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hi. i'm going to rome next week. and i've never been to rome before. what do you do there? cafés, shops, restaurants, markets, clubs? give me your best tips! thnx

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32 comments:

karen said...

Roma er en utrolig fin by som du må glede deg til.

Det er utrolig mange muligheter for historie, shopping og kaffeliv der.

Spansketrappa er utrlig fin.

Utrolig mange fine butikker der som du ikke finner i Norge. Det som gjør shoppingen der spenende.

Gled deg:)

www.karen.ipublish.no

Amanda said...

lucky U!

Jeanne said...

Just know that the most important thing there is that you're gonna work a lot, so wear comfortable shoes, and there are lots of scooters ( des scoots, mais je ne sais pas comment traduire en anglais, aurait il qqn qui pourrait m'aider?)... Well, I don't quite remember, but see the vatican, it's worth it!

Jeanne said...

walk a lot, not work! sorry...

L.J. said...

Roma er flott. Du må bare gå og se alt, Pantheon, den lille elefantstatuen, alle de tingene det står om i turistbøkene, for det er ofte en grunn til at de står der... Hva mer? Veldig fin for å sitte på en benk og mate duer og sånn. :)

Best Friend said...

bare å gå rundt egentlig, det er fordet meste fint overalt, og så bare sette seg på en random cafe når man er sliten fordi alle cafeene er fantastiske!

Best Friend said...

tittellen på dette innlegget var LOL forresten

Lien and Roes said...

luckyluckylucky

Mari said...

Roma er absolutt blant mine favorittbyer. Fantastiske museer, plasser, butikker, kafeer. Gled deg!

Chiara Cavallari said...

Da jeg var i Roma denne sommeren, måtte vi går rundt i jævla 7 timer hveeer dag for å se på historiske ting.. De historiske tingene var jo flotte da! Men jeg fikk veldig fucka føtter etter første dagen :)

Det er jo veldig mange fine butikker der, og små markeder.. Så det er hvertfall noe å anbefale.. Også får du mange blikk fra menn, eheh..

God tur! :)

Chiara

My Greatest Intervention said...

What to do in Rome?

..do as the romans - i.e eat loads of delicious stuff topped with freshly shaved parmigiano reggiano, enjoy an ice cold birra moretti at the local piazza, do the dance on Piazza Navona with a bottiglia vino rosso in your right hand - while simultaneously contemplating the fact that Rome has lots of history, ancient sites and tourist attractions to offer - but unfortunately - lacks the edge and vibes that you remember you found in Bologna and Milano. Ciao e arrivederci.

Steven said...

Hva enn du gjør, ikke brekk beinet. Spesielt når det er taxistreik og ambulansen mener det er en forstuet fot og ikke brukket... ;o)

Super blogg du har.
Om du kunne tenke deg å skrive for Norwegianfashion.no, så sleng oss en melding :)

Anonymous said...

Gå inn i kirka som er øverst ved spansketrappa! da vi var der var det en helt fantstisk liten stille konsert med masse nonner og munker som sang, det var nydelig.

Daria said...

hi!!! ^_^
i actually came accross you blog the other day and saved it to the favorites, sooo cute *_*
and i'm making mine just now lol

anyways
i'm from rome

its raaaining a lot these days but its rally worm during the day
i was in stockholm the other week and when i got off the plane i had to put a shor sleeved t shirt on, i was about to die of the heat

anyways
do all the turstic stuff in the day
go shopping in via del corso and piazza di spagna like everyone

i mean you have to see the places...

if u ant to see some vintage shops or mamybe just something more 'particular' you should go to via del governo vecchio which ur going to be near by when visting piazza navona

then while ur there u should look at the street around campo de fiori

its all really close

some nice cafes there too


in the evening you should go to trastevere, thats where all the 'young' people go... like from 17 to 30


on a saturday night its nice at this place in san giovanni area called 'circolo degli artisti'

anyways if u have any question just ask me anytime ;)

Anonymous said...

why the trip to rome? have fun.

circus em said...

simply love your blog AND your blogname! cute

Anonymous said...

stupid blog. i hate your clothes

nonpareil said...

^
lol at that person.

i've only been to rome once and the only thing i remember is that i visited all of the tourist attractions by feet and in one afternoon. i suggest you do that on your first day, and spend the rest of your trip visiting those other places people have suggested.

Olivia said...

oh I love Rome!
walk everywhere
the galleria bourgesse has some of the most incredible sculpture on earth
drink wine
walk some more
drink some more wine
the vatican is overrated
insalata capresee
"sei gay?" are you gay
"vafancullo" fuck you
"va bene" it's chill, it's okay
"coglione" idiot
more wine
more walking

have fun you lucky girl

Anonymous said...

du må gå på en bare som heter jonathan's angles! den søteste og rareste baren, med det sykeste toalettet.

Næd said...

Oh. Er dette med skolen? Jeg skulle egentlig med kunstklassen denne uken, men vi er så herpa gjeng at jeg orket ikke

saromosh said...

You have sex in rome. Rome is sex.

we still fear catz said...

are you a model?

Anonymous said...

"bon giorne"-it's mean good morning in italian.
so the only think that I can sugest for you is to buy a lot of clothes! I've seen here the lowest prices in
Europe at brands like H&M, Zara and MANGO. and you must taste the
ice-creams.
p.s. sry for my bad english

Anonymous said...

Roma er en kjempefin by - gå mest mulig - det er sånn du opplever byen best, men det er en annen grunn også...du bør for eksempel IKKE ta bussen alene i rush-tiden om det bare er menn på bussen...om du gjør det vil du fort skjønne hvorfor du ikke skulle ha gjort det! Romerske menn har generelt en lav terskel for å antaste jenter/damer. Og pass opp for lommetyver - de er utrolig sneaky!! Når man ser bort fra ekkle menn og frekke lommetyver er Roma helt fantastisk!!:-)

Lucy said...

Rome is such a gReat city, especially for vintage shopping. I second Daria's recommendations. You really should go to Trastevere. There's lots og great restaurants, cafés, vintage shops and stylish italian folks there.

Christanse said...

I'll tell you what you shouldn't do. Don't try and see all the things you "must" see in one short day. It'll be worse than all the hangover-sundays you ever had put together.

Seriously, don't.

matte-tard! said...

Når drar du, Mandag? Hvis jeg ikke ser deg før du drar så god tur, og kjøp en suvenir til meg, pretty plz!

anne marte said...

misunnelig!
alle som har vært der sier du burde spise is på cafe xD men det visste du sikkrt xD

god tur, hvis du ikke har reist xD

Laura said...

Rome is a great city, to be honest: there's not a single place that's not worth visiting. I did extremely like the Fontana di Trevi area, though. Especially lovely in the evenings.

maja casablancas said...

thnx so much for all the tips! im going with my art class and we're leaving wednesday morning.

and ehm.. no, im not a model.

Anonymous said...

ser på de gamle bygningene. dessuten er det minst en suvirnirbutikk pr kvadratmeter. men det er en utrolig fin by, skjekk ut trevi fontenen! :)

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