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Overnight in Rome.

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Overnight in Rome.

Im travelling to Prague this December and my return flight stops over in Rome overnight for 15 hours, arriving at 7pm and departing at 10 am the next day. Would it be worth booking this flight for a night in Rome? What is there to do in those odd hours other than going out partying, which isnt my thing anymore? Any suggestions? Thanks.

Edited: 01 March 2014, 07:34
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1. Re: Overnight in Rome.

Whether it is worth (for you) adding the cost of a hotel to the cost of the flight, only you can know! However, Rome by night is still spectacular. This walk starts at Ottaviano metro station (Vatican) everytrail.com/guide/a-walk-through-rome-by-… and stop 3 is Piazza Navona, where, in December, there will be a Christmas market.

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2. Re: Overnight in Rome.

You have to be at FCO by 7 a.m. for your 10 a.m. flight, this link is from the top right for To and From:


www.venere.com and www.booking.com are 2 sites where you can look for a hotel by location, price and amenities - read the reviews!

The Termini area (train/bus station) is safe and affordable. Central Rome is quite walkable, a map will show you the locations of the Colosseum/Forum, Trevi Fountain and Pantheon, etc.


Edited: 01 March 2014, 11:07
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