how to arrive in Rome at QuodLibet bed and breakfast

New Mobility in Rome

Car, scooter and bike sharing in Rome is flourishing in this period after the coronavirus lock down. It is a new opportunity of transportation even for tourists. Electric scooters, electric bikes, and cars. Mobility is not anymore a problem but, if you are a tourist, consider well where is your departing point. Even if there … Continue reading New Mobility in Rome

Plan your trip to Rome

Zoom sessions for travelers to Rome

Are you planning a trip to Rome? Still not sure about when, where, how long, what to plan in advance, what to leave for last-minute decisions, what to do in the city and around the city, and how to plan your broader trip in Italy? We are here, happy to help from our insider point … Continue reading Zoom sessions for travelers to Rome

Borghese Gallery a few minutes from QuodLibet bed and breakfast in Rome

Sights to book in Advance in Rome

From the Coliseum to the Domus Aurea, together with the Borghese Gallery There are a couple of must to be seen sights of interest in Rome that should be booked in advance: some of them because the reservation is mandatory, some of them because they are extremely busy (some sort of bottle necks of the … Continue reading Sights to book in Advance in Rome

Barcaccia Fountain just 10 minutes from QuodLibet bed and breakfast

Water of Rome – From Trevi to the “Nasoni” – An interesting surprise

Maybe not everybody knows that Rome has a very efficient system of running fresh water that the city inherited from the ancient Romans. The Roman aqueducts are still one of the marvels the ancient Romans have left, not only in Rome but also in many other regions of what once was the Roman Empire. What … Continue reading Water of Rome – From Trevi to the “Nasoni” – An interesting surprise

Tram 19 Rome

Rome Tram 19 – “A Streetcar Named Desire”

I Don't know why every time I see this Tram in Rome, the tram 19, I find it so fascinating. The reason is not clear to me at all. They are old (this Model of Tram called "Stanga", started to work in 1947), slow - sometimes with my bike I'm faster - and definitely not … Continue reading Rome Tram 19 – “A Streetcar Named Desire”

Terrace at QuodLibet bed and breakfast Rome

Autumn Colors in Rome

From Yellow, to orange, red, the leaves in Rome Rome is a city with imposing Plane Trees which surround the streets along the Tiber, and few streets with buildings from the late 19th century. Via Barletta, where Quodlibet bed and breakfast is located is one of those: this time of the year (from Mid October … Continue reading Autumn Colors in Rome

Rainy day in Rome at QuodLibet bed and breakfast

Rainy day in Rome

This morning was the beginning of another rainy day of this very rainy November in Rome. We were in our water and wind proof terrace, waiting for our guests to come to have their breakfast. A bit later today since the atmosphere outside was inviting to stay a bit longer in bed. A cozy atmosphere … Continue reading Rainy day in Rome

Autumn atmosphere out of the terrace at QuodLibet

Autumn in Rome

Rome is one of the greenest cities in Europe, and from the end of October its colors start to change to the brown, orange and yellow of the autumn leaves. The stunning Plane Trees which surrounds the Tiber and a few streets of the city centre (including Via Barletta where QuodLibet bed and breakfast is … Continue reading Autumn in Rome

Piazza del Popolo 5 minutes away from QuodLibet Bed and breakfast

How to tip in Rome

TIPPING POLICY IN ROME  Tipping in Rome is not a must. In the restaurants waiters are not expecting you to tip, and, in case you want to tip, you do it in cash leaving something (usually the non written rule is something between the 5 and 10 %) on the table when you leave. You … Continue reading How to tip in Rome

How to arrive at QuodLibet bed and breakfast Rome

Public transportation tickets in Rome

From our location buying daily or weekly passes is not a good idea Public transportation in Rome is quite cheap. The whole system is run by a public company called ATAC, and it is working for Metro (Subway), Buses and Trams. So the ticket is unique for all the transportation (even metropolitan trains connecting the … Continue reading Public transportation tickets in Rome