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Roma, città eterna / Rome, ville éternelle

Picture by Laura LIPPI – http://www.flickr.com/photos/lauralippi/

Quando si hanno solo pochi giorni da trascorrere in questa città grandiosa (senza dubbio la più bella del mondo) non ci si puo’ assolutamente permettere di andare a zonzo, rischiando di perdere del tempo prezioso : qui ogni attimo conta! Infatti ogni angolo é di per sé un monumento.

Allora come fare per andare all’essenziale, per essere sicuri di aver visto (e fatto) le cose da non perdere?

A rispondere ci pensano due mie amiche, Laura e… Laura, entrambe romane « De’ Roma » ed appassionate conoscitrici della loro città.

Le due Laurette mi hanno rivelato le migliori dritte, che io vi svelo qui:

Quand on ne dispose que de quelques jours pour visiter cette ville grandiose (sans doute la plus belle du monde) on ne peut absolument pas se permettre d’aller au hasard, au risque de perdre du temps précieux  : ici chaque instant compte! Car chaque coin de rue est en soi un monument.

Alors comment faire pour aller à l’essentiel, pour être sûrs d’avoir vu (et fait) ce qui est incontournable?

A rispondere ci pensano due mie amiche, Laura e… Laura, entrambe romane « De’ Roma » ed appassionate conoscitrici dei segreti della loro città.

La réponse à deux de mes copines, Laura et… Laura, toutes deux romaines « Dé Roma » (Originaires de Rome, selon le dialecte local), passionnées et connaisseuse des secrets de leur ville.

Les deux cop’s m’ont révélé les meilleurs tuyaux, que je vous dévoile ici :

Dove alloggiare / Où loger

Hôtel Villa Urbani, villino familiare dei primi ‘900 interamente restaurato ed adibito in parte a Bed & Breakfast di charme.

Dalla decorazione e dal confort gradevoli, l’hôtel é anche vicino al centro città ed al contempo situato in un quartiere calmo.

Raccomandato da una delle mie amiche francesi che vi ha soggiornato conservandone un bellissimo ricordo.

http://www.villaurbani.it/dovesiamo.asp

Hôtel Villa Urbani, petite villa familiale du premier ‘900 entièrement restaurée et aménagée en partie en tant que chambre d’Hôtes  de charme. A’ la déco et au confort agréables, il est également proche du centre ville tout en étant situé dans un quartier calme.

Recommandé par une de mes amies françaises qui y  a séjourné et en a gardé un très bon souvenir.

Cosa vedere assolutamente / A’ voir absolument :


Marché aux puces du dimanche matin


Mangiare a Roma / Manger à Rome :


Pizzerie  a Trastevere (quelle storiche) / Le pizzerias historiques
Su viale Trastevere, poco lontano da Ponte Garibaldi: la pizzeria " Ai Marmi" detta "l'Obitorio" , per i tavoli di marmo appunto!!!! Da non perdere!
Sur le Viale Trastevere, pas loin de Porta Garbaldi : pizzeria "Ai Marmi" également appelée "la morgue", pour ses tables en marbre!!! 
Vicino piazza S Maria in Trastevere: pizzeria da IVO Près de S. maria in Trastevere : Pizzeria da Ivo 
Cucina romana ed internazionale , vini ottima selezione Cuisine romaine et internationale, excellente sélection de vins: Cul de Sac a Piazza Pasquino
Vicino a Piazza Navona é pieno di localini, pizzerie, ristorantini etc...... ( zona tra Piazza Navona e Campo de' Fiori)
Près de Piazza Navona il y a plein de petits endroits, pizzerias, restaurants etc... (zone entre Piazza Navona et Campo de' Fiori) 
A Campo de Fiori panificio con pizza bianca eccezionale; anche qui localini per aperitivo etc... ( vicino Ambasciata Francese, piazza Farnese)
A Campo de' Fiori il y a une boulangerie qui fait une pizza blanche exceptionnelle; ici aussi plein de petits endroits pour l'apéro etc... (zone Ambassade de France, Place Farnese) 
Intorno via dei Banchi Vecchi e Nuovi, tra Piazza Navona e Campo de Fiori ( la Carbonara)  tanti posti per tutti i gusti!
Autour de la via Banchi Vecchi e Nuovi, entre Piazza Navona et Campo de' Fiori (la Carbonara) plein d'endroits pour tous les goûts! 
Poi "Dar pallaro" a piazza del Pallaro vicino a piazza Navona sempre; cucina romana a 25 € pezzo fisso ma devi mangiare quello che ti portano! Simpatico!
Ensuite "Dar Pallaro" sur la Piazza del Pallaro, toujours près de Piazza Navona; cuisine romaine à 25€ prix fixe,mais il faut manger ce qu'on vous apporte! Sympathique! E ancora.... 
CACIO E PEPE, Via Giuseppe Avezzana 11, 00195 Roma
PIZZARè, Piazza Augusto Imperatore 36, 00186 Roma
TERNO SECCO, Via Andrea Doria, 16, 00192 Roma
Poi ... gelato da Giolitti vicino al Parlamento e caffé alla Tazza d'Oro vicino al Pantheon....
Ensuite ... les glaces chez "Giolitti", près du Parlement; café chez "La tazza d'oro", près du Panthéon... 
L'importante é di leggere i prezzi sempre prima di ordinare!!!!!!
Important : Toujours lire les tarifs avant de commander!!!  Shopping a Roma / Shopping à Rome

