Europe Forums

Post New Topic

Recent Activity

View all Europe activity »
  1. 1 Berlin bans Airbnb apartment letting
  2. 2 Wanted: Clever Travel Tips!
  3. 3 What clothes?
  4. 4 Parc Clichy-Batignolles - Martin Luther King, Tours?
  5. 5 Amsterdam hotel with a canal view
  6. 6 April in Paris...with a Side of Bordeaux
  7. 7 Budget friendly restaurants in Rome
  8. 8 Edinburgh Conference Centre, Riccarton -- nearby hotels?
  9. 9 Question about Hostels in Europe during the summer
  10. 10 Italy June 2016 - Attire?
  11. 11 Shopping in Paris
  12. 12 Dusseldorf to Mainz (or somewhere in-between)
  13. 13 Help with London accomodation - totally confused now.
  14. 14 Regensburg then the mountains - Garmish-Partenkirchen this time?
  15. 15 Trip Report So glad we went to Greece (and London always)
  16. 16 Illegal vacation apts. in Paris
  17. 17 Car rental in Caen?
  18. 18 Cochinillo in Segovia
  19. 19 Have You Ever Been Robbed in Europe?
  20. 20 Uber in Paris: OK now ?
  21. 21 transatlantic cruise from barcelona
  22. 22 Teens in Paris..what to wear
  23. 23 Trip Report Springtime in Luzern (& Rigi, Basel, Zofingen, Rapperswil...)
  24. 24 Trip Report One week in Sicily - Taormina, Ortigia, Agrigento & Palermo
  25. 25 Stop between Munich and Cochem (long train ride)
View next 25 » Back to the top

Day Trips from Rome?

Jump to last reply

I'm contemplating a trip to Rome towards the end of April - possibly 7-10 days on the ground. I'm wondering if anyone can suggest day trips from Rome? I don't particularly feel like packing up and changing hotels. I have been several times before (My most recent trip was Venice/Florence/Rome), but may be travelling with a cousin who has never been to Europe (which is the reason I'm asking the question - on my own I would just wing it).

I am looking at train travel.

The obvious places are north to Florence and Sienna (I will go to Florence regardless as it's my favourite city), south to Naples and Pompeii - that is at least the radius that I would like to stay within - ie no more than 2 hours in either direction.

I'm wondering if there are smaller towns in between that might be interesting - either for views, history or food. I would not be taking a trip everyday, but perhaps 2 or 3 over the span of the trip. Museums are not a huge priority, as there are plenty to see in both Rome and Florence.

Any suggestions or ideas would be greatly appreciated.

14 Replies |Back to top

Sign in to comment.

Advertisement