马 
  •  参观罗马 
  •  意大利有传统节日 
  •  罗马天气 
  •  实用信息 
  •  罗马购物  



有用的信息


罗马的旅游信息 - 主要介绍新近发生的罗马事件,由罗马政府旅游局提供
罗马天气 - 由美国有线新闻网CNN提供最近将来5天的天气预报
罗马地图、罗马交通地图 - 由Multimap出版社出版
罗马立体公共交通网1 - ATAC官方网站 ,用来查询公交路线、路程远近等
罗马公共交通2 - 可以查询在地铁与公共汽车之间如何换车
火车总站 - 罗马的中央车站网站
意大利火车 - 意大利国铁网的地址
罗马机场, - 从两个罗马机场,Fiumicino和Ciampino的有用信息
060608 - 查询罗马展览与表演的网站,可以网上购买门票,网站由罗马市政府管理
朋友在罗马 - 专门针对游客的需求组成的旅游组织,从“个人购物”的自行车之旅,到带孩子们游览

博物馆和纪念碑


"古罗马集市", - 官方网站论坛,是考古领域官方网站
梵蒂冈 - 梵蒂冈的官方网站
卡皮托利尼博物馆 - 该博物馆官方网站卡皮托利尼
基督教的地下墓穴 - 历史和在罗马的地下墓穴信息
贝佳斯广场, - 广场博尔盖塞和科西尼官方网站和Palazzo巴贝里尼和斯帕达
Maxxi, 新美术馆的二十一世纪的扎哈哈迪德设计网站
博物馆迪罗姆帕尔,Braschi - 引导并于宫Braschi博物馆信息
迪山庄博物馆Nazionale大街Etrusco朱利亚,, 是伊特鲁里亚遗迹保存最好的收藏地之一
宫殿Ruspoli- 安排展览信息
现代艺术广场, - 提供国家美术 馆GNAM信息
MACRO - 市当代艺术博物馆
阿皮亚古代公园 - 最近正在修复当中
勘探 - 儿童博物馆

罗马指南 : 如何到达罗马


罗马机场


The main airport, Leonardo da Vinci (also known as Fiumicino), is located 26km (15 miles) southwest of the city center.
A train (Leonardo Express) runs between the airport and the central railroad station, Stazione Termini. It operates every 30 minutes between the hours of 5:52 am and 10:52 pm. The trip takes 30 minutes and costs 14,00 euros.
There is also a Regional train that runs between 5:57 am and 10:57 pm from the airport to the local stations of Trastevere, Ostiense and Tiburtina and costs 8,00 euros.
There is a night bus from the airport to the train station in Tiburtina. This is NOT the main train station, Stazione Termini but it does make a stop at Termini Station.
During the day there is a private bus line that runs from Fiumicino airport to Termini Station and also to Piazza Cavour in both directions. Service is provided by the SitbusShuttle company and costs 8,00 euros. Their Timetable is on their website.

During the day the cost of a taxi from the airport is the sum of what the meter reads plus a supplement of 7.23 euros plus a charge of 1.03 euros for each piece of luggage. The total cost runs between 30-40 euros.

There is a fixed (flat rate) fee for taxis going between the city (defined as inside the Aurelian Walls) and Fiumicino airport. The fixed fee to & from Fiumicino is 48 euros.

The secondary airport serving Rome is Ciampino, about 20 km (12 miles) southeast of the center city. Ciampino mainly serves charter flights.

ATRAL buses run every 40 minutes from Ciampino to the ANAGNINA stop of Subway Line A (price:1,20 euro). ATRAL buses reach also Termini Station (price 4,50 euros).
There are 2 other buses running from Ciampino to Termini Station: the SitbusShuttle (6,00 euros) and the Terravision (8,00 euros).

A taxi from Ciampino to the center city costs approximately 30-40 euros.
There is a fixed (flat rate) fee for taxis going between the city (defined as inside the Aurelian Walls) and Ciampino Airport. The fixed fee to & from Ciampino is 30 euros.