Mercati / Marchés

Piazza Porta Portese
E' il più grande mercato di Roma, vicino al centro.
Si svolge ogni domenica mattina e si protrae fino alle 14;
é molto grande ed affollato. Attenzione ai borseggiatori!!

C’est le plus grand des marchés de Rome, proche du centre.
Il se tient tous les dimanches matins – jusqu’à 14h;
Il est très grand et il rassemble la foule :
attention aux pick-pockets!

Strade Commerciali / Rues commerçantes

Via del Corso, (tra la Piazza Venezia e la Piazza del Popolo),
attorno alla Piazza di Spagna : Abiti, scarpe, negozi alla moda.

Via del Corso (entre la Piazza Venezia et la Piazza del Popolo),

autour de la Piazza di Spagna :
Vêtements, chaussures, boutiques à la mode. 

I negozi di lusso si trovano maggiormente
in zona Piazza di Spagna e Via Condotti;
sono presenti insegne quali Armani, Gucci, Versace…Les magasins de luxe se situent pour la plupartà proximité de la Place d’Espagne et de la Via Condotti,avec des enseignes telles que Armani, Gucci, Versace …Sulla Via del Corso si trovano numerosi negozi
per tutti i gusti e per tutte le tasche.

De nombreuses boutiques, pour tous les goûts

et pour toutes les bourses, sont installées sur la Via del Corso.

Da non perdere anche Via Appia Nuova, oltre il muro di Aurelio,
dopo la Basilica di San Giovanni Laterano.

Ne pas oublier Via Appia Nuova, au delà des murs d’Aurélien,
après la basilique Saint-Jean du Latran.

Muoversi a Roma / Bouger dans Rome

Per spostarsi rapidamente ed usufruire di agevolazioni
dedicate ai turisti esiste il Roma Pass, una carta che permette
di avere accesso a tutti i trasporti pubblici e di
beneficiare di offerte speciali, sconti ed agevolazioni
durante le visite ai monumenti.

Pour bouger rapidement, tout en beneficiant d’offres spéciales
dédiées aux touristes il existe une carte, appelée Roma Pass,
qui permet un accès illimité à tous les moyens de transport
en commun et des réductions et coupe-file lors des visites
aux monuments.

Una buona vacanza …. nella città più bella del mondo!!!!!!!! Passez de bonnes vacances … Dans la plus belle ville du monde!!! … si vous voulez retrouver sur votre table les saveurs de la cuisine romaine ou en savoir plus, tout en révisant votre italien : https://aeditalia.wordpress.com/2011/02/21/gastronomia-romana-gastronomie-romaine/

ROME FOR OUR ENGLISH SPEAKING VISITORS:

The Colosseum
Once the largest amphitheatre of the Empire, where gladiators, criminals and lions alike fought for their lives, the Colosseum is an absolute must for any tour of Rome, despite crowds and cheap costumes…

Roman Forum
One of the most famous places to visit in Rome, the Forum was the centre of Roman life. Today it lacks its former grandeur and needs a bit of imagination to really get the idea – until the oft-touted Roman theme park is built of course – but it does have loads to see. There are free tours you can join and these are worthwhile.

