So Guys, here I'll show you how I could manage my low-budget holiday in Rome for 8 days.
Destination: Roma - Lazio - Italy and Vatican.
My Journey was started in 09.07.2013 and ended in 16.07.2013
The most important thing to know which stuffes have to bring in our holiday is we should know about the local weather Forecast between a week. and It was 19 -29 Grad Celcius in Rome.
So I just prepared my summer clothes which are comfortable to use.
I take a few bucks from my bank accounts as Budget in amounts 250 € and it will be used to :
- flight ticket for round trip : 55,06 €
- Hostel in 6 days : 96,67 €
- tourist tax in 6 days : 12 €
- the rest budget : 86,27 in 8 days =>
so it means, I just could spend my money only 10,78 € a day.
Talking about my important traveling Stuffes :
I was bringing my Camera DSLR ( 2 Batteries, 2 Memory card ), Tripod, spagheti from Lidl, biskuitss, laptop, etc.
For me personally, The Journey will be exciting if I do some Missions that I have to accomplish
So, here they are my Travelling Missions :
- To get nice story to my Blog, getting the actuall infos that I got some online sources and then I rewrite on my Blog, visiting all of planed spots, getting picts from listed spots, get to know with local people, and get to know the ad/disadvantages of traveling to Rome.
Before I go to travel, I usually search much more infos about the Cities that I will visit it. getting more Infos can make my Holidays to be effective.
If you guys are Smartphone user, so You have to instal Tripadvisor to find more infos about best restaurant with low-budgeted foods, beautiful places with best rating from other tourists,best Hostel, etc.
- Packing Tips :
- Men have to wear long trousers, not shorts. This is the Regulation applied to most churches in Rome.
- Bring your Umbrella or Bring your best summer hat and weather-proof shoes
- Bring shampoo, conditioner, moisturizer with sun screen instead of large bottles in 100mls.
- Foot deodorant to minimize bad aroma from your foot or it can keep your foot dry and more comfortable.
- How to Get there by Plane :
- The other airport, Ciampino Airport, is the airport which budget airlines use like Ryanair.
A bus service connects it to Termini Station. One-way journeys cost €6 with Terravision Bus.
- How to Get around The City of Rome:
Most of the city's premier attractions within close proximity.
- By metro: Metro or Ubahn in Rome is more comfortable than UBahn in Germany. I amaze with its interior design. Rome's metro comprises of just two lines, although some stops are in particularly convenient locations, particularly in the Vatican.
- Rome use the Time Zone of Central European Time (GMT+1), so it's like in Germany literaly
- The Ellectricity : 220 Volts AC/50Hz. With 2-pin plug. it's same with Germany
- Because Rome belongs to EU, so they also use Euro as their Currency