Airports of Rome web site
Timetable of Cotral buses from and to Ciampino

罗马火车


Trains run from both the central Railroad Station, Stazione Termini, and the Tiburtina Station to all the major cities in Italy and throughout Europe. The high speed trains ("Freccia Rossa" and "Freccia Argento") are the fastest.  Following those in descending order of speed are the Eurostar trains, the Intercity trains and the slowest, the local trains. For the High Speed and Eurostar trains you must buy a ticket and reserve a seat before boarding. Tickets may be purchased at the stations (although there can be very long lines); at most travel agencies at no extra fee; or on-line at the TrenItalia web site. If you use the on-line ticketing you will have to register and pay with a credit card. Your tickets will be waiting for you on the train. Tickets may also be purchased from abroad by calling the Italian call center at 0039-06- 684-75475. From the USA the complete dialing number is: 011-39-06-684-75475.



Buses to other cities in Italy

Buses to other Italian cities and to other European destinations leave from in front of the Tiburtina train station. This is not Rome's main train station, Stazione Termini.

Getting around in Rome


Transportation in the Eternal City: Buses, metro, taxis, scooters e cars

Public Transportation

Rome has an extensive integrated public transportation system, which includes buses, subways, trams and a suburban train network.


Subways

There are two subway lines, A and B.
Line A runs east to west from Battistini to Anagnina and stops at many tourist sites such as the Vatican, Piazza di Spagna, Piazza Barberini and Piazza del Popolo, Termini Station, St. John's Basilica.
The B Line runs northeast to southwest from Rebibbia to Laurentina near EUR in the south. It stops at sites such as the Coloseum, Circo Massimo, and St. Paul's Basilica. It connects the three main railroad stations: Stazione Tiburtina, Stazione Termini and Stazione Ostiense.
Both lines run from Sunday to Thursday from 5.30 a.m. to 11.30 p.m., and until 1.30 a.m. on Friday and Saturday.
Both lines intersect at Stazione Termini.

Special Tourist Services

Roma Pass
The Municipality of Rome instituted the Roma Pass Program. This Pass costs 30 euros and is valid for three days including the day it is validated. It entitles the holder to:
- full access to the public transportation system
-free admission to the first two museums and/or archaeological sites visited
- reduced tickets and discounts to many other museums and sites (after the first 2 free admissions) as well as to exhibitions, musical events, theatrical and dance performances and other tourist services.
The Roma Pass comes with a Kit that includes the public transportation ticket, a map of the city illustrating the location of Tourist Information Centers, Underground stations, museums and sites of interest including addresses, phone numbers, hours of operation and directions.
Also included in the Kit is the Roma Pass Guide, the complete list of museums & sites of interest that have joined the initiative and the Roma News, the program of events and tourist services that are eligible for discounts.
Roma Pass can be purchased from all museums and sites that have joined the Program and from Tourist Information Centers in the Municipality of Rome.


The 110 Open Tourist Bus: begins at the Stazione Termini (the main Railroad Station) and goes to all the major historical and artistic sights of the city giving passengers a unique, spectacular view of the city as it passes close by the main archaeological sites and monuments such as the Colosseum, Bocca della Verit, Trevi Fountain, St. Peters & Ara Pacis. It allows you to hop on/off at any of the stops. It operates between 8:30 am and 7:00 pm. The ticket can be purchased on the bus, costs 20 euros (18 euros for those over 65) and is valid for 48 hours.


The Archeobus travels through the center of Rome and then along the Park of Via Appia Antica. It operates between 9:00 am and 4:30 pm. The ticket can be purchased on the bus, costs 12 euros and is valid for 48 hours.

Purchase tickets for both buses and there is a special reduced rate ticket for 25 euros.
Both of these tour lines offer discount tickets to many Rome museums.