St Peter’s Basilica
There aren’t many people who come to Rome without visiting St Peter’s Basilica – it is one of the first things people tell you if you ask them what to see in Rome. The church itself is magnificent and inside you can view a wealth of historical art as well as the tombs of many Popes.

Vatican Museums
You can’t come to Rome without visiting the Vatican Museums which are rightfully placed among the top sights in Rome. From frescoes by Raphael and the sarcophagus of the Junius Bassus to the famed Sistine Chapel, they house a comprehensive collection of artwork and historical pieces from throughout history.

Castel Sant Angelo
Originally the tomb of the Emperor Hadrian, Castel Sant Angelo looms large over the Tiber making it one of the most striking sites to see in Rome. Today, it is home to a museum as well as the remains of the Emperor’s Mausoleum, medieval prison cells and the papal apartments.

Monument to Victor Emmanuel II
While loads of people walk past this as they wander around the Forum, few tourists take the time to consider the Monument to Victor Emmanuel II when deciding what to see in Rome. This huge monument in fact celebrates the first king to rule a unified Italy and is pretty darn impressive.

Pantheon
One of the best-preserved ancient buildings in the world. Though definitely one for your list of places to visit in Rome, the truth is that it doesn’t really take all that long and you have to remind yourself that you’re looking at a 2,000 year-old building to really understand the magnificence of what you’re viewing.

Pyramid of Cestius
The Pyramid of Cestius is cool. A mini pyramid just sitting in Italy’s capital, where it really has no right to be. You have to give it to Gaius Cestius, who wasn’t one of Rome’s leading lights by any stretch, yet he will be remembered. Doesn’t take long to see but a great site and among the lesser known places to visit in Rome.

St Sebastian Catacombs
Some of the earliest of the Christian catacombs in Rome, the Saint Sebastian Catacombs are another great example of this type of early burial site. Creepy but fun, it’s certainly worth a look if you haven’t seen any other catacombs on your trip to Rome.

The Spanish Steps
The Spanish Steps (Scalinata della Trinità dei Monti) are one of Rome’s most popular tourist attractions.
A grand staircase with 138 steps leading down to the Piazza di Spagna, the Spanish Steps were designed in the 1720s by Francesco de Sanctis, an Italian architect, and completed in 1726.
They were called the Spanish Steps after the Spanish Embassy to the Holy See, then located nearby. A popular spot since the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries, today this beautiful staircase is always buzzing with tourists and leads to Rome’s most upmarket shopping area.

The Trevi Fountain
The largest and most iconic fountain in the city, the Trevi Fountain is one of Rome’s top tourist attractions. Resplendent with murals of fables and myths, the fountain attracts thousands of tourists, all keen to throw their coins into its waters…

Palatine Hill
The Palatine Hill was the Primrose Hill of its day – where all those who wanted to see and be seen had a pad. Today it’s among the most visited of Rome’s tourist attractions and houses some of the city’s most impressive ancient sites. Don’t miss the small museum and the houses of Augustus and Livia.

Catacombs of San Callisto
Eerie, creepy yet fascinating at the same time, Rome plays host to a number of tucked-away Christian catacombs. The largest crypt belongs to that of San Callisto, which holds half a million bodies and offers tourist a glimpse of the macabre. When considering what to see in Rome, this is certainly one for your left-field list.

Via Appia Antica
If all roads lead to Rome then this was the ancient world’s biggest superhighway and is a key entry on any list of what to see in Rome. Not only was it Rome’s most prominent artery, it was also the burial place of choice for many of Rome’s citizens and today you can see a host of tombs and public buildings.

Hadrian’s Villa
The private residence of one of Rome’s most famous Emperors, it turns out he liked building villas as well as walls. Nowadays the remains of Hadrian’s Villa are a bit of a trek and may not often feature among the top places to visit in Rome. But if you put in the effort, you won’t be disappointed.

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