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Anyone going to Italy v England?
Jamie_shorts (IP Logged)
11 January, 2018 09:41
Hi,
We are travelling to Rome for the 6 nations game in February, and hoping to find out where England fans tend to hang out before and after the game.

Any suggestions and recommendations would be welcome, it’s our first time in Italy so we are completely new to the city!
Thanks!

 
Re: Anyone going to Italy v England?
Kath... (IP Logged)
11 January, 2018 17:23
Hi Jamie just been in contact with a friend in Rome and he says this,..............

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England fans are....everywhere in Rome!

There is going to be an hospitality village close to the stadium, and some pubs close to the stadium are often crowded.

Later I'll check some addresses for you

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so will keep you updated cheers Kath

 
Re: Anyone going to Italy v England?
Jamie_shorts (IP Logged)
11 January, 2018 18:41
Thanks Kath!

That’s really helpful and good to know! Can’t wait!

 
Re: Anyone going to Italy v England?
Tigersfan1 (IP Logged)
12 January, 2018 13:34
We're going! Sounds like the hospitality village may be a good bet.

Many thanks for the info.

 
Re: Anyone going to Italy v England?
Kath... (IP Logged)
12 January, 2018 16:43
Right Paolo has got back to me gain on this, so here is further info.,

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Hi kath...for fans reaching Rome here there are some tips:

I do hope they can prove to be useful...of course here I am if needed!

To reach the Olimpico Stadium fans have many different choices.

The easiest using the public transportation ( slow and crowded usually ) is tram no. 2. It leaves from the PIazzale Flaminio, in the city centre (across the PIazza del Popolo, 5 minutes walking distance from the Spanish Steps to give you an idea) and it takes 10 minutes approx to reach the area near the stadium. From its terminus they simply have to cross the Duca d’Aosta bridge and there they are.

Another choice it may be bus no. 910 leaving from the Termini railway station. It takes more or less 30/40 minutes from there and if the opt for this solution the terminus is right on the other bank of the river from the stadium.

As for the pub best solution should be The Kilmoon at the address 2, Via Tiepolo ( along the line of both the bus and the tram, 15 minutes walking from the stadium...

right outside the venue there should be ( but I could still not find any news about it) a “village” for supporters where to stop and have a drink before and after the match.

I’ll try to find some more news about this too...

just one final recommendation: everywhere - and mainly on crowded areas - always mind the pickpockets!

And have fun!

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Re: Anyone going to Italy v England?
Jamie_shorts (IP Logged)
12 January, 2018 20:39
Wow! Thank you so much for such great info!!

Really appreciate how helpful you have been!

Tigersfan1 - take it you are from Leicester? Us too!!!

Have a fabulous time! :-)

 
Re: Anyone going to Italy v England?
Kath... (IP Logged)
13 January, 2018 16:24
Jamie_shorts & Tigersfan1:

Pleased I could help.


Will you do me a favour if you take a couple of photos of your group in the ground I would love to use them when I do a fans photo page. If you can't it does not matter but if you can that would be tremendous

cheers Kath

 
Re: Anyone going to Italy v England?
Tigersfan1 (IP Logged)
13 January, 2018 22:02
Hi Jamie, yes from Leicester (well spotted!!) Give is a shout if you see us.....we will be the 4 in the white jerseys haha! Thanks, hope you have a great trip too.

Will do Kath and thanks again for the help.

 
Re: Anyone going to Italy v England?
Kath... (IP Logged)
22 January, 2018 17:59
More info., from Paulo

i Kath.
Here enclosed you’ll find a list of 40 museums that can be visited for free in Rome with a ticket for the match on Feb 4...
hope you’ll find it useful for England fan...