Bus

There are buses to almost everywhere in greater Rome. The ATAC local buses serve the city center and most nearby suburbs. The city buses are an excellent way around Rome especially to places not served by the subway lines. The Express Lines cover longer distances and make fewer stops but run frequently. Another bus service, COTRAL, serves the outer suburbs and outlying regional areas but run less frequently.

From 12 am (midnight) until 6 am there are special Night Lines which cover different areas of the city and run approximately every 20 minutes.

Fares

There is a single fare structure and ticketing system allowing you to travel on buses, trams, trains and the metro with the same ticket.

There are five types of tickets for the buses and subways:

1. BIT - Integrated Single Ticket
A BIT ticket costs 1,50 euro and can be used on all buses, subways and trams in Rome. This ticket allows 100 minutes of travel after the initial validation on the buses and trams and only for 1 ride on the subway or 1 ride on an urban train or on trains to Ostia or Sacrofano.

2. BIG - Integrated Daily Ticket
A BIG ticket costs 6 euros and is a good deal if you're planning a lot of sightseeing. The day pass can be used for unlimited rides until midnight on the day on which the ticket is validated. It is accepted on ATAC buses and trams, the subway, COTRAL buses, urban trains and regional trains in the city limits.

3. BTI - Integrated Touristic Ticket
A BTI ticket costs 16,50 euros and allows use of all buses, subways, city trains, regional trains and trams in Rome for 3 days including the day of validation.

4. CIS - Integrated Weekly Pass
The CIS ticket costs 24 euros and can be used for 7 days. It is basically a weekly version of the BIG ticket above. It permits unlimited travel on all Roman buses and subways, city trains and regional trains, in the city limits.

5. Monthly Pass
If you are going to be in Rome more than a week, consider the MONTHLY PERSONAL PASS. It can be used on all buses, subways and other city trains. This pass works basically the same way as the daily or weekly pass and is valid for one calendar month. Monthly passes can be bought at metro and train stations until the 5th of the month. If you want a travel pass later in the month it is usually better value to buy weekly passes.
The Monthly Pass comes in two types: 1) the personal pass and 2) the non-personal pass.
- The personal pass is the cheapest option at 35 euros. However, it identifies the purchaser and can only be used by the purchaser.
- The non-personal monthly pass costs 53 euros but can be used by anyone for the duration of the pass.
Children up to 10 years of age can travel free of charge on Rome's public transportation when accompanied by a parent.

Metrebus web site



Taxis

Taxis are quite expensive in Rome. The easiest way to get a taxi is to find the nearest taxi stand. In the center city they can be found at the main squares or piazzas such as Piazza Venezia, Piazza Argentina, Piazza San Silvestro, Piazza Barberini, Stazione Termini, etc. During the rush hour (4pm-8pm), as in all cities, it can be difficult to find a taxi. Taxis can be radio paged but remember that you'll pay for the time it takes to get to you not just from the time you enter the cab. There is a fixed (flat rate) fee for taxis going between the city (defined as inside the Aurelian Walls) and the two airports, Fiumicino and Ciampino.  The fixed fee to & from Fiumicino is 48 euros and to & from Ciampino is 30 euros.

The main radio-taxi network telephone numbers are: 063570; 0688177; 064994; 066645; and 064157.

Licensed taxis are all white and have a taxi sign on the roof of the car as well as their license number inside the car. In every official taxi there is a card that explains - in English - the extra charges for luggage, late-night travel, Sunday and holiday travel, and airport journeys. Always make sure the meter is switched on. Be careful of unlicensed and illegal taxi drivers who approach you at the train station or the airport. They will often ask for additional fees at the end of the trip.



Bicycles and Scooters

Bicycles and scooters may be rented at various locations in the center city as well as in the parks. We recommend that you ride bicycles only in the parks. We also strongly recommend that you not rent scooters in the city unless you are a very experienced scooter driver. Even then be aware that managing Roman traffic is a very difficult task as Roman drivers have (being kind) their own driving techniques. They have often been called "the most kamikaze-style drivers in the world."



