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Explora, Rome
(3.6/5 based on 360+ reviews on the web)
Your kids will love the educational experience at Explora, a children’s museum with many interactive displays on science, communications, the environment, and more. The exhibits examine a wide variety of subjects, such as ATM machines, shopping centers, and fire engines. Information is offered in both Italian and English. Book your visit ahead of time, especially if you go on the weekends. With our world travel planner, Rome attractions like Explora can be center stage of your vacation plans, and you can find out about other attractions like it, unlike it, near it, and miles away.
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  • We had dinner by the real "da Michele" in Naples a month ago so we decided to try, full of expectations, the new opening Romana. Essential local, less Spartan pizzeria napoletana. Margherita pizza with double mozzarella decent, better than the Marinara (only 2 in the original pizzas in Naples) but nothing to do with the dough pizzeria Napoletana where texture and goodness of dough are unsurpassed ... So good pizza but average according to Romans. Finally of course prices are not those of Napoli...ma average x prices in Rome. Finally as you cannot reserve the location of Naples x so if there is a better tail move on anticipation ... not worth the throat. I Mean Ni!
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  • The restaurant is recommended for those who want to try authentic Neapolitan pizza! tastes great! To understand the type of local use the adjective "basic", this is for furniture and for the menu (composed of few voices: restricted type of croquette-fried crumbed or no, very few types of pizza. basically Daisy, sweets). The place is clean. The staff is friendly. I gave it 4 stars and not 5 is for the menu "ristretto" and because it is not possible to book you have to go first, take a number and wait to be called (in my opinion procedure a pricier). I would like to point out that once seated the service is fast. The costs are average. a margarita pizza costs 7.50, 9 euros if you want to "giant". Point out, finally, that the restaurant is located near piazzale flaminio/piazza del popolo, whereby you can after dinner stroll the streets of old town.
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  • We arrive in two, while waiting for a table read the menu of pizza and there are only 4 and I say 4 types of pizzas. Before entering, I ask for sincere curiosity the Manager if they were only those pizzas they served; He answers me with rude tone: "You are just those and there are already many", as if to say if you don't like it go somewhere else. Anyway we settle, and we take an appetizer of 9 € that was just a pizza fritta (given the size) to a take away. Known then with some disgust that the waiter brings us the dishes do not know leaky sa, taken from a table in plain sight by our customers, with cutlery and dirty dishes. Pointed out this appalling figure the waiter, the latter is preparing to serve the dishes clean. We order 2 daisies with double mozzarella (€ 9.5), grosse sticking out of the pot, but the sad thing, beyond the price, is that 1 comes with the double mozzarella and the other not. I didn't want to do anything but sveltirmi to eat and walk away. We pay on behalf of 32 €. The two dots I put these qualitatively good pizza, a pizzeria isn't just good pizza, but also the professionalism and courtesy of staff, which I honestly have not found. I APOLOGIZE TO MY READERS FOR BEING LONG-WINDED, BUT I HOPE THAT BY EXPLAINING MY EXPERIENCE, MY REVIEW MIGHT BE USEFUL.
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  • I like the idea of what they are trying to achieve but they should consider renovating. A lot of interactive elements are broken or simply gross from lack of maintenance or cleaning. They didn't hand out bracelets with codes so some exhibits were unavailable. Staff was merely there to check the tickets at the entrance.
  • Great place for kids. Keep in mind that you pay for adults also and that your time is limited to 1.75 hour windows. There is a nice little playground that you can play in for free while waiting to go inside.
  • Ok activities but not exceptional. Very noisy. Staff not the most helpful
  • If you see before of Explora other kind of similar museums like in Paris, France, or in Milano, Italy, you don't like this. There are only some things to do and not very much interesting also for children with an adult that explicate everything. Outside is very abandoned itself, if you must enter in the turn immediately after. Too many long the waiting time between turns.
  • Great place for kids