Polo Museale del Lazio - Galleria Spada – Roma (piazza Capo di Ferro, 13; ore 8.30 – 1930)

2 - Museo Nazionale degli Strumenti Musicali – Roma (piazza S. Croce in Gerusalemme, 9/A; ore 9-19)

3 - Polo Museale del Lazio - Museo Nazionale del Palazzo di Venezia – Roma (via del Plebiscito, 118; ore 8.30-19.30)

4 - Polo Museale del Lazio - Museo Nazionale di Castel S. Angelo – Roma (lungotevere Castello, 50; ore 9-19.30)

5 - Museo Nazionale Etrusco di Villa Giulia – Roma (piazzale di Villa Giulia, 9; ore 9 -20)

6 – Museo delle Civiltà – Museo Naz.le dell’Alto Medioevo – Roma (viale Lincoln, 3; ore 8 – 19)

7 – Museo delle Civiltà – Museo Arti e Tradizioni popolari “Lamberto Loria” – Roma (piazza G. Marconi, 8; ore 8 – 19)

8 - Museo delle Civiltà - Museo Preistorico ed Etnografico “Luigi Pigorini” – Roma (piazza Guglielmo Marconi, 14; ore 8-19)

9 - Galleria Nazionale d’Arte Antica in Palazzo Barberini – Roma (via delle Quattro Fontane, 13; ore 8.30-19)

10- Galleria Nazionale d’Arte Antica in Palazzo Corsini – Roma (via della Lungara, 10; ore 8.30-19.30)

11 – Museo Naz.le Romano – Palazzo Massimo – Roma (piazza dei Cinquecento, 67; ore 9 – 19.45)

12 – Museo Naz.le Romano – Palazzo Altemps – Roma (piazza Sant’Apollinare, 46; ore 9 – 19.45)

13 – Museo Naz.le Romano – Crypta Balbi – Roma (via delle Botteghe Oscure, 31; ore 9 – 19.45)

14 – Museo Naz.le Romano – Terme di Diocleziano – Roma (via Enrico De Nicola, 79; ore 9 – 19.45)

Di seguito la lista di Musei in Comune che aderisce all’iniziativa :

1- Musei Capitolini

2- Centrale Montemartini

3- Museo dei Fori Imperiali – Mercati di Traiano

4- Museo dell’Ara Pacis

5- Museo di Roma

6- Galleria d’Arte Moderna

7- MACRO

8- Museo di Roma in Trastevere

9- Musei di Villa Torlonia (Casina delle Civette e Casino Nobile)

10-Museo Civico di Zoologia

I seguenti musei comunali sono sempre a ingresso gratuito :

1- Museo di Scultura Antica Giovanni Barracco

2- Museo delle Mura

3- Museo di Casal de’ Pazzi

4- Villa di Massenzio

5- Museo della Repubblica Romana e della memoria garibaldina

6- Museo Napoleonico

7- Museo Carlo Bilotti

8- Museo Pietro Canonica

 
Re: Anyone going to Italy v England?
Tigersfan1 (IP Logged)
22 January, 2018 21:21
Wow, thank you very much again, Kath (and Paulo!)

 
Re: Anyone going to Italy v England?
DrV'sHairyCraic (IP Logged)
31 January, 2018 13:16
That's good list Kath. Our group has a few days to look around (we're off early tomorrow AM)

I know Irish bars on the continent are generally pretty rubbish but I've heard good things about the Scholars Lounge. It's a sports bar and will be showing the other 2 6N games on Sat. Apparently, it's where the Swiss Guard hang out.

 
Re: Anyone going to Italy v England?
Kath... (IP Logged)
31 January, 2018 15:58
DrV'sHairyCraic: Brilliant thank you have a super timesmiling smiley

 
Re: Anyone going to Italy v England?
Tigersfan1 (IP Logged)
31 January, 2018 21:30
We may seek out the Scholars Lounge to watch Saturday’s games!

 
Re: Anyone going to Italy v England?
Jamie_shorts (IP Logged)
01 February, 2018 14:19
Hi there,
We have read that the Abbey Theatre is also really good and also runs transport to and from the stadium! We’re staying quite close to the ground so might not need that, but if we venture that way we will call in.

Hoping to go and watch the Saturday games at Four Green Fields or The Highlander.

Have a great time wherever you go!

Excited to get there now!! 😆😆


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