Driving

Many things have been said of driving in Italy. Suffice it to say that it can be quite difficult. You should avoid driving in the larger cities and you will find that it is usually easier to use public transportation or taxis. If you insist on driving in Rome, keep in mind that in a large section of the center city (Centro Storico) private cars are not allowed unless you are a resident. There are approximately 7 zones of the city in which access is specially controlled and the times of day and night vary in each zone. Parking is metered in much of the city, available spaces are limited and difficult to find, and costs 1 euro per hour (4 euro/8 hours). We again strongly recommend that you do not drive in Rome unless it is absolutely necessary or you have a Roman in the car with you.

If you are traveling to other parts of Italy and wish to do so by car, rent your car at the end of your stay in Rome. All the international firms are represented here; Avis, Hertz, Europcar, etc.

Keep in mind that driving in any major city in Italy; Rome, Florence, Naples, Milan, etc., is very difficult. Most of the points of interest for the tourist are in the historical center of the cities.



意大利有传统节日


National holidays and some local Roman celebrations


The following is information on holidays observed throughout Italy as well as some only in the city of Rome.


1月1日

New Year's Day

主显节 1月6日

Epiphany - this marks the end of the Christmas/New Year's holidays.

复活节,复活节后的星期一, 4月初

Easter Monday - in Italy, the Monday following Easter is a holiday.

25 April

Liberation Day.

5月1日

Labor Day.

共和国成立纪念日 6月2日

Republic Day.

圣徒彼得和保罗的盛宴 6月29日

Feast of Saints Peter & Paul (only in Rome) - celebration of Rome's patron saints.

八月节 8月15日

Feast of the Assumption (Ferragosto) - second only to Christmas, this is one of Italy's most important holidays.

万圣节 11月2日

All Saints' Day.

圣母无原罪 12月8日

Feast of the Immaculate Conception.

圣诞节 12月25日

Christmas - during the Chirstmas holidays in Rome you can enjoy concerts in many of Rome's churches , most free of charge as well as a stroll through the stands set up at Piazza Navona.

12月26日

St. Stephen (Santo Stefano)- the day after Christmas is also a holiday in Italy.



Weather in Rome


Rome is known for having comfortable weather throughout the year. Generally, the best months for traveling in Italy are April through October although July and August can be very hot. During the Spring months the weather is generally mild with average minimum temperatures between 47 & 56 F. (8 to 13 C.) and average maximum temperatures between 63 & 71 F. (17 to 21 C). There is some rain usually in the form of short showers. The weather in July and August can be very hot (between 83 and 99 F. (28 to 37 C). A mild wind blowing down from the hills, the Ponentino, helps refresh the summer evenings.


In August, especially during the last 2 weeks (known as Ferragosto), a high percentage of Romans (and all Italians) take their vacation closing many shops and restaurants. During August, Rome is a city full of tourists but with a limited number of establishments open.


From November to February the weather can get cold but it is very unusual for it to go below freezing. It very rarely snows in Rome and cloudy and rainy days never last more than 1-2 days.

实用信息 罗马


The following is useful information for the visitor to Rome, including bank opening hours, electricity, postal mail, emergency phone numbers, tourist information offices and newspaper stands.


Banks


In general, banks are open Monday through Friday from 8:30 am to 1:30 pm and in the afternoon from 2:45 to 3:45 pm or 3 to 4 pm. There are many money exchange offices throughout the city, which are open all day, 7 days a week. Banks and exchanges charge a commission and/or a fee.


Electricity


The electrical system in Italy is 220 volts. To use 120 volt appliances you need both a transformer and an adapter plug. Both of these can be purchased in electrical stores or travelers' shops before arriving in Italy (which is best) or in Italy after you arrive.


