Day Trip To Pompeii From Rome Essential Travel Tips For Rome

  1. By John
  2. On Oct 15, 2018
  3. Europe
  4. Travel Tips

Schedule your day trip to Pompeii from Rome in this season? To book a guided bus tour to look around is a easy way. Read up on all the famous architecture below of time, so you know where to look for secret details:

Where to Eat in Rome:

“Old Bear was my favorite meal of a 17-day trip in Italy. Highly recommend the cacio e pepe.”—Stephen*

“As soon as we arrived, we went to a sandwich shop right by our hotel, PanDivino. Those sandwiches were incredible and the gentleman who owns/runs it was as kind as could be. This little sandwich shop is the #10 restaurant in the whole of Rome on TripAdvisor, so it’s legit.”—I’ll-think-of-something

“Café et Caffé ended up being my go-to morning coffee place after having a few mediocre places.”—Stephen

“Testaccio [neighborhood] has great food. Really. The most important one is Mordi e Vai. Really. This is the place where you’re going to have the best sandwich you’ll have while in Rome. Really. It’s in Mercato Testaccio. Do not miss out on this.”—brunostrange

“Treat the area between the Spanish Steps and the Trevi Fountain as touristy as Times Square, and don’t eat anywhere in that space if you can. Also goes for the aisle of eats near the Colosseum. Just garbage. Instead, seek out the Osteria della Fortunata and have their oxtail. Oh so good.”—palehorsevictoria

“Knick Knack Yoda makes really great burgers.”—cheesel

“For good food, head south of Circus Maximus and the Pyramide. Garbatella is a beautiful neighborhood worth walking around and far enough away from the tourist traps that picking a bad restaurant is nearly impossible.”—neededaname

“When looking for restaurants, creep down alley ways (haha, JK those aren’t alley ways, they’re two way streets! Don’t drive in Italy) and look for little 5 or 6 table restaurants, the little off the beaten path Trattorias and Enotecas were our best meals.”—IthinkHamNoblockedme.