Mail


The quickest method to send Postcards and letters from Italy is to use Priority Mail. A postcard or letter of no more than 20 grams costs 0.62 euro to Europe (Zone 1); 0.80 euro to the United States, Canada, Africa and Asia (zone 2); and 1.0 euro to New Zealand and Australia (Zone 3). Regular mail service is also available to Zones 2 and 3 but it is not recommended because delivery can be quite slow.


Stamps can be purchased at all Post Offices and tobacco shops (tabacchi). Post Offices are open Mon - Fri from 9 am to 1:45 pm and Saturdays from 9 to 12.


A few main Offices such as in Pza San Silvestro, Pza Mazzini and on Via Marsala stay open in the afternoons on weekdays. For more detailed information you can check at www.posteitaliane.it, however, the site is only in Italian.


Public Assistance Phone numbers:

Police 113 (www.poliziadistato.it)

Carabinieri 112 (www.carabinieri.it)

Fire Dept. 115 (www.vigilfuoco.it)

Vigili Urbani (Traffic Policemen) 06 67691 (www.comune.roma.it)

Automobil Club Italia (ACI) For traffic info 803116 (www.aci.it)

Ambulance Services 118

Guardia medica (nights and week-ends) 06 58201030


Public phones accept coins, prepaid phone cards (scheda or carta telefonica) or both. Phone cards or international phone cards can be purchased at most tobacco shops or bars.


Tourist Information Centers


Tourist Information Centers operated by the Rome Tourist Agency are located at Leonardo da Vinci airport and at the main Railroad Station (Stazione Termini) in Rome.

The City of Rome has set up tourist office kiosks at many locations in the city to provide local information of interest to the tourist as he/she travels about the city. Among the many locations there are kiosks at the Railroad Station, in Via del Corso, Via Nazionale, Pza Sonnino in Trastevere, Pza San Giovanni, Santa Maria Maggiore and the Vatican.

A Tourist Hotline, 06-06-06, operates 24 hours a day and can provide helpful information. The website for Tourist Information for Rome and it's surroundings is www.turismoroma.it


Newspapers and Magazines

There are many kiosks and newsstands in the center city selling all kinds of newspapers and magazine. Newspapers from all over the world can be found at the newsstands in Pza San Silvestro and on the Via Veneto. The newsstands also sell bus tickets and prepaid phone cards for public and mobile phones.



罗马指南 : 购物


商店


除了位于市中心的商店一般从早上9:30开门营业以外,大部分罗马商店的开放时间通常是从上午9:00 到13:00,下午从16:00到19:30,中午有午休时间。
一般的食品店经营的时间为上午8:00 到13:30,下午从17:00到19:30。有些商店,如服装商店,每周一的上午停业;而食品店一般在周四下午不营业。罗马当地的小市场只在上午 7: 00 大约至14:00 开放,但随地可以找到周日照常营业的超市,在Termini火车站和Tiburtina火车站有两个全天24小时营业的便利店。
在夏季,罗马大部分的食品店直到周六下午才关门。每年的八月,大部分店铺至少关闭两周作为假期,时间长短由店主自定。


服装


最值得向您推荐的购物区是位于via del Corso 与 via del Babuino两条大街的交集地带,在这里,所有重要的世界级的时尚服装品牌、珠宝店、鞋店你都可以找得到,从阿马尼 Armani (via Condotti大街和 via del Babuino大街) 到华伦天奴Valentino (via Condotti 大街),米索尼Missoni, 杜嘉班纳Dolce & Gabbana,克里蒂亚Krizia(西班牙广场), 芬迪男装Fendi Uomo( via Borgognona大街),芬迪女装Fendi donna (在Largo Goldoni 豪华新总店),范思哲Versace (男装 via Borgognona 大街,女装 via Bocca di Leone), 普拉达Prada,古奇Gucci 和菲拉格慕 Ferragamo(Via Condotti大街),弗拉泰利·罗塞蒂 Fratelli Rossetti (意大利手工皮鞋著名品牌)和 托德斯Tod's 意大利著名的皮具品牌,以鞋和包见长 (via Borgognona大街), 艾特罗Etro (via del Babuino大街) 在 还有Bulgari、Cartier, Mont Blanc 和Swatch的珠宝店...还是在Condotti大街上,La Perla (床上家居用品和内衣) 和Battistoni (罗马最著名的古典服饰品牌之一,商店坐落于一个漂亮迷人的庭院内部)。

当您漫步在Via del Corso大街,千万不要忽略了两旁的小路,比如Via delle Carrozze, via della Croce 和 via Frattina: 虽然这些大街被牛仔裤,休闲,运动服装店淹没, 但仍然可以发现很多别致的小店,比如在via dell'Oca路上,就有一个叫Bomba的小店,是罗马最有名的精品店之一。

当您走向威尼斯广场的时候,也不能错过 Campo Marzio 和 Maddalena 地区, 在那儿您可以找到Cenci先驰品牌,另一个以英式古典风格著称的一流品牌的名字。

如果您想浏览一下儿百年老店的风采,可以去Via Minghetti大街7号Fratelli Viganò店,这家店开张于1873年,至今已有130多年的历史,主要出售各种款式的帽子和男装。

踏入Campo de' Fiori 地区和 Piazza Navona 广场的时候,可以发现众多的柳条工艺品店铺,从椅子到小篮小筐,数不胜数的一系列手工制作在今天仍然盛行。 在圣诞节期间,Piazza Navona广场常常举办糖果和玩具的小市场售卖活动。

在同一地区,转到另一个广场Argentina, 在via delle Botteghe Oscure 和 Ghetto大街,有很多面料商店。
在梵蒂冈一带,(在Via Cola di Rienzo, via Ottaviano, via Candia大街)仍是各类鞋店、服装店、家居用品,特色食品商店的聚集地。


古董和家居艺术品


朱利亚大街Via Giulia及街区,是罗马最美丽的街道之一,是给古董收藏爱好者和艺术爱好者的预留地,在这里每个人都能找到自己喜爱的艺术品。同样,在via del Babuino 大街 和 via Margutta大街上有很多画室, 因为直到六十年代末期这里一直是画家们的聚集地,至今可以发现很多艺术画廊和古董店。我们建议您去参观一下儿Alinari 画廊,地址是Via Alibert 大街 16号/a:展出了由佛罗伦萨贵族提供的本世纪初关于罗马的许多摄影复制品。

对于喜爱陶瓷、餐具、家居厨房饰品的爱好者而言,我们建议您去以下的商店里光顾一下儿: C.U.C.I.N.A. 厨房(地址:Via Mario de'Fiori 大街,65 号), D ³ (地址:Via della Pace大街), 'Gusto 品味(地址:P.zza Augusto Imperatore广场, 7号)当您身置其中的时候,除了欣赏陶器和食谱书籍以外, 您还可以享受到以上三种不同的场所提供给客户的特殊服务:酒吧、比萨饼店和餐厅,尤其是'Gusto深受罗马年轻雅皮士的喜爱,当然价格也比较贵。

在Via del Babuino大街上,有一家日本风格的很特别的概念店Tad,一个由两层楼构成的商店,展示衣物和家具,另外还有一个美发沙龙和一家餐馆, 餐馆的名字叫“minimalista 最低限度。”

千万不要错过 Leone Limentani 商店(地址:Via del Portico d'Ottavia, 47号), 这是提供给罗马家庭作为选择婚礼用品的地方:范围包括瓷器、玻璃器皿、 餐具以及那些可以用来美化你的餐桌的一切用品。


物美价廉的去处


没有必要总是去那些昂贵的地方。如果您喜欢热闹,如果您喜欢“淘宝”, 我们建议您去一些有趣的,一般只有当地人才会光顾的地方,如果您想花很少的钱, 却想在五颜六色的纷杂中挑到自己喜欢的东西,我们建议您去逛一下儿罗马有名的、经济实惠的商场 Mas,位于Termini火车站和 Piazza Vittorio 广场之间,地址是: Via dello Statuto, 11号,周日也正常开放。

如果您对买鞋有特别的热情,也喜欢早起的话,你可以去 Testaccio,在Piazza Testaccio广场上的市场里,有一个以卖女式 款鞋而知名的摊位。

千万不要忘了参观Porta Portese 周末市场,但要小心您的钱包,因为这里是小偷喜欢光顾的地方,在这里新旧物品井然有序地混合在一起:家具、新衣和旧衣、戏剧服装、 食品、鲜花、中国工艺品、俄罗斯鱼子酱和照相机、老唱片等等... 近年来,作为Porta Portese市场的补充,更多的周日小市场涌现出来,但他们大多致力于古董和现代作品, 最主要的是在靠近Parioli区的Borghetto Flaminio广场和Piazza Verdi广场。


书店


Feltrinelli,位于罗马阿根廷广场Piazza Argentina,是意大利最主要的图书出版社和书店之一,在新近装修的书店里存储着70,000多种不同的书籍,另外还有一 个独立的CD和多媒体产品专卖区。 Feltrinelli其他的分店设在Galleria Colonna 和 Via Emanuele Orlando大街 (对面是旅馆St. Regis Hotel),那里也常推介一 部分外文书籍。

对于夜猫子来说,图书馆Arion是个好去处,地址:Via Veneto 42号(是Arion12个连锁店之一)开放营业至午夜周五和周六. 除了正常的图书销售,在休息室酒吧区可以喝一 杯咖啡或浏览一些书和杂志。

相反,书店 Giunti al Punto , 地址:piazza SS. Apostoli广场,59/65号,提供了一个种类繁多的儿童文学天地。 罗马还有一个不错的书店在Via Nazionale大街254号,里面还有一个咖啡厅IBS。

书店Rotondi,一个特别的地方,对于痴迷于神秘学人士是个好去处(地址:via Merulana, 82号),在S.Maria Maggiore附近:一个狭小的空间却充满了占星术、东方宗教、 神秘学和稀有类书籍。


Outdoor and covered fresh vegetables markets


Campo de' Fiori is one the most scenic and celebrated local, outdoor, Italian markets most popular with tourists. It has served the people in this section of Rome for centuries. It has, however, become mainly a tourist attraction and food & other items are very expensive.
A taste of the true Roman market may be found in several other areas not far from the historic center:
- the Esquilino market in via Turati (near the train Station) has hundreds of counters full of fresh fruits, vegetables, fish, etc...that attracts people all year around from all over the world
- the Testaccio Market in Piazza del Mattatoio, near the Ostiense Train and Subway Station, is in one of the very historic districts of Rome in a newly built covered building
- the Cola di Rienzo Market in Piazza dell'Unità, near the Vatican Museum, is in a covered building located in one of the best shopping areas of Rome
- the Trionfale Market, located near the Vatican Museum in via Andrea Doria in a new covered building, is one of the oldest and least expensive markets in Rome where you can still immerse yourself in Roman life.


中草药和药店


我们建议您到这里 ——一些有历史的老店,如l' Antica Erboristeria Romana 古罗马中草药店,地址:via di Torre Argentina大街, 15号,在十八世纪建立, 保留了古老的木制长椅和大型陶器。在Piazza Santa Maria广场,地址:Via Trastevere 7号,药店Peretti,自1800年以来开始经营;药店Farmacia Pesci ,地址: Fontana di trevi 89号,建立的时间甚至更早,自1500年开始营业。

现在回到我们自己的时代,如果您需要一个顺势疗法的救护,请去Piram 药店,地址:Via Nazionale大街,那是罗马规模最大的一家药店。

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